- The following Grand Traverse County students (by last name L through Z) were recognized on the Dean's List at NMC for the fall 2012 semester: Ashley LaMont, Sara Laisure, Katelyn Langdale, Spencer Laubach, Casey Leach, Madeleine Lebel, Hiu Wai Leung, Norbert Libby, Elizabeth Lidiard, Marissa Lindsay, Rachel Lord, Bobbi Louk, Spencer Lumsden, John Lutchko, Samuel Mansfield, Chase Mather, Katherine McCain, Kathryn McCain, Cole McCardel, Ann McCarty, Avalon McLachlan, Christopher McPherson, John McRannolds, Trevor Meek, Jeremy Metcalf, Michelle Michalski, Brittany Moeggenberg, Chelsea Moore, Jessica Mulder, Cody Mutter, Jazlynn Narmore, Katelyn Nickerson, Nicholas Nielsen, Chloe O'Brien, Emil O'Brien, Katherine O'Connor, Colleen Olson, Eric Ooley, Kathryn Orwig, Lauren Osbon, Eric Owen, Chelsea Parsch, Erin Patterson, Jonathan Patterson, Abigail Peck, Heather Penick, Cassandra Perry, Kaitlyn Pettinato, Chelsea Pflugrad, Alex Philion, Samuel Plamondon, Brian Potter, Robin Priest, Jalen Provo, Kevin Query, Ashley Quinn, Emma Rademacher, Kayleigh Randall, Bryan Rasmussen, Joellyn Rastello, Catherine Ray, Andrew Reed, Kevin Renwick, Nicholas Reszka, Lexa Revnell, Michael Robertson, Tajin Robles, Carl Rocheleau, Leonard Rountree, Ryan Ruskowski, Autumn Russell, Shawn Salkeld, Samuel Sanderson, Mikaela Sanford, Andromeda Sasaki, Jason Saunby, Christy Savage, Ryan Savage, Melody Schafer, Patricia Schaub, Sarah Schlusler, Gunnar Schwartz, Roxanne Scrivener, Edmund Seeber, Meg Sheehan, Melissa Sheick, David Sherman, Katrina Shonk, Noel Shrum, Timothy Siciliano, Blaine Simcox, Catherine Simons, Emily Sklodowske, Steven Slupecki, Kaischa Smith, Joel Smoyer, Gabrielle Sniff, Paul Somerville, Luke Sowash, Kelly Sprague, Martin Stallman, Joseph Stants, Tonya Starlin, Kathryn Stevenson, Amanda Sullivan, Aaron Swartz, Craig Sweeney, Ayla Switala, Kathy Tahtinen, Benjamin Thayer, Benjamin Thelander, Joy Thomas, Michelle Thomas, Nicole Thurmond, Sara Tonder, Stephen Town, Nicole Trigilio, Susan Twigg, Terry VanKleek, Myles VanWormer, Chesten Vanpelt, Lucas Vinecki, Kirstin Volkening, Teresa Wadysz, Nicholas Walsh, Danielle Weber, Katherine Weber, Bennett Weckler, Amber Welch, Chad Wheat, Grayson Wiggins, Benjamin Will, Todd Wisniewski, Claire Wodzien, Stephanie Wojie, John Wolfston, Justin Wolgamott, Lee Womack, Garret Wood-Sternburgh, Daniel Worm, Gary Worth, Tori Young, Michael Zenk, Sheryl Zimmerman, Vincent Zubalik and Michael Zutis.
TC chefs chip in tips to make your BBQ better
Springtime means many things in northern Michigan — the end of five months of winter, the return of tourists and the start of grilling season.Continued ...
From the Farm: Stretching fall bounty
The question is always the same when Midwestern local eating comes up in conversation with those not from around here: “But what about the winter?”Continued ...
Community in Brief: 04/24/2014
Benzie County Water Festival; student group hosts battle of the bands; Great Lakes Maritime Academy open house; and more.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 04/23/2014
Students stage "The Wizard of Oz"; Film series closes; Women's History Project discusses memoir; and more.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 04/22/2014
Reading by poet Fleda Brown; TCAPS Day Camp registration; program on smart phone apps; and more.Continued ...
- Monday, April 21, 2014
Historical Photo of the Week: 04/21/2014
Historical photo for 04/21/2014: Can you name this woman?Continued ...
Historical photo update for 04/14/2014 image
Historical photo update for the 4/14/14 image: The gentleman is Claire Wilder.Continued ...
News From 100 Years Ago: 04/21/2014
SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT DEBATE was held at the Woman’s Club on Friday.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 04/21/2014
St. Vincent de Paul Spring Fling; program on ancient tree archive; benefit for My Sister's House; and more.Continued ...
- Sunday, April 20, 2014
Botanic Garden prepares to open new Visitor Center
The first daffodils and crocus had yet to poke up their leaves at The Botanic Garden at Historic Barns Park as volunteer Denise Butterfield passed out logo vests to volunteers at the new Visitor Center.Continued ...
30 years of NMC art students' work in show
Retired college art professor Paul Welch spins in a slow circle, locking eyes with the dozens of memories that surround him.Continued ...
Garret Leiva: 44 is the new 24, right?
Forty-four years ago this week the gift of birth was swiftly followed by a gloved-hand slap across my backside.Continued ...
Best Sellers: 04/20/2014
Best-selling books across northwest Michigan and the nation:Continued ...
‘Book Spine’ poems range from fun to thoughtful
Brilliant Books’ April “Book Spine Poetry” contest calls for entrants to grab some books, arrange each spine and respective title in a creative order to their liking, then snap and email a photo.Continued ...
Books in Brief: 04/20/2014
Author signings; Brownell at Expo.Continued ...
Lifelines: 30 years of poetry lessons still pay off
A high school girl recently told me that she worked so hard on her poem in fourth grade during my writing workshop, she cried.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 04/20/2014
Newcomers Club meeting; antique auto buffs; Lacrosse Club pasta dinner fundraiser; and more.Continued ...
- Saturday, April 19, 2014
Community in Brief 04/19/2014
Advanced care discussion; Leelanau Montesorri Public School Academy open house; Easter dinner in Grayling; and more.Continued ...
- Education News 04/19/2014
TRAVERSE CITY -- Bored with the elliptical trudge? Juggle fire. Circus workouts add zest to a workout regime, spice to an evening and allow people to scratch things like "learn to juggle" or "walk on hands" off their bucket lists. Indulging a circusContinued ...
Body & Soul Newsmakers 04/19/2014
People in the news.Continued ...
Blood Drives 04/19/2014
Where to give blood in the region.Continued ...
Body & Soul in Brief 04/19/2014
Easter vigil service; Parkinson's disease support group; Grand Valley State University advising services; and more.Continued ...
- Friday, April 18, 2014
Arts & Entertainment in Brief 04/18/2014
Fairy Garden fun; environmental documentary; benefit for ISLAND; New Opera Project premiere; and more.Continued ...
Community in Brief 04/18/2014
Gathering for women named Linda; Wings of Wonder program; Small Plates on the Leelanau Wine Trail; and more.Continued ...
- TC chefs chip in tips to make your BBQ better