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Letters 04-21-2014

An Exercise of Power

Many brave men and women have worn and do wear the military uniform of the United States of America. They put their lives at risk and have lost their lives to protect our freedom, our loved ones and our right to vote...


Topic: downtown
Monday, March 26, 2012

Most Eclectic Gift Shop

Get gifty at Nifty!

Best of NM 2012 It’s the moment when your palms begin to sweat, your eyes become crossed and every clock is screaming at you. You glance at the greeting card isle at the grocery store and think/hope, a card will suffice. Then, a cheap, stuffed animal at the gas station catches your eye.
 
Monday, November 25, 2013

Hot Dates

Hot Dates Jamie Kauffold Get your TURKEY TROT on! And have as much fun as this guy! You have no excuse to stay on the couch this Thanksgiving morning. Turkey Trots are happenin’ all over Northern Michigan! This Downtown TC Turkey Trot includes 5K run/walk & 5-Mile Flier races that start & finish on Thirlby Field at Running Stadium at 9am.
 
Monday, December 16, 2013

Hot Dates

Hot Dates Jamie Kauffold poetry, music & readings. 6-9pm, Boyne District Library’s Community Room. Sponsored by Boyne Writers Circle. 231-675-2253. Events at Horizon Books, TC:.
 
Monday, February 10, 2014

Experts Weigh in on Petoskey’s Big Hole

Back in 2006, 200 E. Lake Street – a gateway address with jawdropping views in downtown Petoskey – was poised for change.

Features Kristi Kates A proposal had been approved for a new development called Petoskey Pointe, and there was a grand plan swirling around to turn the block into a multimillion dollar hotel, condo, parking, and restaurant project that some said would revitalize the Gaslight District.
 
Monday, February 17, 2014

“W” Stands for Winter at Petoskey’s Latest Fest

Features Kristi Kates Not wanting to disappoint the public, Goodman and her team decided to be straightforward about it. So today, it’s simply the Petoskey Winter Festival, although the goal of cheering up the winter doldrums is the same. “Only the name has changed,” Goodman said.
 
Monday, February 24, 2014

New Downtown Living

Features Patrick Sullivan Petoskey’s downtown is also built out, and prices of old homes close to the center are going up, even if they aren’t in great condition. A red hot market for in-town real estate and a lack of space to build has taken away a lot of what builders or remodelers can do, said agent Lori Jodar of Lori Jodar & Company.
 
Monday, March 24, 2014

The Gaylord Renaissance Plan

Features Kristi Kates

Gaylord’s downtown area has long relied on the friendliness of its people and quaint “Alpine Village” theme to draw visitors to the downtown area, while providing locals with a neighborly place to shop and do business.

But over the past several years, downtown Gaylord has been suffering, both economically and aesthetically. So the Gaylord Renaissance Plan was formulated, an idea that’s actually been in the works since the late 1990s, but is only now starting to gain a foothold.

 
 
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