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Own a massive boathouse in Charlevoix on Round Lake for $6.8 million
CHARLEVOIX, Mich. (WXYZ) - If you've ever wanted to own a boathouse up north, now is your change. A massive boathouse, at more than 10,000-square-feet, has hit the market on Round Lake in Charlevoix.
This $6.8M Charlevoix estate has insane boathouse, lakefront views
The 10,437-square-foot estate spans three stories and features five bedrooms, a nanny suite, seven full baths and four half baths.Brad Rellinger, Harbor Sotheby’s International RealtyFullscreen
Burt Lake Boat Launch will Close Temporarily for Construction
The project is expected to take roughly five weeks, with an anticipated completion date of Monday, October 15th.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR – PirateFest a success |
I have peddled the idea of a pirate festival to chambers of commerce, downtown committees, and resorts from Mackinaw to Traverse.
United Methodist Community in Northern Michigan Votes to Allow Non-Christians to Own Homes
The Bay View Association of the United Methodist Church is a community of cottages, lodgings, and multi-purpose buildings situated just northeast of Petoskey, Michigan.(PHOTO: BAY VIEW ASSOCIATION)
Acrhaeologists find more signs of the past at Colonial Michilimackinac
MACKINAW CITY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- Archaeologists are continuing to dig up signs of the past at a historic marker in northern Michigan.
Deputies search for owner of money found near Cheese Shanty
LEELANAU COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- Leelanau County sheriff's deputies are looking for the owner of a sum of money that was found over the weekend.Investigators said the money was found outside near the Cheese Shanty in Leland around 4:30 p.m. Sunday.If you think this money may be yours or know w
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Photo of the Day: The SUP Crowd on West Bay - Old Mission Gazette
Today’s Photo of the Day is courtesy of this group of Stand Up Paddleboarders (SUP) on West Bay. I’m not sure where they were headed, but they were out there a ways, on the south end of Power Island. I counted more than a dozen folks paddling happily into the sunset.
Enter to win a Grand Hotel stay on Mackinac Island in September 2018
The winner will receive an overnight stay for two people on Sept. 30. The sweepstakes also includes a five-course dinner and breakfast, free golf greens (cart fees not included), admission to Fort Mackinac, admission to the Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, 25 percent off lunch at any
Getting creative at Ardis-Missaukee District Library
The children who attended the Painting Rocks class at the Ardis-Missaukee Library in Lake City on July 26 had the opportunity to put the brush strokes to the rock using different colors and create their own masterpiece. Artist Marionette Kubicz of Mancelona guided the children in the class and helpe
Bellaire making a push towards athleticism in upcoming season
ANTRIM COUNTY -- The Bellaire Eagles are viewed as pioneers in the 8-man football division and now they're excited to see some old rivals jump back on their schedule.The Eagles will shift from the Bridge Alliance conference to the Midwest Central Michigan's West Division. The new league will give th
City Band hits a high note at 100 years of music
Today’s band is an interesting blend of young and old. Yet, whether a member has been playing an instrument for 25 years or just 25 months, it matters not. When you put the two together in a band setting, the music from each instrument blends together in a beautiful sound that Alpena residents have
Kalkaska enters Bigby era of the program
KALKASKA -- The Kalkaska Blazers will have a different man making the play calls on the sidelines this year.Josh Bigby will be taking over the reigns from longtime head coach Jeremy Wilkinson beginning this fall. Bigby comes from Oklahoma but he's had experience coaching in the state before as an as
Lakeshore access remains issue despite Indiana ruling
LONG BEACH, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana man alleges a homeowner along Lake Michigan tried to remove people from the beach despite an Indiana Supreme Court ruling allowing lakeshore access.The state supreme court in February ruled thatthe state owns the shorelineand holds it in trust for all residents.But
Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Held at the New Holiday Inn Express & Suites in Gaylord, Michigan
Amerilodge Group, a hotel ownership and management company based in Bloomfield Hills, hosted a grand opening ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Holiday Inn Express & Suites hotel at 525 Dickerson Rd, Gaylord, MI 49735, Phone Number: (989) 448-7373, Website:
Defending state champ Central Lake looking for repeat success this year
ANTRIM COUNTY -- The storybook season for the Central Lake/Ellsworth co-op in their first year of 8-man is one that will be told for years to come.The Trojan fans hope they can continue telling those same stories with similar results as the team gets back to work in attempting a repeat championship
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An August Afternoon at the Corner of Fort and Main
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Arts Junkies, Get Your Fix
UNDER THE BANDSHELL & AT THE CAFEAcclaimed jazz flutist Ali Ryerson will perform two shows during a brief sojourn to northern Michigan. She’ll be at the Torch Lake Café in Eastport on Wednesday, Aug. 15 with fellow woodwind players Chris Bickley and Nancy Stagnitta, and East Park in Charlevoix the f