- Monday, October 4, 2010
Service News: 10/04/2010
Private First Class Elijah Weber, formerly of Maple City, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego.Continued ...
Our Town in Brief: 10/04/2010
Public forum will discuss utility issues; Program on 'Five Wishes' living will; Area author visits Bay Ridge book club. (Plus more)Continued ...
- Monday, September 27, 2010
Hundreds turn out to find best book selections
The initial crowd attending the annual Friends of the Traverse Area District Library arrived early to snag the best fiction and nonfiction, children's books, local offerings and cookbooks.Continued ...
Buckley volleyball team to wear pink
Having the support of her community means the world to Amy Larson. Her hometown gymnasium will be decked out in pink to honor Larson, diagnosed with breast cancer in April, when the Buckley High School girls volleyball team takes on Mesick.Continued ...
Our Town In Brief: 09/27/2010
Sons of American Revolution meet; Community is invited to pig roast; Silent auction and harvest dinner; Store's sales will help out women; Historical society offers fall eventContinued ...
Service News: 09/27/2010
Army Pvt. Daryl Labarge has graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.Continued ...
- Monday, September 20, 2010
'Soloist,' panel at the State
While both perceptions of people with mental illness and treatments have changed dramatically over decades, the process has accelerated even in the last few years.Continued ...
Mt. Holiday staff seeking upgrade
A spirit akin to duct tape — innovation, determination and sticking together — saved Mt. Holiday. But it's time for the real stuff to go.Continued ...
Eagle Scout: 09/20/2010
Peter Melichar, son of John and Denise Melichar, earned his Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Rank on May 12.Continued ...
Our Town In Brief: 09/20/2010
Red Cross resumes Lunchtime Lectures; Public invited to farmers marketContinued ...
- Monday, September 13, 2010
Harvest Tour: Scenic roads, tasty treats
The Cherry Capital Cycling Club will host the 27th annual Leelanau Harvest Tour on Sunday, Sept. 19. More than 900 riders are expected for the scenic bicycle road ride through Leelanau County.Continued ...
'Trailblazing' program mentors adults
Encouraging life-changing steps is the essence of Family Partnership. Launched in 2005 as an ecumenical mentoring program, Family Partnership currently has 17 matches; the program's high reached 21 matches.Continued ...
Opportunity knocks with home-buying classes
Opportunity is the underlying theme of Home Purchasing classes.Continued ...
Our Town in Brief: 09/13/2010
Torch Lake residents plan potluck dinner; Benzie Democrats to hold Fun-Raiser; Scouts will help 'retire' flags; Garden club hosts program on herbs; Observe the Moon Night is Saturday.Continued ...
- Service News: 09/13/2010
- Monday, September 6, 2010
Air Force base celebrates 60 years
Bill Earnest clearly remembers his first assignment upon reporting for duty at the former Empire Air Force Radar Station in December 1950.Continued ...
Restored 1970 Indy 500 pace car revealed
The lost car has been found and, oh, what a comeback.Continued ...
Our Town in Brief: 09/06/2010
Young Onset Parkinson's picnic; Blue Star Memorial Marker dedication; Grand Traverse Democrats to meet; Habitat plot, workers blessed; Artists garage sale will benefit WRC.Continued ...
- Service News: 09/06/2010
- Monday, August 30, 2010
Chess group open to all
Chris Remsperger likes the friendly atmosphere during his afternoon chess games at the Traverse City Senior Center. A chess player since he was a kid, the 47-year-old "aspiring senior" it's a lot more relaxed than in most chess groups.Continued ...
Last Movie in the Park ushers out summer
Saturday evening featured Fife Lake's fourth and final Movie in the Park, a bittersweet goodbye to summer on a perfect summer night.Continued ...
Quota names volunteer of the year
Quota of Traverse City has named Patti Schaap as their Volunteer of the Year.Continued ...
Our Town In Brief: 08/30/2010
Lake Ann pancake breakfast Sunday; United Way reservations due; Nominations sought for trail award; Volunteers needed for Quilt-a-thon; Get Farming! offers energy workshopContinued ...
- Monday, August 23, 2010
Children's garden celebrates 10 years
Dan Curtiss pulsed with excitement as he pulled baby carrots and beets, and plucked a fistful of green beans. The 9-year-old is a veteran gardener nurturing his plants for the second summer in the Grand Traverse Children's Garden.Continued ...
'Gentle giants' at horse driving school
Four-legged overgrown children or massive examples of horsepower?Continued ...