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Lucille Stimpson

Lucille (Henney) Stimpson, 97, of Phoenix, Arizona, formerly of Harbor...

High School ski teams headed to State Finals

Both Harbor Springs High School ski teams will head to...

Girls come back from loss by beating Grayling

Coming off a very rough stretch of losses, the Harbor...

Boys fall to Grayling at home February 9

After a good finish to last year’s season and getting...

Collegiate golf tournament honors Harbor Springs graduate

Professional Golf Management teams from the University of Nebraska, New...

Chili Verde with Grilled Cheese Croutons

Hoops for Troops honors area vets last week

Emmet County DPW supports recent proposals by Governor Snyder to address environmental and public health needs

Governor Rick Snyder recently proposed to fund environmental and public health needs with an increase in the state’s solid waste tip fee. The fee would...

Fishery managers excited by lake trout’s not-so-picky palate

LANSING — Scientists may have settled a debate between anglers and fishery managers over the future of the lake trout in the Great Lakes. With...

Superintendent search garners 36 applications

Harbor Springs Public Schools is on track to select its new superintendent by April 1. The Board of Education met on Monday, February 12, and...

Holiday weekend finds winter events kicking off here

With blue skies and warming temps, it may be tempting to look toward spring-- but not before a few more snowy season celebrations in northern...

Work on outdoor athletic facilities set to begin this spring; goal to finish by fall sports season, 2018

The Harbor Springs Board of Education approved the first major step in the district’s outdoor athletic facilities upgrades on Monday, February 12. Voters in the...

Grants help county Friendship Centers better serve older adults

Friendship Centers of Emmet County (FCEC), Council on Aging, can better serve older adults in Emmet County thanks to generous grants from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs...

Happy ending for Clayton the dog

After a month running loose around Harbor Springs, and a month in the care of Bay Pines Boarding and Grooming, I’m so happy to say...

Burger Night at the Legion February 15

The American Legion Smith-Hoover Post in Harbor Springs will host a “Burger Night with All the Fixings” on Thursday, Feb. 15 from 5:30-7:00pm. The public...

Graduate News

Harbor Springs High School graduate Kassidy Hadix has been included on the dean’s list for the fall 2017 semester at Lake Superior State University. To...

Documentary dealing with teen depression to be shown Feb. 21

“Not Alone”, 50-minute Documentary based on interviews of teenagers on their abuse, depression/thoughts of suicide, and how they were able to find help and hope...

College presents international lecture on political significance of Olympics in East Asia

North Central Michigan College will present an international lecture on the political significance of the Olympics in East Asia on Tuesday, February 20 at noon...

Applications for 2018 Young Women in Public Affairs award now available

Applications for the 2018 Young Women in Public Affairs (YWPA) Award are now available from the Zonta Club of Petoskey by contacting Toni Cone, tonilcone@gmail.com...

Arts Center’s Swirl event set for Feb. 22

On Thursday, February 22, join CTACPetoskey for a Swirl featuring hors d’oeuvres, wine, and beer provided by Vernales and Petoskey Brewing, while Michelle Chenard performs....

Inaugural ‘February Sunshine Concert’ to be held at Red Sky Stage February 17

It isn’t long after the new year that northern Michigan residents can find cabin fever beginning to settle in. Fortunately, on Saturday, February 17, downtown...

Two big names announced for Bay View’s 2018 Summer season

Known for its unparalleled historic beauty and architecture, BayView’s 2018 summer season will feature two of the biggest names to play John M. Hall Auditorium...