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Supreme Court tie is victory for a lawyer in will dispute

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ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-06-21 21:04:38

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.

MY NORTH.COM - 2018-06-20 20:24:18

Hole in One: 06/21/2018

Oregon State 14, Washington 5, Washington eliminated

TRAVERSE CITY RECORD-EAGLE - 2018-06-21 14:27:56

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

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Tunnel, trench offer options for replacing oil pipeline between Lake Huron and Michigan

© Dale G Young/The Detroit News via APFresh nuts, bolts and fittings are ready to be added to the east leg of the pipeline near St. Ignace, Mich., as Enbridge prepares to test the east and west sides of the Line 5 pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac in Mackinaw City, Mich.

MSN.COM - 2018-06-21 13:10:25

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 ...

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Harbor Springs…Now and Then

My world was rocked last week and not in a good way. The Friday before Memorial Day, I took Oskar (my oldest dog, the black one) to see Dr. Zehnder because he just didn’t look “right” to me and he was clumsier than usual. I say more than usual becaus...

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Open house at Friendship Center of Harbor Springs June 23

The Friendship Center of Harbor Springs will be holding an Open House on Saturday, June 23, from 11am-2pm. There will complimentary hot dogs and brats, door prize and silent auction with entertainment by Brad Hersey. The Friendship Center is located ...

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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

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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

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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)

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Masonic Lodge ‘Breakfast in the Park’ fundraiser June 24

The Harbor Springs Masonic Lodge will be holding its first annual fundraiser, “Breakfast in the Park” beginning on Sunday, June 24, 2018 at Tourist Park at the top of East Hill. The purpose for the fundraiser is to help fund scholarships and communit...

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Council moves forward on TIF plan for downtown

Harbor Springs City Council has set a July 16 public hearing for the Downtown Development Authority’s TIF (Tax Increment Financing) plan. This is the final step required for the DDA to continue capturing TIF funds.A tax increment is the difference b...Pleasesubscribe to the Harbor Light Newsor login

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Caregiver accused of stealing from 91-year-old woman

Christina Lynn Long, 42, was arraigned Thursday, June 14, for embezzlement from a vulnerable adult -- a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

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Police searching for two people in Buckley area after incident in Petoskey

BUCKLEY — Police are in the process of attempting to located two people believed to be involved in an incident in Petoskey last week.Sgt. Eric Sumpter, with the Michigan State Police Cadillac Post, said they discovered a purse inside a car parked in Buckley belonging to a woman wanted in connection

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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."

TRAVERSE CITY RECORD-EAGLE

Village of Mancelona receives $35K grant to help with economic comeback

ANTRIM COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- The Mancelona Communtiy Resource Development (CRD) organization has received a grant of more than $30,000 to help spark economic comeback in the Village of Mancelona.

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Another Revolutionary War-era knife unearthed at Fort Michilimackinac

The 7-inch case knife blade with a broken handle was found during the excavation of the root cellar in House E of the Southeast Rowhouse on Wednesday, June 13. Dr. Lynn Evans, curator of archaeology, estimates the knife dates to the British occupation of the fort between 1760 and 1770.

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Another positive step for Straits, but still not enough

Three northern Michigan legislators, including our State Rep. Sue Allor of Wolverine, have introduced new legislation to protect the environmentally sensitive area.

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Report: Tunnel, trench offer options for replacing pipeline

FILE - In this June 8, 2017, file photo, fresh nuts, bolts and fittings are ready to be added to the east leg of the pipeline near St. Ignace, Mich., as Enbridge prepares to test the east and west sides of the Line 5 pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac in Mackinaw City, Mich. The 65-year-old pipe

HURON DAILY TRIBUNE