Officials question tax-exempt status of property that houses CVB
A smoldering debate over what some locals dubbed “festival fatigue” prompted city officials to question the tax-exempt status of the downtown property that houses the Traverse City Convention and Visitors Bureau.Continued ...
- Dairy farmer goes against grain, succeeds
- Law will allow nursing homes to honor end-of-life wishes
- Growing grapes, learning the biz
- Officials question tax-exempt status of property that houses CVB
Few abortions covered with insurance in Michigan
If lawmakers vote to restrict insurance coverage of abortions in Michigan, it would affect a small number of abortions because the vast majority already are paid for out of pocket.Continued ...
- Donor offers $5M to help protect Detroit art
- Michigan in Brief: 12/07/2013
- Anti-blight bills headed to Michigan governor
- Few abortions covered with insurance in Michigan
Editorial: Outside smoking exposes workers to danger
They’re back, and with the same, tired arguments that didn’t work more than three years ago — and likely won’t work again.Continued ...
- Editorial: Demand a say on abortion bill
- Letters to the Editor: 12/08/2013
- Forum: Contrasting care for mentally disabled
- Editorial: Outside smoking exposes workers to danger
- Opinion Poll
Prep Sports Roundup: Early goals do in Trojans
Traverse City Central scored three of its four goals on the power play, but an explosive Houghton offense scored eight times in an 8-4 victory over the Trojans on Saturday at the Rick Miller Invitational. (Plus more)Continued ...
- No. 10 Michigan St. shocks No. 2 Ohio St. 34-24
- West prevails, Central falls
- Girls Basketball Roundup: Frankfort tops TCSF in Challenge
- Prep Sports Roundup: Early goals do in Trojans
Federal Farm Bill frustration boiling over
Frank Lipinski farmed in northern Michigan land since 1952. Lipinski, 79, watched booms and busts blow through the region. He’s survived too little rain, too much rain and saw the nation’s agricultural landscape transform from one dominated by small family farms to big agri-business.Continued ...
- Two on the Town turns 30
- SCORE: Should you seek a patent?
- Business in Brief: 12/08/2013
- Federal Farm Bill frustration boiling over
'Perry Hannah's Gifts: Then and Now'
“Perry Hannah’s Gifts: Then and Now,” is expected to arrive in town this week, fresh from the printing press and just in time for the holidays.Continued ...
- Fighting Dyslexia
- Marta Hepler Drahos: Crafty Christmas helps mend broken heart
- 'Perry Hannah's Gifts: Then and Now'