To District Health Department No. 10 Clinical Supervisor George Davis-Williams, who earned the Nursing Section Award for Public Health Nursing Practice.

Thank you for your very clear and timely editorial (Feb. 24) regarding the need of the state to reexamine the relationship we have had to Nestle for the last 20 years. We certainly agree that this is the perfect time to start over instead of kicking the ball further down the road to selling …

The Grand Traverse Region faces an educational challenge the likes of which we have never faced before: provide every learner in our area, from birth, the education and support necessary to be successful in life while facing weather- and COVID-19-related school closures, the need for kinderg…

Yes, it’s okay to talk about this. This is the elephant in the room. This is what we have not been talking about for a year.

For nearly 20 years, the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians (GTB) has been a leader in the Boardman-Ottaway River ecosystem restoration efforts and has been integral to the discourse over issues FishPass seeks to address.

Why sidestep city voters?

Twenty years ago this month, a small group of 20 people came together with a big vision: to raise enough money to renovate Traverse City’s former library at 322 Sixth St. This was a personal dream of mine and many others. I took the first step with a visit to the Traverse City Record-Eagle p…

To Treetops Resort in Gaylord, which secured a Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (CPACE) loan. Treetops worked with Lean & Green Michigan to secure the funding.

Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula (WOMP) has sued Peninsula Township to undo the current winery ordinance established by our community. As customers, neighbors and friends of the wineries, we respectfully disagree with this lawsuit. We support the wineries of Old Mission and want them to suc…

Most of us walk past the concrete slab wall that separates the Boardman River from the alley north of Front Street without giving it a thought. It’s been there so long that it is stained with the patina of age. It is far from glamorous. It’s one of those local features few of us think about …

Paraphrasing nineteenth century abolitionist Theodore Parker, Martin Luther King, Jr. famously said “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward Justice.” King’s lifelong commitment to nonviolent protest, his willingness to face “good trouble” — as his civil rights associate J…

Acknowledge Bergman's accomplishments

Clous continues to inflict damage

To Traverse City’s Katherine DeYoung, who is set to perform in the “Sole e Amore” concert through the Lyric Opera of Chicago’s Facebook page and YouTube channel. DeYoung is a mezzo soprano in her first year with the Ryan Opera Center, an artist-development program.To Blake Rowe and Isaac Hin…

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