Assumed names filed in Grand Traverse County:
• ACOUSTIC DYNAMITE, Robert Downes, 1037 Washington, Traverse City
• BEAUMONT CONSTRUCTION, Thomas McCafferty, 3562 Forest Lake Drive, Traverse City
• BETTY'S TOYBOX, Betty Reed, 4954 E. Mobile Trail, Traverse City
• BIKE LAB, Stacy Remy, 1705 Woodward Ave., Traverse City
• BOARDMAN RIVER OUTFITTERS, Thomas Davis, 1669 River Road West, Traverse City
• BOARDMAN VALLEY CONSTRUCTION, Leah Cobb, 3359 Mahoney, Traverse City
• CEDAR SWAMP CERAMICS, Lynn Bartholomew, 2787 Four Mile Road, Traverse City
• CHERRYRIDGE ORCHARDS, John Holman, 13173 Bluff Road, Traverse City
• D&B SERVICES, David Bellechasses, 236½ East Eighth St., Traverse City
• EFFEN GOOD MEDIA, Martin Fessler, 1669 Barlow, Traverse City
• ELECTRO SYSTEM PRO DJ SERVICE, Jennifer Knudsen, 5376 N. Brentwood St., Grawn
• EVENCE, Andrew Anderson, Chase Hunt, 990 Woodcreek Boulevard, Traverse City
• FINE DESIGNS, Kyle Breech, 3404 Fish Creek Road, Traverse City
• GET SAFER, Stacy Remy, 1705 Woodward Ave., Traverse City
• GREEN PATCH DESIGN, Seth Halbert, 7385 South Whispering Hills Drive, Traverse City
• GREGG'S DESIGN, Gregg Holcomb, 319 E. Front St., Traverse City
• INTEGRATIVE MASSAGE THERAPY, Kathryn Olson, 1308 Neahtawanta Road, Traverse City
• J ROSE CONSTRUCTION, James Rose II, 4127 Williamsburg Road, Williamsburg
• OASIS, Jamaica Weston, James Lynne, 415 Webster St., Traverse City
• PINE BROOK FARMS, Francis McManus, Leona McManus, 3339 Hartman Road, Traverse City
• PUDDLE IN THE ROAD CARDS, P. Michael Waterstradt, 3869 Stone Ridge Drive, Traverse City
• PUNZEL, Judith Hauser, 8720 County Road 633, Buckley
• RED DOG BARKING, P. Michael Waterstradt, 3869 Stone Ridge Drive, Traverse City
• RICHARDS CONSTRUCTION, Richard Schroeter, 2476 Railroad Ave., Interlochen
• SMART CHANGES, Stacy Remy, 1705 Woodward Ave., Traverse City
• SOUND WAVES PRO DJ SERVICE, Jennifer Knudsen, 5376 N. Brentwood St., Grawn
• SOUND WAVES ENTERTAINMENT, Jennifer Knudsen, 5376 N. Brentwood St., Grawn
• SPIRALS, Mary Herzog, 121 East Front St., Traverse City
• STUCKY SERVICES, Robert Stucky, 119½ South Union St., Traverse City
• STUDIO JOSEF'S, Shannon Splawn, 319 East Front St., Traverse City
• TOOL EXCHANGE (THE), Gary Trumbla, 7740 M-72 East, Williamsburg
• YORKBURG MANOR, Judy York, 5721 North Broomhead Road, Williamsburg
Assumed names filed in Grand Traverse County:
UPDATE: YMCA officials remain optimistic on opening date
There is no longer an electronic ticker on the Grand Traverse Bay YMCA's website that counts down the days, hours, minutes and seconds to the new facility's opening.Continued ...
New Northport golf course hopes to draw tourists
Local business leaders are optimistic the newly opened Northport Creek Golf Course will bring more visitors to a village that’s already experiencing a small business renaissance.Continued ...
Mark Spitznagel on the world of farming, finance
A herd of bleating Alpine goats emerged from the woods and followed Mark Spitznagel as he stepped along sloped pasture at Idyll Farms near this Leelanau County village.Continued ...
SCORE: Is a fulfillment firm right for your business?
With the increasing popularity of online shopping, one issue many small business owners face is online order processing and fulfillment.Continued ...
Futures File: Cattle futures stampede higher
Cattle futures shot to all-time highs again this week, reaching $1.58 per pound on Thursday.Continued ...
Ag Forum: Rebuilding 'foodshed' and community resilience
In my previous life as a reporter for the Record-Eagle from 1986 to 1998, I remember reporting on two words that were new to me at the time.Continued ...
4 more Michigan cities get Uber ridesharing
A California company that uses mobile application software to link people needing transportation in Ann Arbor and the Detroit area to drivers is expanding to several other Michigan cities.Continued ...
Judge denies request to halt oil drilling work
A judge has denied a request by opponents of an exploratory oil well in Washtenaw County for court intervention to stop work at the approved site.Continued ...
- Thursday, July 24, 2014
The Record: 07/25/2014
Assumed names filed in Grand Traverse County:Continued ...
Building Permits: 07/25/2014
Building permits issued in Grand Traverse County:Continued ...
- Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Goals set on energy policy
Adaptability. That’s the goal of Michigan’s energy policy in the next decade, said Gov. Rick Snyder’s chief energy policy adviser.Continued ...
- Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Glenn Puit: Block 65 wine honors a special life
The customers milled about the Brengman Brothers at Crain Hill Vineyards on a recent afternoon, scurrying to get ready for a much-anticipated wedding at the facility the following day.Continued ...
Business in Brief: 07/23/2014
Expo looking for artisan vendors; Cooking with Kids at the Fair; Bret Michaels talks about diabetes. (Plus more)Continued ...
Pressed for Grapes: Expected low yield blamed on winter's freezing temps
Vineyards look pretty barren across the region because of the relentless winter temperatures that smothered the area.Continued ...
Business Memoranda: 07/23/2014
Margo Francisco was named vice president of planning and regional collaboration for Munson Healthcare.Continued ...
Global Marine celebrates 25 years
Global Marine Insurance Agency introduced itself to the boating world with a plate full of chocolate chip cookies.Continued ...
Kent Rabish: Distillers keeping it local
Michigan craft brewers, wineries and now craft distilleries are helping Michigan grow in new directions that will help our state overcome some of the challenges of the auto industry and the other tough obstacles we’ve lived through.Continued ...
Bonobo Winery: Construction in progress
Todd and Carter Oosterhouse want their new winery on Old Mission Peninsula to attract a new market – locals.Continued ...
Festival celebrates misunderstood wine, region
Many casual wine drinkers consider Riesling a sweet, syrupy, simple white wine, but winemaker Bryan Ulbrich knows better.Continued ...
- Monday, July 21, 2014
Cherry Capital totals on the rise
New statistics show business took off at Cherry Capital Airport this spring. Both passenger numbers and fight totals rocketed skyward.Continued ...
- Sunday, July 20, 2014
SOS seeks to redefine education
Genna Mang dreams of being a special education teacher. She’s 16, bright, soft-spoken and loves animals. She learns differently, though, than most other kids.Continued ...
Downtown Kalkaska construction to start in Aug.
Kalkaska will soon be under construction as the village redesigns two blocks of Cedar Street, the four-lane road where drivers on M-72, M-66 and U.S. 131 roll through downtown.Continued ...
Kalkaska streetlights repurposed
The existing downtown Kalkaska won’t be lost forever once machines roll in to update the commercial district.Continued ...
Fred Goldenberg: Longevity economy drives growth
Current rhetoric on Capitol Hill and in the media contends there are too many “old” people, that we are a financial drain on society and, unless there are massive cuts and changes to our so-called entitlement programs (i.e. Social Security and Medicare), we will drag the country into ruins.Continued ...
- Friday, July 18, 2014
Futures File: Downed jet prompts increase in commodities
The crash of the Malaysia Airlines flight in Eastern Ukraine killed all 298 people aboard. Initial fears that the plane had been shot down were supported by intelligence agencies, sparking concerns the crash could signal a deepening of the conflict between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists.Continued ...
- UPDATE: YMCA officials remain optimistic on opening date