Boyne City 64, Harbor Springs 62
Boyne Falls 63, East Jordan 49
Charlevoix 77, Kalkaska 49
Flint Southwestern 71, Davison 50
Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern 66, Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian 49
Lapeer West 67, Flint Northwestern 52
Mackinaw City 54, Harbor Light Christian 38
Mattawan 52, White Pigeon 36
Mount Morris 53, Lake Fenton 46
Swartz Creek 78, Linden 44
Traverse City West 77, Manistee 43
Unionville-Sebewaing vs. Harbor Beach, ppd.
Addison 60, Morenci 15
Akron-Fairgrove 47, Flint International 36
Armada 52, Memphis 21
Carrollton 49, Millington 42
Cheboygan 64, Boyne City 46
Climax-Scotts 64, Tekonsha 18
Crystal Falls Forest Park 78, Carney-Nadeau 35
Deckerville 47, Peck 38
Fenton 53, Flint Kearsley 30
Flat Rock 59, Monroe Jefferson 24
Grass Lake 49, Reading 32
Grosse Ile 42, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 25
Hillsdale Academy 47, Jackson Christian 19
Homer 64, Vandercook Lake 39
Hudsonville Freedom Christian 32, Zion Christian 22
Lake Linden-Hubbell 61, Watersmeet 19
Linden 36, Swartz Creek 33
Manistee Catholic Central 59, Pentwater 18
Marquette 45, Negaunee 38
Merrill 47, Essexville Garber 38
New Boston Huron 51, Milan 25
Pittsford 57, Colon 42
Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary 42, Birch Run 39
St. Louis 49, Bay City John Glenn 37
Waterford Our Lady 49, Royal Oak Shrine 23
TVC East Tournament
Saginaw Valley Lutheran 42, Frankenmuth 33
Mayville vs. Caseville, ppd.
Kingston vs. Port Hope, ppd.
Vestaburg vs. Beal City, ppd.
Alpena vs. Sault Area, ppd.
Roscommon vs. Grayling, ppd.
UPDATE: Northwestern, Chemical banks merge
The Grand Traverse region’s burgeoning economy sparked the proposed merger of Northwestern and Chemical banks in a deal that will cause layoffs.Continued ...
Northwestern Bank reaches sale agreement
TRAVERSE CITY - Northwestern Bank will be purchased by Midland-based Chemical Bank for $120 million cash, the financial institutions said.Continued ...
Editorial: Plan to power Northport with sun, wind worth try
It’s one thing to debate the merits of renewable energy like wind and solar power. But it’s rare to see the concept put to a real-world test like the one planned for Northport.Continued ...
Airline explains canceled flight
Airline passengers on a canceled flight from Detroit to Cherry Capital Airport received bad information when told the Traverse City airport was closed for business, an airline spokesman said.Continued ...
Quartet crosses ice to N. Manitou
A moment of pure terror surged through Tom Bisbee when the ice cracked beneath his feet. The cold came next as he plunged into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan nearly 1.5 miles from the nearest piece of dry land.Continued ...
Weber leads East Jordan past St. Francis
Three games, three wins. The East Jordan Red Devils rolled into Traverse City and beat St. Francis for the third time this season, handing the Gladiators a 67-57 loss in a Class C regional semifinal Monday night.Continued ...
Letters to the Editor: 03/11/2014
Allow us to be proud.Continued ...
Oilers drill Titans, 74-53
Traverse City West's remarkable run came to an end in Cadillac. Mount Pleasant opened the second half with a 22-2 run to blow open a previously-close Class A regional semifinal en route to a 74-53 victory Monday.Continued ...
3 injured in separate crashes
A Mayfield man remains hospitalized after a snowmobile crashed into a shore station at a frozen southern Michigan lake.Continued ...
Panthers advance, 70-51
Frankfort ended a 37-year drought last March when it won a Class D regional here.Continued ...
Kingsley oil well erupts in flames
A mechanical problem likely sparked a spectacular eruption of flames from an oil and natural gas well near Kingsley, a Michigan Department of Environmental Quality official said.Continued ...
Givens, Schrank earn first-team All-State
Traverse City Central forward Cam Givens and defenseman Derek Schrank were selected first-team Division 2 All-State by the Michigan High School Hockey Coaches Association.Continued ...
Attic fire damages East Bay Township home
A fire destroyed most of an East Bay Township home’s roof before firefighters extinguished the blaze.Continued ...
Rec authority seeks facility manager
The joint recreational authority of Traverse City and Garfield Township won’t wait for a $650,000 makeover of the Cathedra Barn to start planning events.Continued ...
Community in Brief: 03/11/2014
Women At Risk (WAR) Jewelry Sale; Grand Traverse Academy offers "A Day in the Life of a Kindergartner" program; and more.Continued ...
Today in Sports: 03/11/2014
What's happening in sports across the region and the nation:Continued ...
Cadillac beats Escanaba
Jalen Brooks scored 26 points to lead Cadillac to a 55-52 win over Escanaba in a Class B regional semifinal played at Petoskey.Continued ...
- Poll: Is plan to power township with renewables worth a try?
- March 4, 2014
High School Sports Scoreboard: 03/04/2014
A roundup of prep sports scores from across northern Michigan, including results from today's girls regional basketball tournament games:Continued ...
UPDATE: Ruling will force someone to reimburse TCAPS for violation
It’ll cost someone $25,600 to rectify the distribution of an illegal Traverse City Area Public Schools campaign flier, but who’s on the hook for that money remains unclear.Continued ...
TC native joins Team Blake on TV's 'The Voice'
Traverse City native son Ryan Whyte Maloney finally can spill the beans: He’s a bona fide contestant on “The Voice.”Continued ...
TCAPS fined $25,600 for illegal mailing
An illegal campaign flier that touted Traverse City Area Public Schools' 2012 bond millage will require a $25,656 repayment to the district, the Michigan Secretary of State's office determined.Continued ...
TC Central stuns Petoskey, 50-49
Traverse City Central’s boys basketball team has practice on Tuesday. Early in Monday’s Class A district tournament opener against Petoskey, Central head coach Jeff Turner figured he would be collecting jerseys instead.Continued ...
Editorial: Leaf pickup decision won't settle privatization debate
The issue: TC commissioners reject privatization idea. Our view: The debate is likely not over.Continued ...
Lake ice blamed for deep freeze
More relentlessly cold temperatures and relatively calm winds allowed Lake Michigan to regain ice cover, reaching around 90 percent coverage yesterday.Continued ...
Grad students to help Leelanau Twp. switch to renewables
Jeremy Good hopes to build a career on renewable energy. The University of Michigan graduate student has worked on small solar projects but nothing on a larger municipal level.Continued ...
- UPDATE: Northwestern, Chemical banks merge