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Hole in One: 06/21/2018
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Teen airlifted after Fife Lake crash
FIFE LAKE — Emergency personnel airlifted a teen to a Grand Rapids hospital following a two-vehicle crash.Grand Traverse County sheriff’s deputies reported to the crash at about 1:28 p.m. Wednesday. Sheriff’s Capt. Randy Fewless said a 16-year-old Grawn girl was airlifted to Helen DeVos Children's H
Traverse City couple arrested on multiple drug charges
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- A multi-week investigation ended with a Traverse City couple being arrested on multiple drug charges.
Police: Man demands alcohol, threatens with airsoft gun
A 19-year-old Grand Rapids man and a woman arrived at an East Front Street home early Wednesday morning. The man demanded the homeowner give him alcohol, but the homeowner refused, said Traverse City police Lt. Stephen Drzewiecki. The man proceeded to pull a red airsoft gun from his waistband and po
Kalkaska County murder trial begins
Record-Eagle/Tessa LightyThe trial of Brian Degroot, accused of torturing and murdering his father-in-law, began in Kalkaska on Tuesday.Record-Eagle/Tessa Lighty
Man accused of stealing nearly 100 packages gets probation
Authorities say an investigation found Hicks diverted packages to his home containing about $8,000 in merchandise, including speakers, headphones, computers and a drone.
Couple found dead in Michigan swamp died of hypothermia
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Crowds gather in Traverse City to protest separation of families
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- Before President Trump signed the executive order, activists planned a vigil and march to protest the practice of separating children and their families. Despite the executive order, a large crowd still came out. Those in attendance say there’s still a lot
Elderly woman with dementia missing from Antrim County home
ANTRIM COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- An elderly woman is missing from the Kewadin area and deputies are asking for help finding her.
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Booze leads to pair of weekend arrests
Two men were arrested in the county following separate incidents involving alcohol over the weekend. Shortly before 2 p.m. Sunday, deputies responded to the Suttons Bay Beach on South Shore Drive in reference to a dispute among parties there. Deputies observed as vehicle leaving that area which the
Charlevoix Lodge Changes Ownership, Plans Beautiful Remodel for 60th Anniversary - MyNorth.com
A local, well-known landmark inCharlevoix, commonly known as The Lodge, has changed ownership and name. In tribute to Charlevoix’s own master builder,Earl Young, the hotel will be renamedHotel Earl.
Down Range Radio #575: Bowling Pin Shooting Reincarnated
This week, Michael Bane winds up the tremendously fun Pin Shoot in Central lake, MI, the reincarnation of the legendary Second Chance Bowling Pin Shoot.
Back to the Bay…
It’s beginning to look a lot like summer in Harbor Springs, as boats return to the harbor and the familiar and calming sight of sails dot the horizon. (Harbor Light photos by Charles O’Neill and Mark Flemming) ...Pleasesubscribe to the Harbor Light Newsor login to continue to enjoy reading your loca
Harbor Springs…Now and Then
I’m not certain what is going on, I feel like I have had Spring Fever for months now; concentrating is not high on my list of accomplishments, nor is sleeping and I know that I am not alone in this. When I sat down to write this week, I found a milli...
Petoskey Audubon Hosts ‘Swift Night Out’ June 20
Join Petoskey Audubon members on Wednesday evening, and observe Chimney Swifts return to their roost at the J.C. Penny’s Chimney at sunset. The public is invited to this free event. Bring a lawn chair to the park next to the Chamber of Commerce at 40...Pleasesubscribe to the Harbor Light Newsor logi
Gaylord St. Mary bows out in semis
"The focus was still there, but we didn't score and they did," St. Mary coach Matt Nowicki said. "It was a missed opportunity. You can't do that. Baseball people know that. A game like that you can say right here, right here and right here were our opportunities."
School athletic field work stopped on city property
The City of Harbor Springs has stopped a section of the Harbor Springs Public Schools construction work at Reynolds Field. The district’s contractors were cutting down trees on city property in preparation for a storage building, but the school distr...Pleasesubscribe to the Harbor Light Newsor logi
Where there’s smoke…
Harbor Springs City Council members approved the language of a proposed outdoor burning ordinance during their meeting Monday, June 18.The outdoor burning ordinance has been a topic of discussion for several months now, following some concerns last ...
Schooner replica Madeline to visit Harbor Springs Municipal Marina June 26-27
The Harbor Springs Area Historical Society is welcoming the replica schooner, Madeline, to the docks of the Harbor Springs City Marina in celebration of the annual Blessing of the Fleet event that takes place in the harbor. Free tours of the schooner will take place on June 26-27. (Courtesy photo)