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Police funding affects us Governor’s proposal for ‘Smart Justice’ has upside for rural communities Brandon Hubbard (231) 439-9374 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Governor Rick Snyder wants to crack down on crime in the state’s four most violent cities, but while most of the cash and focus is going to Detroit, Flint, Pontiac and Saginaw, the proposed package could impact rural Michigan areas as well. In 2011, the Michigan State Police force across Northern Michigan was largely restructured to a more mobile force to save on the costs of operating brick and mortar facilities. Local law enforcement is
now hopeful the governor’s proposal will help provide additional man power and critical programs to combat drugs in Norther n Michigan. The governor’s proposal calls for a new class of 180 troopers to be held this summer. The gover nor first announced his plan to lower crime in Flint, Detroit, Saginaw and Pontiac — which the FBI has ranked in its top 10 most violent cities — during his State of the State speech earlier this year. But, local law enforcement is hope-
Grant Dittmar stands in his Dittmar’s Chronotech shop in downtown Petoskey. The store stocks about 200 clocks which will need to be set ahead following this weekend’s changeover to Daylight Saving Time.
Time for change Ryan Bentley
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When passersby stick their heads into Grant Dittmar’s place of business and ask if he knows what time it is, they’re sometimes doing so as a joke. Stocking about 700 timepieces in his Dittmar’s Chronotech store in downtown Petoskey, Dittmar has noticeably more sources of this information at his disposal than many people do. “As you can imagine, I get all the time jokes,” he said. He’ll be especially aware of the current time in the coming days, as daylight saving time arrives and necessitates the resetet ting of many of Chronotech’s 200 or so clocks. Daylight saving time (some add an “s” at the end of “saving” when referring to the concept, but the Associated
Year-round carriage rides in Harbor ? Morgan Sherburne (231) 439-9394 - firstname.lastname@example.org
HARBOR SPRINGS — Harbor Springs horsed r aw n c a r r i a g e r i d e s might soon become a year-round offering. Scott Ward, with Ward Family Carriage Rides, and Karin Offield, owner of Brek-n-Ridge Farm in Harbor Springs, had the idea to offer free carriage rides through downtown Harbor Springs. “ We w a n t e d t o h e l p draw people to Harbor Springs in the wintertime,” said Ward, who owns the car riage and team of horses. Recently, people have come from Charlevoix, East Jordan and Indian River, he said. And now, Ward and Offield are looking to extend the rides on a fare basis. “The council wanted to continue to consider h o r s e - d r aw n c a r r i a g e rides even though city code prohibits them right now,” said Tom Richards,
On Saturday, March 10, don’t forget to turn clocks ahead one hour before going to bed
Maximizing resources As a 2011 National Geographic News article notes, desires to make better use of daylight and to conserve energy, have helped daylight saving time in getday ting ti established. During his 18th century service as a U.S. ambassador in France, Benjamin Franklin
“No one on council now knows why that (a prohibition on fee-based ventures) is in there (city code). These have been successful carriage rides that seem to be a popular attraction for the city.”
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Tom Richards, city manager city manager. “The council is working toward a p o s s i bl e l i c e n s i n g a rrangement.” Currently, the carriage rides are under-written by downtown merchants, said Richards. While currently the city code does not allow such See CARRIAGE on PAGE A12
Power outage tally decreases again BOYNE CITY — Great Lakes Energy’s tally of local members without electric service showed another decrease today, Friday, and a spokesman for the electric cooperative said those outages are not among the ones which began during the region’s major snowstorm last weekend.
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Press style followed by many newspapers does not) officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 11, a time when residents of most U.S. states are to move clocks ahead by an hour. People — perhaps worn down a bit because of a lost hour of sleep, or having arrived late for some event following the changeover — sometimes question the reason for the ritual.
Call in the lowest gas prices you see (231) 439-9350; post them on our Facebook page. Here’s what you told us you saw and what we saw, by 9 a.m., Friday, March 9:
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Home Show set for this weekend in Petoskey The Little Traverse Association of Home Builders 36th annual Northern Michigan Home Show is 2-8 p.m. Friday, March 9, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the North Central Michigan College Student and Community Resource Center, Petoskey. Admission is $5 per family, $3 for individuals and $2 for those over age 65. For more information, call (231) 348-9770 or visit www.ltahb.com.
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cooperative’s customers in Emmet or Cheboygan counties were reported to be without power today. Gucnizak was uncertain whether the outages occurring today related to after-effects — tree limbs snapping back into place as a result of melting snow, for example — of last weekend’s storm.
Dave Guzniczak, communications director for the Boyne City-based cooperative, said seven customers were without power in Charlevoix County, and that those outages had begun today. In Antrim County, Great Lakes reported outages for two customers that began Thursday. None of the
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MELT DOWN A new diversion drain slows down the force of runoff water into Bear River, below Elizabeth Street in Petoskey, Wednesday.
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Autism bill clears Senate
LANSIN (AP) — The Michigan Senate soon could vote on bills aimed at requiring insurance companies to cover some types of treatment for autism. The Senate’s Health Policy Committee on Thursday approved a bipartisan package of bills related to autism coverage, sending the bills to the Senate floor. They go to the House if the Senate passes them. One bill sets up a fund to help reimburse insurers for paid claims related to diagnosis and treatment of autism. That provision is included in hopes of lessening opposition from business and insurance groups. Previous efforts to mandate autism coverage have stalled in Michigan. More than half the states require insurers to provide autism coverage. Gov. Rick Snyder says it’s time for Michigan to join them.
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Ice shanty Safety drill this weekend removal dates set
On Saturday, March 10, the Petoskey Department of Public Safety will conduct a simulated fire rescue drill at the
former Lockwood MacDonald building on Arlington Avenue in Petoskey. During the exercise, smoke,
emergency personnel, firefighting equipment and simulated rescues may be visible to the public.
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The Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that the dates for mandatory ice shanty removal are approaching. Anglers are required to remove shanties as soon as the ice is unsafe to hold them, regardless of the date. In the northern Lower Peninsula, ice shanties need to be removed by midnight on March 15. Counties included in the northern Lower Peninsula are: Alcona, Alpena, Antrim, Arenac, Bay, Benzie, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Clare, Crawford, Emmet, Gladwin, Grand Traverse, Iosco, Isabella, Kalkaska, Lake, Leelanau, Manistee, Mason, Mecosta, Midland, Missaukee, Montmorency, Newaygo, Oceana, Ogemaw, Osceola, Oscoda, Otsego, Presque Isle, Roscommon and Wexford. In remaining counties of the souther n Lower Peninsula, shanties were to be removed by midnight on March 1. Shanties placed on Michigan-Wisconsin boundary waters must be removed by midnight on March 15. In the Upper Peninsula, shanties must be removed by midnight on March 31. After mandatory removal dates, shanties may be placed on the ice on a daily basis, but must be removed at the end of each day’s fishing activity. Shanty owners who allow the structures to fall through the ice are subject of penalties of up to 30 days in jail, fines (of not less than $100 or more than $500) or both. If a shanty is removed by a government agency, the court can require the owner to reimburse the government for an amount of up to three times the cost of removal.
Woman killed snowmobiling
GRAYLING TOWNSHIP, (AP) — Authorities say a 72-year-old woman from Brighton has died following a snowmobile rollover in the northern Lower Peninsula. The Crawford County sheriff ’s department says the woman was riding Thursday evening with another person near Camp Grayling in Grayling Township, about 45 miles east of Traverse City. The department says she was trying to climb a steep hill with the snowmobile when it rolled, landing on top of her. She was taken to an area hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Her name wasn’t immediately released. The crash was under investigation.
Evicted 101-year-old closer to going back home
DETROIT (AP) — The federal government says a 101-year-old Detroit woman who was evicted last year from her foreclosed house is getting closer to being allowed to move home. The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press report the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Thursday that work to fix up Texana Hollis’ will begin shortly. Hollis says she’s “overjoyed” by the news. She’s currently living with a caregiver nearby. Hollis was evicted Sept. 12 and her belongings placed outside after her 65-year-old son failed to pay property taxes linked to a reverse mortgage and HUD foreclosed on the home. Two days later, the department said she could return. But that didn’t happen because HUD said the home was unsanitary and unsafe. Hollis had lived at the home about 60 years.
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HOME SHOW Scott Snyder (left) and Kevin Hollingsworth, of Ballard’s Plumbing and Heating in Petoskey install items in their booth, Thursday, for the upcoming 2012 Northern Michigan Regional Home Show at North Central Michigan College in Petoskey. The home show, sponsored by the Little Traverse Association of Home Builders, is 2-8 p.m. today, Friday, March 9, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, March 10. The annual event will have area builders, designers, suppliers and workshops to answer questions for the homeowner.
College director of financial aid to chat live
Thinking of continuing your education? Have a child in college or starting college soon? Virginia Panoff, North Central Michigan College’s director of financial aid, is to chat live with readers from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at petoskeynews.com.
DETROIT (AP) — These M i ch i g a n l o t t e r i e s we re drawn Thursday: Midday Daily 3, 0-2-3; Midday Daily 4, 5-91-2; Daily 3, 5-7-8; Daily 4, 0-66-3; Fantasy 5, 06-07-10-17-36; Estimated jackpot: $110,000; Keno, 02-05-07-18-19-24-26-27-2932-34-38-43-45-46-47-54-58-70-7779-80
SMARTS Petoskey High School quiz bowl team adviser Bruce Koch (from left) and Brain Bowl hostess Kayla Barrows present the championship trophy for this year’s Brain Bowl event to North Central Michigan College team members Erick Haight, team captain Bob Marsh, David Payne and Susan Metzger. The annual team quiz competition took place Thursday at Petoskey High School, with entry fees helping support the high school’s quiz bowl team.
Group wants corporate donors to be revealed
LANSING (AP) — A Michigan group began collecting signatures Thursday for a ballot measure requiring far more disclosure of corporate donations so voters can see who’s making unlimited gifts to special interest groups. The Corporate Accountability Amendment would change the state constitution to require corporations as well as any group receiving corporate donations to identify who gave the money. A 2010 U.S. Supreme Court ruling enabled corporations and other well-financed donors to give unlimited money to political committees that don’t directly work with campaigns. The decision has resulted in political action committees known as super PACs pouring millions of dollars into the 2012 presidential race. Later court and government rulings have given the groups even more latitude by allowing donors to make unlimited donations with minimal disclosure requirements. Former Democratic secretary of state candidate Jocelyn Benson, who now heads the Michigan Center for Election Law at Wayne State University, is co-chairwoman of the effort to get the measure on the November ballot. Backers have until July 9 to collect the required 322,609 signatures. They say they’re aiming to collect 450,000. “It’s important to be able to see where the money is coming from,” Benson said. “Citizens know instinctively when their voices are being drowned out.” Michigan Republican Party spokesman Matt Frendewey said he can’t comment on the issue until the proposal’s language is known. “We would like to hear specifics, but so far nothing exists,” he said after Benson unveiled the measure at a Capitol news conference. “It was all rhetoric.”
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PBS makes this ‘Phantom’ phan’s day Babette Stenuis Stolz (231) firstname.lastname@example.org
’m not a fan of television and don’t watch the reality shows or the weekly dramas and sitcoms many live for from week to week. I find most of the offerings on TV a waste of valuable time, but one recent show had me glued to the big black box for three hours, even enjoying the commercial breaks. Thank goodness my sister called Sunday evening to tell me to turn on my TV, or I would have missed three hours of pure enchantment — “The Phantom of the Opera” at London’s Royal Albert Hall starring the awesome voices of Ramin Karimloo as The Phantom and Sierra Boggess as Christine, along with a cast and orchestra of more than 200. This fullystaged televised version of what I consider the greatest show of my lifetime appeared on PBS’s Great Performances. “Great,”
Babette Stenuis Stolz indeed; thank-you, PBS. I’ve seen “Phantom of the Opera” on stage four times ... albeit at less grand venues ... and never, ever tire of the story or the music ... oh, the music! ... “Angel of Music,” “The Music of the Night,” “All I Ask of You,” “The Phantom of the Opera,” “Think of Me,” “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again,” “Masquerade,” “The Point of No Return,” etc. etc. ... We have none other than Andrew Lloyd Webber to thank for these endearing lyrics and hypnotic melodies. I was in awe of every scene, every special effect and every song performed in the sumptuous Victorian splendor of London’s
Royal Albert Hall. Even the regular breaks for public TV fundraising were entertaining, and a good place to catch my breath. The PBS special was a celebration of Broadway’s longestrunning production’s 25th anniversary. According to broadwayworld. com, on Oct. 2, 2011, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and producer Cameron Mackintosh marked the 25th anniversary of their beloved musical extravaganza, “The Phantom of the Opera,” with a lavishly staged production at London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall that was beamed live via satellite to cinemas across the globe. The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall marks the
first time a live performance of the blockbuster musical has been made available for home viewing. Curtain call And, if this theatrical spectacle wasn’t enough, the final curtain call was followed by a special appearance by the man behind the music, Andrew Lloyd Webber himself, who introduced his “angel of music,” Sarah Brightman, and Michael Crawford, the original Christine and Phantom when the show opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London on Oct. 9, 1986. Viewers were treated to Brightman singing the hauntingly beautiful “Music of the Night.” To top off an already outstanding evening, Webber
then proudly introduced past Phantoms, Peter Jöback, John Owen-Jones, Anthony Warlow and Colm Wilkinson. These male vocal powerhouses were joined by Karimloo as they commanded Brightman to “Sing for Me, My Angel!” in a moving rendition of “Phantom of the Opera” that brought tingling goosebumps to every part of my body as Brightman hit those preciously, perfect high notes. This three-hour special was a fitting tribute to a quarter century of extraordinary success of “The Phantom of the Opera.” Every single minute of the time I spent in front of the television Sunday night was time well spent. Who says there’s never anything on TV worth watching? In case you missed it, “The Phantom of the Opera” at London’s Royal Albert Hall is scheduled for rebroadcast 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at the local PBS television station — WMCU-TV.
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THANK YOU, ONE AND ALL F or many, it was kind of like waiting for Santa Claus to arrive on Christmas morning. Last week, after Mother Nature dumped 18 inches of snow across Northern Michigan and knocked out power to tens of thousands across the state, including several thousand in Charlevoix and Emmet counties, it was the utility workers that many anxiously waited to arrive. It’s not often we have a storm of this magnitude in Northern Michigan. But it is a reminder of just how much we depend on each other when the going gets tough. Crews from both Great Lakes Energy and Consumers Energy brought in helping hands from across the Midwest to help get the lights back on as soon as possible. Yes, it did take time, and many were without power for more than six days. While it took time, and lives were disrupted during the wait, it’s unrealistic to think that these power companies can have this type of manpower
on the payroll all the time since these extreme situations are uncommon. With that said, we’re thankful for all those who stepped in and worked for days, many hours at a time, to help us get back to our routine. To the road crews who were out sanding and salting, clearing fallen trees and limbs, and making sure we could get from point A to point B — thank you. And then there was the overwhelming generosity that poured from every community. Neighbors helped neighbors dig out of their homes. Those lucky enough to have electricity opened their doors for friends. And area businesses, such as hotels and restaurants, offered discounts on meals and rooms for those looking for a warm meal and bed. Shelters also opened their doors. Sue Gengle of Charlevoix recorded a 28-inch snowfall at her home on Klooster Road in Charlevoix. And she credits her neighbor, Nate Klooster,
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WASHINGTON — It’s Lucy and the football, Iran-style. After ostensibly tough talk about preventing Iran from going nuclear, the Obama administration acquiesced to yet another round of talks with the mullahs. This, 14 months after the last group-of-six negotiations collapsed in Istanbul because of blatant Iranian stalling and unseriousness. Nonetheless, the new negotiations will be both without precondition and preceded by yet more talks to decide such trivialities as venue. These negotiations don’t just gain time for a nuclear program about whose military intent the IAEA is issuing alarming warnings. They make it extremely difficult for Israel to do anything about it (while it still can), lest Israel be universally condemned for having aborted a diplomatic solution. If the administration were serious about achievement rather than appearance, it would have warned that this was the last chance for Iran to come clean and would have demanded a short timeline. After all, President Obama insisted on deadlines for the Iraq withdrawal, the Afghan surge and IsraeliPalestinian negotiations. Why leave these crucial talks openended when the nuclear clock is ticking? This re-engagement comes immediately after Obama’s campaign-year posturing about Iran’s nukes. Sunday in front of AIPAC, he warned that “Iran’s leaders should have no doubt about the resolve of the United States.” This just two days after he’d said (to the Atlantic) of possible U.S. military action, “I don’t bluff.” Yet on Tuesday he returns to the very engagement policy that he admits had previously failed. Won’t sanctions make a difference this time, however? Sanctions are indeed hurting Iran economically. But when Obama’s own director of national intelligence was asked by the Senate intelligence committee whether sanctions had any effect on the course of Iran’s nuclear program, the answer was simple: No. None whatsoever. Obama garnered much AIPAC applause by saying that his is not a containment policy
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but a prevention policy. But what has he prevented? Keeping a coalition of six together is not success. Holding talks is not success. Imposing sanctions is not success. Success is halting and reversing the program. Yet Iran is tripling its uranium output, moving enrichment facilities deep under a mountain near Qom and impeding IAEA inspections of weaponization facilities. So what is Obama’s real objective? “We’re trying to make the decision to attack as hard as possible for Israel,” an administration official told the Washington Post in the most revealing White House admission since “leading from behind.” Revealing and shocking. The world’s greatest exporter of terror (according to the State Department), the systematic killer of Americans in Iraq and Afghanistan, the self-declared enemy that invented “Death to America Day” is approaching nuclear capability — and the focus of U.S. policy is to prevent a democratic ally threatened with annihilation from preempting the threat? Indeed it is. The new openended negotiations with Iran fit well with this strategy of tying Israel down. As does Obama’s “I have Israel’s back” reassurance, designed to persuade Israel and its supporters to pull back and outsource to Obama what for Israel are life-anddeath decisions. Yet 48 hours later, Obama tells a news conference that this phrase is just a historical reference to supporting such allies as Britain and Japan — contradicting the intended impression he’d given AIPAC that he was offering special protection to an ally under threat of physical annihilation. To AIPAC he declares that “no Israeli government can tolerate a nuclear weapon in the See KRAUTHAMMER on PAGE A5
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Much obliged Heart-felt thank you Editor: Brother Danâ€™s Food Pantry would like to sincerely thank all of our sponsors, bands, volunteers and all who attended our third annual Brother Danâ€™s Have A Heart Benefit on Feb. 12, held at the Emmet County Fairgrounds Community Building. They all came together in full force and offered tremendous support for a very worthy cause to help the less fortunate in our area. It is so rewarding to see all the hard work come
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hands of a regime that denies the Holocaust, threatens to wipe Israel off the map, and sponsors terrorist groups committed to Israelâ€™s destructionâ€? and affirms â€œIsraelâ€™s sovereign right to make its own decisions ... to meet its security needs.â€? And then he pursues policies â€” open-ended negotiations, deceptive promises of tough U.S. backing for Israel, boasts about the efficacy of sanctions, grave warnings about â€œwar talkâ€? â€” meant, as his own official admitted, to stop Israel from exercising precisely that sovereign right to
self-protection. Yet beyond these obvious contradictions and walk-backs lies a transcendent logic: As with the Keystone pipeline postponement, as with the debt-ceiling extension, as with the Afghan withdrawal schedule, Obama wants to get past Nov. 6 without any untoward action that might threaten his re-election. For Israel, however, the stakes are somewhat higher: the very existence of a vibrant nation and its 6 million Jews. The asymmetry is stark. A fair-minded observer might judge that Israelâ€™s desire to not go
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Robert L. Winegard, 86 Robert L. Winegard, of Petoskey, and former longtime resident of North Canton, Ohio, died on March 7, 2012, at Hiland Cottage, Hospice of Little Traverse Bay in Petoskey. Bob was born March 18, 1925, in Buffalo, N.Y., the son of Adam and Mabel (Russell) Winegard, and was raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Bob graduated from McMaster University in Hamilton, graduating with a degree in economics and excelling in finance and track and field. In 1964, Bob and his family moved from Canada to North Canton, where he worked for the Hoover Company, finishing his career in 1990 as vice president, controller of Hoover Worldwide. Bob loved North Canton and golfing with his friends and working in his garden. He recently moved to Petoskey to be with his son and his family. Bob lost Lea, his wife of 56
years in 2008. He will be remembered for his kindness and great wit. He is survived by his sister, Sondra Crawshaw, of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and her children, Donald, John and Diane Crawshaw; his son, Jeff and his family of wife, Julie, daughter, Lesley, and son, Paul; his daughter, Sharon and her family of husband, Ed, daughter, Lisa, and son, Alan. A private family service will take place in the summer. Those wishing to remember Bob are asked to consider making a donation to the Hiland Cottage of Hospice of Little Traverse Bay. The Winegard family wishes to express its deepest appreciation for the staff and caregivers at Northern Michigan Regional Hospital, Bortz Health Care and Hiland Cottage. Arrangements are in the care of the Stone Funeral Home of Petoskey.
Brianna R. Collins, 16 months Brianna R. Collins, 16 months, of Lewiston, Maine, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, March 6, 2012. She was born in Fort Hood, Texas, on Nov. 24, 2010, the daughter of Brandon and Alisha (Chapman) Collins. Brianna was a very happy baby and though she lived a very short life she will live on in our hearts forever. She loved to give hugs and kisses, play with her baby dolls and walk around in klinky shoes. She leaves her parents, Brandon and Alisha, of Lewiston, Maine; her big sister, Gabriella, of Lewiston, Maine; her paternal grandparents, Frederick and Paula Collins, of Lewiston, Maine; her maternal grandparents, Mark Chapman of Michigan, and Sonya Thompson of Michigan; aunts and uncles, Fred Collins II and his wife, Laura, of Auburn, Maine, Quinton Collins of Lewiston, Maine, Joshua Collins of Lewiston, Maine, and Kayla Chapman of Michigan; a
cousin, Aubry Collins, of Auburn, Maine; greatgrandparents, Eva Collins of Auburn, Maine, Shirl Brianna Collins and Althea Willey of Lewiston, Maine, and Ed and Carol Chapman of Michigan; and great-aunts and greatuncles, Julie and David Martel of New Hampshire, and Aunt Beverly Willie of Lewiston, Maine. Family and friends are invited to offer condolences and pay tribute to Brianna’s life by visiting her guestbook at www.thefortingrouplewiston.com. Visitation will take place 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Fortin Lewiston Funeral Home in Lewiston, Maine. A celebration of Brianna’s life will take place 2 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at the funeral home. Committal will be in the spring at North Auburn Cemetery.
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Wine Cellar party makes ‘Volunteer Connection’ The second Instant Wine Cellar party to benefit Char-Em United Way is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday, April 20, at Stafford’s Perry Hotel in Petoskey. The night will feature a chance to win a collection of wine or 99 bottles of Shorts Beer and will include live entertainment from Northern Michigan’s own Boyne River Remedy. Entry to the event is either a bottle of wine, a six-pack of craft beer, or $15. With the purchase of raffle tickets, guests have a chance to win an wine cellar or 99 bottles of craft beer from the donated beverages as well as many other fantastic prizes. Adding to the entertainment, will be a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. A committee of local, young professionals is organizing the evening to benefit Char-Em United Way’s Volunteer Connections program and hopes
Clarinetist Guillermo Marin shares Colombian music styles with the Charlevoix High School band class Thursday afternoon. He will be at the featured soloist with the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at the First Presbyterian Church in Harbor Springs. Tickets are available at the door. For more information, visit glcorchestra.org.
Ryan Nelson won the grand prize at the 2011 Instant Wine Cellar party to benefit Char-Em United Way. to bring awareness to the positive impact the organization has on the community. Ben Crockett, ad-
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Child Abuse Council receives $1,500 grant from Petoskey/Harbor Springs Community Foundation The Child Abuse Council serving Charlevoix and Emmet counties received a grant for $1,500 from the Petoskey/Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation to support its spring conference on children’s health as it relates to nutrition and physical activity. The Petoskey/Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation awarded the money through the Maude and Gorton Milliken Fund. The grant money will assist the council with keynote
speaker expenses, a book give away and conference scholarships. The child abuse council’s spring conference focuses on issues regarding the mental and physical wellbeing of children. This year’s topic was chosen directly from suggestions by last year’s conference attendees. Break-out sessions at the conference will touch on subjects such as helping kids with diabetes succeed, the stigma of obesity, and linking exercise with aca-
demic achievement. The one-day conference is open to the public. Additionally, the conference will provide continuing education credits to area nurses, teachers and social workers who work directly with local youth. The conference ties directly with the council’s mission to prevent child abuse and neglect through increased public awareness and education. For more conference information, visit www.UpNorthChildAbuseCouncil.org.
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Petoskey trophy shop will celebrate 30th anniversary in spring Stephanie Stelk Staff Writer
The Trophy Case, based in Petoskey, is g etting ready to celebrate its 30th anniversary this spring. Doug Piehl, a lifelong Petoskey resident and founder of The Trophy Case, opened its first set of doors in April 1982. â€œBeing involved in sports all his life, Doug saw a need for an awards and engraving store in Petoskey,â€? said Mike Piehl, Dougâ€™s son and the shopâ€™s current owner. Beginning at a Mitchell Street location, then moving to different Howard Street locations, the Trophy Case is now fir mly planted at 610 W. Sheridan St. With just three employees â€” Doug, Mike, and
Mikeâ€™s wife Nancy â€” this family-owned and operated business is Petoskeyâ€™s longest-running engraving and trophy business. â€œThere are other stores in Northern Michigan that do what we do, but not for as long as we have. Weâ€™ve seen them come and go over the years,â€? said Mike Piehl. The main products The Trophy Case produces are awards, trophies, plaques and engraving services. â€œWe also do name tags, interior and exterior signage, rubber stamps, vinyl graphics, glass engraving, promotional products, medals, ribbons and more,â€? said Piehl. Through the years, the business has evolved by adding new technologies, products and machinery in order to fit clients needs.
The staff at The Trophy Case in Petoskey includes (from left) Doug, Nancy and Mike Piehl. When Mike Piehl first joined the business in 1999, The Trophy Case added a laser engraving machine
and a second shortly after in order to keep up with product demands. Later, to expand the busi-
ness further, a vinyl cutter and sublimation â€“ full color transfer â€“ were added to supplement their sign business and allow for the creation of mugs, mouse pads, photos on metal and multi-color name tags. â€œAbout three years ago, we upgraded our rotary eng raving services by purchasing a new machine. This does a lot of out metal engraving and can do cups and bowls,â€? said Piehl. In tough economic times, the shop has faced some challenges, because customers havenâ€™t have the budgets they did earlier. Even so, T he T rophy Case has a dedicated customer base, which helps the shop continue to thrive and expand. â€œA majority of our cus-
tomer base is repeat â€Ś we build trust and confidence in our customers that their order will be done correctly and on time, every time,â€? said Piehl. Piehl added, â€œA g reat deal of pride goes into our work and good communication is important for a lasting customer relationship.â€? The 30th anniversary of the Trophy Case happens to also fall during one of their busiest times of the year, which makes Piehl optimistic for what the future holds. â€œOur future looks very bright â€Ś many new products become available every year, giving our customers a lot of affordable options. Iâ€™m very open to new technology in the awards industry,â€? he said.
Maker of Fender guitars files for $200 million initial public offering
NEW YORK (AP) â€” An instrumental piece of rock and roll history is going public. Fender Musical Instruments Corp., the maker of legendary guitars strummed by the likes of Buddy Holly, Jimmy Hendrix and Eric Clapton, filed papers Thursday for a $200 million initial public offering. Founded in 1946 by Leo Fender, the company created the Telecaster and Stratocaster guitars in the 1950s. The â€œStrat,â€? played by Hendrix, went on sale in 1954. It had a sturdy, allwood body that could stand
up to repeated abuse, making it popular in the rock and roll world. â€œThe Fender brand in particular is closely associated with the birth of rock 'n roll and has a strong legacy in music and in popular culture,â€? the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In its filing with the SEC, Fender said it's the country's biggest seller of electric, acoustic and bass guitars. It also makes amplifiers and other instruments including banjos, ukuleles and mandolins, and sells instruments under other brands such as
Squier, Jackson, Guild, Ovation and Latin Percussion. The classic Strat and Telecaster models are still made today, with prices ranging from a couple hundred dollars for a basic model to several thousand dollars for high-end and custom versions. Fender has been through several owners before its push to the public markets. In 1965, Leo Fender sold the company to broadcaster CBS Inc., which sold it to an investor group 20 years later. P r iv a t e e q u i t y f i r m Weston Presidio now owns 43 percent of Fender. Its
distributor in Japan, Yamano Music, holds the No. 2 stake with 14 percent of the company. Launching the IPO will help the company pay down its debt load of $246.2 million. Fender said it plans to use about $100 million of the IPO's proceeds to repay debt, with money left over for working capital. With sales in 85 countries, Fender said revenue could get a boost from growing interest in guitarbased music from emerging markets like China, India and Indonesia. But it warned that increasing popularity of other types
of music, such as rap or house, could hurt demand for its guitars. Guitars and amps make up nearly three-quarters of its sales. I n r e c e n t ye a r s, t h e Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company's guitars have been used by musicians from Bruno Mars to Shakira. The company plans to trade the shares under the â€œFNDRâ€? symbol on the Nasdaq, but didn't say how many shares the company and its shareholders intend to sell or set a price target on its stock. It also didn't say when it plans to go public.
With the overall stock market now trending up, the conditions for an IPO are improving and investors are looking upon the offerings more favorably. In recent weeks, several companies, mostly in the technology and Internet sector, have made splashes in their Wall Street debuts. Fender said it posted net income attributable to common stockholders of $3.2 million in 2011, from a net loss of $17.3 million the year before. Revenue grew 13 percent to $700.6 million from $617.8 million. J.P. Morgan and William Blair are managing the IPO.
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Lake Michigan town fears losing historic ferry John Flesher AP Environmental Writer
LUDINGTON â€” On many a summer evening, Jim Fay joins dozens of onlookers on this tourist townâ€™s waterfront, exchanging friendly waves with passengers and crew members as the S.S. Badger chugs into the harbor after a 60-mile voyage across Lake Michigan from Manitowoc, Wis. Itâ€™s a cherished ritual in Ludington, and its days may be numbered. The Badger, the nationâ€™s l a s t wo rk i n g c o a l - f i re d steamship, is under orders from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to stop dumping waste ash into the lake. Coal ash contains low concentrations of arsenic, mercury and other heavy metals, although itâ€™s not classified as hazardous. The ferry discharges more than 500 tons during a typical season from May to October, and operators say thereâ€™s no quick fix. If the standoff isnâ€™t resolved, the Badger could be grounded â€” a disheartening prospect in its home port of Ludington, which takes pride in its maritime history as do many Great Lakes coastal towns. The ship is also important to the economy, employing about 200 during sailing season. â€œItâ€™s rooted deep in this community,â€? said Fay, 64, whose father, like those of his closest boyhood pals, was a ferry crewman. â€œThe Badger is the last of its kind. I just hate the idea of losing it.â€? Up and down the shorelines, relics of history draw tourists by evoking nostalgia for a simpler time. The clip-clop of horses pulling carriages is a familiar
been part of their lives and their experience of being here in Ludington,â€? Mayor John Henderson said. But itâ€™s not always easy to keep one foot in the past while meeting modern standards. Regulators four years ago gave Lake Michigan Carferry, which runs the Badger, until this December to change its ash disposal method or fuel type. The company says itâ€™s working on a switch to natural gas but needs more time to retrofit the craft, which launched in 1953. Senior chief engineer Charles Cart says it could take up to five years. Lake Michigan Carferry insists thereâ€™s little if any har m from the coal ash, which is mixed with water to form slurry and piped overboard. It says an EPAcertified lab found the material is hundreds of times below hazardous levels. Tinka Hyde, water division chief with EPAâ€™s Chicago regional office, said the agency has questions about the tests and will review the Badgerâ€™s application for an extension. â€œIf they want to continue to operate, they will need to be in compliance with the Clean Water Act,â€? Hyde said. Environmentalists say the contaminants add up over time. And supporters of a rival company say the Badger shouldnâ€™t expect special treatment. â€œTheyâ€™re putting almost 8,000 pounds of ash a day into Lake Michigan,â€? said Steve Warmington, mayor of Muskegon, a city 60 miles south where a diesel-powered ferryboat called the Lake Express is based. â€œThereâ€™s no way in the world you can convince
sound on car-free Mackinac Island. In Saugatuck, a hand-drawn chain ferry dating from shortly after Michigan gained statehood in 1837 still traverses the Kalamazoo River. The village of Leland has â€œFishtown,â€? a tiny remnant of a commercial fishing village featuring weather-beaten shacks, smokehouses and charter boats. The Badger, a stout vessel with a wide smokestack and an open-air bow popular with sunbathers, is all that remains of a ferry fleet that hauled railcars across the lake for more than a century. Most of the boats met a sad ending in scrapyards by the late 1980s. The Badger survived when an entrepreneur refurbished it for leisure travel.
â€œItâ€™s rooted deep in this community. The Badger is the last of its kind. I just hate the idea of losing it.â€? Jim Fay, son of a ferryman The 410-foot ship now has dining areas and a movie lounge as well as many original features, including a mechanism that allows the captain to transmit orders to engineers below decks by moving brass levers on a dial. Rates vary, but a one-way trip for a family of four and their vehicle comes to about $200. Many townspeople are relatives or friends of former crew members. Others have fond memories of riding the ferries with parents or grandparents. â€œThe Badger has always
me thatâ€™s good for the lake.â€? Badger backers say the Muskegon mayor wants to scuttle a competitor, which he denies. In Ludington, businesses say grounding the Badger would be devastating. It hauls about 100,000 passengers and 30,000 vehicles a year, and many riders stay around long enough to shop, dine or stay overnight. A study by West Shore Com-
munity College near Ludington said the ferry pumps $35 million a year into the economy. Motel owner David Bourgette figures heâ€™d lose 25 percent of his customers without the Badger. â€œI care about our lake. But the carferry isnâ€™t doing that much damage,â€? he said. â€œIf there was one dinosaur left, would we kill it off just because it wasnâ€™t mixing in
just right?â€? A large, hand-painted Badger mural decorates the outside wall of Jerry and Sally Coleâ€™s downtown antique shop, where ferry memorabilia are on display in glass cases â€” placemats, playing cards, matchbooks. â€œThere are a slew of people who collect these things,â€? Sally Cole said. â€œIt shows how much the Badger means to the area.â€?
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‘SLEEPING BEAUTY’ The cast of the 2012 Petoskey elementary enrichment play pose for picture at Central Elementary School on the first day of practice. This year’s play is Disney’s “Sleeping Beauty” and will be performed at the Petoskey High School auditorium. Show times are 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 3-5, and 2 p.m. Sunday, May 6. The play is directed by Karen Mazzoline. Stephanie A. Asiala-Gross is the assistant director and Jerry Westerman is the musical director. The cast includes (first row) Fauna, Grace Garver; young Prince Phillip, Eero Gross; Queen Stefanie, Brook Tracy; King Stefan, Aaron Frampus; King Hubert, Emmett Jorgensen; Princess Aurora, Kalyn Bromley; adult Prince Phillip, Grant Tripp; (second row) Flora, Claire Simard; Merryweather, Sophie Nagi; Fairies, Alysia Anderson, Paige Simard, Chloe Nagi, Elena Sheperd, Louise Timm,
Sophie Waldvogel, Amelia Rothfuss and Gabrielle Grigsby; (third row) Goons, Brady Kimbrue, Matthew Kurtz, Liam Berigan, Sidra Brill, Megan Harris, Audrey Ratliff, Jacob Swan, Emma Daniel, Kenzie Haas, Ean Greer; Maleficent, Madysen Webster; (fourth row) Animals, Dana Jorgensen, Addison Hensley, Gabrielle Huhn, Madison Spencer, Sarah Liederbach, Korrie Haas, Katelin Dow, Alexandra Odenbach, Dierdre Smith, Paige Smith; (fifth row) Loyal Subjects, Daniel Bollinger, Evelyn Hartman, Tai Coveyou, Allison Williams, David Sheperd, Veronica Planck, Erika Crandell; Animals, Cara Poland, Emma Porath, Arianna Schwartzfisher, Emma Makela; (sixth) Guards, Abby Gray, Shelby Buchanan, Ben Bollinger, Nathaniel Arndt, Kyle Porath, AJ Ashley; Loyal Subjects, Kristian Reeb, Libby Waldvogel, Mamie Scholl, Haley Shampine and Annie Miller.
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Pinocchio, played by Patrick Sean McGeehan, 11, runs into a trouble on his way to school when he encounters Fox Sandor S. Swindle, played by Josh Meicher, 14, (left) and Cat Sidney, played by Kelsey Hubbard, 11.
‘Pinocchio’offers valuable lesson ... no lie Rachel Brougham (231) 439-9348 - firstname.lastname@example.org
t’s the story of a puppet — who proves he can be a boy — and in the process, learns a valuable lesson. The Little Traverse Civic Theatre’s production of “Pinocchio” opened Thursday, and runs through Saturday, March 17, at the Ross Stoakes Theatre inside the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Petoskey. The story, based on the children’s novel, “The Adventures of Pinocchio,” by Carlo Collodi, tells the story of a puppet, Pinocchio, whose nose grows longer when he tells a lie. With his clothes made of paper and his shoes of wood, Pinocchio comes alive and is forced to deal with situations his father and puppet maker, Geppetto, warned him about. Through his journeys, Pinocchio stumbles into trouble,
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but in the end, realizes what is most important — being a good puppet. The production, directed by Tonda Richey, features a cast of area children ranging in age from 7 to 18. The role of Pinocchio is played by Patrick Sean McGeehan, 11, a student at Petoskey’s Lincoln Elementary. Patrick’s
enthusiasm for the character and the story come through throughout the performance. Geppetto, the puppet maker, is played by 14-year-old, Christopher Taylor, a Village Co-op student. Christopher and Patrick make a great duo on stage. Each member of the cast — a large one made up of all local students — all stand out in their roles. The production is choreographed by Joyce Richey and Jenna Kellogg, both of whom also have on stage roles. In addition, both the set and the costumes are a great backdrop for the popular tale. “Pinocchio” runs FridaySunday, March 9-11, and again, Thursday-Saturday, March 15-17. Show times are at 7 p.m., and 2 p.m. on Sunday. All tickets are $10. To reserve tickets, or for more information, call (231) 348-1850 or visit, www.ltct.org.
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BOYNE CITY — Charlevoix County Girl Scouts will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first Girl Scout troop meeting in the United States by hosting a Centenary Promise Circle and sing-along for all past and present members of Girl Scouting 5:457:30 p.m. Monday, March 12, at the Boyne City Elementary School. As Girl Scouts across the nation celebrate the organization’s 100th birthday, Girl Scouts of the USA has declared 2012 the Year of the Girl. “This is an exciting and historic time for us,” said Gloria Lara, chief executive officer of the Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore, in a prepared release. “It’s the Year of the Girl, and we’re proud to be not only celebrating our rich history, but our bright future. In celebration of this milestone, we’ve initiated multiple programs and projects throughout our council, and we’re also joining together with Girl Scouts across the nation to raise awareness about the importance of girl leadership.”
ToGetHerThere Campaign Launched nationally on Jan. 31, 2012, ToGetHerThere is a multiyear fundraising effort organized by the Girl Scouts of the USA to create balanced leadership, equal representation of women in leadership positions in all sectors and levels of society, within one generation. The ToGetHerThere cause seeks to motivate all adult members of society, individuals, corporations, governments, and like-minded organizations, to do their part to support girls. For more information on ToGetHerThere and to sign the pledge visit ToGetHerThere.org.
Girl Scouts Forever Green Project The Girl Scouts Forever Green initiative is a global 100th anniversary initiative designed to improve the environment and protect natural resources. As part of this effort, Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore has committed to reducing plastic waste
by creating woven mats for communities in Haiti using plastic store grocery bags. The recycled mats are designed to help protect items being shipped to Haiti for disaster relief, and will also be used in schools, orphanages, medical centers and community gatherings to improve sanitary conditions as well as adding comfort. For more information on the Girl Scouts Forever Green initiative and to sign the pledge visit: www.gsmists.org/100.
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Initiative Girl Scouts has a long history of engaging girls in science, technology, engineering and math activities and encouraging girls to pursue these interests both in and outside of the classroom. In an effort to expose girls to opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math and to women leaders working in these fields, Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore will be hosting several STEM events throughout northern and western Michigan.
100th anniversary Throughout the year, Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore will be hosting several events celebrating the Girl Scout legacy, including a 100th anniversary gala celebration culminating the Year of the Girl in October 2012. “We have lots of new programming and initiatives for the girls this year, but we also want to celebrate with our Girl Scout family and the community,” said Lara. “We’re hosting several events including alumnae sing-alongs, community service projects, celebration events, a new 100th anniversary patch program for the girls, and more.”
For information on the Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore 100th anniversary celebration events, visit www.gsmists.org/100. The 100th anniversary is made possible by the Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore Centennial Anniversary Sponsor, Meijer, Inc.
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Breen â€” Boss
Members of Boyne Eta Nu gather at Litzenburger Place for the annual breakfast where they threw a party for the residents. Members are (from left) Nancy Shear, Char Wehner, Allison Mellon, Susan Light, Joanie Schumann, Marilyn Rhadigan, Lorraine Rauen and Martha McKernan.
Boyne Eta Nu gets helping hand from Girl Scouts BOYNE CITY â€” The Boyne Eta Nu Charities recently served the residents of Lizenburger Place a breakfast and a dinner. Eta Nuâ€™s breakfast chairwoman was Nancy Shear and committee members were Allison Mellon and Jan Basham with helpers, Susan Light, Martha McKernan, Lorraine Rauen, Marilyn Rhadigan, Joanie Schumann and Char Wehner. The dinner chairwoman was Phoebe Wietzke and committee members were Anne VanZandt, Martha McKernan, Bedonna Perish, Kathleen Sheean and
Char Wehner. Extra support was provided by Girl Scout Troop 10539 Cadettes, Lauren Fitzpatrick, Sydney Hausler and McKayla Neer, who set the tables and helped with room service by delivering meals to residents not able to attend. Leader Melanie Hausler said the Girl Scouts are planning on joining Eta Nu in Clowns for a Cause on the Fourth of July. The Cadettes helped Eta Nu with its Lights of Love fundraiser for Hospice of Northwest Michigan. They sang songs during the
holiday Lights of Love ceremony. Members who volunteered their time were Madison Bates, Lauren Fitzpatrick, Sydney Hausler, Samantha Hawver, Katie McHugh, McKayla Neer, Aurora Seelye, Hannah Smith, Alexis Weaver, Bella Wilson, Lizzie Yell and coleader, Michelle Seelye. Boyne Eta Nu Womenâ€™s Club members actively contribute to the Boyne area through many other service projects and fundraisers. Over the past 20 years, Eta Nu has contributed more than $150,000 to 35 different organizations in the
Boyne area. Projects evolve to meet the communityâ€™s changing needs, for example the â€œDress for Chill fundraiserâ€? which provides new coats and outerwear to Boyne elementary school kids in need. Currently Eta Nu chairwoman Joanie Schumann and Marilyn Rhadigan are planning a fashion show on Tuesday, May 22, at Staffordâ€™s Perry Hotel in Petoskey, with proceeds benefiting the Boyne Area Free Clinic, Boyne Dress for Chill, The Manna Food Project and Womenâ€™s Resource Center.
La Senorita site of fundraiser to benefit Council on Aging
A fundraiser to benefit the Friendship Centers of Emmet County, Council on Aging will take place Monday, March 12, at La Senorita in Petoskey. Patrons can enjoy lunch, dinner, or dessert between 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. and the restaurant will donate 20 percent of purchases to the Council on Aging, provided a â€œfiesta tokenâ€? is presented at the time of payment.
Tokens may be printed at www. emmetcoa.org or are available for pickup at the senior centers in Petoskey, Pellston, or Brutus. One token is required per bill. â€œThis is a great way for the community to collaborate in support of senior services,â€? says Lindsey Puroll, Friendship Centerâ€™s marketing and activities project director. â€œFamily and friends are able to enjoy a tasty
meal, a local business profits and our organization raises valuable funds to help keep Emmet Countyâ€™s aging population healthy, safe and happy â€” everybody wins!â€? Carryout orders and the purchase of gift cards are also part of the fundraising effort, so supporters need not dine in to participate. For more information, call (231) 347-3211 or visit the webpage.
Wilson and Judy Boss of Charlevoix are announcing the engagement of their son, Rob, to Megan Breen, daughter of Timothy Breen of Cromwell, Conn. Megan graduated from Western Illinois University in 2010 with a bachelorâ€™s degree in finance. She is currently serving as a first lieutenant in the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Ky. Rob graduated from Charlevoix High School in 2002, attended Northern Michigan University and graduated with a bachelorâ€™s degree in chemistry. He is currently the run game coordinator and offensive line coach at Northern Michigan University.
Rob Boss, Megan Breen
The couple met in Chicago while Megan was competing for the Equestrian Team at Western Illinois University and Rob was playing for the Chicago Rush (AFL). Their wedding will take place on Saturday, June 9, at Community Reformed Church in Charlevoix.
Sister makes terrible traveling companion Dear Annie: My niece, â€œTricia,â€? and I have always been close. Her mother (my sister) had a very traumatic life, and I often came to the rescue to be sure my niece was fed and protected. Tricia is now grown with two adult children and a fabulous home in Arizona. She has reunited with her first childâ€™s father after 17 years. They have decided to get married. My sister is jealous of my relationship with Tricia, although I have tried not to overstep. Now Tricia wants me to fly out and help her plan her wedding and select her gown. Twice, I have tried to visit her with my sister, but Sis does not do well in airports. Both times, she caused a scene. The first time, she refused to give up her cigarette lighter and yelled that it wasnâ€™t a bomb. You can imagine how well that went over. The second time, she was so drunk, she couldnâ€™t stand up. So how do Tricia and I enjoy this time without including my sister? I know how important it is for her to be part of the planning, but I
cannot put myself through her raving dysfunction a third time. I donâ€™t want to destroy my relationship Annieâ€™s with my sisMailbox ter. How do I handle this? â€” Auntie and Sister Dear Auntie: Your sister seems to be doing a pretty good job of wrecking her own relationships without any assistance from you. Her acting out at the airport may, in fact, be purposeful. Tell your sister you are going to Arizona and youâ€™d like her to be there, but you will not travel on the same plane. Offer to pick her up at the airport when she gets in. If she doesnâ€™t show up, be sure to include her by emailing or texting photos of the dresses as you are looking at them. Call for her opinion on whatever plans you are making. Her level of participation is entirely up to her.
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What Makes a Good Parent?
PHOTO BY TABITHA JAKEWAY
Harbor Springs High School freshman Sage Sorenson (from left) and seniors Laura Harrison and Ashley Green relax between classes with some challenged books. Disagreeable content that can lead to banishment ranges from racism to biased portrayals of capitalism to homosexuality.
Censorship in today’s media Tabitha Jakeway Maggie Kane Harbor Springs High School
HARBOR SPRINGS — We are instantly drawn to the forbidden fruit, whatever its form. Maybe this is what drives us to watch Jersey Shore, read J.D. Salinger and listen to Eminem. Entire shows on TV are peppered with “bleeps.” Books are being removed from schools across the country. Whatever happened to the First Amendment? Did it just fade away with changes in political correctness? “Literature has the power to shape the way we see the world, and this seems especially true with controversial books. They tend to tap into a side of ourselves that sometimes we’d rather not acknowledge is there. This makes it even more important that we bring these topics to the surface,” said English teacher Chelsey Poindexter. On just one website, adlerbooks.com, there are at least 90 books that have been banned from certain American schools at one point in time. As avid readers, we thank the American Library Association for bringing the plight of banned books to light during Banned Book Week. From Sept. 30 to Oct. 6, the First Amendment is celebrated by fighting for challenged or banned books. Because of controversial topics, both classics and current best sellers are feeling the fire. “It’s ridiculous,” said senior Kay Paige. “If you don’t want to read it, don’t check it out.” She also suggests that if a certain
book is required in the curriculum, maybe students can opt out of reading it with parental consent. The successful Harry Potter series has been criticized Tabitha by primarily reliJakeway gious groups for promoting witchcraft. Just four hours away, Zeeland public schools had Harry Potter removed from the shelves of libraries, banned from classrooms and future Potter purchases halted. In the Maggie past, local religious Kane leaders were just as critical of the series, encouraging youth groups to stay away. Harbor Springs librarian Thom Blanck agreed that just by putting a book on a banned list, curiosity increases. “The heart wants what it can’t have,” he said. Another popular kids’ series, The Hunger Games, is also under scrutiny. Because the movie version is being released this summer, its popularity and criticism has soared. Critics’ chief complaints are excessive violence. “As teachers, we have the right to judge an author for creating a moving plot about humanity or just writing for shock value,” said English teacher Chad Broughman. What about media that isn’t meant to enlighten its audience,
but simply to entertain? Aimed at an audience of teens and young adults, the MTV channel attracts 32 million people in America alone. It’s highly unlikely that this massive audience tunes in to hear witty conversations. In our opinion, why watch a television show that is mostly muted or covered with black boxes? “I can’t stand 16 and Pregnant,” said senior Ian Greene. “It’s sad to glorify the bad behavior of young people.” Even the Internet is a target of censorship. The Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect Intellectual Property Acts aim to protect companies from copyright infringement. Because of its vague wording, Big-Brother fears of the government controlling the Internet have been revived. Websites such as Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter would be deeply impacted because of the high content of copyrighted material. “(Censorship) is not necessarily good. It takes away a universal right: freedom of speech,” said senior Neewin Wemigwase. “SOPA and PIPA could have killed the Internet.” Whether it’s a book, a movie, a song, or a website, censorship is limiting freedom of speech and expression. An iron curtain has descended across America, whether for better or worse.
Tabitha Jakeway is a senior at Harbor Springs High School. She is the granddaughter of Carolyn Rostar. Maggie Kane is a senior at Harbor Springs High School. She is the daughter of John and Maria Kane.
In recognition of Parenting Awareness Month, the Child Abuse Council of Charlevoix and Emmet Counties is sponsoring the annual “What Makes a Good Parent?” drawing and essay contests for area second- and third-graders. Third-grade students were invited to participate in the essay contest with the hope of raising awareness of Parenting Awareness Month itself while encouraging youngsters to express what they feel constitutes a “good parent.” The winning essays are being printed in the Petoskey NewsReview each Friday during March. Second-grade students were invited to participate in the drawing contest using the same theme. The winning drawings are on display at the Petoskey public library this month.
By Reylin Sladics Charlevoix Elementary Do you know what makes a good parent? I know what makes my parents good. I know because they are always there for me and they love me very much. They will always be there for me no matter what. Here is some more ways why I love them. I love my parents because they Reylin Sladics feed me healthy foods. They feed me fruits, vegetables, dairys and grains all to help me grow and not get sick. They only time that I get candy is if I eat something healthy first. Another thing that my parents do for me is buy me seasonal clothes. That means that I wear things like sweaters in the Winter, long-sleeved shirts in the fall, tank tops in the Summer and short-sleeved shirts in the Spring. I would not wear a tank top in the Winter! And last but not least I love my parents because they save money to go on family trips! Every other year my family and my cousins family go to Disney World together. I love them for that because they use all that money to do something fun with us as a family! All of those reasons are why I love my family very much and they love me too. And I think that they love us no what!!!
Reylin is the daughter of Brian and Marcie Sladics of Charlevoix.
By Marissa Page Petoskey Lincoln Elementary They love us to peices but sometimes they need to get away for the weekend because they get stressed alot. They play ketch with us but sometimes our dad throws the ball too hard and we get hit in the nose! You usually run Marissa Page into the house and yell, “Mom, dad hit me in the nose and I think I broke it” and mom says back, “Get some ice.” They give us what we want. If you were at the store and you saw the brand new Lego set and you ask your mom, “Can I get the new Lego set, mom please its only $1.00 because its on sale?” And mom says, “Yes but you need to be good for the rest of the day.” “Okay.” I say. They give us nessedese like food, shelter, and clothing. They help us with our homework because they help us do projects. They help us correct our homework papers. They help us practice multiplication! If we didn’t have parents, we wouldn’t be here right now!
Marissa is the daughter of Elise and Tim Page of Petoskey.
By Hanna Herriman Charlevoix Elementary I think that my parents are good do you? I think my parents are good parents because they give me love and they take me on splended vocations. But the most important that there always there for Hanna Herriman me and when I’m at school and there not next to me it makes me sad cause I don’t get to see them so they can’t give me hugs and kisses. My parents give me medicine when I’m feeling low. They make sure I take a shower 4 times a week. They make sur I’m healthy, neat and clean. See that’s what I think makes a good parent love and kindness and that’s what my parents are like.
Hanna is the daughter of Bill and Kristen Herriman of Charlevoix.
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TIME FROM A1 wrote of his frustration at being awakened by the early-morning sun, and offered a proposed remedy. He observed that moving clocks ahead by an hour would let one sleep later, while also saving considerable candlewax by pushing back the time of sunset. National Geographic News noted that the concept didn’t enter widespread international practice until the World War I era. Looking to preserve energy resources for the war effort, Germany was the first country to adopt the practice in that era, with allies and enemies following suit. In the United States, federal law established standard yearly starting and ending points for daylight saving time in 1918. In those days, individual states could decide for themselves whether to adopt daylight saving time. But with resource conservation coming to the forefront again in the World War II era, the federal government made the practice mandatory nationwide — on a year-round basis, rather than just in the warmer months. Following the war, daylight saving time became optional again for the states, but today, all but two — Arizona and Hawaii — observe it. Indiana was the most recent state to adopt daylight saving time in 2006. The year-round daylight saving time schedule was scaled back in the postwar era, too, but made a return appearance during the 1973-74 Arab oil embargo. At that time, the policy helped the nation achieve a modest savings in electricity use. Starting and ending times for daylight saving time have varied through the years. Most recently, congressional action provided for a monthlong extension of daylight saving time starting in 2007. Energy conservation was once again the aim of the extension. But National Geographic notes that studies in recent years have shown mixed findings as to
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whether the policy delivers the desired energy results. Some advocates of daylight saving time see it as a way to promote healthier lifestyles by making it easier to schedule physical activities in daylight, National Geographic News notes, while others see potential for adverse health impacts. For example, studies by Till Roenneberg, a chronobiologist in Germany, indicate that circadian body clocks — guided by light and darkness — never adjust to the “extra” hour of sunlight at day’s end during daylight saving time. He noted that many people in the developed world are chronically overtired because their optimal circadian sleep periods don’t mesh with their sleep schedules — and believes the use of daylight saving time aggravates this.
Making the switch Technology in some modern clocks helps users avoid resetting steps when daylight saving time begins and ends. Such clocks automatically adjust to the proper time based on signals they receive from a remote transmitter — a time-saver for someone with a business such as Dittmar’s. All in all, though, Dittmar said his work when daylight savings time begins and ends isn’t as demanding as some might imagine. He figures he spends an hour or so at each changeover resetting some of Chronotech’s major clocks, and tends to the rest as time permits. Dittmar doesn’t even attempt to adjust the store’s much-larger quantity of watches at the changeovers. Occasionally, Dittmar’s shop helps customers repair damage that occurred to clocks during daylight saving time resetting. He noted that this is more common when clocks are moved back by an hour in the fall. “The general rule with an antique clock is, never turn it backward,” Dittmar said.
POLICE FROM A1 ful some of the new troopers will eventually be assigned to Northern Michigan and other rural posts around Michigan. “My understanding is some of the young troops will be coming up here,” said Michigan State Trooper John Ferguson, at the Petoskey Post. Because the Michigan State Police has shifted to a more mobile force, it now relies on greater inter-agency dealings with groups such as the Emmet County Sheriff ’s Office and Petoskey Public Safety on investigations, Ferguson said. “A lot of the way we have done policing in the past 95 years has been changed,” Ferguson said. “It hasn’t decreased our manpower (in Northern Michigan) at all. Our model is just different.” Ferguson said the new regional model helped recently solve a series of larcenies in the Pellston recently. “We see a lot of the benefits for the plan, but having more troopers will certainly help,” Ferguson said. Also critical for Norther n Michigan will be two measures that could have a direct impact on Northern Michigan drug abuse. Governor Snyder’s plan calls for lawmakers to pass new laws giving the Michigan Department of Community Health director
the power to outlaw designer drugs, such as synthetic marijuana replacements, that manufacturers change chemical makeups frequently to skirt state laws making them illegal. “The best way to ensure fulfilling futures for our children is to provide them with safe communities,” Snyder said in statement. “Working together across all levels of the public and private sectors, we’ll make sure the next generation of Michiganders has the rewarding opportunities it deserves.” “That’s going to be huge,” State Trooper Ferguson said. Terry Newton, director at Harbor Hall substance abuse treatment facility in Petoskey, agreed addressing designer drugs would have a big impact for the region. “A lot of K2, Spice and synthetic marijuana is evil,” Newton said. “I think there are enough drugs kids are having problems with, let alone doing this stuff. I support (the legislation) 100 percent.” A second piece of legislation, House Bill 4369, backed by Snyder would give the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs a system for monitoring controlled substances dispensed by prescribers. The department would then be able to identify potential abusers.
ABOVE: The steeple of St. Francis Xavier Church in Petoskey is seen Thursday, with one of the arms on the cross atop it bent back by nearly 180 degrees. The damage is believed to have occurred earlier this week. Judy Krussell, administrative assistant at St. Francis Xavier, said church staff weren’t sure what caused the damage, but suspect it may have been wind-related. LEFT: Although the wind blew the cross back into the appropriate position as seen today, Friday, March 9, St. Francis officials say the cross still needs to be fixed and are hoping to get a crane at the location as soon as possible.
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The two-horse team and carriage owned by the Ward Family Carriage Rides of Harbor Springs takes Sunday visitors around town at an old-time pace.
paid ventures, the city has had success with similar programs such as Street Musique in the past. “No one on council now knows why that (a prohibition on fee-based ventures) is in there,” said Richards. “These have been successf u l c a r r i a g e r i d e s t h at seem to be a popular attraction for the city.” The council’s discussion is a step toward a trial permission for the operator to see how the business will work. “There will be carriage rides, but it may be more in May and maybe September and October,” said Ward. “We’re not sure what it’s going to be yet. We weren’t going to really plan it out we knew we could.” Other business included the approval of three city planning commissioners to attend a course and the approval of buying office furniture, which had been included in the December budget. Also included was discussion of a special agree-
ment between the city and a homeowner for a special dispensation for a house that had a stone garage and stone retaining wall that goes a few feet into the road right of way behind the sidewalk. The dispensation would allow the homeowner to sell the home with the wall intact. Currently away from city council is council member Michael “Mick” Heinz, who has missed meetings because he is recovering from major surgery. C i t y ch a r t e r d i c t at e s that the seat of members who miss three meetings in a row is considered to be vacated, unless there are special circumstances. Council passed a resolution per mitting his absence because of the circumstances. Finally, Harbor Springs is in discussion with the Alanson library to be the library that provides services to the city until the district library issue has been settled, said Richards.
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Entire Pacific nation could move to Fiji Nick Perry Associated Press
Fe a r i n g t h at cl i m at e chang e could wipe out their entire Pacific archipelago, the leaders of Kiribati are considering an unusual backup plan: moving the populace to Fiji. Kiribati President Anote Tong told The Associated Press on Friday that h i s C ab i n e t t h i s we e k endorsed a plan to buy nearly 6,000 acres on Fiji's main island, Viti Levu. He said the fertile land, being sold by a church group for about $9.6 million, could provide an insurance policy for Kiribati's entire population of 103,000, though he hopes it will never be necessary for everyone to leave. â€œWe would hope not to put everyone on one piece of land, but if it became absolutely necessary, yes, we could do it,â€? Tong said. â€œIt wouldn't be for me, personally, but would apply more to a younger generation. For them, moving won't be a matter of choice. It's basically going to be a matter of survival.â€? Kiribati, which straddles the equator near the inter national date line, has found itself at the leading edge of the debate on climate change because many of its atolls rise just a few feet above sea level. Tong said some villages have already moved and there have been increasing instances of sea water contaminating the island's underground fresh water, which remains vital for trees and crops. He said changing rainfall, tidal and storm patterns pose as least as much threat as ocean levels, which so far have risen only slightly. Some scientists have estimated the current level of sea rise in the Pacific at about 2 millimeters (0.1 inches) per year. Many scientists expect that rate to accelerate due to climate change. Fiji, home to about 850,000 people, is about 1,400 miles south of Kiribati. But just what people there think about potentially providing a home for thousands of their neighb o r s re m a i n s u n cl e a r. Tong said he's awaiting full parliamentary approval for the land purchase, which he expects in April, before discussing the plan formally with Fijian officials. Sharon Smith-Johns, a spokeswoman for the Fijian government, said several agencies are studying Kiribati's plans and the government will release a formal statement next week. Kiribati, which was known as the Gilbert Islands when it was a British colony, has been an independent nation since 1979. Tong has been considering other unusual options to combat climate change, including shoring up some Kiribati islands with sea walls and even building a floating island. He said this week that the latter option would likely prove too expensive, but that he hopes reinforcing some islands will ensure that Kiribati continues to ex-
ist in some form even in a worst-case scenario. â€œWe're trying to secure the future of our people,â€? he said. â€œThe international community needs to be addressing this problem more.â€? Tong said he hopes that the Fiji land will represent just one of several options for relocating people. He pointed out that the land is three times larger than the
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Northmen win, draw Cheboygan in district opener
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— Hugh Smith scored 16 points and Ed White added 14 in his return to the lineup as the Petoskey High School boys basketball team defeated Alpena Catholic, 58-45. The Northmen drew Cheboygan in their district opener. — Harbor Springs upended Northern Michigan Class C Conference champion Pellston, 62-59. Paul Ramney scored 19 points to lead the Rams, while Stan Bodzick had 15 for the Hornets. — Charlevoix beat Boyne City, 63-44. Kurt Stan Martin scored Grangood 18 points to lead the Rayders, while Doug Grubbe had 10 for Boyne. In the firstround district matchups, Harbor Springs was scheduled to play Charlevoix, and Boyne was to take on Pellston. — Don Kullick scored 34 points and Leonard Puroll added 31 as Boyne Falls rolled past Mackinaw City, 79-42, to claim the Northern Lakes Class D Conference title. The Loggers got a little help from Cheboygan Catholic, which upended Wolverne, 57-51. Dave Woods scored 32 point for the Wildcats. Wolverine slipped into a second-place tie with Johannesburg, which topped Alanson, 70-52. Frank Armock tossed in 19 points for the Vikings. Boyne Falls drew Petoskey St. Francis as a first-round district opponent. — Petoskey Skate Club members Dave Krussell and Joan Budzynski won their respective divisions at the Michigan State Indoor Speed Skating Championships in East Lansing. Budzynski went on to claim the Wolverine Open the following day.
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PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — The Detroit Tigers won their sixth straight exhibition, drubbing a Tampa Bay Rays split squad, 8-1, today. Delmon Young hit a threerun home run, and Doug Fister pitched three scoreless innings for the unbeaten Tigers. The only hit Fister gave up was an infield single to Rays shortstop Reid Brignac in the third inning. Miguel Cabrera and Ramon Santiago had three hits apiece for the Tigers. Tampa Bay starter David Price left the game with minor neck spasms after the left-hander pitched two scoreless innings in his second spring start, giving up three hits with a walk and a strikeout. BRANDON HUBBARD / NEWS-REVIEW
Petoskey coach Dennis Starkey (left) talks to his players during a timeout Wednesday in a 55-43 Class A district semifinal victory over Marquette. Starkey
and the Northmen will play for a third straight district championship — and seventh in the last nine years — today, Friday, when they entertain Alpena.
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It all comes down to this. Four area high school boys basketball teams will play for district championships today, Friday, in what promises to be an exciting crescendo to an already-thrilling week. In Class A, Petoskey will look to claim its third straight district title and seventh in the last nine years when they play host to Alpena at 7 p.m. The Northmen, 21-1, reached tonight’s title game with a 55-43 semifinal win over Marquette on Wednesday, and a 61-38 openinground victory at Gaylord on Monday. Alpena, 13-9, defeated Traverse City West, 59-56, in Wednesday’s other semifinal. The Northmen enter tonight’s game riding a 42-game homecourt win streak, and are a combined 66-5 with three Big North Conference championships over the past three years. The Northmen won a Class B district title two years ago, and a Class A
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Sophomore guard Brendon Matelski (left) and his Boyne Falls teammates will face Bellaire 7 p.m. today, Friday, in a Class D district championship game at Boyne Falls High School. The Loggers are 20-1 and ranked sixth, Bellaire is 21-1 and ranked fourth.
Petoskey grad Garber ties for seventh
Petoskey graduate Joey Garber closed with a 2-under 70 in helping the University of Georgia men’s golf team to a runner-up finish in the University of South Florida Invitational at Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club in Dade City, Fla. Garber, a sophomore in his first season with the Bulldogs after transferring from Michigan, finished tied for seventh in the 17-team, 90-player event. Garber
shot 73-72-70 — 215, one shot behind teammate T.J. Mitchell, who tied for fifth at 214. Central F lorida won the tour nament with an 854 team score, six shots ahead of Georgia, which is ranked 23rd. Georgia is sched- Garber uled to play in the Maestro Invitational, a match-play tournament, in which the Bulldogs will square off against fourth-ranked South-
Wings recall Nyquist The Detroit Red Wings recalled forward Gustav Nyquist from Grand Rapids today. The move likely means that injured forward Todd Bertuzzi won’t play in Friday’s game against Los Angeles. Bertuzzi did not practice Thursday, nor did injured defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom nor goalie Jimmy Howard. Injured forward Pavel Datsyuk and defenseman Jonathan Ericsson did practice. Nyquist has one assist in five games with the Wings this season. He’s second in AHL rookie scoring, with 54 points (19-35).
Scott, Dufner share lead in Cadillac Championship
INDIANAPOLIS — Michigan will play Minnesota, and Michigan State will face Iowa today, Friday, in the Big Ten tournament. The Spartans were scheduled to tip off at noon, Michigan at 6:30 p.m. Andre Hollins had a careerhigh 25 points, leading 10th-seeded Minnesota to a 75-68 overtime win over Northwestern Thursday in a first-round game. The loss may end the Wildcats’ slim hopes of getting an NCAA bid for the first time in school history. JerShon Cobb scored 24 points to lead seventh-seeded Northwestern (18-13). Iowa topped Illinois, 64-61, behind Matt Gatens’ 20 points. The Spartans are seeded No. 1, U-M No. 2. If they win their Friday games, they will play semifinals on Saturday. MSU would play either Wisconsin or Indiana, the Wolverines would get Ohio State or Purdue.
Young homers, Fister looks strong in Tiger win
— Petoskey defeated Gaylord, 67-54, in a Class B boys basketball district opener, then fell to Cheboygan, 36-33, in the title game. Mike Davies scored 18 points in the loss to Cheboygan. — Charlevoix and Harbor Springs were to meet in the championship game of the Class C district tournament. The Rayders downed Onaway and Harbor topped Boyne City in semifinal games. Tim Carey scored 23 points and Bill Carey added 22 as the Rayders topped Harbor, 71-65, in the district final. — Jeff Alexander tossed in 27 points, leading Mackinaw City to an 81-70 win over Cheboygan Catholic in a Class D district title game. — Alanson defeated Boyne Falls, 79-62, to win a Class D boys basketball district championship. Ross Blumke had 27 to lead the Vikings. — Clarence Thomas of Onaway took the lead in the Sturgeon Division of the NewsReview Winter Fishing Contest
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ern California, on Monday. — Freshman guard Kerby Tamm had three points and an assist in 14 minutes in helping the Central Michigan women’s basketball team to a 58-55 victory over Ohio in a Mid-American Conference tournament game. Tamm, a Petoskey grad, did not play during the Chippewas’ 78-64 victory Thursday over Miami, a result that puts CMU in a semifinal scheduled for noon today, Friday, against Bowling Green. If CMU wins that game, it will play in the league title game 1 p.m.
Saturday, March 10, against either Toledo or Eastern Michigan. The Chippewas, 19-14, have won six consecutive games, the longest win streak for the CMU women since they won seven straight in 1987-88. — Freshman forward Cory Starkey had one rebound in seven minutes in helping the Bucknell men’s basketball team to an 8763 victory over Navy in a Patriot League Tournament quarterfinal game. See COLLEGE NOTEBOOK on PAGE B3
DORAL, Fla. — Playing only his sixth round of the year, Adam Scott faced a strong test Thursday at Doral and never looked better. In fierce and relentless wind on the TPC Blue Monster at Doral, Scott kept the ball in play and then hung on for dear life for a 6-under 66 that gave him a share of the lead with Jason Dufner in the Cadillac Championship. Charl Schwartzel and Thomas Bjorn were at 68, while the group at 69 included PGA champion Keegan Bradley and Steve Stricker. Tiger Woods began his round with a tap-in eagle on the par-5 first hole, but narrowly missed the fairways and had a tough time figuring out the wind and whether the ball would jump out of the rough. Woods badly misjudged the line of his chip on the 18th hole and closed with a bogey for a 72.
Two share lead at Puerto Rico RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico — Matt Jones and George McNeill topped the leaderboard at 6-under 66 in strong wind in the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open. Jones, from Australia, eagled the par-5 second hole and had five birdies and a bogey on the Trump International course. Ben Curtis was a stroke back, and Jeff Overton, Todd Hamilton, Kevin Kisner and Daniel Summerhays followed at 68. Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa, playing the event for the first time after failing to qualify for the World Golf Championship event at Doral, shot a 70. Michael Bradley, the winner in 2009 and 2011, opened with a 72.
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Hammerheads capture state championship
Harbor-based team unseats nine-time defending champion Midland
MIDLAND — Hannah Loesch set two state records and Chadd Maurer and Emory Fralick set one each in leading the Harbor Springsbased Hammerhead Swim Club to a first-place finish in the Michigan Team Swim League State Championships at Down High School. The Hammerheads edged Midland by just 28.5 points, breaking Midland’s nineyear reign atop the MTSL. It was the third state championship for the Hammerheads. The others came in 2002 and ’03. The Hammerheads finished with 1,656 points, while Midland had 1,627. Twentyone swim clubs from across the state were represented. The Charlevoix Stingrays placed sixth with 388. Each age group is scored seperately, and the Hammerheads placed first in five age groups. The age group points are combined for the overall score. The Hammerheads came in first in age 8-under girls, 8-under boys, 11-12 girls, 1314 boys, and 15-18 boys. Loesch, a Harbor Springs High School senior who will swim next season at Wayne State University, set meet records in the girls 15-18 200-yard individual medley, finishing 2 minutes, 11.61 seconds. She placed first in the event. Her time broke a mark that had stood since 1992. S h e a l s o wo n t h e 1 0 0 breaststroke in a state-record 1:08.24. Maurer, a Harbor S;prings junior, won the boys 15-18 200 IM in a meet record 2:04.95. The former record had stood since 1995. Fralick, also a junior at Harbor Springs, won the boys 15-18 breaststroke,
The Harbor Springs Hammerhead Swim Club won the Michigan Team Swim League state championship at Dow High School in Midland. Team members are front (from left) Stewart Osterlund, William Pizzuti, Charlie Pizzuti, Anthony Ouellette, Ava Baker, Suzy Carpenter, Annabel Wilder, Aiden Tanis, Leila Fettig, Alexis Glaser, Jacob Schornak, Alexi Hoffman; row two, Zachary Birchfield, Matthew Cooper, Lucy finishing in a meet record 1:03.36. Other Hammerheads winning individual state championships were Stewar t Osterlund, Anthony Ouellette, Charlie Pizzuti, Jacob Schor nak, Alexis Glaser, William Pizzuti, Emmy Jo Halvorson, Suzy Carpenter, Alexis Hoffman, Megan Novak, Aiden Tanis, Chadd Maurer, Hannah Loesch, Rebekah Loesch, Emory Fralick, Joshua Walker, Ben Hoffman, Kurtis Alessi, Scot Maurer, Micheal Gorman, Drew Smith and John-Mark Champion. Members of the Hammerhead age group teams that won their respective divisions. 8-under girls: Ava Baker,
Chamberlin, Connor Liddy, Tommy Frascone, Hailey Tanis, Zachary Wilder, Megan Harris James Walker, Hunter Gut, Kobe Wilder, Peter Keiser, Riley Schornak, Tori Cameron; row three, Isabella Ouellette, Billy Fettig, Natalie Gretzinger, Ben Hoffman, Devin LaFond, Abby Birchfield, Madison Wilder, David Paquette, Leo Ouellette,Thomas Gardner, Gabe Wilder, Reid Goble, Brooke Harris, Sydney Hintz, EmmyJo Halvorson, Zoe Basta, Lilly
Suzy Carpenter, Leila Fettig, Alexis Glaser, Alexis Hoffman, Megan Novak, Annabelle Wilder. 8-under boys: Stewart Osterlund, Anthony Ouellette, Charlie Pizzuti, William Pizzuti Jacob Schornak, Aiden Tanis. 11-12 girls: Zoe Basta, Abby Birchfield, Jillie Gretzinger, EmmyJo Halvorson, Brooke Harris, Sydney Hintz, Julianna Rose, Madison Wilder. 13-14 boys: Kurtis Alessi, Coope Carpenter, Billy Fettig, Michael Gorman, Ben Hoffman, Scott Maurer, Travis Seagmen. 15-18 boys: John-Mark Champion, Emory Fralick, Matthew Lively, Chadd Maurer, Drew Smith, Joshua Walker.
ABOVE: Hammerhead Megan Novak (from left), Ava Baker and Alexis Glaser gather after winning the girls 8-under 100-yard freestyle relay at the MTSL state championships at Dow High School in Midland. Novak, Baker and Glazer combined with Suzanne Carpenter (not pictured) to win the event. RIGHT: Hammerhead William Pizzuti takes a break after winning the boys 8-under 25 freestyle. BELOW: Chadd Maurer of the Hammerheads swims during the boys age 15-18 200-yard individual medley. Mauer set a state record — breaking a mark that had stood for 17 years — in winning the event.
Chamberlin, Natalie Gretzinger; row four, Hannah Loesch, Cooper Carpenter, John-Mark Champion, Joshua Walker, Matthew Lively, Michael Gorman, Travis Seagmen, Drew Smith, Scott Maurer,Emory Fralick, Chadd Maurer, Veniece Gretzinger, Kaitlyn Alessi, Kurtis Alessi, Danielle Paquette, Hayley Fettig Not pictured - Rebekah Loesch, Austin Rose, Juliana Rose. It was the Hammerheads’ first state championship since 2003. Hammerhead Hannah Loesch (foreground) swims to a win in the 200-yard individual medley at the Michigan Team Swim League championships. Loesch set two state records in helping the Hammerheads to the state title.
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High school basketball
St. Mary, McBain win regional crowns Matt Wenzel
Class C At Inland Lakes McBain 72, Kalkaska 63
Gaylord Herald Times
PELLSTON — Gaylord St. Mary earned its first girls basketball regional championship since 2002 Thursday in convincing fashion, defeating Posen, 64-50, at Pellston High School. “A year ago we were sitting in that locker room very disappointed and it was a motivation for this year,” said St. Mary coach Kevin Foster, whose team lost in the regional final to Brimley last season. “This has been a goal all year and I couldn’t be prouder of the ladies. They have been working hard and we got to this point and we pulled it out tonight.” St. Mary, 23-1 and ranked third in the Associated Press Class D state poll, advances to a state quarterfinal game on Tuesday, March 16, against Crystal Falls Forest Park, 20-5, at Sault Ste. Marie High School. Forest Park advanced with a 50-47 win over No.
Gaylord St. Mary players and fans celebrate the Snowbirds’ Class D regional title Thursday at Pellston High School. MATT WENZEL/GAYLORD HERALD TIMES
1-ranked Bark River-Harris. Kari Borowiak scored 18 points to lead the Snowbirds. Korynn Hincka scored 20 points and Ashley Myers added 15 for Posen, which finished 20-3. St. Mary opened up a 33-20 halftime lead. Posen never got closer than eight points in the second half.
CLASS C INDIAN RIVER — Brittany Watson scored 24 points and Meredith Hamlet added 17 Thursday as McBain outgunned Kalkaska, 72-63, in a Class C girls basketball regional championship game at Inland Lakes High School. The teams combined for 20 3-pointers, 12 by the Blazers, who finished 21-4.
McBain, 22-1 and ranked eighth, advances to a state quarterfinal game on Tuesday, March 16, against St. Ignace at Sault Ste. Marie. St. Ignace, 24-0 and ranked third, advanced with a 7069 win over Houghton on Thursday. The Saints are the defending state champions. Kelli Guy hit five triples en route to a game-high 26 points for Kalkaska.
poll, while the Loggers are ranked sixth. Bellaire handed Boyne Falls its only loss of the season, 51-49, in the second game of the year. Boyne Falls is seeking its first district title since 2006. Boyne Falls reached the title game with a 52-40 win over Central Lake on Wednesday, while Bellaire has recorded blowout wins over both Ellsworth and Alba to punch its ticket to the final. The winner advances to the Bellaire regional where it will play either McBain Northern Michigan Christian, 17-4, or Buckley, 10-11, in a semifinal game 8 p.m. Monday, March 12. McBain NMC and Buckley play tonight in McBain. The other half of the regional bracket at Bellaire comprises winners of the Leland and Manistee Catholic Central districts. The winners of those districts will meet in Monday’s first regional semifinal at 6 p.m. The regional title game is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14. At Leland tonight, Leland, 14-8, takes on Lake Leelanau St. Mary, 10-11; while Frankfort, 10-11, and Bear Lake, 19-3, meet in the district title game at Manistee Catholic Central. — Also in Class D tonight, Pellston will look to earn
its second straight district championship when they play host to Harbor Light Christian. The Hor nets, 20-1 and ranked second by the AP, rolled by Mackinaw City, 6216, in a semifinal game on Monday. Harbor Light, 7-14, defeated Alanson, 69-33, in their semifinal matchup. Tonight’s matchup — a rematch of last year’s district final — is the first of the season between the Hornets and Swordsmen. The Pellston district winner advances to the Gaylord regional where it will play the winner of the Onaway district in a semifinal game 6 p.m. Monday, March 12. Gaylord St. Mary, 12-10, and Rogers City, 8-12, will meet tonight in the district final at Onaway. The other side of the Gaylord regional bracket features winners of the Hale and Pickford districts. Those two teams will play the second regional semifinal on Monday night. The regional title game is slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14. Cedarville, 17-4, squares off with Brimley, 14-8, in tonight’s district final at Pickford. Posen, 19-3, and Hale, 12-8, meet tonight in the district final at Hale. Regional champions advance to state quarterfinal games on Tuesday, March 20.
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crown last year. Alpena is seeking its first district championship since 2009. Petoskey won both regular-season meetings, 67-51, in Alpena on Jan. 19, and 6957 in Petoskey Feb. 25. The game will be broadcast live on WMBN-AM 1340. The district champion advances to the regional hosted by Grandville and will play either Grand Haven, 12-10, or Muskegon, 11-10, at 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal at Traverse City Central High School. The other half of the Grandville regional features the winners of the Rockford and Jenison districts. At Rockford tonight, the Rams, 17-5, play Grand Rapids Northview, 15-7; while Hudsonville, 16-5, and Jenison, 8-14, will play for the district crown at Jenison. The Hudsonville-Jenison winner will play the Rockford-Northview winner in a regional semifinal on Monday at Grandville. The regional final is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at Grandville. Also tonight: — In Class C at Charlevoix, Boyne City will look to win a second district title in three years when it takes on Lake Michgan Conference rival Elk Rapids at 7 p.m.
GIRLS REGIONAL FINAL SCORES Thursday, March 8 Class A At Rockford Grand Haven 56, Gr. Rapids Northview 37
The Ramblers, 16-6, advanced to the title game with a 71-60 victory Wednesday over host Charlevoix, while Elk Rapids, 15-6, defeated defending district champion Harbor Springs, 60-44, in their semifinal. Elk Rapids won both regular-season meetings with Boyne, 61-54 at Boyne City on Jan. 10, and 75-63 at Elk Rapids Feb. 14. The Elk Rapids-Boyne City winner advances to the Traverse City West regional and will play either Traverse City St. Francis, 202, or Kalkaska, 1-20, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 12. Also coming to the West regional will be winners of the Oscoda and Clare districts. Johannesburg-Lewiston, 6-16, and Lincoln Alcona, 183, meet tonight in Oscoda. At Clare tonight, Clare, 20-1, plays host to McBain, 19-3. Those winners will play in a regional semifinal at West 6 p.m. Monday. T h e re g i o n a l f i n a l i s scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 at West. — In Class D tonight, the long-awaiting and mucha n t i c i p a t e d s h ow d ow n between Boyne Falls and Bellaire will take place at Boyne Falls High School. The Loggers, 20-1, and Eagles, 21-1, will square of f at 7 p.m. Bellaire is ranked fourth in the Associated Press Class D state
Class D At Pellston Gaylord St. Mary 64, Posen 50 Class D At Traverse City West Leland 50, McBain N. Mich. Christian 30 STATE QUARTERFINALS All games 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 13 Class A Grand Haven vs. East Lansing at Lansing Everett Detroit Martin Luther King vs. Inkster at University of Detroit, 5:30 p.m. Ann Arbur Huron vs. Saginaw Arthur Hill at Grand Blanc Waterford Kettering vs. Grosse Pointe South at University of Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Class B Grand Rapids Cath. Cent. vs. Wayland Union at Vicksburg Gladstone vs. Freeland at Alma College Goodrich vs. Detroit Country Day at North Branch Dearborn Divine Child vs. Marshall at Ann Arbor Skyline Class C Grosse Pte. Woods Univ. Liggett vs. Riverview Gabriel Richard at Milford Concord vs. Niles Brandywine at Bangor St. Ignace vs. McBain at Gaylord Sagainw Nouvel vs. Morley-Stanwood at Ithaca Class D Leland vs. Portland St. Patrick at Muskegon Reeths-Puffer Saginaw Mich. Luth. Seminary vs. Waterford Our Lady at Waterford Kettering Lansing Christian vs. Athens at Jackson Crystal Falls Forest Park vs. Gaylord St. Mary at Sault Ste. Marie STATE SEMIFINALS/FINALS Semifinals Thursday, March 15 Class D Leland-Portland St. Patrick winners vs. Waterford Our Lady-Saginaw Mich. Luth. Seminary winner, 6 p.m. Lansing Christian-Athens winner vs. Gaylord St. Mary-Forest Park winner, 7:50 p.m. Class C Univ. Liggett-Gabriel Richard winner vs. Concord-Niles Brandywine winner, 1 p.m. St. Ignace-McBain winner vs. Nouvel/ Morley-Stanwood winner, 2:50 p.m. Friday, March 16 Class A Grand Haven-East Lansing winners vs. Detroit King-Inkster winner, 1 p.m. Ann Arbor Huron-Saginaw Arthur Hill winner vs. Waterford Kettering-Grosse Pointe South winner, 2:50 p.m. Class B Gr. Rapids Cath. Central-Wayland Union winner vs. Gladstone-Freeland winner, 6 p.m. Goodrich-Country Day winner vs. Divine Child-Marshall winner, 7:50 p.m. Finals Saturday, March 17 Class D, 10 a.m. Class A, noon Class C, 4 p.m. Class B, 6 p.m.
BOYS DISTRICT PAIRINGS/RESULTS Class A Monday, March 5 Petoskey 61, Gaylord 38 Alpena 59, T.C. Central 36 Wednesday, March 7 Petoskey 55, Marquette 43 Alpena 59, T.C. West 56 Friday, March 9 Championship, Alpena, 13-9, at Petoskey, 21-1, 7 p.m. District champion advances to regional hosted by Grandville. It will play either Grand Haven, 12-10, or Muskegon, 11-10, 7 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal at Traverse City Central High School. Class C At Charlevoix Monday, March 5 Boyne City 40, East Jordan 27 Harbor Springs 72, Mancelona 49 Wednesday, March 7 Elk Rapids 60, Harbor Springs 44 Boyne City 71, Charlevoix 60 Friday, March 9 Championship, Boyne City, 16-6, vs. Elk Rapids, 15-6, 7 p.m. District champion advances to regional at Traverse City West. It will play either Traverse City St. Francis, 20-2, or Kalkaska, 1-20, 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal. Class C Host: Oscoda Monday, March 5 Johannesburg-Lewiston 48, Inland Lakes 47 Wednesday, March 7 Jo-burg 63, Oscoda 44 Lincoln Alcona 51, Tawas, 44 Friday, March 9 Championship, Jo-burg, 6-16, vs. Lincoln Alcona, 18-3, 7 p.m. District champion advances to the regional at Traverse City West. It will play either Clare, 20-1, or McBain, 19-3, 6 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal.
Class D At Boyne Falls Monday, March 5 Bellaire 74, Ellsworth 31 Wednesday, March 7 Bellaire 71, Alba 33 Boyne Falls 52, Central Lake 40 Friday, March 9 Championship, Boyne Falls, 20-1, vs. Bellaire, 21-1, 7 p.m. District champion advances to the regional at Bellaire. It will play either Buckley, 10-11, or McBain Northern Michigan Christian, 17-4, 8 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal. Class D At Pellston Monday, March 5 Pellston 62, Mackinaw City 16 Harbor Light 69, Alanson 33 Friday, March 9 Championship, Harbor Light, 7-14, vs. Pellston, 20-1, 7 p.m. District champion advances to the regional at Gaylord. It will play either Gaylord St. Mary, 12-10, or Rogers City, 8-12, 6 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal. Class D At Onaway Monday, March 5 Gaylord St. Mary 79, Burt Lake NMCA 77 Wednesday, March 7 St. Mary 58, Wolverine 34 Rogers City 67, Onaway 49 Friday, March 9 Championship, St. Mary 12-10, vs. Rogers City, 8-12, 6 p.m. District champion advances to the regional at Gaylord. It will play either Pellston, 20-1, or Harbor Light, 7-14, 6 p.m. Monday, March 12, in a regional semifinal.
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with a 92-pound catch. Thomas speared the sturgeon on Mullett Lake.
30 YEARS AGO
— It was a clean sweep of state titles at Crystal Mountain for the Petoskey High School boys and girls ski teams. Rick Kutcipal led the Northmen boys, while Marlee Brown led the girls. It was a state-record third consecutive championship for the Northmen girls. — Petoskey wrestlers Jim Pemberton and Jim Haggerty qualified for the Class B state tournament at Ferris State College after posting 351 and 24-7 season records, respectively. Charlevoix wrestlers Greg Whitley and Allan Bergmann qualified for the Class C-D state tournament in Middleville. Whitley went in with a 35-2 record, while Bergmann was 26-8. — Charlevoix and Boyne City were tied for the Michigan-Huron Shores Conference lead after the Rayders beat Rogers City, 65-40, and
the Ramblers handled Gaylord, 66-57. Chris Drury had 14 points to lead Charlevoix, while All-Stater Brian Vroman had 18 points to key Boyne’s victory. — Alanson cruised past Johannesburg, 84-54, to nail down its fourth Northern Lakes Division boys basketball title in five seasons. Doug Gerber and Mark Lewis combined to score 51 points in leading the Vikings.
20 YEARS AGO
— The No. 2 ranked Petoskey girls’ ski team would win their sixth overall state championship, their first since 1984, by 64 points over No. 1 -anked Traverse City. The Northmen were led by Libby Kuticipal’s perfomance in the slalom and giant slalom. — Four Petoskey High School wrestlers, Chris Johnecheck, Noah Yell, Jim Lasley and Jason Richie, qualified for the Class B state tournament. It marked the second consecutive
state finals appearance for Johnecheck, and the four state qualifiers was an alltime high for the Petoskey program. Charlevoix Jason Pajtas also qualified for the final. — The Inland Lakes High School volleyball team captured its sixth consecutive district title, rolling past Johannesburg-Lewison, 15-6, 15-1, in the final. Niki Davis, Onnaly Everingham and Amy Wilderspin led the Bulldogs. — Intermediate skater John Brecheisen of Petoskey won the 1500-, 500-, 1000-, and 777-meter races at the Michigan State Indoor Speed Skating Championships. — Boys basketball district pairings were announced: Petoskey would face Sault Ste. Marie in Class B, while Harbor Springs was to take on Mancelona in Class C. Boyne City, Charlevoix, and East Jordan each had a first-round bye in the Class C tournament, which was scheduled for the Harbor
Springs High School gym for the first time in some three decades.
10 YEARS AGO
— The Petoskey volleyball team went a long way — all the way to Kingsford in the Upper Peninsula — to claim a fourth consecutive Class B district championship. The Northmen beat Cheboygan, 15-2, 15-8, in the title match. It avenged a loss to the Chiefs earlier in the season at the St. Ignace Invitational. Michelle Martinchek, Erin Fralick and Ellen Foltz were the Northmen standouts. — Amanda Lechowicz and Amber Lechowicz led Pellston to its third consecutive volleyball district title. The Hornets were ranked third in the Class D state coaches poll. — First-year coach Tammy VanAntwerp was brought to tears as her Wolverine volleyball team won its third straight district title. Monica Stevens and
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Starkey, a Petoskey grad, played three minutes in a 79-52 tournament semifinal win over Lafayette. Bucknell, the Patriot League regular-season champion and the No. 1 seed in the tournament, fell Wednesday in the tournament title game to Lehigh, 82-77. By winning the league regular-season crown, the Bison gained a berth into the National Invitational Tournament. They will find out their first-round opponent
when the tournament field is unveiled on Sunday night. — Petoskey grad Erin Clutter, a freshman on the Alma College women’s tennis team, won four singles matches during the Scots’ spring trip to Florida. Clutter, playing No. 2 singles, dropped just one of nine sets during the four matches, and improved to 4-2 on the season. Clutter also played a match at No. 1 doubles, posting an 8-1 win over Capital (Ohio).
— Kristi Ellis, a sophomore on the Texas Lutheran women’s track & field team, was named the American Southwest Conference Women’s Track & Field Athlete of the week. Ellis, a Petoskey grad, won the high jump at the Trinity Open in San Antonio, tying the Texas Lutheran record with a leap of 5 feet, 5 3/4 inches. Ellis will attempt to qualify for the 2012 NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field
Championships on Friday, March 9, at the Last Chance Meet at the University of Arkasas. — Chad Ellis, a 2008 Petoskey grad, was selected to the All-American Southwest Conference All-Academic football team. Ellis, a 6-foot-2, 225-pound linebacker, recorded 12 tackles including one sack, and recovered a fumble during his senior year, which was limited to six games because of injury.
Karly Vroman were the Wildcats’ standouts. — Charlevoix completed a perfect 20-0 boys basketball regular season with a 100-67 Lake Michigan Conference win over Traverse City St. Francis. Jim Shepherd led the Rayders with 22 points. The game marked the last
game at the old Charlevoix High School gym. — Petoskey dropped a 5742 decision to Kalkaska in a Class B boys basketball district opener. In Class C games, Charlevoix rolled past Harbor Springs, 98-53; and East Jordan topped Mancelona, 68-60.
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EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 66 42 17 7 91 181 141 Pittsburgh 66 40 21 5 85 212 170 Philadelphia 66 38 21 7 83 218 193 New Jersey 67 38 24 5 81 189 177 N.Y. Islanders 67 28 30 9 65 156 200 Northeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Boston 66 40 23 3 83 217 155 Ottawa 69 36 25 8 80 213 202 Buffalo 68 31 29 8 70 167 191 Toronto 67 30 30 7 67 200 209 Montreal 68 26 32 10 62 179 192 Southeast Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Florida 66 31 23 12 74 163 189 Washington 67 33 28 6 72 178 190 Winnipeg 68 32 28 8 72 178 190 Tampa Bay 67 31 29 7 69 189 229 Carolina 67 25 27 15 65 177 203 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA St. Louis 68 43 18 7 93 177 133 Detroit 67 43 21 3 89 211 156 Nashville 67 39 21 7 85 192 173 Chicago 68 36 25 7 79 203 200 Columbus 67 22 38 7 51 159 217 Northwest Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Vancouver 68 42 18 8 92 214 168 Colorado 69 35 30 4 74 180 185 Calgary 67 30 25 12 72 164 185 Minnesota 68 29 29 10 68 147 189 Edmonton 67 26 35 6 58 178 203 Pacific Division GP W L OT Pts GF GA Dallas 68 37 26 5 79 183 183 Phoenix 68 33 25 10 76 175 173 San Jose 66 33 24 9 75 184 170 Los Angeles 67 31 24 12 74 148 146 Anaheim 68 29 29 10 68 171 191 NOTE: Two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Thursday's Games Dallas 4, San Jose 3, SO Minnesota 3, Phoenix 2, SO Boston 3, Buffalo 1 New Jersey 5, N.Y. Islanders 1 Philadelphia 5, Florida 0 Washington 3, Tampa Bay 2, OT Columbus 3, Los Angeles 1 Ottawa 4, N.Y. Rangers 1 St. Louis 3, Anaheim 1 Nashville 4, Colorado 2 Montreal 5, Edmonton 3 Vancouver 3, Winnipeg 2 Friday's Games Los Angeles at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Florida at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Winnipeg at Calgary, 9 p.m. Saturday's Games Detroit at Nashville, 8 p.m. Washington at Boston, 1 p.m. Edmonton at Colorado, 3 p.m. Philadelphia at Toronto, 7 p.m. Buffalo at Ottawa, 7 p.m. New Jersey at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Carolina at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Columbus at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Anaheim at Dallas, 8 p.m. San Jose at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Montreal at Vancouver, 10 p.m.
AUTO RACING 1:30 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Nationwide Sam’s Town 300 practice 3 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400 practice 5 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Nationwide Sam’s Town 300 final practice 6:30 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400 pole qualifying CYCLING 4:30 p.m. NBCSN — Paris-Nice, stage 6 (tape) GOLF 2 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour-WGC Cadillac Championship 6:30 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open (tape) BASEBALL 3 p.m. WGN — Preseason, Chic. Cubs vs. Chic. White Sox MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon ESPN — Big Ten Trn., Michigan St. vs. Iowa Noon ESPN2 — ACC Trn., North Carolina vs. Maryland 2 p.m. ESPN — Big Ten Trn., Wisconsin vs. Indiana 2 p.m. ESPN2 — ACC Trn., Virginia vs. North Carolina St. 6:30 p.m. BIG TEN — Big Ten Trn., Michigan vs. Minnesota 7 p.m. ESPN — Big East Trn., Syracuse vs. Cincinnati 7 p.m. ESPN2 — ACC Trn. Duke vs. Clemson/Virginia Tech 9 p.m. BIG TEN — Big Ten Trn., Ohio State vs. Purdue 9 p.m. ESPN — Big East Trn., Louisville/Marquette vs. Notre Dame/South Florida 9 p.m. ESPN2 — ACC Trn., Florida St. vs. Miami/Georgia Tech 9 p.m. FSN — Pac-12 Trn., Oregon St. vs. UCLA/Arizona 11:30 p.m. FSN — Pac-12 Trn., Stanford/Cal. vs. Colorado/Oregon MEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY 7:30 p.m. NBCSN — Hockey East Trn., teams TBD NBA 7:30 p.m. FSD Plus — Atlanta at Detroit NHL 7:30 p.m. FSD — Los Angeles at Detroit WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 1 p.m. FSN — Big 12 Trn., teams TBD 3:30 p.m. FSN — Pac-12 Trn., teams TBD SATURDAY AUTO RACING 12:30 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400 practice 1:30 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Nationwide Sam’s Town 300 pole qualifying 3 p.m. SPEED — NASCAR Sprint Cup “Happy Hour Series ” Kobalt Tools 400 final practice 5 p.m. ESPN2 — NASCAR Nationwide Sam’s Town 300 BOXING 10 p.m. SHO — Featherweights, Mikey Garcia (27-0-0) vs. Bernabe Concepcion (29-5-1); champion Orlando Salido (37-112) vs. Juan Manuel Lopez (31-1-0), for WBO featherweight title CYCLING 3 p.m. NBCSN — Paris-Nice, stage 7 (tape) GOLF Noon GOLF — PGA Tour-WGC Cadillac Championship 2 p.m. NBC — PGA Tour-WGC Cadillac Championship 6:30 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open, (tape) BASEBALL 3 p.m. WGN — Preseason, Chicago Cubs vs. Milwaukee COLLEGE TRACK & FIELD 1:30 p.m. BIG TEN — Indoor Championships MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 11 a.m. ESPN2 — America East Trn., teams TBD 11:30 a.m. CBS — Conference USA, teams TBD 1 p.m. ABC — Southeastern Conference Trn., teams TBD 1 p.m. ESPN — ACC trn., teams TBD 1 p.m. ESPN2 — Mid-Eastern Athletic Conf. Trn., teams TBD 1:40 p.m. CBS — Big Ten Trn., Michigan St./Iowa vs. Wisconsin/ Indiana 3 p.m. ABC — Southeastern Conference Trn., teams TBD 3 p.m. ESPN — ACC trn., teams TBD 3 p.m. ESPN2 — Southland Conference Trn., teams TBD 4 p.m. CBS — Big Ten Trn., Michigan/Minnesota vs. Ohio State/ Purdue 5:30 p.m. ESPN — Big 12 Trn., teams TBD 6 p.m. CBS — Pac-12 Trn., teams TBD 7 p.m. NBCSN — Mountain West Trn., teams TBD 8 p.m. ESPN2 — Mid-American Trn., teams TBD 9 p.m. ESPN — Big East Trn., teams TBD 10 p.m. ESPN2 — Big West Trn., teams TBD 12 Mid. ESPN2 — WAC Trn., teams TBD NBA 7:30 p.m. FSD Plus — Toronto at Detroit 8 p.m. WGN — Utah at Chicago NHL 8 p.m. FSD — Detroit at Nashville WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon FSN — Big 12 Trn., teams TBD 2:30 p.m. FSN — Pac-12 Trn., teams TBD 4 p.m. NBCSN — Mountain West Trn., teams TBD SUNDAY AUTO RACING 2:30 p.m. FOX — NASCAR Sprint Cup Kobalt Tools 400 6 p.m. ESPN2 — NHRA Gatornationals (tape) CYCLING 11 p.m. NBCSN — Paris-Nice, final stage (tape) GOLF 1 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour-WGC Cadillac Championship 3 p.m. NBC — PGA Tour-WGC Cadillac Championship 7:30 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open, (tape) BASEBALL 3 p.m. WGN — Preseason, Chicago Cubs vs. L.A. Dodgers MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL 1 p.m. ABC — Southeastern Conf. championship, teams TBD 1 p.m. CBS — Atlantic 10 championship, teams TBD 1 p.m. ESPN — ACC championship, teams TBD 3:30 p.m. CBS — Big Ten championship, teams TBD 6 p.m. CBS — NCAA Tournament Selection Show NBA 3:30 p.m. ABC — Boston at L.A. Lakers NHL 12:30 p.m. NBC — Boston at Pittsburgh 8 p.m. NBCSN — Los Angeles at Chicago
NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Philadelphia 23 17 .575 — Boston 20 18 .526 2 New York 18 21 .462 4½ Toronto 13 26 .333 9½ New Jersey 13 27 .325 10 Southeast Division W L Pct GB Miami 30 9 .769 — Orlando 26 15 .634 5 Atlanta 23 16 .590 7 Washington 9 29 .237 20½ Charlotte 5 32 .135 24 Central Division W L Pct GB Chicago 33 9 .786 — Indiana 23 14 .622 7½ Milwaukee 15 24 .385 16½ Cleveland 14 23 .378 16½ Detroit 13 26 .333 18½ WESTERN CONFERENCE Southwest Division W L Pct GB San Antonio 26 12 .684 — Memphis 23 15 .605 3 Dallas 23 18 .561 4½ Houston 21 19 .525 6 New Orleans 9 30 .231 17½ Northwest Division W L Pct GB Oklahoma City 31 8 .795 — Denver 22 18 .550 9½ Minnesota 21 19 .525 10½ Utah 19 19 .500 11½ Portland 19 20 .487 12 Pacific Division W L Pct GB L.A. Clippers 22 15 .595 — L.A. Lakers 23 16 .590 — Phoenix 18 21 .462 5 Golden State 15 21 .417 6½ Sacramento 13 26 .333 10 Thursday's Games Orlando 99, Chicago 94 Phoenix 96, Dallas 94 Friday's Games Atlanta at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Charlotte, 7 p.m. Utah at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Portland at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 8 p.m. L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. New York at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. New Orleans at Denver, 9 p.m. Dallas at Sacramento, 10 p.m. Saturday's Games Toronto at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Washington, 7 p.m. Indiana at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m. Charlotte at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. New Orleans at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Houston at New Jersey, 8 p.m. Memphis at Phoenix, 9 p.m. Dallas at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
Transactions HOCKEY National Hockey League BOSTON BRUINS_Recalled F Max Sauve from Providence (AHL) on an emergency basis. Assigned G Michael Hutchinson to Providence. COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS_Recalled F Maksim Mayorov from Springfield (AHL) on an emergency basis. DETROIT RED WINGS_Recalleed F Gustav Nyquist from Grand Rapids (AHL). BASEBALL MINNESOTA TWINS_Agreed to terms with LHP Glen Perkins on a four-year contract.
PERFECT GAME Chris McGovern, 29, of Cheboygan bowled perfect game for McGovern, who bowls a 300 game recently at Northern Lights for the Legrand Wood Floors team in the Recreation in Harbor Springs. It was the third Wednesday City League.
ALLLEAGUERS Three members of the Petoskey Bowling Club, Austin Stewart (from left), Sarah Hamlin and Jacob Dubeau, were named to the All-Northern Michigan Conference. Stewart and Hamlin are sophomores, Dubeau is a senior. Dubeau finished ninth in the boys scoring rankings with a 189.5
average, while Stewart was 10th at 182.1. Hamlin was ninth in the girls standings at 165.7. It is the second consecutive year that Hamlin has earned all-conference honors. Rogers City won the boys league and placed first last weekend at the Michigan High School Athletic Association state finals.
College basketball BIG TEN TOURNAMENT At Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis First Round Thursday, March 8 Iowa 64, Illinois 61 Indiana 75, Penn State 58 Minnesota 75, Northwestern 68, OT Purdue 79, Nebraska 61 Quarterfinals Friday, March 9 Michigan State vs. Iowa, Noon. Wisconsin vs. Indiana, 2:30 p.m. Michigan vs. Minnesota, 6:30 p.m. Ohio State vs. Purdue, 9 p.m. Semifinals Saturday, March 10 Michigan State-Iowa winner vs. WisconsinIndiana winner, 1:40 p.m. Michigan-Minnesota winner vs. Ohio StatePurdue winner, 4:05 p.m. Championship Sunday, March 11 Semifinal winners, 3:30 p.m.
Golf Cadillac Championship Thursday At TPC Blue Monster at Doral Doral, Fla. Purse: $8.5 million Yardage: 7,334; Par: 72 (36-36) First Round Adam Scott 34-32—66 -6 Jason Dufner 32-34—66 -6 Thomas Bjorn 34-34—68 -4 Charl Schwartzel 34-34—68 -4 Alvaro Quiros 33-36—69 -3 Kyle Stanley 33-36—69 -3 Keegan Bradley 33-36—69 -3 Aaron Baddeley 35-34—69 -3 Justin Rose 36-33—69 -3 Juvic Pagunsan 35-34—69 -3 Steve Stricker 31-38—69 -3 Miguel A. Jimenez 35-34—69 -3 Charles Howell III 34-36—70 -2 Johnson Wagner 36-34—70 -2 Peter Hanson 37-33—70 -2 Luke Donald 34-36—70 -2 Bubba Watson 35-35—70 -2 Anders Hansen 36-34—70 -2 Paul Lawrie 34-36—70 -2 Zach Johnson 33-37—70 -2 Greg Chalmers 35-36—71 -1 Gary Woodland 35-36—71 -1 Hunter Mahan 37-34—71 -1 Nick Watney 35-36—71 -1 Phil Mickelson 35-37—72 E Fredrik Jacobson 38-34—72 E Matt Kuchar 35-37—72 E Jonathan Byrd 36-36—72 E Y.E. Yang 36-36—72 E Mark Wilson 34-38—72 E Jbe' Kruger 34-38—72 E Martin Laird 36-36—72 E Tiger Woods 36-36—72 E David Toms 37-35—72 E Nicolas Colsaerts 38-35—73 +1 Ben Crane 37-36—73 +1 Rory McIlroy 36-37—73 +1 Jason Day 34-39—73 +1 Martin Kaymer 36-37—73 +1 Hennie Otto 37-36—73 +1 Geoff Ogilvy 37-36—73 +1 Bo Van Pelt 35-38—73 +1 Garth Mulroy 37-36—73 +1
Bowling Holy Rollers W L Blu Macs 56 16 Bazinga! 54 18 5th Wheelers 50 22 Curves 44 28 Simple Auto 40 32 Looney Pins 38 34 Al & Jim’s Tree 36 36 Damned If I Know 36 36 Levering Motel 34 38 Mackinac Grille 32 40 Fab Four 32 40 Vegas Buds 30 42 Family Affair 28 44 Double Trouble 24 48 A-1 Outdoor Serv. 22 50 Rolling Thunder 20 52 Scratch game: Men, Steve Hamlin, 289; Ralph Colegrove, 278; Steve Blanchard, 269. Women, Wendy Colegrove, 256; Terri Major, 209; Penny Lewin, 201. Scratch series: Men, Hamlin, 765; Phil Lewin, 696; Colegrove, 696. Women, Colegrove, 603; Major, 543; Julie Wonnacott, 518. Ladies Night Out W L Cards ‘N Such 35 21 M & M Landscaping 35 21 The Boozers 30 26 Jane’s Performance 29 27 Simple Auto Ladies 27 29 Mischief Makers 27 29 Wal-Mart 24 32 Sunkissed Tanning 17 39 Scratch game: Karen McDonald, 213, 190; Jane Evans, 193. Scratch series: McDonald, 583; Allison Ecker, 504; Evans, 495. High Rollers W Elmhirst Const. 43 Carter’s Imagewear 46 Schraw Assoc. 42 Phil Lewin Const. 41 Skip’s Petoskey Glass 33 Capital Granite 34 St. Francis Cr. Union 33 Northern Lights Rec 32 Marshall Concrete 32 Al’s Clock Repair 31 The Leftovers 28 Cupps Masonary 32 Meyer Ace Hardware 27
L 20 17 21 22 30 29 30 31 31 32 35 31 36
American Spoon 25 38 Ray, White, Black 21 42 Scratch game: Ray Volkenong, 279; Dave Monarch, 279; Steve Blancahrd, 267. Scratch series: Monarch, 757; Clayton McGovern, 741; Blanchard, 725. City Invitational League W L Mazzter Electric 51 12 Legrand Wood Flrs. 46 17 Boyne City Ace 44 19 Park’s Place Cafe 39 24 Jake’s Shooter 37 26 Bill’s Auto Clinic 36 27 North Coast Im’wear 35 28 Hummingbird Health29 34 Clash of Pins 27 36 Bridgewater Exc. 26 37 A-1 Outdoor Services 26 37 Wendy’s Classic 26 37 Jakeway Builders 22 41 Lower Penn. Remodel20 43 B.C. Pizza 20 43 Tower Electric 20 43 Scratch game: Chris McGovern, 300; Bill Dubeau, 268; Clayton McGovern, 258. Scratch series: Chris McGovern, 777; Dubeau, 706; Clayton McGovern, 695. Sunday Mixers W L Spare Rams 24 11 Bowl Jobs 23 12 Young Stud/Old Bag 22 13 Woodlofters 20 15 Misfits 19 16 Skyview Skyhighs 19 16 Mutt & Jeff 13 22 Scratch game: Men, CJ Hall, 221; Arvin Sanders, 185; Brian Ewbank, 160. Women, Jody Ewbank, 179; April Hall, 171; Karen Saeman, 159. Scratch series: Men, Hall, 750; Ewbank, 649; Julius Swadling, 634. Women, Ewbank, 717; Hall, 651; Saeman, 637.
Bob’s Septic 17 19 Skip’s Petoskey Glass 15 21 Kring’s Chevy-Cad. 15 21 A-1 Outdoor Serv. 14.5 21.5 Petoskey Plastics 11 25 Scratch game: Heather Mogg, 234, 233; Micki Volkening, 222. Scratch series: Mogg, 645; Volkening, 617; Julie Wonnacott, 542. Batnams
W L Wizards Girls 59 31 The Strikers 56 34 Kool Cats 48 42 Scratch game: Boys, Kevin Kozlowski, 87, 59. Girls, Katelin Dow, 117, 76; Schae Walker, 57. Scratch Series: Boys, Kozlowski, 146. Girls, Dow, 193; Walker, 82; Olivia Dow, 54.
Prep-Juniors W L Pin Busters 90 36 New Team 54 44 Missing Links 64 62 Black Ops 60 66 Reeses Pieces 59 67 Scratch game: Boys, Dalton Cole, 152; Andrew McNamara, 148, 131. Girls, Mya Hernandez, 200, 164, 124. Scratch Series: Boys, McNamara, 395; Dalton Cole, 341; Christopher Hull, 331. Girls, Hernandez, 488; Alexis Knapp, 266; Emily Hibbler, 243.
Major-Seniors W L Team 2 54 30 Team 3 53 31 Team 1 41 43 Team 5 19 2 Team 6 16 5 Team 4 0 21 Scratch game: Boys, Austin Stewart, 244; Jacob Dubeau, 243; Tyler Howell, 227. Girls, Taylor Volkening, 182; MorTuesday Rollers W L gan Davis, 169; Sarah Hamlin, Plaid Cat Baking 27 9 157. Nancy Cleaning 23 13 Scratch series: Boys, DuMagee Mud Hens 20 16 beau, 639; Mickey Swarthout, Flaming Pins 19 17 608; Stewart, 572. Girls, WCC Desp. Bowlers 18.5 Volkening, 458; Morgan Davis, 447; Hamlin, 413. 17.5
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TV COMICS & COMICS CHARLES SCHULZ
Monday, June 14, 2011 •
HOROSCOPES For Monday, March 12 HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Family and friends are there for you, no matter what. New opportunities open in the career and education arenas. Get detailed about finances for increased power. Insurance, inheritance, taxes and loans could figure in. Make time for yourself amidst all the hustle. Light candles.
FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE
Aries (March 21-April 19) — Today is an 8 — Mercury goes retrograde today (until April 4) in your sign. Don’t take it personally. This chaotic frequency that’s broadcasting confusion; it’s not about you at all. Stick to your deadlines. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Today is an 8 — Take care of your well-being with plenty of rest and fluids. Patience pays, and slowing the pace forestalls accidents. Watch where you’re going. Hidden talents get revealed.
FRANK & ERNEST
Gemini (May 21-June 21) — Today is a 7 — The next 24 days of Mercury in retrograde throw static into communications, especially in groups. Say it twice. Put it (and get it) in writing. Cancer (June 22-July 22) — Today is a 7 — Today is a 6 — Your professional status could take a tumble. Pick yourself up, dust off and get back to the great service you’re known for. If there’s a mess, clean it up. It works out. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is an 8 — Focus your attention on the things that work, the breakthroughs. Confusion could arise around education, philosophy or writing. Take it in stride. No need to decide.
PEARLS BEFORE SWINE
Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is an 8 — You feel balanced and assured, as the rest of the story swirls. Even with breakdowns, things get worked out. Organize at home for greater power. Take it easy.
Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is a 7 — Mercury in Aries goes retrograde for you, Libra, in your seventh house of partnership. Sync schedules and reconfirm reservations. Have backup communication plans. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is a 7 — There could be disruption in service and health today, and over the next month. Prepare and back up what you can, and go lightly. Loving support is close by. Sagittarius (Nov. 22Dec. 21) — Today is an 8 — Beef up communication and travel infrastructure to avoid breakdown in the fun zone. Artistic expression, romance, kids and pets could get a bit hectic. Play it loose. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Today is a 7 — Mercury affects you in your fourth house of home and roots, muddling family communications or adding travel delays. Persistence and humor carry the day. Aquarius (Jan. 20Feb. 18) — Today is an 8 — For around the next month, expect delays and miscommunications, in general. For Aquarius, communications are even more affected. Doublecheck important ones. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is a 6 — Go ahead and seek funding (it may take time for it to come in). Expect wacky interruptions, with some energy and chaos involved. Back up hard drives. Check tires and fluids.
SUDOKU To solve a Sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box.
JIM BORGMAN OR JERRY SCOTT
RICK KIRKMAN & JERRY SCOTT
DOG EAT DOUG
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('99,Action) Bridget Fonda, Oliver Platt, Bill Pullman. The Walking Dead Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars River Monsters: Unhooked Finding Bigfoot "Peeping Bigfoot" Finding Bigfoot Finding Bigfoot Finding Bigfoot "Best of Special" (5:30) "The Patriot"
(2000,Drama) Heath Ledger, Joely Richardson, Mel Gibson. "Troy"
(2004,Action) Orlando Bloom, Eric Bana, Brad Pitt. (5:30)Funny "Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again"
(2004,Comedy) Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall. Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road
Charlie Rose 7&4 News at 11 (:35)Tonight Show 9 and 10 News (:35)D. Letterman Newsbreak (:35)Nightline 30 Rock Loves Ray Comic Book Men "Zombies" Storage Wars Storage Wars Finding Bigfoot
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('08) Keri Russell, Guy Pearce, Adam Sandler. "Alice in Wonderland"
('10,Adv) Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp. Skeleton Stories "Drastic Measures" Forensics: Decide "Caught on Tape" Forensics: You Decide "Deadly Kiss" Dr. G: Medical Examiner Unusual Deaths Unusual Deaths Forensics: You Decide "Deadly Kiss" Eat, Shrink Eat, Shrink Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Iron Chef America "Flay vs. Murphy" Gotta Eat Here Ice Cold Cash Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Special Report With Bret Baier FOX Report The O'Reilly Factor Hannity On the Record The O'Reilly Factor UEFA Magazine Wingspan Pre-game Live Hockey Los Angeles Kings vs. Detroit Red Wings NHL Site: Joe Louis Arena -- Detroit, Mich. Live Post-game Live Basket. Pac-12 Tournament NCAA Basket. Pac-12 The Ultimate Fighter Unsupervised "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
(2009,Action) Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Shia LaBeouf. Dancing With the Stars Dancing With the Stars Dancing With the Stars Dancing With the Stars Little House on the Prairie "Love" Little House "Alden's Dilemma" Little House "Marvin's Garden" Little House "Sins of the Fathers" Frasier Frasier Frasier Pt. 2 of 2 Frasier House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Home Strange Home Extreme Homes House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters (5:00)Gettysburg American Pickers American Pickers "The Belly Dance" Mudcats "Nightmare Holes" Mudcats "Boiling Point" Mudcats "Fall of Kings" Cold Case Files Cold Case Files America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted America's Most Wanted PoliticsNation Hardball With Chris Matthews The Ed Show The Rachel Maddow Show MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Expedition Wild Alaska Troopers "Cowboy Fugitive" Alaska Wing Men "Fire Fight" L ockdown "Officers Under Siege" Witness: Disaster in Japan Alaska Wing Men "Fire Fight" NBC Sports Talk Game On! Hockey Tournament NCAA Live NHL Overtime NBC Sports Talk Victorious Victorious SpongeBob SpongeBob Kung Fu Panda SpongeBob That '70s Show That '70s Show George Lopez George Lopez Friends Friends (5:30) "The Duchess"
('08) Ralph Fiennes, Keira Knightley. House "Games" House "It's a Wonderful Lie" House "Frozen" House "Don't Ever Change" Cold Case "Stealing Home" Cold Case "November 22nd" Cold Case cont'd next Cold Case "Into the Blue" Pt. 2 of 2 Cold Case "The Crossing" Flashpoint "Asking for Flowers" Merlin "A Herald of the New Age" Being Human "The Snake King" ('05) Jayne Heitmeyer, Larry Day, Stephen Baldwin. WWE Smackdown! Brothers & Sisters "Three Parties" T he Young and the Restless Days of Our Lives General Hospital The Young & the Restless Classic Days of Our Lives (5:00)Racing Live A uto Racing Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR Live Trackside At Speed Center Auto Racing Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR -- Las Vegas, Nev. Mobil 1 the Grid Trackside At Racing NASCAR Ultimate Fighter "Size Does Matter" Ultimate Fighter "All About Survival" The Ultimate Fighter "The Enemy" The Ultimate Fighter "Heavyweights Finale" King of Queens King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld House of Payne House of Payne House of Payne House of Payne "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy"
('04) Will Ferrell. (:15) "Two Weeks With Love"
('50) Jane Powell. (:15) "Let's Make Love"
('60) Tony Randall, Marilyn Monroe. "Goodbye Again"
('61) Yves Montand, Ingrid Bergman.
CNBC Mad Money CNN COM COURT
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The Kudlow Report John King, USA OutFront The Daily Show Colbert Report 30 Rock 30 Rock World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... 'Til Death King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld To Be Announced Bering Sea Gold "A Viking Funeral" (:25) "Radio Rebel" ('12) Sarena Parmar, Debby Ryan. Shake It Up
Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Four Weddings Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress (5:00) "The Preacher's Wife" ('96) (:15) "Handsome Harry" ('09) Steve Buscemi, Jamey Sheridan.
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Four Weddings "More Big Blunders" Yes to the Dress
Yes to the Dress
Law & Order "Misbegotten" Law & Order "I.D." Law & Order "Panic" Level Up Adventure Time NinjaGo Star Wars: Clone Generator Rex King of the Hill King of the Hill American Dad American Dad Family Guy Family Guy Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures The Dead Files Ghost Adventures M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Improve. Home Improve. Loves Ray Loves Ray Hot in Cleveland Happily Divorced Loves Ray King of Queens NCIS "Code of Conduct" NCIS "Outlaws and In-Laws" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Snitch" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Inconceivable" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Cold" "National Treasure: Book of Se... (5:00)Saturday Night Live Saturday Night Live 40 Funniest Fails 2 "Hour 1" 40 Funniest Fails 2 "Hour 2" Stevie TV Mob Wives "Mob Daughters" Mob Wives Charmed "Just Harried" Charmed "Death Takes a Halliwell" Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Pt. 2 of 2 Frasier Frasier Frasier 30 Rock 30 Rock America's Funniest Home Videos Met Your Mother Met Your Mother Met Your Mother Met Your Mother WGN News at Nine 30 Rock Scrubs (:20) "Big Trouble in Little China"
('86) Kim Cattrall, Kurt Russell. Movie "Toy Story 3"
('10,Ani) Tim Allen, Tom Hanks. (:45) "Country Strong"
('10) Gwyneth Paltrow, Garrett Hedlund. Real Time With Bill Maher Real Time With Bill Maher "Drumline"
('02,Family) Zoe Saldana, Orlando Jones, Nick Cannon. "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" ('11) Martin Lawrence. (:45) "127 Hours"
('10) Amber Tamblyn, James Franco. Movie Life's Too Short Luck Ricky Gervais Ricky Gervais "Little Fockers"
('10) (5:00) "Robin Hood"
('10) (:20) "Darkman"
('90) Frances McDormand, Liam Neeson. Lingerie "Unknown" (2011,Mystery) Diane Kruger, January Jones, Liam Neeson. Girl's Guide Movie "The Tempest" ('10,Com/Dra) Helen Mirren, Tom Conti, Felicity Jones. "The Heart Specialist" ('06) Zoe Saldana, Brian White, Wood Harris. "The Ledge"
('11) Charlie Hunnam. (:25) "Anger Management"
('03) Adam Sandler. (:15) "Zookeeper" ('11,Com) Rosario Dawson, Leslie Bibb, Kevin James. Movie Spartacus: Venge "Sacramentum" S partacus: Venge "Sacramentum"
TOON Level Up TRAV
Yes to the Dress
"Jackass: The Movie"
('02) Johnny Knoxville. "The Mechanic" ('11) Ben Foster, Jason Statham. "Catch Me If You Can"
(2002,Adventure) Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Leonardo DiCaprio.
Friday, March 9, 2012 • SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FOX NEWS CHANNEL FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SPIKE TV SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
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Off the Record McLaugh Victor Borge: Comedy in Music Change Your Age Heart Healthy Yoga Dr. Wayne Dyer "Wishes Fufilled" Paid Program Hockey Boston Bruins vs. Pittsburgh Penguins NHL -- Pittsburgh, Pa. Live Golf WGC-Cadillac Championship Site: TPC Blue Monster at Doral -- Doral, Fla. Live The Road to the Final Four Basketball A-10 Tournament NCAA Site: Boardwalk Hall -- Atlantic City, N.J. Live Basketball Big-10 Tournament NCAA Site: Conseco Fieldhouse -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live Paid Program Paid Program Basketball SEC Tournament NCAA -- New Orleans, La. Live C ountdown Live Basketball Boston Celtics vs. Los Angeles Lakers NBA -- Los Angeles, Calif. Live To Be Announced Auto Racing Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR Site: Las Vegas Motor Speedway -- Las Vegas, Nev. Live (11:00) "Mad Max 2: The Road ... "Pitch Black"
(2000,Thriller) Cole Hauser, Vin Diesel. "The Chronicles of Riddick"
(2004,Sci-Fi) Judi Dench, Colm Feore, Vin Diesel. Breakout Kings "An Unjust Death" Parking Wars Parking Wars Parking Wars Parking Wars Parking Wars Parking Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Finding Bigfoot "Buckeye Bigfoot" Finding Bigfoot Finding Bigfoot Finding Bigfoot Finding Bigfoot Finding Bigfoot "Frozen Bigfoot" Million Dollar Listing New York Love Broker Tabatha Takes Over Tabatha Takes Over The Real Housewives The Real Housewives Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program State of the Union Fareed Zakaria GPS The Next List Your Money CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom It Only Hurts It Only Hurts World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... Live Life & Win! On the Spot "Silverado"
(1985,Western) Kevin Costner, Scott Glenn, Kevin Kline. "The Fog"
('05,Horror) Maggie Grace, Selma Blair, Tom Welling. To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Wizards Wizards Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Shake It Up Shake It Up Jessie Austin and Ally Phineas & Ferb Phineas & Ferb Good Luck ... A.N.T. Farm College Gameday Live Basketball ACC Tournament NCAA Site: Philips Arena -- Atlanta, Ga. Live Bracketology Live SportsCenter SportsCenter SportsCenter The Fab Five Drag Racing Gatornationals NHRA (10:30) "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory"
('71) Peter Ostrum, Gene Wilder. "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" ('03) Sports Unlimited Hockey MHSAA H.S. MHSAA Fall Super Show Ocean Race The Game 365 Sports Tour '11 Championship America's News HQ Fox News Justice With Judge Jeanine America's News HQ Movie "Jennifer's Body"
('09) Amanda Seyfried, Megan Fox. "The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor"
('08) Maria Bello, Brendan Fraser. "Eagle Eye"
('08) "The Nanny Express"
('08) Brennan Elliott, Vanessa Marcil. "Elevator Girl" (2010,Family) Ryan Merriman, Lacey Chabert. "Cupid" ('11,Rom) Jamie Kennedy, Christine Estabrook, Joely Fisher. Love It or List It My First Place My First Place Property Virgins Property Virgins Property Virgins Property Virgins House Hunters House Hunters For Rent For Rent CajunPnStars CajunPnStars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars American Pickers "Art of the Deal" American Pickers American Pickers (11:00) "Homeless To Harvard:... "Too Young to Be a Dad"
('02) Paul Franklin Dano. "The Brooke Ellison Story"
('04) Lacey Chabert. "Gracie's Choice"
('04) Weekends With Alex Witt Meet the Press MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Wild Justice "Night Patrol" Wild Justice "Felony Friday" Wild Justice "Pig Stalkers" Wild Justice "Piranha Crackdown" Wild Justice "Outgunned" Wild Justice "Thrill Killer" The Bass Pros Bill Dance FLW Outdoors NHL 36 Game On! MLS Pre-game /(:15)Soccer New York Red Bulls vs. FC Dallas MLS Live (:15)Post-game Snocross Winx Club Penguins Big Time Rush Big Time Rush iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Movie "Planet Terror"
('07) Freddy Rodriguez, Rose McGowan. "Resident Evil"
('01) Michelle Rodriguez, Milla Jovovich. "Resident Evil: Apocalypse"
('04) Bev.Hills 90210 "Spring Training" Gilmore Girls "Haunted Leg" Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls One Tree Hill "Are You True?" One Tree Hill "Crash Into You" Speed Center NASCAR RaceDay "Las Vegas" Live Racing Ultimate Street Car Invit.. Mercedes-Benz: 125 Years Car Warriors "Chevelle" Dumbest Stuff Trucks! MuscleCar Repo Games "Unleashed"
(2005,Action) Morgan Freeman, Bob Hoskins, Jet Li. "Doom"
(2005,Sci-Fi) The Rock, Rosamund Pike, Karl Urban. (11:30) "Not Another Teen Mo... (:15) "Tommy Boy"
('95) David Spade, Bo Derek, Chris Farley. (:15) "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle"
('04) John Cho. "Old School"
('03) Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Hoarding "Not a Safe Place" Hoarding "A Horrible Sight" Hoarding "Surviving on Trash" Hoarding "Is That a Goat?" Hoarding "A Bomb Went Off" Law & Order "Causa Mortis" Movie "The Guardian"
(2006,Drama) Kevin Costner, Sela Ward, Ashton Kutcher. "Terminator Salvation"
('09) Christian Bale. Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food In Plain Sight "The Rolling Stones" "Friday"
(1995,Comedy) Chris Tucker, Nia Long, Ice Cube. "Next Friday"
('00,Comedy) Mike Epps, Justin Pierce, Ice Cube. Law & Order: S.V.U. "Clocked" (11:30)Bball T.I. and Tiny Behind the Music "Usher" Behind Music "Enrique Iglesias" Behind the Music "Pink" "Blue Crush"
('02) Matthew Davis, Kate Bosworth. "Game Change" ('11) Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, Woody Harrelson. Real Time With Bill Maher "Hanna" (2011,Action) Cate Blanchette, Eric Bana, Saoirse Ronan. What to Watch /(:15) "The Tr... (:20) "Little Fockers"
('10) Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller. (:20)Luck (:15)Luck (:05)Luck "S.W.A.T."
('03) (10:30) "Boogie Nights" ('97) (:10) "Conviction"
('10) Sam Rockwell, Hilary Swank. (:35) "Unstoppable"
('11) "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"
('02) (:15) "A Single Man"
('09) Julianne Moore, Colin Firth. "Maxed Out: Hard Times, Easy Credit & the Era... "All Good Things" ('11) Ryan Gosling. "Extraordinary Measures" ('09)
MARCH 11, 2012
Victor Borge: Comedy in Music Ed Sullivan's Rock 'n' Roll Classics "The '60s" Moyers and Company Destination 7&4 News NBC News Wheel of Paid Program Harry's Law "Gorilla My Dreams" The Firm "Chapter Ten" Law & Order: SVU "Lost Traveler" 7&4 News at 11 Sat. Night Live Basketball Pac-12 Tournament NCAA -- Los Angeles, Calif. Live NCIS: Los Angeles "Absolution" Criminal Minds 48 Hours Mystery 9 and 10 News (:35)BigBang Paid Program ABC News The Closer Wipeout My Extreme Affliction: A Special Edition of 20/ 20 Crook and Chase Paid Program Paid Program TMZ Q'Viva: The Chosen 30 Rock 30 Rock Alcatraz "Clarence Montgomery" (5:30) "Speed"
('94) Sandra Bullock, Keanu Reeves. "Speed"
(1994,Action) Sandra Bullock, Dennis Hopper, Keanu Reeves. "Speed"
('94) Keanu Reeves. Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Exterminator Hillbilly Hand "Bad to the Bone" Must Love Cats Must Love Cats "Cat Crazy in Japan" Tanked! "Rules of Engagement" Too Cute! "Kitten Dolls" The Celebrity Apprentice "How Much Is That Celebrity in the Window?" "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull"
('08) Karen Allen, John Hurt, Harrison Ford. "Indiana Jones & the Kingd... Paid Program Paid Program Money-Motion Made Millions American Greed: Scam The Suze Orman Show Debt do Us Part Princess American Greed: Scam The Situation Room CNN Newsroom CNN Presents Piers Morgan Tonight CNN Newsroom CNN Presents Most Shocking "Wild Riots 2" Top 20 Most Shocking Top 20 Most Shocking World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... Forensic Files Forensic Files 'Til Death 'Til Death Seinfeld Seinfeld House "Big Baby" House "The Greater Good" That '70s Show That '70s Show Cheaters To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Austin and Ally Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up Austin and Ally Jessie A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Jessie (5:30)Basketball Big 12 Tournament NCAA -- Kansas City, Mo. Live College Gameday Live Basketball Big East Tournament NCAA -- New York City, N.Y. Live SportsCenter (5:00)Auto Racing Sam's Town 300 NASCAR -- Las Vegas, Nev. Live Basketball MAC Tournament NCAA -- Cleveland, Ohio Live Basketball BWC Tournament NCAA -- Anaheim, Calif. Live Movie "Alice in Wonderland"
('10,Adv) Anne Hathaway, Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp. "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl"
('03) Geoffrey Rush, Johnny Depp. America's News HQ Fox Report Weekend Huckabee Justice With Judge Jeanine Geraldo at Large Journal Edit. Fox News Watch Wingspan Wingspan Wingspan Pre-game Live Hockey Detroit Red Wings vs. Nashville Predators NHL -- Nashville, Tenn. Live Post-game Live Hockey MHSAA H.S. (4:00) "Transformers: Revenge ... Met-Mother Met-Mother Two and Half Two and Half Two and Half Two and Half "Superbad"
('07,Com) Michael Cera, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill. (4:00) "Swiss Family Robinson" "Jumanji"
(1995,Fantasy) Bonnie Hunt, Kirsten Dunst, Robin Williams. Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Candice Tells All Dear Genevieve Color Splash Interiors Inc. House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Modern Marvels "Muscle Cars" Modern Marvels "Truck Stops" Swamp People Top Gear "Muscle Cars" Top Gear "Continental Divide" Top Gear "Dangerous Cars" "Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story" ('10) Beverly Todd. "Of Two Minds" ('12) Tammy Blanchard, Kristen Davis. "Of Two Minds" ('12) Tammy Blanchard, Kristen Davis. MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Finding Jack the Ripper Expedition Whisky Ultimate Factories "Jack Daniel's" Doomsday Preppers Alaska State Troopers "Manhunt" Ultimate Factories "Jack Daniel's" To Be Announced Basketball MWC Tournament NCAA -- Las Vegas, Nev. Live Bull Riding PBR -- Detroit, Mich. Bull Riding PBR Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Epic Adv. That '70s Show That '70s Show Friends Friends "Big Time Movie" (2012,Musical) (5:00) "Resident Evil"
('01) "Resident Evil: Apocalypse"
('04) Milla Jovovich. Alphas "X-Men"
(2000,Sci-Fi) Famke Janssen, Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman. Gilmore Girls The Young and the Restless The Young and the Restless The Young and the Restless The Young and the Restless The Young and the Restless Lucas Oil Edge Lucas Oil Edge Speed Center Supercross Site: Daytona International Speedway -- Daytona Beach, Fla. Supercross -- Daytona Beach, Fla. Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory "The Hangover"
('09) Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms. (:15) "The Hangover"
('09) Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms. 48 Hours: Hard Evidence 48 Hours: Hard Evidence 48 Hours: Hard Evidence To Be Announced 48 Hours: Hard Evidence 48 Hours: Hard Evidence "The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice"
('08) Noah Wyle. "National Treasure"
(2004,Adventure) Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Nicolas Cage. Leverage "The Cross My Heart Job" Leverage Killer Rv Upgrades Mud People Ghost Adventures "Gettysburg" Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures "Goldfield, NV" NCIS "Bloodbath" NCIS "Cover Story" NCIS "Leap of Faith" NCIS "Dog Tags" NCIS "Toxic" CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Basketball Wives Basketball Wives Mob Wives "Tricks or Treats?" Stevie TV Great Women "Blue Crush"
('02) Matthew Davis, Kate Bosworth. Movie (:50) "The A-Team"
(2010,Action) Bradley Cooper, Jessica Biel, Liam Neeson. "Game Change" ('11) Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, Woody Harrelson. Luck Enlightened Bored to Death How to Make It Curb Your Enth. Entourage "Something Borrowed"
('11) Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin. Boardwalk Empire "To the Lost" Eastbound (:15) "Paul" (2011,Comedy) Simon Pegg, Seth Rogen, Nick Frost. "Bull Durham"
('88) Susan Sarandon, Kevin Costner. "The Eagle"
('11) Jamie Bell, Channing Tatum. (:20) "Faster" ('10) Billy Bob Thornton, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. Boxing Showtime Championship "The Mask of Zorro"
('98) Antonio Banderas.
SUNDAY EVENING WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX NEWS CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
(5:30)ADD and Loving It
MARCH 10, 2012
SUNDAY AFTERNOON WCML-WCMU / PBS WPBN-WTOM / NBC WWTV-WWUP / CBS WGTU-WGTQ / ABC WFUP / FOX AMERICAN MOVIE CL. ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANIMAL PLANET BRAVO CONSUMER NEWS CABLE NEWS NETWORK COURT TV CW DISCOVERY DISNEY ENT. SPORTS ENT. SPORTS 2 FAMILY CHANNEL FOX SPORTS DETROIT FOX NEWS CHANNEL FX HALLMARK HOME & GARDEN HISTORY CHANNEL LIFETIME MSNBC MUSIC TV NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC NBC SPORTS NETWORK NICKELODEON SCIENCE FICTION SOAPNET SPEED CHANNEL SPIKE TV SUPER STATION LEARNING CHANNEL TURNER NETWORK TV TRAVEL USA NETWORK VIDEO HITS HOME BOX OFFICE HOME BOX OFFICE 2 CINEMAX SHOWTIME
Out of Doors Wild. Journal Motorweek AutoLine Victory Garden Hometime This Old House Ask-Old House Three Steps to Incredible Health! ADD & Loving It Snowboarding USSA Snowboarding USSA Golf WGC-Cadillac Championship Site: TPC Blue Monster at Doral -- Doral, Fla. Live (11:30)Basketball C-USA Tournament NCAA (:40)Basketball Big-10 Tournament NCAA -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live (:45)Bridge Live Basketball Big-10 Tournament NCAA -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live 333 TV According to Jim Basketball SEC Tournament NCAA -- New Orleans, La. Live Basketball SEC Tournament NCAA Site: New Orleans Arena -- New Orleans, La. Live Dog Tales Paid Program Paid Program Cold Case Without a Trace Paid Program Paid Program "O"
(2000,Drama) Josh Hartnett, Mekhi Phifer, Julia Stiles. "The Sons of Katie Elder"
(1965,Western) Dean Martin, Martha Hyer, John Wayne. "Speed"
(1994,Action) Sandra Bullock, Dennis Hopper, Keanu Reeves. "Speed" ('94) Flip This House First 48: Missing "Taken/ Scorcher" First 48: Missing "The Graduate" The First 48 "The Killer Speaks" Breakout Kings "An Unjust Death" Exterminator Exterminator Hillbilly Handfishin' Hillbilly Handfishin' Hillbilly Handfishin' Hillbilly Handfishin' Hillbilly Handfishin' Hillbilly Hand "Bragging Rights" Millionaire Flipping Out Million Dollar Listing New York "The Patriot" (1998,Action) Gailard Sartain, L.Q. Jones, Steven Seagal. Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program CNN Newsroom Your Money CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom South Beach South Beach Impractical Impractical Most Daring Most Daring Most Shocking Most Shocking E. Stanton Hollywood Made in Hollywood "Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber"
('05) "Little Man" ('06) Marlon Wayans, Keenen Ivory Wayans. To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Wizards Wizards Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Shake It Up Shake It Up A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Good Luck ... Jessie College Gameday Live Basketball ACC Tournament NCAA Site: Philips Arena -- Atlanta, Ga. Live Basketball ACC Tournament NCAA Site: Philips Arena -- Atlanta, Ga. Live Basket. Big 12 (11:00)Basket. AE Tournament NCAA Basketball MEAC Tournament NCAA -- Springfield, Mass. Live Basketball SLC Tournament NCAA -- Katy, Texas Live Racing Sam's Town 300 NASCAR (11:30) "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"
('05) Georgie Henley. "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian"
('08) Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, Ben Barnes. Basketball Big 12 Tournament NCAA Site: Municipal Auditorium -- Kansas City, Mo. Live Basketball Pac-12 Tournament NCAA Site: Galen Center -- Los Angeles, Calif. Live Oakland BBall Detroit Titan America's News HQ America's News HQ Journal Edit. Fox News Watch Special Report With Bret Baier America's News HQ "Prom Night"
('08) Kellan Lutz, Brianne Davis, Brittany Snow. "Jennifer's Body"
('09) Amanda Seyfried, Megan Fox. "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
('09) Shia LaBeouf. (10:30) "Polly" ('89) "Pollyanna"
(1960,Comedy) Jane Wyman, Karl Malden, Hayley Mills. "Swiss Family Robinson"
('60) John Mills. Bath Crashers Bath Crashers Room Crashers Beautiful Homes Beautiful Homes Showhouse Bang for Buck High Low Design on Dime Dear Genevieve Love It or List It Alaska: Big America "Alaska: A Land of Extremes" Only in America To Be Announced Scammed "A Friend of the Family" ('05) Laura Harris, Kim Coates. "A Daughter's Conviction" ('06) Kate Jackson, Brooke Nevin. "No One Would Tell"
('96) Fred Savage, Candace Cameron. Weekends With Alex Witt MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Hunt for the Giant Squid Forbidden Tomb of Genghis Khan Easter Island Underworld Into the Lost Crystal Caves Eating With Cannibals Amazon Headshrinkers Into the Blue Fishing TV Saltwater Charlie Moore Lucas Oil Motorsport Hour Cycling Paris to Nice -- France Basketball MWC Tournament NCAA -- Las Vegas, Nev. Live Power Rangers SpongeBob Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda Kung Fu Panda Big Time Rush Big Time Rush iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly (11:00) "The Hills Have Eyes II" "The Cave"
('05,Hor) Eddie Cibrian, Piper Perabo, Cole Hauser. "Planet Terror"
('07) Freddy Rodriguez, Rose McGowan. "Resident Evil"
('01) Beverly Hills 90210 Bev.Hills 90210 "It's Only a Test" Beverly Hills 90210 Bev.Hills 90210 "Spring Training" Gilmore Girls "Haunted Leg" Gilmore Girls Trackside At Racing Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR Auto Racing Sam's Town 300 NASCAR Live Auto Racing Kobalt Tools 400 NASCAR Live Dumbest Stuff Monster Jam "Atlanta" Ink Master "Fresh Meat" Ink Master "Botched Head Tattoo" Ink Master Ink Master "Ink Disaster Piece" Ink Master "Game On" Ink Master "Permanent Mistakes" TBS Preview /(:10) "Disaster Movie"
('08) Kim Kardashian. (:55) "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy"
('04) King of Queens King of Queens Friends Friends Moving Up 48 Hours: Evidence "Into Thin Air" 48 Hours: Hard "Stolen Dreams" 48 Hours: Evidence "Point Blank" 48 Hours: Evidence "The Letter" 48 Hours: Evidence cont'd next "Journey to the Center of the Earth"
('08) Brendan Fraser. "The Librarian: Quest for the Spear"
('04) Kelly Hu, Noah Wyle. "The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines"
('06) Amazing Eats Amazing Eats Bizarre Foods "West Virginia" Bizarre Foods "Greece" House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Fairly Legal "The Two Richards" Fairly Legal "Believers" NCIS "A Weak Link" "Angels and Demons"
(2009,Mystery) Ewan McGregor, Ayelet Zurer, Tom Hanks. (11:30)MobWives Mob Wives Saturday Night Live Stevie TV T.I. and Tiny T.I. and Tiny T.I. and Tiny Basketball Wives
Movie ('10) Daniel Radcliffe. "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" ('11) Martin Lawrence. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" "Catwoman"
('04) (:15) "Jonah Hex"
('10) Josh Brolin. (:40)Real Sports (:40) "Cyrus" ('10) Jonah Hill, John C. Reilly. (:15) "Lottery Ticket" ('10) Ice Cube, Loretta Devine, Bow Wow. Movie (:40) "Black Swan"
('10) Mila Kunis, Natalie Portman. "3,000 Miles to Graceland"
('01) Kevin Costner, Kurt Russell. (:35) "Secret Window"
('04) Johnny Depp. (11:00) "Nine"
('09) "The Ride" ('10) Leann Hart, Shorty Gorham. "Exit Through the Gift Shop" ('10) Thierry Guetta. "Knowing"
('09) Chandler Canterbury, Nicolas Cage.
(5:00)Dr. Wayne Dyer "Wishes Fufilled"
Horses of the West Celtic Woman: Believe Lines Growing Bolder Golf WGC-Cadillac Championship Dateline NBC Harry's Law "After the Lovin'" The Celebrity Apprentice "Failure to Launch" 7&4 News at 11 The Closer NCAA Select Show 60 Minutes The Amazing Race The Good Wife "Long Way Home" CSI: Miami "Rest in Pieces" 9 and 10 News Big Bang Theory Paid Program ABC News America's Funniest Home Videos Once Upon a Time "Red-Handed" Desperate Housewives GCB "Hell Hath No Fury" Law & Order Paid Program Paid Program The Simpsons Cleveland Show The Simpsons Bob Burger (SP) Family Guy American Dad Barclay Ministry Jack Van Impe Grey's Anatomy
('01) Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, John Travolta. The Walking Dead The Walking Dead "Better Angels" Comic Book Men The Walking Dead "Better Angels" "Swordfish" Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Breakout Kings "Round Two" Breakout Kings "Round Two" Finding Bigfoot "Caught on Tape" Finding Bigfoot "Hoosier Bigfoot" Finding Bigfoot "Baby Bigfoot" Rattlesnake Republic "The Albino" Finding Bigfoot Rattlesnake Republic "The Albino" Real Housewives "He Said What?" The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta Shahs of Sunset (SP) WatchWhat Housewives Atl. Paid Program Paid Program Diabetes Life Wall St. Journal Luxary Boom Oil Rush Nuclear Meltdown Pill Poppers Ford: Rebuilding CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom CNN Presents Piers Morgan Tonight CNN Newsroom CNN Presents World's Dumbest... truTV Selection Show Duke '91 and '92 Las Vegas Jail Las Vegas Jail Las Vegas Jail Las Vegas Jail Forensic Files Forensic Files King of Queens King of Queens Heartland "The Happy List" The Browns Troubadour, TX "Big Momma's House 2"
('06,Com) Nia Long, Martin Lawrence. The Browns To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced So Random! Shake It Up Jessie Jessie Austin and Ally Shake It Up A.N.T. Farm Jessie Austin and Ally Austin and Ally Jessie Jessie SportsCenter Bracketology Live ESPN Films "The Announcement- Magic Johnson" SportsCenter Drag Racing Gatornationals NHRA Site: Gainesville Raceway -- Gainesville, Fla. Bracketology ESPN Films (4:00) "Pirates of the Caribbea... "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"
('06) Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightly, Johnny Depp. "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story"
('04) Vince Vaughn. Fox News Fox Report Weekend Huckabee Stossel Geraldo at Large Huckabee Sports Unlimited Poker Legends of Poker WPT Poker Grand Prix de Paris WPT UFC Unleashed Wingspan Ultimate Insider Poker Grand Prix de Paris WPT (5:00) "Eagle Eye"
('08) Billy Bob Thorton, Shia LaBeouf. "Taken"
('08) Famke Janssen, Leland Orser, Liam Neeson. "Taken"
('08) Famke Janssen, Leland Orser, Liam Neeson. Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier "Flower Girl"
('09) Kieren Hutchison, Marla Sokoloff. "The Nanny Express"
('08) Brennan Elliott, Vanessa Marcil. House Hunters House Hunters Holmes on Homes Holmes on Homes Holmes Inspection Holmes Inspection Property Brothers Restoration Pawn Stars Ax Men "Wake-up Call" Ax Men "Out of Control" Ax Men "Rygaard vs. Rygaard" MetalJousting "Hits Like a Truck" Top Shot "Crossbow Crossfire" (5:00) "Gracie's Choice" ('04) Army Wives "The Best of Friends" Coming Home "Raider Reunion" "My Sister's Keeper" ('09) "My Sister's Keeper"
('09) Walter Raney, Abigail Breslin. MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Jersey Shore Wild Justice "Deer Meat for Meth" Wild Justice "Gold Diggers" Wild Justice "Born to Kill" Wild Justice "Caught Red-Handed" Wild Justice "Shooting Spree" Wild Justice "Born to Kill" (5:30)Snocross NHL 36 NHL Live! Hockey Boston Bruins vs. Pittsburgh Penguins NHL -- Pittsburgh, Pa. Live NHL Live! Cycling Paris to Nice -- France SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob That '70s Show That '70s Show My Wife & Kids My Wife & Kids George Lopez George Lopez Friends Friends Movie "X-Men"
(2000,Sci-Fi) Famke Janssen, Patrick Stewart, Hugh Jackman. "End of Days"
('99,Act) Gabriel Byrne, Robin Tunney, Arnold Schwarzenegger. "Saw III" One Tree Hill General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital NASCAR Victory Lane "Las Vegas" Speed Center Dave Despain Live NASCAR Victory Lane "Las Vegas" 2 Guys Garage Car Crazy Speed Center (5:00) "Old School"
('03) "The Hangover"
('09) Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms. (:15) "The Hangover"
('09,Comedy) Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms. "Old School" Hoarding "Unbelievable" Hoarding "Worst I've Ever Seen" Hoarding "Where Are They Now?" Hoarding "Are You Serious?" Str. Addiction Str. Addiction Hoarding "Are You Serious?" (5:30) "National Treasure"
('04) Diane Kruger, Nicolas Cage. Falling Skies "Silent Kill" "Forrest Gump"
(1994,Comedy/Drama) Sally Field, Gary Sinise, Tom Hanks. Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Man v. Food Extreme Pig Outs State Fair Foods Fast Foods Gone Global Deep Fried Paradise "Extra Crispy" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Avatar" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Escape" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Scourge" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Dolls" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Dominance" "Next Friday"
('00) Mob Wives "Mob Daughters" Mob Wives "Tricks or Treats?" Mob Wives Mob Wives Mob Wives Mob Wives Stevie TV Mob Wives (5:15) "The Transporter" ('02) Eastbound Life's Too Short Luck "Game Change" ('11) Julianne Moore, Ed Harris, Woody Harrelson. Luck (5:00) "S.W.A.T."
('03) Real Time With Bill Maher Game of Thrones "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son" ('11) Martin Lawrence. "Bad Boys II"
('03) (:15) "The Girl Next Door"
('04) Elisha Cuthbert, Emile Hirsch. (:05) "Mercury Rising"
('98) Alec Baldwin, Bruce Willis. Girl's Guide "Date Night"
('10) Steve Carell, Tina Fey. (5:00) "Extraordinary Measures" Shameless "Parenthood" Californication House of Lies Shameless "Hurricane Monica" House of Lies Californication Shameless "Hurricane Monica"
Community Notes Births A son, Axel Charles Feys, was born to Charlie and Laura Feys of Petoskey at 8:06 p.m. March 5, 2012, at Northern Michigan Regional Hospital in Petoskey. Axel weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20 inches long at birth. Grandparents are Niki and John Edwards of Suttons Bay, and Judy and Paul Feys of Redford.
A son, Lyric Boyd Mackie, was born to Tom Mackie and Sonia Werthington of Levering at 7:36 a.m. March 6, 2012, at Northern Michigan Regional Hospital in Petoskey. Lyric weighed 8 pounds, 7.9 ounces and was 20 1/4 inches long at birth. His sibling is Paige Orion Mackie. Grandparents are Sam and Jan Werthington of Pellston, Barb Mackie of Pellston, and John Mackie of Brutus.
Senior citizens Petoskey Friendship Center activities Tuesday, March 13: foot care 8:30 a.m.; massage 9 a.m.; lunch at noon: spaghetti with meatballs, broccoli and cauliflower, diced pears and peaches, biscuits; ice cream social 1 p.m.; Wii bowling 1 p.m.
Boyne Area Senior Center activities Tuesday, March 13: Wii practice; low vision speaker Leanne Ford during lunch at noon: pasta with sauce, cauliflower Caesar salad.
Pellston Friendship Center activities Tuesday, March 13: water fitness 8:45 a.m.; coffee 10 a.m.; games 10:30 a.m.; lunch at noon: spaghetti with meatballs, broccoli and cauliflower, diced pears and peaches, biscuits; ice cream 12:30 p.m.
The Wawatam Area Senior Center winter hours for congregate meals are 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 1 p.m. Sunday. The center is open every day at noon for recreation, Wii, card games and use of computers (Internet service). The center is located on Cedar Street in Mackinaw City.
Meetings SUNDAY, MARCH 11 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey (behind Lowe’s). All players welcome. Visit www.petoskeybridgeclub.com or call (231) 8810829 for information.
MONDAY, MARCH 12 Boyne City Rotary Club meets at 7 a.m. Monday at Robert’s Restaurant in Boyne City.
Charlevoix Lions Club will meet at noon Monday at Stafford’s Weathervane restaurant, Charlevoix.
Petoskey Lions Club meets 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of the month at J.W. Filmore’s Family Restaurant. For more information, contact Julie at (231) 439-0788 or go to website http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/PetoskeyMI.
Harbor Duplicate Bridge Club meets noon Monday at 7196 Pleasantview Road, Harbor Springs. Everyone welcome. Singles call if you need a partner. Call first, (231) 526-5988.
Indian River Striders (IRS) are inviting all walkers and runners to join them for fitness, exercise, motivation 9 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the Indian River Chamber of Commerce, walking a brisk 4 miles usually on the North Central State Bicycle Trail. Running is continuing at 6 p.m. on Mondays. For information call (231) 238-8930 or (231) 238-1029.
Great Books discussions 12:15 p.m. the second and fourth Monday of every month. Phone (231) 838-2306 for more information.
V.F.W. Auxiliary Post No. 2051 will meet at 7:30 p.m. the second Monday at the post home. A potluck is served at 6:30 p.m.
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FROM B7 the association for legal professionals, meets the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. For upcoming speakers and location contact Cindy Taylor at (231) 347-5334.
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Charlevoix Evening Garden
Singles for Christ dinner
Club meets second Tuesday of every month 7 p.m. at Sunnybank Retirement Community, 615 Petoskey Ave., Charlevoix. Call (231) 547-5199.
The Emmet County Landlords Association meetings are 7 p.m. the second Tuesday of the month at the Petoskey Big Boy. Interested landlords or managers are invited to attend the meetings. For more information, call Judy Hills at (231) 6328398 or George Ramey at (231) 347-8851.
Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets noon Tuesdays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey. Players with 0-99 points welcome. Visit www. PetoskeyBridgeClub.com or call (231) 881-0829 for information.
Drama Club will be putting on their play “Charleston” at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 18, in the Pellston High School auditorium. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. group for area singles 50 years and older meet 6 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at Bob Evans in Petoskey. After dinner we will go to Peter’s church — First Presbyterian, 501 E. Mitchell, Petoskey. Bring cards, games, a beverage and snack. Reservations required. R.S.V.P. Frieda, (231) 347-5747 or email: frieda@ compnor.com
Charlevoix Little League will be holding on-site registration 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 17, and March 24, at Charlevoix High School. Participants can also register on-line at www.eteamz. com/charlevoix. Registration deadline is March 31. Registration is for baseball and softball, boys and girls ages 7-15. Questions? Call John Hann at (231) 348-8522 or email him at jhaan@rayder. net.
Audacious Singles new
that welcomes all singles in Northern Michigan. If you would like to meet new friends in social gatherings, join with your experience and ideas to plan fun events. For information call Janice Shackleford, (231) 622-8259.
Alanson Area Public Library will have a book sale 10 a.m.2 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at the Alanson/Littlefield township hall, 7631 Burr Avenue, Alanson.
Petoskey High School spring musical, “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” will appear 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 22-24 in the high school auditorium. Tickets are $8 and are on sale in the high school office or will be available at the door on performance nights.
wipes, clothing, etc.) are available to Charlevoix County residents in need 10 a.m.-noon the second Saturday of each month at Christ Lutheran Church, 1250 Boyne Ave., Boyne City (across from football field). Call (231) 582-9301 for more information.
in our current market. Get the help you need to find the job you want. Attend the Petoskey Michigan Works “Job Search Strategies” workshop at 9:30 a.m. every Monday. No appointment necessary. For more information, call (231) 439-5215.
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support groups throughout the year in both Emmet and Charlevoix counties. These two-hour groups run for six consecutive weeks with both daytime and evening groups available. Other services include individual and family counseling for adults and children, educational in services, pregnancy and infant loss support program, survivors of suicide and caregiver support groups. These services are provided free of charge through community contributions. Call (231) 4874825.
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Boyne City enjoys a flurry of events during Irish Heritage Week March 11 through 18 Rachel Brougham (231) 439-9348 - firstname.lastname@example.org
t’s a celebration of Irish heritage and history. The Boyne City Irish Heritage Week will take place Sunday, March 11, through Sunday, March 18, in and around Boyne City. In its fifth year, the week pays tribute and honors the Boyne area’s Irish roots. Hugh Conklin, manager of Boyne City Main Street, said the city was founded by an Irish couple in 1856, and Irish heritage in the community has remained strong. Irish Heritage Week features a variety of events, including music, an Irish dinner and an Irish film festival. In 2011, the event was extended to an eight day celebration because of the overwhelming response. All events are free, unless noted. On Sunday, the events kick off with a Celtic music session from 1-3 p.m. at the Boyne District Library. All musicians are welcome to join in. On Monday, March, 12, the Irish Film Fest will begin, with the showing of “Leap Year.” The film will be shown at 7 p.m. at the Boyne District Library. The film is based on the Irish tradition that allows a woman to propose to her love on Leap Day, and stars Amy Adams. There will be two events on Tuesday, March 13. The first is an Irish history
discussion, “The Battle of the Boyne Reexamined,” presented by George Colburn, a local historian and documentary filmmaker. That will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the Boyne District Library. The discussion will be immediately followed by the feature the film, “A Shine of Rainbows,” which will be shown at 7:30 p.m. The film is a poignant story about an orphan boy, his new family and the challenges that confront him. It stars Aidan Quinn. Performers Sean and Patrick Ryan will play Celtic music and Irish folk songs from 8-11 p.m. on Friday, March 16, and 5:309 p.m. Saturday, March 17, at Cafe Santé. A number of events will take place on Saturday, March 17, including the Spring Warm-Up 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Boyne City farmers market, adjacent to the Boyne District Library. The whole family can learn about Alpaca wool, children can plant seeds, watch a spinning wheel demonstration and learn about the maple syrup process. A children’s story time will take place at 10 a.m. at the library, followed at 11 a.m. by “Darby O’Gill and The Little People,” a classic film with more leprechauns than you can count. Those interested in genealogy can take part in a workshop that will help you trace your family lineage with genealogists from the Charlevoix County Genealogy Society. The
event will be from 1-3 p.m. at the Boyne District Library. The highlight of the week, the Irish Heritage Dinner, will take place from 5-8 p.m. Saturday at the Eagles community room on River Street. The dinner features a six-course Irish feast, Irish step dancers, Celtic music and songs featuring the Hooligans. Admission is $15 for adults if paid by March 13, and $20 after. Children ages 6-12 are $8 and those under 6 are free. Tickets are available at the Boyne Area Chamber, Eagles Lodge, Local Flavor and Country Now and Then/ Up the Lazy River. On Sunday, March 18, a Celtic Music Session will take place
from 1-3 p.m. at Freshwater Studio. All musicians can join in. For more information, call the Boyne chamber at (231) 582-
6222 or Boyne City Main Street at (231) 582-9009. Or visit www. boynechamber.com.
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music PETOSKEY Chandler’s, Petoskey — Ron Getz 8-11 p.m. Friday, March 9. Don Julin 8-11 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Don Julin 8-11 p.m. Friday, March 16. Johnny Storm 8-11 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Bay Harbor — Adam Engelman and Sean Bielby 7-10 p.m. every Wednesday through May. Pete Kehoe 7-11 p.m. Friday, March 9. Michelle Chenard 7-11 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Johnny Storm 7-11 p.m. Friday, March 16. Nathan Bates 7-11 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
City Park Grill, Petoskey — Misstery Spot 10 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Sean Bielby and Adam Engelman 9 p.m.-midnight Tuesday, March 13. Sean Bielby and Adam Engelman 8 p.m.-midnight Saturday, March 17.
Noggin Room, Stafford’s Perry Hotel, Petoskey — Chris Koury 8-11 p.m. Friday, March 9. Boyne River Remedy 8-11 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Billy Brandt 8-11 p.m. Friday, March 16. Billy Brandt 7-11 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Ozone Nightclub, Odawa Casino Resort, Petoskey — DJ Fabz 7 p.m. every Friday. Funny Business Comedy Show 9 p.m. Saturdays; $5 admission.
Papa Lou’s, Petoskey — Karaoke with DJ Feezy 10 p.m. on Wednesdays. DJ Bill da Cat 10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Southwoods Pub and Grill, Petoskey — DJ and karaoke 9 p.m. every second Friday. Jam mic by the Vermeers and Friends 9 p.m.-1 a.m. the last Friday of the month. Anchors for Reality 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday, March 16. Flight Squadron Yon!! 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday, March 17.
ALANSON Alanson Depot Restaurant, Alanson — Randy Marquardt 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Crooked Chord 9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
The Riverside, Alanson — Karaoke 9 p.m. every Saturday.
BAY HARBOR South American Grille, The Inn at Bay Harbor,
BEAVER ISLAND Donegal Danny’s Pub, Beaver Island — Danny, Danny and Friends 5-8:30 p.m. Friday, March 16. Acoustic open session 5-8:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17. Danny, Danny and Friends 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday, March 17.
BELLAIRE Short’s Brewery, Bellaire — Younce Guitar Duo 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 9. Karisa Wilson and the String Ensemble 8 p.m. Saturday, March 10. The True Falsettos 6 p.m. Thursday, March 15. Younce Guitar Duo 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 16. Big Dudee Roo 8 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
BOYNE CITY Cafe Santé, Boyne City — Nathan Bates 5:30-8:30 p.m. every Monday through April. Sean Ryan 8-11 p.m. every Saturday through March. The Hand-Me-Downs 8-11 p.m. Friday, March 9. Sean Bielby and Adam Engelman 5:30-9 p.m. Thursday, March 15. Sean Ryan 8-11 p.m. Friday, March 16. Sportsman Bar and Grill, Boyne City — DJ “The Music Monster” at 9:30 p.m. every Friday unless noted. Skeleton Crew 9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Sunset Grill, Boyne City — Connie’s karaoke 9 p.m. Saturdays.
Eriksen’s, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls
Giuseppe’s Italian Grille, Charlevoix — Connie’s Karaoke
— Bob Bryan 6-9 p.m. Friday through Thursday, March 9-15.
9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. every Friday.
Everett’s, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls
— Ben Overbeek 7-10 p.m. Friday, March 9. Charlie Reager 7-10 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Hipps n Ricco 7-10 p.m. Sunday, March 11. Ron Getz 7-10 p.m. Monday, March 12. Nathan Bates 7-10 p.m. Tuesday, March 13. Pete Kehoe 7-10 p.m. Wednesday, March 14. Nelson Olstrom 7-10 p.m. Thursday, March 15. Hipps n Ricco 7-10 p.m. Friday, March 16. Ron Getz 7-10 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Mountain Express Deli and Provisions, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — Michelle Chenard 3-6 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Pierson’s, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — Michelle Chenard 9 p.m.-midnight Friday, March 9. Chris Koury 9 p.m.-midnight Saturday, March 10. Charlie Reager 9 p.m.-midnight Friday, March 16. Hipps n Ricco 9 p.m.-midnight Saturday, March 17.
Brewhouse Band 8-11 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
The Pines, Cheboygan — Highway Robbery 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday, March 9-10.
EAST JORDAN Jordan Inn, East Jordan — Open mic night with Cal Manis 7-11 p.m. every Tuesday. John Slough 7 p.m. every Friday.
ELLSWORTH Gold Nugget Bar and Grill, Ellsworth — Open mic 9 p.m. every Thursday. Ray J the DJ 9:30 p.m. every Friday unless noted. Six Gunns 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Saturday, March 10. Audio Circus 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Saturday, March 17.
Zoo Bar, Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs — Aaron Vaughn Band 4:30-8 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Aaron Vaughn Band 4:308 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
INDIAN RIVER The Pinehurst, Indian River — Entertainment by Alvis 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Wigwam, Indian River — Karaoke 9:30 p.m. every Wednesday.
LEVERING The Frontier Saloon, Levering — Karaoke 9 p.m.-1 a.m. every Thursday.
Snowflake Lounge, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — DJ J2XTRUBL 9:30 p.m.-
1:30 a.m. Friday, March 9. Hipps n Ricco 4-7 p.m. and Mac Daddy 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Saturday, March 10. eXperience DJ 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Monday, March 12. DJ J2XTRUBL 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 13. DJ Brevin 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 14. Charlie’s Root Fusion 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Thursday, March 15. Mac Daddy 9:30 p.m.1:30 a.m. Friday, March 16. Ben Overbeek 7-9 p.m. and Natural Born Suspect 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Saturday, March 17.
Friday and Saturday. Gene Perry 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday, March 17.
JR’s Tailgate Pub, Mackinaw City — Karaoke 9
Civic Center, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls —
Flight Deck, Charlevoix — Nelson Olstrom 9 p.m.-midnight on Tuesdays. Karaoke 9 p.m.-1 a.m. on Thursdays. Various DJs 8 p.m.-1 a.m. on Fridays.
Carnival Bash with eXperience DJ 6-9 p.m. and Mac Daddy 9:30 p.m.1:30 a.m. Saturday, March 17.
Black Mountain Lodge, Cheboygan — Cheboygan
Michelle Chenard 8:30 p.m.-midnight Sunday, March 11. Hipps n Ricco 8:30 p.m.-midnight Monday, March 12. Jeff Fitzgerald 8:30 p.m.-midnight Wednesday, March 14. Pete Kehoe and Michelle Chenard 8-11 p.m. Thursday, March 15. Jeff Fitzgerald 9 p.m.-midnight Friday, March 16. The Remedee 9 p.m.-midnight Saturday, March 17.
The Railside Bar and Grill, Elmira — Karaoke 9:30 p.m.
Northern Lights Recreation, Harbor Springs — The Virrus Band 9:30 p.m. Friday, March 9. Olivet High School Jazz Band 7-9 p.m. and Mark Arshak Band 9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 10. The Darwin Project 9:30 p.m. Friday, March 16. Paper Plane Pilots 9:30 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
Nub’s Pub, Nub’s Nob, Harbor Springs — Mike Ridley 3-6 p.m. Saturday, March 10.
Slopeside, Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs — eXperience DJ 9 p.m.-midnight Friday, March 9. The Remedee 9 p.m.-midnight Saturday, March 10.
Dixie Saloon, Mackinaw City — DJ 11 p.m.-2 a.m. every
p.m.-2 a.m. every Friday.
TOPINABEE Breaker’s Bar, Topinabee — The Darwin Project 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday, March 9-10. Driven 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Friday and Saturday, March 16-17.
WOLVERINE Mauldoon’s Saloon, Wolverine — Live entertainment 9 p.m. every Saturday.
Meadows Bar and Grill, Wolverine — Muddy Bottom Boys 7-11 p.m. every Saturday.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 9
Lecture — A luncheon
lecture with Colombian clarinet soloist Guillermo Marin and Matthew Hazelwood, music director of the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, is at noon Friday, March 9, at North Central Michigan College library, Petoskey. Cost is $9 and includes lunch. Reserve at (231) 348-6600 or email@example.com.
Home show — The 36th annual Northern Michigan Home Show is 2-8 p.m. Friday, March 9, and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the North Central Michigan College Student and Community Resource Center, Petoskey. Admission is $5 for a family, $3 for individuals and $2 for seniors over 65. (231) 348-9770 or www. ltahb.com. Concert — Gemini performs 7 p.m. Friday, March 9, at Boyne City High School Performing Arts Center, Boyne City. Cost is $5 per person and $15 for full immediate family. Tickets are available at the door. (231) 439-8100. Play — Little Traverse Civic Theatre’s children’s production, “Pinocchio,” is 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 9-10, 2 p.m. Sunday, March 11, and 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 15-17, at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Visit www. ltct.org for ticket information.
is Friday through Sunday, March 9-11, at Camp Daggett, Petoskey. The event is open to fathers, stepfathers and grandfathers, and their sons ages 7-14. Cost is $150 per pair, plus $50 for each additional son. Register at (231) 347-9742 ext. 112.
SATURDAY, MARCH 10
— The Last Chance Walleye Tournament begins 6 a.m. Saturday, March 10, based at Tourist Park, East Jordan. Weigh-in is 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Weigh-in stations, concessions and warm-up shanty will be available. Cost is $15 for those over 12; the kids contest for those 12 and under is $5. To register, contact Tom’s Bait & Tackle in East Jordan, (231) 536-3521; Holiday Station Store in Charlevoix, (231) 5472821; and Boyne Co-op True Value in Boyne City, (231) 5829971.
Home show — The 36th annual Northern Michigan Home Show is 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the North Central Michigan College Student and Community Resource Center, Petoskey. Admission is $5 for a family, $3 for individuals and $2 for seniors over 65. (231) 3489770 or www.ltahb.com.
5 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs. Cost is $2 per ticket, good for a 4-ounce pour, and grilled brats will be available. (231) 526-3000 or www. boyne.com.
Bridal expo — A bridal expo is 1-5 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at The Inn at Bay Harbor, Bay Harbor. Admission is $5. (231) 439-4078 or www. innatbayharbor.com.
Ski race — Dynastar GS race is Saturday, March 10, at Nub’s Nob, Harbor Springs. Registration is 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday, March 9, and 8:3011:30 a.m. Saturday. Racing begins at 1 p.m. (231) 5262131 or www.nubsnob.com. Gun show — The HarborPetoskey gun show is 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, March 10, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at Emmet County Fairgrounds, Petoskey. Concert — A concert with Peacemeal String Band is 3 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Indian River Area Library, 3546
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at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Visit www.ltct.org for ticket information.
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Harbor Springs ice rink’s Mardi Gras party is 5-8 p.m. Saturday, March 10, in Kiwanis Park, Harbor Springs. There will be pizza, drinks and dessert, games, crafts, prizes and more. Free. (231) 526-0610.
Rapids Ballet performs 8 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Petoskey Middle School, Petoskey. Tickets are $20 for Crooked Tree members, $30 for nonmembers and $10 for students. Visit www. crookedtree.org.
Concert — Kelly Joe Phelps performs 8 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Freshwater Studio, Boyne City. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Reserve at (231) 582-2588. Hike — A moonlight hike and stories by the fire is 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at Grass River Natural Area, Bellaire. Cost is $5. Advance registration and payment required. (231) 533-8314 or www.grassriver. org.
Arts gala — Creatives Gala is 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at cava, Bay Harbor. There will be an art auction, hors d’oeuvres, cash bar and a concert by Jill Jack. Tickets are $25 each, and portions of each ticket will benefit the buyers choice of Boyne Arts Collective, Jordan River Arts Council or Charlevoix Circle of Arts. Seating is limited; tickets are available at (231) 330-6723 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUNDAY, MARCH 11
Cook-off contest — The Emmet Democrats annual cook-off contest is 5-8 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at the Holiday Inn Express, Petoskey. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children 5-12 and free for those under 5. Visit www. emmetdemocrats.org or call (231) 526-6618.
Beekeeping workshop — A beekeeping workshop is 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at Bellaire Community Hall, Bellaire. Cost is $40. Class size is limited; call (231) 480-4515 or email email@example.com.
Irish Heritage Festival — Boyne City’s Irish Heritage Festival is Sunday through Sunday, March 11-18. Sunday, March 11, events include a Celtic
Play — Little Traverse Civic Theatre’s children’s production, “Pinocchio,” is 7 p.m. Saturday, March 10, 2 p.m. Sunday, March 11, and 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 15-17,
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Gun show — The HarborPetoskey gun show is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at Emmet County Fairgrounds, Petoskey. Play — Little Traverse Civic Theatre’s children’s production, “Pinocchio,” is 2 p.m. Sunday, March 11, and 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 15-17, at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Visit www.ltct.org for ticket information. Concert — Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra presents its Colombian Concert 4 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at First Presbyterian Church, Harbor Springs. Tickets are $14 in advance and $15 at the door, and free for those 18 and under, active military personnel and people with disabilities registered with VSA. Visit www.glcorchestra.org for tickets.
TUESDAY, MARCH 13
Coffee at Ten — Artist
Ladislav R. Hanka visits for Coffee at Ten at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 13, at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Visit www.crookedtree.org.
Irish Heritage Festival — Boyne City’s Irish Heritage Festival is Tuesday through Sunday, March 13-18. Tuesday events include a lecture on “From the Battle of the Boyne to the 20th Century” by George Colburn 6:30 p.m. followed by an Irish film 7:30 p.m. at the Boyne District Library. Free. (231) 582-6222 or (231) 582-9009, or www. boyneirishfestival.com.
Free seed swap — A free seed swap is 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, at Sunnybank Assisted Living Center, Charlevoix. Call (231) 547-0891.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14
Lecture — “Nepal and
Cabin fever dinner — Mackinaw Area Historical Society hosts its annual Cabin Fever dinner 5-7 p.m. Sunday, March 11, at St. Anthony’s Parish Hall, 600 W. Central Ave., Mackinaw City. There will be stew, a salad bar and dessert. Cost is $8.50 for adults and $5 for children under 12. (231) 436-5540 or www. mackinawhistory.org.
MONDAY, MARCH 12
Theater party —
Northern Community Mediation hosts its eighth annual theater party Monday, March 12, at Petoskey Cinema, Petoskey. There will be food and non-alcoholic beverages 5:30-7 p.m., followed by a movie of your choice. Tickets are $25 and available in advance by calling (231) 4871771. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Irish Heritage Festival — Boyne City’s Irish Heritage Festival is Monday through Sunday, March 12-18. Monday events include an Irish film 7 p.m. at the Boyne District Library. Free. (231) 582-6222 or (231) 582-9009, or www. boyneirishfestival.com.
Tourism: On the Potter’s Wheel” lecture by author, professor and photographer Carole Elchert is at noon Wednesday, March 14, at the North Central Michigan College library, Petoskey. Free. (888) 298-6605.
Presentation — Northern Light Seekers presents Darcy Lewis on “Touch of Health Energy Techniques” 7-9 p.m. Wednesday, March 14, at Horizon Books, Petoskey. $5. (231) 582-7818 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THURSDAY, MARCH 15
Fundraiser — A fundraiser for the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan is 6-9 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at cava, Bay Harbor. There will be hors d’oeuvres, an auction and more. Tickets are $10 per person at the door or by calling (231) 347-0067.
Play — Little Traverse Civic Theatre’s children’s production, “Pinocchio,” is 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, March 15-17, at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Visit www.ltct.org for ticket information.
History talk — Harbor Springs Area Historical Society presents a history talk on the War of 1812 with Phil Porter of Mackinac State Historic Parks at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, at the history museum, Harbor Springs. Admission is $3 or free for society members. (231) 526-9771 or www.harborspringshistory.org.
FRIDAY, MARCH 16
Carnival Weekend — Carnival Weekend is Friday through Sunday, March 16-18, at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls. Friday events include skiing and snowboarding 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and a cookout 11:30 a.m.5 p.m. For a complete schedule, visit www.boyne.com or call (800) 462-6963.
Benefit concert — A concert with Orpheum Bell is 7 p.m. Friday, March 16, at the Emmet County Fairgrounds, Petoskey. Proceeds benefit Camp Daggett scholarships. Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for students in advance. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students at the door. Call (231) 347-9742 ext. 100 to reserve. Hoolie — The Robert Emmet Society’s annual Hoolie scholarship fundraiser is 5:30-10 p.m. Friday, March 16, in the H.O. Rose Room of Stafford’s Perry Hotel, Petoskey. Entertainment will be provided by the Hooligans and Chicago Reel. Cost is $10 per person, or $5 for North Central Michigan College students, Robert Emmet Society members and citizens of the Irish Republic. Proceeds benefit a scholarship that sends on North Central Michigan College student to Ireland for one semester of study. Visit www.emmetsociety.org.
Soup supper — Cheboygan County Humane Society hosts a soup supper 3:30-6:30 p.m. Friday, March 16, at Inverness Township Hall, Cheboygan. $7 for adults and $5 for 12 and under. Take-out available. (231) 238-8221.
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7:07 — Zion Lutheran Church in Petoskey hosts “7:07 rock ‘n’ roll worship” at 7:07 p.m. every Monday, featuring The Ablaze Band. Pizza dinner 6:30-7 p.m. Kids pajama party in the nursery. Contact Randy Hitts, (231) 622-3565 or email@example.com.
Back Porch Coffeehouse — The Back Porch Coffeehouse music series is 7-8:30 p.m. the second Saturday of the month through May, at the
Charlevoix Senior Center, Charlevoix. Shady Hill with Dave Eggebrecht performs Saturday, March 10. A circle jam will follow all concerts. Suggested donations are $5 per person or $10 per family. Light refreshments are available. Call (231) 622-2944.
Breakfast — Sno-lovers breakfast 7 a.m.-noon Sundays through March at the East Jordan SnoMobilers Clubhouse, East Jordan. Cost is $6 for adults, $3 for
— The BlissTrain Coffeehouse is 1-4 p.m. every Sunday through the winter at Grain Train, Petoskey. Visit www. blissfest.org.
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Concert — Pine Lake Winds Band will be playing 7-8:30 p.m. on Tuesdays at the Charlevoix Middle School band room. Public is welcome. Call Ev Wujcik, (231) 547-6376.
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— Dance lessons are 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays at Bay Tennis and Fitness, Harbor Springs. Cost is $6 per person. No partner necessary. March lessons feature triple-2. Call (231) 347-1426.
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Theatre’s children’s production, “Pinocchio,” is 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 16-17, at Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Visit www.ltct.org for ticket information.
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Featuring traditional Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner $12.99 What is St. Patrick's Day without GREEN BEER! Pitchers for $6 and Green Jello Shots for $1 • $2 Killian’s Bottles Live entertainment featuring Flight Squadron Yon 9 pm - 1 am Free Dinner for Leprechauns!
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hey may not be foods that are par t of the traditional St. Patrick’s Day feast, but they are definitely foods that are representative of the holiday. From green root beer to shamrock shakes and even a Reuben hot dog, the Bob-In Again has some special menu items to coincide with St. Patrick’s Day, which is Saturday, March 17. “I’ve been having St. Patrick’s Day specials f o r ye a r s, b u t l i ke t o change it up a bit,” said owner, Robert Rogier. Currently, the restaurant has six-pack bottles that are made special for the Bob-In available for take out. And on St. Patrick’s Day, the restaurant will serve its famous, homemade draft root beer with a twist — it will be green. “The bottles really look great and I thought it would be fun to make it available for people to take home,” Rogier said. In addition, the always p o p u l a r g re e n , s h a m rock shake is available through the month. The shake is a mix of the restaurant’s popular vanilla custard and mint. “People just go bonkers for the shamrock s h a ke s, ” Ro g i e r s a i d . “ E v e r y y e a r, p e o p l e come in looking for them as soon as March comes along.” And there is a new item this St. Patrick’s Day. It’s something Rogier spent some time researching, and said he’s
“I’ve been having St. Patrick’s Day specials for years, but like to change it up a bit.”
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Robert Rogier, Bob-In Again owner ready to introduce to his customers. “I had this idea for a Reuben hot do g,” he said. “I ended up doing a lot of research and it’s not something new, it’s been done before, but I spent some time trying to find the best combinations and it’s really good.” I t ’s a n a l l b e e f h o t dog, topped with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, Thousand Island dressing, cor ned beef and spicy brown mustard. “Reuben sandwiches are always popular, so we t h o u g h t we ’d g ive this a try and gauge the interest of our customers.” Rogier said if the hotd o g g o e s ove r we l l , i t could possibly become a regular menu item or special. “I really like St. Patrick’s Day, I always have,” Rogier said. “It’s fun to try these new things and I’m excited to share them with our customers. It’s just really fun.” T he Bob-In Ag ain is located on U.S. 31, near Bay View. For more information, call (231) 347-1750 or visit, www.bobinagain.com.
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Green root beer (above), shamrock shakes and a Reuben hot dog (left) are being served up at Bob-In Again, Petoskey in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
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“John Carter” Yes, there is
life on Mars, and it’s deadly dull. These are not words you would expect to use in describing a film from Andrew Stanton, director of the Oscar-winning Pixar favorites “Finding Nemo” and “WALL-E,” who’s making his live-action debut. And yet there they are, and they’re inescapable. Except for a strong cast, a few striking visuals and some unexpected flashes of humor, “John Carter” is just a dreary, convoluted trudge — a soulless sprawl of computer-generated blippery converted to 3-D. Glimmers of “Star Wars” and “Avatar” are evident, but the uninitiated may still find it impenetrable. “Friday Night Lights” star Taylor Kitsch plays the title character, a Civil War veteran who’s suddenly transported to Mars and finds himself in the midst of a different kind of civil war as well as an interplanetary romance. Lynn Collins, Ciaran Hinds, Willem Dafoe and Mark Strong co-star. PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action. 131 minutes. One and a half stars out of four.
“Silent House”Let’s just get
something out of the way: “Silent House” creates the illusion that it’s a hauntedhouse thriller crafted in one long, continuous shot. The camera follows “Martha Marcy May Marlene” star Elizabeth Olsen around a creepy lake house that’s under renovation, and we’re with her for every bump, jump and thump of her heart. This isn’t the case, and husband-andwife directors Chris Kentis and Laura Lau acknowledge as much — they pieced together several long takes to create one seamless featurelength film, a process that must have required a great deal of choreography, breathholding and prayer to pull off. But once you realize that what you’re watching is a trick — albeit one that’s beautifully executed from a technical standpoint — with a final twist that’s really a gimmick, its novelty loses a bit of its luster. R for disturbing violent content and terror. 88 minutes. Two and a half stars out of four. — Christy Lemire, AP Movie Critic
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Brother Dan’s Food Pantry would like to sincerely thank all of our sponsors, bands, volunteers and all who attended our 3rd Annual Brother Dan’s Have A Heart Beneﬁt on February 12, 2012, held at the Emmet County Fairgrounds Community Building. They all came together in full force and offered tremendous support for a very worthy cause to help the less fortunate in our area.
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It is so rewarding to see all the hard work come to fruition, and turn out to be so much fun in the end. It is even more rewarding to know the shelves at the pantry will be ﬁlled with foods needed to help the less fortunate in our area. The only way this comes about is the hard work by all of the wonderful volunteers that take the time from their own lives to make all of this come together. Our volunteers work tirelessly to create an event to remember, and they are a terriﬁc crew! They don’t come better! Below is a full list of sponsors of our silent auction and food buffet, and the fabulous bands that made up our entertainment for the day! Without them, we couldn’t do what we do, which ultimately is what it is all about; helping the people in our community who are struggling to make it in a tough economy. You are all the backbone of our efforts, and we cannot thank you enough! [For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink…..] Matthew 25:35
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Thanks to all and God Bless! Bob Greenway Have A Heart Chairman Emmet Parks & Recreation St. Francis Art Class Holly Keller JUSDUIT Pete Kehoe Michelle Chenard Northern Nites Jellyroll Blues Band Craig Cottrill Band Sundogs Atwood Green Band James Greenway Band Born Suspect Steve Hancock, sound management for musicians Graphic Printing The Print Shop Around the Bay Catering, Roy Hall Anita Gibson Preston Feather Building Centers Walmart Vicki Sullivan Michele and Don McRae Petoskey Plastics Meijer Northwoods Southwoods Norm’s Rooﬁng and Siding (Anonymous) Petoskey News Review First Community Bank Wolverine Cabinets Personal Graphics Inc. Bank of Northern Michigan Glen’s South Around the Clock Taxi John Harper Pepsi - Tracy Snider, and crew Huron Distributing Bill and Carol’s Scooby’s Fabiano Petoskey Marathon Scoobie’s Bottle Shop Spicy Bob’s Pizza Buffalo Wild Wings Applebee’s Crooked Tree Breadworks Grand Traverse Pie Company Jimmy John’s Johan’s Louie’s Fresh Market Mancino’s Corner Grocer Meyer Ace Hardware US 31North Bill and Carol’s
Mary Moellering Director, Brother Dan’s Food Pantry Oleson’s Biggsby Coffee Roast and Toast Bob In Again Side Door Plath’s Meat Market Pizza Hut Subway Tannery Creek Market Cormacks Wendy’s Big Apple Bagel Big Boy Grain Train Toski-Sands Julienne Tomatoes American Spoon .Foods Glen’s South Gordon Food Service Harbor Deli - Bay Harbor Divine Flavors Jesperson’s Twisted Olive Café Bahnhof Beds by Design Bay Pines Veterinary Clinic Buffalo Wild Wings Bob Evans Restaurant Cormacks Ofﬁce Max Fashion Nail Spa ODAWA Casino Resort Fashion Nail Spa Alpena Oil/Petoskey Shell Positive Touch Pennzoil/Petoskey Dave Kring Latitude 45 Petoskey Flooring Hamill’s Carpet Brown Motors Anytime Fitness Garﬁeld’s Home Depot Lowes Pro Build Biggsby Coffee Alﬁe’s Attic Ferguson Plumbing and Heating Chuck’s Appliance Maurice’s Sky Iris Clothes Post Chris Koury Petoskey Bridal
Holiday Inn Express Pet Supplies Plus Quiet Moose Petoskey Tire and Auto Center MacGregor Heating and Plumbing Ethnic Creations Yoga Roots Linda Michaels Harbor Wear Back to Nature Fustini’s J Philips A1 Dry Cleaners County Emmet Celtic Shop Morming Star Jewelry Center City Gym Circus Shop Reid Furniture Grandpa Shorter’s Baker Metal Works Kmart Crooked Tree Breadworks Mancino’s Jungle Family Fun Center Big Boy David’s Place Items Northern Sole Arlington Jewelers Northern Country Cycle Sport American Spoon Foods Sturgeon River Pottery Complete Paint Fashion Bug Sassy Sisters / Terry Fox Sassy Sisters / Suz Shannon Sassy Sisters / Jenni Oom Sassy Sisters / Jenni Oom Bill’s Standard Auto Repair Burger King Peggy’s Gardening Winner’s Circle Car Wash Thai Restaurant Family Video North Bill’s Farm Market Palace Barber Shop Michigan Maple Block Harbor Point Dental Alice Burrows Shade Tree Ameriscape, Inc. Kaufman’s Furniture Harbor Care Associates
Happy Hydro Fletch’s Spicy Bob’s 1stChoice Therapy Dean Patty’s Garage Ward & Eis McLean/Eakin Booksellers Northern Michigan Sports Medicine Hot Tans Mackinaw Trail Winery Polly’sPlanting Northern Michigan Artist’s Market BJ Designs Hair Salon Grondin’s Studio Health & Fitness Music Makers Toski-Sands Car Quest St. Francis Credit Union Bay Tennis & Fitness Massage Clinic, NMI Jet’s Pizza Gruler’s ComputaCure Integrity Business Solutions. Corrine Martin Roger Martin House Plan Services, LLC Betsy Leonard Brown Dan Roache Sun Kiss Tan Talulu Beauty Lounge Flat Iron Deli Tom & Dick’s Emma Mark Smith Bob Evans Helen Cherry Petoskey Cinema Cutler’s Alterations & More B-Nuts Alice’s Preserved Bouquets Vogue Salon Spa Divine Flavors Filmore’s Randy’s Pizza Terrace Inn Ward & Eis Pretty Woman All of our fabulous VOLUNTEERS! All of our guests who attended our beneﬁt! Please accept our apologies if we inadvertently missed listing you as a sponsor.
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HAVE OLD Family Movies? Preserve them by transferring them to DVD. All type of video and slide transfered. Great gift Idea. Call Dan in Petoskey at (231)622-3210. HOME HEALTH AIDE/ COMPANION Fully qualified, with references. Call Amy at (231)242-1213.
LIVE-IN HOME AND PET CARE Dependable retired woman (dog trainer), will stay in your home to care for your pets and manage household. (989)878-0939. RICKY’S HOME MAINTENANCE Snow removal: residential and commercial driveways, decks and roof shoveling. Senior discount. (231)838-5440.
SENIOR CAREGIVER Petoskey area Extemely flexible schedule (days/nights or just a few hours) Energetic, focused, trustworthy, person dedicated to giving a high-level of care to your senior, in the comfort of their home. Personal assistance, meals, bathing, light housework. Exceptional local references and 22 years experience as an aide at Burns Clinic and RA at Petoskey Independence Village. $11 an hour. I am a participant, not just a spectator caregiver!! Call Becky, (231)348-2025 Rest assured you won’t be disappointed with me.
ROBINSON'S LANDSCAPING & NURSERY, INC. Is looking for seasonal/full time career orientated individuals. Must be hard working and self-motivated. Experience and CDL prefered. Call (231)582-9484 or FAX resume' to (231)582-9454. General CHILD CARE PART-TIME POSITION Available in a busy child care center. Must be energetic and have early childhood work experience. Potential full-time position in the fall. Please call (231)347-3860. General
Temporary, part-time, 30 hours per week. $14.64/hour. Associate’s FREE FORECLOSURE degree in IT or equivalent. To PREVENTION COUNSELING HUD and MSHDA certified agency. install, update, maintain campus Call Alice at Northern Homes CDC. computers and network, other related work. (231)582-6436. See www.ncmich.edu/employ.html for complete job description, application. Application deadline: ADULT FOSTER CARE March 20. EVERYONE HOPES for good health in their retirement years but it is General wise to research alternative living DEIGNER/CAD OPERATOR arrangements. We at Autumn Joy, AFC are here if you need us. Our We are currently seeking motivated home is licensed and approved by individuals for full time drafting and some long-term care insurance design career opportunities in policies for assisted living or geriat- Gaylord, MI. Preference will be ric foster care. A newly decorated given to those with education and private room for a lady or gentle- experience in the areas of CAD, man is currently available. We are primarily with CADKEY, Solidworks, conveniently located between Pe- and AutoCAD; drafting and metal toskey and Charlevoix. Call and ask manufacturing experience is also for John Caron or Jeff Prell, preferred. Individuals must be detail oriented and have strong or(231)237-9594 for a tour. ganizational and communication skills. Excellent potential for adHELP WANTED vancement, with benefits for All Employers are prohibited from proven contributors. Please reply to structuring their job advertisement Employment Services, Inc., in such a way as to indicate that a P.O. Box 832, Alpena, MI 49707 group(s) of people would be or apply online at excluded from consideration for www.358-jobs.com employment on one of the bases enumerated in Section 703 of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, i.e. General race, sex, religion, age or national origin. We also follow any Michigan HELP WANTED state laws concerning hiring. Commercial carpet cleaning company seeking part/full-time General help, training provided. References and valid driver’s license. CHARLEVOIX GOLF & By appointment only, after 4 COUNTRY CLUB pm. (231)238-6856, Indian River.
Seasonal Position - Annually April through November. Crewmembers must be neat in appearance; able to work independently; operate various equipment; perform handwork with shovel, cleaning, building maintenance and other projects as assigned. Golf privileges. Mail resume: c/o Sommerset Pointe, 00970 Marina Drive, Boyne City, MI 49712 or stop by and fill out an application. Dayna (231)582-1540.
Drivers SNOW BLOWING, snow shoveling, REDI-MIX roof clearing, odd jobs, general repair. Senior discount. Call for TRUCKDRIVER quotes, Mr. B’s Handyman Services, Must have CDL Class B, or higher. Mitch or Scott, (989)732-2388. Ability to work flexible hours. Apply in person at Blumke Brothers. 5215 Can’t get into your closets? Powers Rd. Alanson. (231)548-2522.
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FOUND CAT adult female cat found Educational on West Court Street in Boyne City. (231)582-6774. Elementary Parapro/21st Century Program activity leader FOUND DOG young adult female Visit: www.pellstonschools.org for Lab mix, found on Old State Road in more information. Apply to: PrinciBoyne City. (231)582-6774. pal Monique Dean, Pellston Elementary School, 172 N. Park St., FOUND KEY (Ford) spare key, Pellston, MI 49769. found in Charlevoix. Pick up at front desk, Fox Ford, Charlevoix, General northside.
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EXPERIENCED PAINTER will patch, prime and paint about any interior room with the best quality paint for $200/less. Insured. (231)838-1215.
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General LEAD SINGER/GUITAR PLAYER Male. For Christian rock band, 3 to 4 days a month. Paid position. Call/txt. (231)622-3565. General
LIBRARY ASSISTANT PART-TIME Highly desirable: Experience in a public library; Great Customer Relations; Experience with electronic resources & technology; Excellent oral & written communication skills. Year-round schedule hours include: Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Wage: Starting at $8.50 Deadline is March 22, 2012 EOE Send cover letter and resume with three references to: Jordan Valley District Library P.O. Box 877 East Jordan, MI 49727
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PART-TIME COUNSELOR/ ADVOCATE Needed for domestic abuse victims. Requires interpersonal skills necessary to work with victims within the criminal justice system and community. Minimum of Bachelor’s degree and two years related professional experience. Respond with resume to Chris Krajewski, Women’s Resource Center, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, Michigan 49770. EOE.
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GROWING COMPANY Seeking 10 men and women to fill immediate openings. Entry, supervisory, and management positions. Permanent full-time work. No experience necessary, will provide training. For personal interview, call (989)732-8373.(10)
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT A growing utility and telecommunications firm based in Petoskey is looking to hire a full-time administrative assistant. Duties will include all aspects of office support. Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office and strong customer service skills are a must. The most qualified candidate for this position will possess at least five years of office experience with excellent organizational skills, be a team player and be willing to work under deadline pressure. Finance background along with utility and telecommunication experience is a plus.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT Fast-paced doctor’s office seeking experienced medical assistant. Average work week, 32 hours. Must be people-oriented, multi-tasker with positive attitude and excellent communication skill. Fax resume to (231)348-0984. Healthcare
MEDICAL ASSISTANT Full or part-time for busy office in Petoskey. Only enthusiastic, hardworking individuals need apply. RMA, CMA or equivalent experience preferred. Send resume to File 1273 , c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey MI 49770. Healthcare
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NURSE PRACTITIONER A part-time (2 days/week) practitioner position is available at the Health Department providing Family Planning and Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening services for women of all ages.
THE BAY VIEW ASSOCIATION Is seeking a desktop and web publisher with superior skills. The successful candidate with have complete working knowledge of InDesign and/or QuarkXPress, Photoshop, multiple web browsers, email and color printing; a thorough working knowledge of Acrobat, Word, Facebook and Twitter; knowledge of Dreamweaver advisable; knowledge of Illustrator, Flash and HTML desirable but not necessary. A proven track record of meeting deadlines is essential, along with a total commitment to member service and our organization's mission. This is a full time position June-August and part-time the remainder of the year. We offer a competitive salary and a cafeteria benefits plan. Apply to John Stakoe, Executive Director, P.O. Box 583, Petoskey, MI 49770. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline March 16. Beware of anyone who tries to sell you information about “undisclosed” federal job vacancies. The information is free. For updates, call Career America Connection, (478)757-3000. Healthcare ADULT ACTIVITY AIDE Call-in position open for Gaylord Alpine Workshop. Assist developmental disabled individuals build daily living & vocational skills. Must be dependable, flexible & team oriented. Requires high degree of confidentiality, good driving record & HS diploma/GED with related work experience but will train. Wages start at $11.44 per hour. Send resume to: HR North Country CMH, 1420 Plaza Drive, Petoskey, MI 49770. Fax: (231) 347-1241 or E-mail: email@example.com EOE. Go to: www.norcocmh.org Healthcare
CONTACT CENTER LEAD Outstanding full time with benefits opportunity for a Contact Center Lead is available at Michigan Community Dental Clinics, Inc. in Boyne City. MCDC is a not-for-profit management services corporation, established in 2006 for delivery of public health dental services throughout Michigan. A Bachelor’s degree IS required for the position, as well as customer service and management experience preferred. Please visit us at www.midental.org for an application and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 231-437-4772 or mail to One Water Street, Suite 200, Boyne City, MI 49712. Please specify the location as Boyne City on your application. MCDC is an EOE. Healthcare
GRANDVUE MEDICAL CARE FACILITY Is looking for support service relief staff. These year-round positions will cross-train through our dietary, laundry and housekeeping departments; and once trained will fill in for our regularly scheduled staff. Successful candidates must be motivated and available to work a combination of day, evening, and weekend shifts. If you are a friendly team player with a flexible schedule and a desire to make a difference in the lives of others, please apply in writing by filling out an application at 1728 South Peninsula Road, East Jordan. Wages start at $10.18 per hour with increases after 90 and 180 days. No phone calls please.
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NEW TODAY Healthcare VITALCARE’S PRIVATE DUTY HOME CARE is looking for: Home Health Aides and Licensed Practical Nurses in the Petoskey, Boyne City and East Jordan areas to provide in home nursing care and personal services. Home Health Aide responsibilities will include assisting patients with personal hygiene, activities of daily living, light housekeeping, meal preparation, transporting patients to appointments, and other tasks to make daily life more manageable. CENA certification is preferred and home health experience is required. Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) opportunities include hourly in home patient assignments and per visit med box set ups, lab draws and other nursing services as needed. Applicants must be able to work flexible schedules and have reliable transportation. Interested applicants can submit an online application on our website: www.vitalcare.org or fax/email/mail a cover letter and resume to Attn: M. Nichols Fax: (231)627-1165, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mail: VitalCare, 761 Lafayette Avenue, Cheboygan, MI. 49721 Hospitality
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Experienced Restaurant Manager needed for a well established fine dining restaurant. Must have thorough knowledge of all aspects of food and beverage operations and budgets. Must have the ability to train staff and ensure excellent customer service. Need to have high quality standards and be a great team player. Mail resume c/o Sommerset Pointe, 00970 Marina Dr., Boyne City, MI 49712 or stop by and fill out an application.
NURSE Wanted for part-time position for pediatric office. Send resume to: 345 Division Rd., Petoskey, MI 49770 or call (231)347-8382.
FRONT DESK/NIGHT AUDITOR Full-time/part-time, experience required. Apply at: Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Petoskey.
PART-TIME PROGRAM AIDE/ DRIVER POSITION One day per week available at the Petoskey Club, working w/adults recovering from mental illness. Includes working side-by-side to encourage participation in rehabilitative opportunities & transporting individuals in agency van to appointments & employment sites. Must have a valid Michigan driver’s license, good driving record & eligibility to acquire a chauffeur’s license. Shift is 9am to 7pm on Fridays, w/opportunity for more hours some evenings, weekends & holidays. Position requires enthusiasm for assisting individuals to reach their full potential. Starting at $11.44/hr. apply to North Country CMH, HR Dept. 1420 Plaza Dr. Petoskey, MI 49770, Fax (231)347-1241 or E-mail: email@example.com E.O.E.
NEW TODAY Healthcare THE BROOK RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES Boyne City Is looking for a Full-Time MANAGER. The candidate must be an RN/LPN with experience and have a proven dedication to quality for life for seniors. Management experience helpful. Monday thru Friday, days, with on-call. Competitive salary with benefits. The position will begin in April with the community opening June 1. If you are ready to make a difference in your live and in others, consider joining our dedicated team. Send your resume to: The Brook Corporate Offices 2375 S. I75 Business Loop, Ste. 4 Grayling, MI 49738 Deadline: March 26 The Brook is an EOE
CHARLEVOIX COUNTRY CLUB Experienced Servers, Bartenders, and Hosts needed. We are looking for creative individuals who possess a passion for food and hospitality and want to work with a like-minded team. We are dedicated to giving our guests an incredible experience and are looking for individuals who share that dedication. Mail resume c/o of Sommerset Pointe, 00970 Marina Dr., Boyne City, MI 49712 or stop by and fill out an application.
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Trades Lincare, one of the nationâ€™s major suppliers of in-home oxygen and CNC OPERATOR respiratory therapy, seeks a Sales EJ, formally known as East JorRepresentative. Responsibilities indan Iron Works, Inc, a leader in clude establishing and maintaining the design, manufacture and relationships with referral sources distribution of underground in the medical community and conconstruction castings, has an ducting in-services educating them immediate opening for a CNC in the use and application of mediOperator at our Water Products cal equipment. facility located in East Jordan, Responsible for obtaining a predeMichigan. Duties include matermined number of referrals and chine operation, minor proset-ups from referral sources per gramming adjustments and sup month, preparing and submitting of CNC equipment on a second approval plans for sales territory shift schedule. Preferred candimanagement, and providing mardates will have a mechanical apketing information to management titude and two years related exas requested and/or made availperience. able. Previous experience selling in This is an excellent opportunity the home health care field preto work for a stable, respected ferred. Knowledge of basic selling company which provides a skills, Medicare, insurance reimcompetitive wage and benefit bursement and articulate our excelpackage. EOE lent patient care. Must have excelSend your resume to: lent human relations skills, and be EJ computer literate. We offer a comRestaurant Attn: East Jordan Foundrypetitive salary plus uncapped comHR Manager mission and benefits package. SeriINDIAN RIVER GOLF CLUB ous PO Box 439 inquiries only. Fax resumes to: Line Cooks, Pantry and Utility, Buss- (231)237-0411 or mail to: 08888 East Jordan, Michigan 49727 ers positions available. Apply in Ance Road, Unit A, Charlevoix, MI Fax: 231-536-4411 person Monday-Friday, 9:00 - 5:00 49720. Attn: Gar. Drug-free workEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org (231)238-7011. place. EOE. Restaurant Trades
For a medium volume, year-round Petoskey area dinner restaurant with a professional customer base. Seeking a stable, talented and creative individual, in the near future, with a passion for good food and a focus on professional growth. Job description in addition to preparing or supervising all foods being made, includes participating in the refinement and development of menus and recipes, assisting in management of a high-quality long-term staff and some administrative duties. Knowledge of fine wines helpful. 5 evening work-weeks. $37 to 40K/year. A letter of interest with a work and salary history can be mailed, in confidence, to File 1267, c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey MI 49770.
Is seeking a full-time Registered Nurse interested in working and residing on Mackinac Island. 3-5 years of family practice and urgent care/emergency experience required. We offer competitive wages, commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefit package and a flexible work schedule. Interested candidates can apply online at mshosp.org. Healthcare
DIRECTOR OF NURSING/ LICENSED NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR Mackinac Straits Health System is seeking a full-time Director of Nursing/Licensed Nursing Home Administrator to lead and direct the overall operations of our 48 bed skilled nursing facility. 5-7 yrs. of experience required in LTC administration. We offer competitive wages, a comprehensive benefit package and a flexible working environment. Employment applications available online at mshosp.org. Please call (906)643-0431 for more information.
PHLEBOTOMY EDUCATION. Teaching the art of professional blood collecting. Classes in Traverse City April 23-26 and Gaylord May 21-25. Evening hours, limited seating. $995. (313)382-3857. phlebotomyeducation.org.
STAFFORDâ€™S PIER HARBOR SPRINGS Is interviewing for an enthusiastic, creative and fully qualified chef.Â Please send resume and salary requirements to Jody@staffords.com Sales
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Sales OUTSIDE SALESPERSON For New NAPA Auto Parts store in Petoskey market. Professional, friendly individual with some sales experience desired. (906)632-2228, ask for Michael.
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DELIVERY & INSTALLER For major home appliances. Chauffeurâ€™s license required. Experience preferred. Clean cut and must pass background check. Apply at Chucks Appliance, 1889 M-119 Petoskey.
FULL-TIME Busy manufacturing company looking for full-time Welders, General Labor and Automotive-type Painters. Good pay and benefits. Please apply at 06165 M-32 East in East Jordan, MI.
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VICTORIAN FAINTING couch, professionally restored, good condition, hardwood frame, burgundy upholstery, 6 ft. long. $900 or best offer. (231)536-9790.
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Established company looking for experienced carpenter to subcontract. Minimum of 5 years of rough and finish experience, siding and roofing experience desired. Capable of taking jobs from start to finish, with positive attitude. Transportation and tools a must. Send resume to File 1276, c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey MI 49770. Trades
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS Quality work needs to be a priority. Self-motivated and neat in appearance with reliable transportation. Send resume to File 1272 , c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey MI 49770.
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$1250 COLT-COMMANDER .45acp satin nickel. Sold-out all of my consignment firearms for others! Put cash in their hands quickly! Let me do same for you! Â References. firstname.lastname@example.org or cell (231)218-0914.
Trades Looking for masons and laborers. Call (231)348-3146.
SALE MOVING/GARGAGE Trades (heated). 01210 Mountain Rd. East Jordan. (231)645-3118. Thursday GRONDINâ€™S HAIR CENTER 4-8, Friday 9-6, Saturday 9-4. Lots of OF PETOSKEY menâ€™s tools, power washer, arch Seeking experienced hairstylist welder, steel band saw, electric for busy walk-in salon. Hourly trolling motor, snow shoes, pump plus commission. No holidays or action 12 gauge shot gun, nuts, Sundays. Call (231)348-3474 to bolts and oil. Furniture and house schedule an interview. hold items, craft items including leather tools. Twin and king size Trades bedding, clothing. Ducks Unlimited frame prints. Large Speakers, office WHITE PINES ELECTRIC desk and shop tables, cabinets and Seeking Licensed Journeyman Elec- shelving, Coca Cola framed pictricians. full-time. Email resumes to: tures, lighted Roseâ€™s Diner picture, email@example.com or Large 3-way mirror, dressers, king mail to: P.O Box 177, Alanson, MI size mattress set, antique bath tub, 49706. counter stools, digital baby grand piano, 24 foot cargo trailer.
Customer Service Rep needed to join our fast-paced office environment. This job may be right for you if you have a strong work ethic, a high level of motivation, can learn quickly and retain what you have learned. Duties include: computer processing, answering incoming calls, resolving service issues. Our office is located in the Little Traverse Bay area. We will offer a strong compensation package to attract a strong candidate. Send resume to File 1274, c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey MI 49770.
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BABY CLOTHES Girlâ€™s (some brand new) 3 month to 5T priced 25Â˘ to $8 each. Pink Graco swing, $30. Bouncer, $20. Great condition. (231)348-0744.
$250. HAND Made Custom Boot knife by Bill Rey. Turn your guns/knives to cash. Let me sell them for you! I'll do it all photo/listing/sell. 50 years experience. No sale no fee. Cell (231)218-0914. firstname.lastname@example.org
KEGERATOR SINGLE faucet, black refrigerator, holds up to a 16 gallon keg, with co2 tank, practically new, lists for $600, asking $300. Martin DXM, acoustic guitar, great condition, lists for $669, asking $300. BABY CRIB convertible to toddler (231)881-2579. and twin bed, cherry wood. $100. (231)675-9073. LEATHER JACKET womenâ€™s, long, brown. $50 or best offer. BABY STROLLER Cosco and Graco (231)675-0071. baby swing, plus infant bathtub. $50 for all. (231)548-3248. LOW CURIO cabinet with glass and lighted $50. (989) 705-2632 (29) BED QUEEN-SIZE includes headboard, frame, mattress and box MATTRESS AND box springs queen springs. $50. (231)675-5526. size, $80. Footboard and headboard, solid cherry, queen size, BEDROOM SET medium oak, 2 full $100. (231)838-3873. headboards, 1 night stand, credenza, mirror, table, 2 chairs, $99. MATTRESS KING-SIZE never used, (231)347-0407 or (231)330-0909. still in plastic. $350. (231)439-9101. BOW-FLEX, GREAT condition like new. $550/best. (989)731-0930.(11)
$2500. MINT unfired Wyatt Earp .45 Colt cal engraved commemorative. Let me turn your stored guns to cash. Permit Required. nra4us&yahoo.com (231)218-0914.
MOTOCROSS JERSEY size XL â€œRock Starâ€?, brand new. Paid $60, sell for $20. (231)838-7969.
CAMERA LENS for Pentex camera and Pentex camera body. All NEW SCOSCHE E1000 1000 watt $100/firm. (989)390-5564.(10) amplifier kit. Ultra high power cables for car amplifier. Unopened. CARHARTT COAT new, blanket- N e w $40. Asking $20. lined, size 40. $50. (231)539-8894. (989)-705-7697.
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PORCELAIN DOLLS and Anniversary Barbies. Approximately 40. Priced $10 to $100 each. COUCH BROWN cloth good condi- (231)459-5236. tion. $40 or best offer. Dual-portable DVD player, 2 screens, brand R E F R I G E R A T O R ADMIRAL new $100. (231) 373-4152. side-by-side, frost free, with icemaker, great condition, everything COUCH/SOFA Tan color, small $650 WALTHER PPKS 9mm Kurtz flower pattern. Comfortable and in works, bisque color, $195. German made. Let me sell your good condition. $40 or best offer. (231)420-1637. guns! Â Call 231-218-0914 or email (231)347-5574. REFRIGERATOR SIDE-BY-SIDE, ice nra4us @yahoo.com and water in door, $150. CRAFTSMAN 12" band saw with (231)535-2217. stand. Good condition. $300/best. BARGAIN New power chair with many extras. (989)731-0930.(8) ROCKING CHAIR hickory, handAsking $2,200, was $12,000. made, Amish, beautiful, must see, CRIB/TODDLER BED plus changing (231)525-8739. $100. Climbing tree stand, table/dresser, 10 drawers total, light heavy-duty, perfect condition, $80. oak. $100. (231)237-9879. BE A Apex color TV, works great, $30. WISE SHOPPER DESK 54X28 Ebony, with chair, 2 (231)838-5366. Itâ€™s always wise to remember that if drawers, drop-down keyboard tray an offer sounds too good to be with free hutch and cabinet. $175. SEWING TABLE $50 or best offer. Photos available. Call true, it probably is. If you are (231)237-4310. (231)347-1777. offered merchandise at an unbelievably low price, check it out thor- ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR Invacare, oughly. A call to the Better Business works (can show) but needs batter- SKIS CROSS-COUNTRY Poles, NNN bindings & boots (7.5-8.5), 190cm Bureau (serving Eastern Michigan ies and footrests. Robot project? skis--100-140 lb. skier). $70 or best. and the Upper Peninsula) will tell $100. (231)742-2273. (231)330-1529. you whether other consumers have had problems with the firm that has ELEPHANT YAM plant, rare. Giant offered the merchandises. tuber, smelly flower, 6x8 ft., um- SKIS: ROSSIGNOL 177 cm with adjustable binding. $85. Snow board (248)223-9400. But call the Bureau brella leaf. $20. (231)547-1209. $10. (231)758-2287 BEFORE you make a purchase. Youâ€™ll be glad you did. ELLIPTICAL TRAINER for sale. $60 SLEEPER SOFA Flexsteel, like new, or best offer. In-town Petoskey. Call extra thick mattress, plaid fabric. BOWFLEX ULTIMATE Gym with leg (231)758-2885. $225. (231)347-5637. extension, EXTRA 100 lb. weights (total of 400 lbs.) and accessories. ENTERTAINMENT CENTER 6' wide, SNOWBOARD GIRLâ€™S Burton. $100. Mint condition. Paid $2,500. Asking 5-1/2' tall. Oak finish, staggered face (231)330-5051. and height. Very nice shape. $95 or $1,275. (231)881-0415. best offer. (231)525-8122. SNOWBOARD LIB-TECH with Burton custom bindings, $75 or best. FAUCET SINGLE-HOLE and handle, Copy, scanner, printer, Epson, bathroom, Grohe of Germany, brand new, $15. (231)459-8224. brand new. Sells for $169, now $85. (231)347-5747. SNOWMOBILE 1985 Ski-Doo Formula MX, hand warmers and cover, F A X / T E L E P H O N E M A C H I N E needs engine. $100. (231)582-9418. Brother. Works fine. $20. (231)348-9393. SNOWMOBILE 1996 Arctic Cat. $100. (231)838-2542 FILE CABINET Hon legal size, $50. Steelcase heavy duty office table, SNOWTHROWER CRAFTSMAN ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM: Timberlake cabinet. 36â€? Sony TV $ 6 0 0 n e w , a s k i n g $ 1 0 0 . 5 hp, electric start, 21â€?, runs great. and cassette deck, VHS record and (231)348-3925. $180. (231)242-0788. play. Pioneer DVD LD player. Excellent condition. $950 for all. FORD TRANSMISSION and transfer SOFA FLORAL pattern, Riverside, 7 case, for small block. $100. ft., good condition. $100. (231)242-0380. (231)881-6153. (231)347-2830. FREEDOM ARMS .500 Wyoming Express. Permit required. $1,400. FRANKLIN MINT model car col- STEP LADDER brand new, Werner, lectibles. 1903 Ford, $50. 1924 Ford 8 ft., fiberglass, with 250 lbs. load (231)675-3106. truck, $60, 1936 Ford, $50. 1959 capacity. Asking $90. Call or text (769)926-1885. NAUTILUS BOWFLEX II, all accesso- Ford, $60. (231)436-8595. ries, dumbells with SelectTech, storage rack, videos/manuals new con- FUTON SOFA-BED king-size, cus- TICKETS (2) Red Green Show in Indition. Paid $3600 will sacrifice for tom mahogany wood frame, cotton terlochen, April 12th. Sold out $2000 firm. Moving no room. Jim mattress from Canada, converts show. $40 each, or best offer. sofa to bed. Nice. $275. (231)548-1119. at (231)627-7420 (231)487-0645. T I R E S ( 4 ) Kelly Charger, SPOTTING SCOPE with carrying case, Leica APO-Televid 77, mint GAME TABLE, maple 42 inch hexa- 235/70/R14, raised white letter or condition, original box. $1,400. gon shape with glass top and 18 black wall, over 1/2 tread, all-seainch leaf. $85. (231)622-8041 son. $100. (231)881-0580. (231)622-8388.
GAS DRYER whirlpool, setup for LP Gas, great condition. Located in Elmira. $350. (231) 881-4066.
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TIRES SET of 4, Kelly Gold 225-60-R16, less than 10,000 miles. $100. (231)675-2019. TV 32â€? Sony Trinitron. $75. (231)536-2671, call afternoon or evening.
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TYPEWRITER UNDERWOOD manual with stand and cover. Original owner. $75. (231)547-4138. VACUUM LOVELESS Warm Ash Vac from Plow & Hearth. Barely used, new for $249.99, will sacrifice for $200. Call (231)330 -8637.
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1994 DODGE 318 motor runs great $100. You pull it out of the vehicle. (231)881-3806.
ABS 16â€? mags and tires, pair. $99. (231)676-0911.
ACOUSTIC GUITAR Baby blue accoustic Squier guitar, great shape, one string missing, $25. CD collection and cases, $50. Call Joe at (231)838-5780.
ANYTIME FITNESS Key. $40 key price to start a new membership, $30 if you buy mine. (231)330-8637.
ASH BOARDS 1â€? thick rough sawn, 100 board feet $60.00. (231)347-9456.
Great Back-Up Heat, No Electricity Needed To Run Comfort Glow, log style, cast iron, free-standing. 30,000 BTU output. Comes with custom knotty pine and ceramic tile hearth. $300 or best. (231)525-8122.
WALTHER R22 .22, $300. HK VP, 70Z 9mm, Heckler & Koch, $450. Beretta P 9mm, Par, $400. Permit required. (231)675-3106.
WASHER AND dryer. Bosch front load washer 500 Nexxt series, Maytag Neptune front load dryer (natuHOME INTERIOR Pheasant picture, ral gas). $600 set. (231)526-5097. deer picture with real wood frames also 2 large brass candleholders WATER HEATER A.O. Smith, 75 galand set of wood sconces. New. All lon propane with PowerShot exhaust blower. Used 6 years. Pick up for $100. (231)529-8462. only. $500 (231)548-1300. HP 56 Black Printer Cartridge. New. WESLO MOMENTUM 630 elliptical $10. (231)348-9393. exerciser. $50. (231)546-3209.(07) HP 96 Black Printer Cartridges (3). All 3 for $60. (Sells at $70 for 2). WINCHESTER 94 30-30, $375. Remington 870, 12 gauge, $375. New. (231)348-9393. Marlin .22, $175. Marlin, 336 CS, .35 HYDRAULIC OIL 5 gallon pails (3) caliber, $300. Remington 742, 30.06, $25 each. (231)347-6749. $400. Ithaca Model 37, 20 gauge, $250. Winchester double 20 gauge, JEANNETTE GLASS pitcher, 4 tum- $250. Winchester double, 16 gauge, blers and ice bowl. Green Jasper- $250. (231)675-3106. ware pattern. Excellent condition. $40. (231)838-5277. WINTER BOOTS. L.L. Bean. Ladyâ€™s size 7-1/2. 200 gram. $10. JEWELRY MAKING supplies for (989)705-1667 anytime.(29) necklaces and earrings, gemstone, beads, clasps, wire and supplies. WOMEN'S SNOWSHOES "Atlas, $75 for all. (248)-225-5635, Boyne Elektra 822" Excellent condition! $65 or best offer. Email City area. email@example.com for phoJUICER. HEAVY duty. Very good tos or call (231)675-6826. condition. $45. (989)350-1763.(10) WOMENâ€™S HOCKEY equipment. LEATHER SOFA contemporary $75. (231)348-3018. style, cream color, from upscale Canadian design store. Nice! Paid XL GLIDER exercise machine, good $2,000, asking $500. (231)487-0645. condition. $35. (231)582-6419.
2 BEDROOM 1 bath, 14x70 mobile home, in park, (can be moved), excellent. All appliances, washer dryer. $8,000/best. (989)464-8818 or (231)838-8528, leave message. 2 BEDROOM trailer with garage, references, no pets. $600/month plus $600 security deposit. (231)347-7547. CHARLEVOIX 3 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home in Charlevoix Estates. New paint, carpet/vinyl. Air, shed and deck. $4,500 under appraised value. $15,000. (231)347-2845.
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ORGAN KIMBALL â€œThe EnterFUEL & FIREWOOD tainerâ€? Model 1170. You move. $50 (or willing to donate to a church). AX MAN Split and dry hardwood, CHAIR WITH desk, hutch above, (231)330-6838. $67.50 a cord, OR green outdoor oak with trim, brown chair, purboiler wood, $55 a cord. Stacking chased at Pinery, excellent condi- PAK-N-PLAY $30. One owner, available. Also buying standing tim$550 NEW-BROWNING BPS 12 Ga tion, $75 or best offer. rarely used, excellent condition. ber. (231)881-6995. (231)242-0072. 3in chamber-pump in original fac- (231)582-2197. NOW ACCEPTING orders for firetory box. Variable Browning Choke CHILD CARRIER (Kelty) backpack system, includes case. nra4us@ya - with attachments for gear, hardly PLAY KITCHEN set, Step 2, 30 dish- wood. Cut, split, delivered. $60 a ware and 150 food items included. cord. Serving all of northern Michihoo.com or cell (231)218-0914. used. $75. (231)526-5097. Like new. $65. (231)547-2789. gan. (231)330-7205. COLORED PRINTER Dell brand new, $50. (231)348-5906.
BEAUTIFUL 2-STORY 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in north Emmet County, 1 mile from Sturgeon Bay. Possible horses. References. No smoking or indoor animals. (231)537-2254.
CHAINSAW POULAN 14" bar, new, never used. $100. (231)373-0381.
SEASONED HARDWOOD cut at 16â€?, split, delivered and stacked, $80/cord or order 5 cords or more $65/cord, delivered. (231)838-5440. TIRED OF RISING HEATING COSTS? Heat your entire home, water and more with an outdoor wood furnace from Central Boiler. Call Harbor Hardwoods (231)526-8405
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1 BEDROOM apartment, Harbor/Petoskey. No smoking/pets. CHARLEVOIX NEWLY remodeled References, lease. Includes utilities. office space 800 to 1,600 sq. ft., with For more info (231)347-9527. convenient parking. (231)547-4486. 1 BEDROOM furnished. All utilities COMMERCIAL PROPERTY for rent including cable paid, $550 a month. 1,850 square ft. plus full basement. No smoking or pets. (231)347-7864. High traffic area in Petoskey, Newly remodeled. Excellent exposure 2 BEDROOM $525 and 1 bed$1,200/monthly. (231)838-6900. room, $440, apartments for rent near downtown Charlevoix. Some DOWNTOWN PETOSKEY utilities included. Â NO SMOKING, PROFESSIONAL OFFICE NO PETS. (231)675-7544. Completely remodeled and ready for occupancy.Â 1861 sq. ft.Â Base 2 BEDROOM duplex, convenient, rent $1,861 month plus utilities. Call Charlevoix in-town. $600. 6 month Jack VanTreese & Associates at or 1 year lease, utilities included ex(231)347-3943. cept phone/TV. (231)547-2512. IDEAL FOR medical office. 1,600 sq. ft., first floor, reception area, good location, near hospital. Call Larry (231)838-6050.
OFFICE SPACE total 1,200+ sq. ft., Log cabin with lakeview, next to DR CHIPPER 12HP electric start, up Conway Post office. Good signage. to 3.5â€? branches, $ 8 0 0 . $900 a month plus utilities. (705)736-1231. (231)348-8620.
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BEAR CREEK Estates, Petoskey. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, bottom floor unit, redone. $675/month plus utilities and security. Available March 26th. (231)632-2079.
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CHARLEVOIX IN-TOWN 2 bedroom upper flat, room for washer/dryer, newly painted. Year lease. $500 plus utilities. (231)838-3362.
CHARLEVOIX 1 bedroom luxury unit, Edgewater Inn, 2 bath, washer, dryer. No smoking or pets. Lease. $750 a month. (517)881-5938.
CHARLEVOIX GREAT location in-town 1 & 2 bedroom, first floor, $595/$695 includes utilities, laundry on site, no pets/no smoking, dePROFESSIONAL OFFICE space now posit. References. (231)547-4357. COMMERCIAL PROPavailable in attractive downtown ERTY building on E. Mitchell St. Rent of HARBOR SPRINGS near Boyne, COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, 1630 $475 for approximately 450 sq. ft. large efficiency, country setting, Clarion Avenue, Petoskey, MI. 3.89 includes utilities. Office open onto small deck off living area, utilities Acres on Clarion Ave near rail.Â an inside hallway. Entry reception included, free laundry. $525 a Zoned I - 1 Light Industrial. J. Laney, area and conference room are avail- month. (231)526-7396. Realtor, Prudential Preferred Prop- able (shared). Call Steve, erties. (334)505-0299. 231-330-1672
RETAIL AND office space for lease, Petoskey Gaslight District. 1,200 to BUYING A home? Grant/loan avail- 2,000 sq. ft., great location. Call able for down payment and rehab. Larry, (231)838-6050. Northern Homes CDC, (231)582-6244. EHO. 12 happy cus- SECOND FLOOR office space, Petoskey Gaslight District, 1,000 to 1,600 tomers already. sq. ft., adjacent to parking lot. Call Larry, (231)838-6050.
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NEW TODAY HARBOR SPRINGS (2) bedroom duplexes, #2864 - $635, @Villas of Harbor Springs, INCLUDES utilities. NO pets. Coin laundry. Mike, (231)590-3699, or Leo (586)216-0682. EAST JORDAN 1 block to school. Newly renovated 3 bedroom brick home, 2-story, 1-1/2 bath, 2-car garage, full basement, hardwood floors. $75,000. (231)881-4260.
CHARLEVOIX FREE HEAT 409 Antrim St., (2) upper 1 bedroom units. $525 and $475 a month, utilities included. Lease. No pets. (231)547-2145.
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3 BEDROOM 2 bath mobile home between Boyne City/East Jordan. $550 a month plus deposit, references. (231)582-7628.
BIG LAKE (Gaylord). $1,250/month. 2,600 sq. ft. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 122 feet on all sports lake. Master suite, family, laundry and rec. room. No smoking/pets. (248)752-7604.
BOYNE CITY 2 bedroom, 2 bath, attached garage. No pets. No smoking, (don’t ask).$525 a month plus utilities and deposit. (231)582-3590.
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CHARLEVOIX 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1996 CHEVROLET Lumina, good on Old US-31. $700 a month plus transportation, high miles. $1,100 utilities. First month and security. or best. (231)420-9579. (231)675-7070. 1996 CORVETTE. Red. Coupe. VorCUTE HOME in Charlevoix, 3 bed- tex Super Charger. $17,000/best. room, 1 bath, close to schools and (989)731-4315. downtown. $750/month, plus utili1996 MERCURY Mystique. Runs ties (231)357-1551. great, new tires, brakes and battery. EAST JORDAN 214 Echo St., 3 bed- $2,000 or best offer. (231)548-2915 room. Fenced backyard. Available now. $135 a week plus utilities. $500 deposit and lease required. (231)536-0539.
HARBOR SPRINGS 2 bedroom/ large loft, 1 bath, near Nubs Nob and Boyne. $750/month a month plus utilities. (231)838-5144.
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2006 CHEVROLET Cobalt, power locks, tilt, air, cruise. Nice tires and brakes. Clean. $5,250. (231)838-9052.
1993 FEATHERLITE 2-horse straight load horse trailer, stall mats, insulated dressing room with removable bed and electric, new tires. $6,000. (231)330-3184.
MALTI POO puppies small and very cute, first vaccines, $200 - $250. (231)585-7187.
POMERANIAN PUPPIES pure bred, ready to go. $200 each. (231)290-1286.
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2001 FORD Taurus, cruise, tilt, air, power windows, locks and mirrors, aluminum wheels. Very nice. $3,950. (231)838-2837.
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2007 CHEVROLET Cobalt LT, power windows, locks, mirrors, CD with aux port, newer tires/extra set snow tires. Great shape and clean. 68,500 miles, great mileage, 2.2 engine. $8,500/best. (231)330-5495.
2001 WINNEBAGO Journey 37’, diesel rear engine, 330 CAT, 2 slides on driver’s side, all the goodies. 45,000 miles. Stored inside, Boyne City. $64,900. Pat, (772)532-9881, cell or (231)582-2112. 2002 DUTCH Star Diesel Pusher by Newmar. 40’, 2 slides, loaded, one owner, non-smoker. Excellent condition. 44,800 miles. $99,900. (989)370-4265.(21)
2002 NATIONAL Trade Winds 40 ft. Diesel Pusher, 2 slides, fiberglass 2009 GMC Denali XL, $34,900. Fully roof and sidewalls, leveling jacks, loaded, long version, AWD, heated inverter, generator, leather, leather, seats 7, all electronics, non-smokers, 58,000 miles. $85,000 Backup Camera, Only 53,000 miles, or best offer. Call (231)675-0564 . Great shape, (231)675-0749. POWER WASH RIG 16HP van mounted, 3,000 PSI, 5 gallon per minute, hot and cold power washer, 1998 Savannah van, ladder racks, 50,000 miles, clean, never seen a winter. $12,000. (231)881-7006.
2004 CARDINAL 33’ fifth wheel by Forest River, 3 slides, new Air Ride hitch. Asking $18,000. (231)526-6260. 2008 27’ Cirrus Travel Trailer, light weight aluminum with expando, air, awning, in excellent condition. Asking $10,500. (231)625-2859.
2002 HAULMARK trailer, nice shape. 4-place, drive-on/drive-off. $3,500, firm. (231)838-4363. 1963 CHEVY stepside. Body decent. 350 stock motor. Original straight 6 cylinder. Bucket seats. New tires/rims. Needs some work to run. $3,800. (989)731-6360.
MOTORCYCLES & ATVS
1997 HARLEY Davidson Ultra classic. 29,000 miles. New tires and battery, many extras. $8500 1980 FORD F800 636 Detroit diesel (231)537-4747 single axle truck with 13’ articulating snowplow blade and grating 2004 BUELL Blast 500cc, like new, underbelly blade. 54,900 miles. great starter bike. 652 miles. $3,000 or best offer. (231)675-3560 or Runs well. $8,995. (989)732-9544. (231)459-4441.
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cab, 4x4, 4.3 liter, no dents or rust, (2) 1972 Suzuki “his and hers” silver, 175,000 miles, very depend- matched set, 360 and 400 models, able, $4,950. Call (231)838-7969. 90% mint. $1,300 or best offer. (231)330-3523. 1997 NISSAN SE pickup. 4 wheel drive. Standard cab. High miles. ARE 1998 FORMULA Z583. Electric start, fiberglass topper with ladder/boat handwarmers, low miles and 1997 racks and side and back access win- Mach I 700 with trailer. $2,600 or dows. New tires, brakes, shocks and best offer. (231)587-0859.(07) clutch. $3,200. (989)390-2488. 2 YAMAHA SRX Viper 700cc snowmobiles. Very low miles. Like new. Complete brand new outfits with 1999 JEEP Cherokee Sport 4x4. V-6. helmets, boots, etc. $7,500/all. 123,000 miles. Runs great. (231)585-6633. $2,800/best. Jim, (989)619-0004. 2000 CHEVROLET Tracker, red, 2002 ARCTIC Cat ZL-SS600 EFI, soft-top, 2-door, 4x4, 174,000 miles, 3,500 miles, excellent condition, inruns great. Newer tires. Well main- cludes helmet and cover. $2,000. (231)548-2915. tained. $2,100. (231)348-8414.
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STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF EMMET NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate FILE NO. 11-012604-DE Estate of James Fabian Aldrich Date of birth: July 1, 1929
TO ALL CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, James Fabian Aldrich, who lived at 9207 Miller Road, Alanson, Michigan died May 7, 2011. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Patricia A. Aldrich, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at Emmet County Building, 200 Division Street, Petoskey and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. Date: 3-7-12 2009 TOYOTA Venza, V6, AWD, 2002 DODGE Dakota. 4 wheel 2 SLEDS. Yamaha SRX500. Polaris William R. Brown (P40302) 37,500 miles, silver, leather, loaded, drive. 4 door. Great condition. Runs Super Sport 550. Triton Drive on 314 Howard St., Ste. 4 extended warranty. $26,200. Call great. 6” lift. Brand new big tires. Drive off trailer. $4,700 or best offer. Petoskey, MI 49770 days, (231)347-8310. Call for more information, Stored inside. Excellent condition. (231)347-1919 (989)350-9260.(23) Patricia A. Aldrich (989)614-6404.(07) 9207 Miller Road BUY HERE, PAY HERE!! BOATS & MARINE Alanson, Michigan 49706 2003 CHEVROLET Avalanche Z-71 BAD CREDIT, BANKRUPTCY, EQUIPMENT (231)548-3905 4x4. Electric/heated seats, leather, REPOS, OK (L-3/9) chrome rims, Michelin tires, 6 disk 1981 SEA Ray 16’ 7” closed bow. Easy terms. Low down payment. Bose system, Onstar/satellite. 120 hp, 4 cylinder motor, Merc outMost monthly payments under 185,000 miles. Very good condition. drive, new cover, seats and steering, $200. 24 month warranties $8,500/best. (989)732-3744. EZ Load Trailer. Nice boat. $2,200. available on all vehicles. (989)786-5524. Hundreds of vehicles and 2003 CHEVROLET Silverado thousands of happy customers. pickup, 4x4, 6 cylinder, 94,000 1983 SEA RAY Sundancer 245 with miles. Runs good, very good shape. Shorelander Trailer, Reduced to CALL RICH (231)222-2166. $6,500 or best offer. Will store for (989)306-3656 one winter. (231)547-6363.
1988 FORD 1220 tractor. Four wheel drive, hydrostatic transmission, front end loader, chains. Rear 2009 SUBARU Legacy Sedan. snow blower for the 3-point hitch. $19,495. Special Edition, Moonroof, $7,900/best. (989)732-3744. AWD! Only 11,400 Miles! Excellent Condition! Call Carolyn, KUBOTA 1995 L2250, 1,480 hours, (231)347-6038. Subaru by the Bay 4-wheel drive, includes bucket. Never used for commercial. $8,000. (231)838-6921.
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2007 MERCURY Milan, 4-door, AWD, 25,000 miles, heated seats, MALE/FEMALE ROOMMATE to sunroof, satellite radio. $12,900. share large, new 2 bedroom, (231)838-6784. located at Bear Creek Apartments, Petoskey. Price negotiable. 2009 CHEVY Impala Luxury Sport, warranty through 2015, full power, (570)574-8995. leather, sun roof, remote start, flex fuel, Bose XM radio, On Star, new STORAGE SPACE FOR skins, 30 mpg, $15,990 or RENT $250/month . (231)290-1899. STORAGE UNITS Charlevoix Mini Storage, (231)547-5838, Closed Thursdays.
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A BOAT house on the Crooked River near swing bridge, close to town, comfortable seasonal living quarters. 8,000 lb. hydraulic lift. $48,000. (248)464-4377.
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2005 HONDA Element EX, AWD, air, cruise, tilt, power lock, windows. Rear sunroof, alloy wheels, $12,995. Brian, (231)347-5890. www.petoskeyautosales.com
DOWNTOWN PETOSKEY fully furnished room, utilities and cable included, off street parking. $450 month, plus deposit , no pets. 3 or 6 month lease. (231)347-4612.
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted to share bills and expenses in Petoskey house. $500 a month (negotiable). Utilities, cable, TV and internet included. (231)881-1443.
A 1929 Chris-Craft Cadet, 22’, well loved. Fresh varnish. Original and Crusader 6 cylinder engines. Cover and trailer included. $48,000 (U.S.) (248)464-4377.
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2005 HYUNDAI Sonata. 99,000 miles. 6 cylinder, automatic. 1 owner. Full power. Moon roof, heated seats. Newer tires. Very nice car. $6,000/best. (231)564-1661.
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2006 DODGE Town & Country fully loaded, 70,000 miles, ALL power, very nice Florida vehicle. Blue Book $10,500. Asking $9,500. (231)838-3822.
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BEDROOM AND bath for one person to rent. $400 a month. Cable WiFi and kitchen privileges. Kolinski Rd., Petoskey. (231)622-4787.
2005 FORD 250. 4 wheel drive. Die1973 CORVETTE Convertible, 350 sel. Great condition. Runs great. Automatic, power steering/brakes, Never seen snow. 8” lift, big tires. air, alloys, both tops, white, black Call for more information, interior, 79K actual miles, owned 13 (989)614-6405.(07) years. $21,500. (231)622-2347. 2005 GMC Envoy, white, 105,000 miles, looks and runs great, well maintained. Moon/sun roof, Bose sound, 6-disc CD, tow package, On-Star. $9,800. (231)675-1774.
44’ BOAT well for lease, $500 deposit and 7 payments of $500 ($4,000). Balance due by 6/1/2012. #116 F Dock Harborage Marina, Boyne City Marina. (772)532-9881.
PETOSKEY 1 to 2 bedroom, 1 bath, overlooks bay, parks. Laundry. No tobacco/pets, references. $550 a month. (231)838-6784.
2002 SUGAR Sand Tango Xtreme jet boat, 16 feet, 210 HP Mercury V6, fast and fun! One owner. Trailer and gear included. $8,900. (231)238-5160.
SEA RAY Sundancer, 260. $8,500 or best offer. Roller trailer, winch, 28 hp kicker motor, stove, head, queen Only $16,500 front and aft, depth sounders. Awe1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe some Great Lakes fishing or family with rumble seat. Beautiful dark 2006 HONDA CRV EX excellent b o a t ! c o n t a c t : green. Restored. Needs seat covers condition, sun roof, leather, satellite 83SeaRay26@gmail.com 2002 HONDA Civic 5 speed, nicely and top. (231)347-2905. radio, 6 disc CD, power windows, equipped, sunroof. Stored winters. locks, mirrors, 96,000 miles. In excellent shape! Priced to sell, RESTORED 1952 military M38-A1 $12,500. (231)582-2075. OUTDOOR RECREATION Jeep, new engine, transmission, $7,995. Brian (231)347-5890 brakes, seats, top, doors and winwww.petoskeyautosales.com dows, tires, wheels, much, much 2004 CHRYSLER Sebring, 121,000 more. reduced from $9,500 to miles, 4-door, clean, runs great, $7,500. (231)537-2433. newer tires. $4,700. (231)838-0657.
LEVERING 3 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, double corner lot, room for a garden. Year lease. References. $550 a month plus utilities. 2005 CHEVROLET Cavalier, automatic, new tires, power locks, air, (231)838-1160. CD player. 100,000 miles. No probLOG CABIN 3 bedroom, 1 bath, lems. $4,450. (231)347-8870. Crooked Lake view, possible boat dockage, next to Conway Post office. $850 a month plus utilities. (705)736-1231.
PETOSKEY 2 bedroom, washer, dryer. Includes gas and water. Acreage, near casino. Very nice. $750 a month. (231)631-7512.
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2003 TOYOTA Highlander Limited, 4WD, Pewter, sunroof, heated leather, 6 disc CD, local trade-in. $11,990. Dave Kring ChevroletCadillac, Petoskey. (231)347-2585.
BEAUTIFUL CAR 1973 Corvette Convertible. 350, 4 speed manual transmission, custom Crager wire spoke rims. Silver with black interior and black top. 53,000 miles. $23,500. (989)939-8136.
23’ BOWRIDER 2000 Caravelle Interceptor 232BR, 320 hp, SS prop, 400 hours, Captain’s Call, Bose stereo. Fast and clean boat. $16,900. Please call (231)881-4061.
2005 CHEVROLET Silverado 2500 HD 4x4. V-8, 6.0, extended cab. 110,000 miles. Towing package, 7-1/2’ unimount Western plow. $17,000/best. Jim, (989)619-0004.
2003 PONTIAC Montana 125,000 miles, new tires and wheel bearings, DVD player, very clean inside and out, $5,900. (231)833-0299.
2004 FORD Ranger XLT, extended cab, 4x4, hitch, power windows and 1970 CAMARO RS, fresh restora- locks, runs great, looks great, tion, 350 auto, light blue, black inte- 105,500 miles. $8,750 or best offer. rior, $22,000 invested, excellent (231)758-2095. condition, $14,000 . (231)622-8586.
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newly painted, large basement and garage. Includes appliances. $750 1985 CAMARO Berlinetta 350. New plus utlities. No pets. Deposit, tires. Good shape. $3,200. (678)294-5014.(17) lease. (231)547-4233, after 2 p.m.
EAST JORDAN rent to own 4 bedroom 2 bath, newly remodeled home. $950 a month. Call Jeff at (231)582-0097.
1950 CHRYSLER Windsor, Quaker gray, 2-door, Club Coupe. 45,826 original miles. Interior 100% original, all new chrome. $17,750. (231)544-6684.
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FORECLOSURE NOTICE RANDALL S. MILLER & ASSOCIATES, P.C. MAY BE A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED MAY BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. IF YOU ARE A MILITARY SERVICEMEMBER ON ACTIVE DUTY NOW OR IN THE PRIOR NINE MONTHS, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE. Mortgage Sale Default has been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Gerald Harrington, a single man to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. as nominee for New Century Mortgage Corporation, Mortgagee, dated December 18, 2006, and recorded on December 29, 2006, in Liber 1086, Page 876, Emmet County Records, said mortgage was assigned to U.S. Bank, National Association, as Trustee under the Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated as of February 1, 2007, GSAMP Trust 2007-NC1, Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-NC1 by an Assignment of Mortgage dated February 16, 2012 and recorded February 27, 2012 in Liber 1142, Page 401, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of One Hundred Sixty-Eight Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty-Eight and 24/100 ($168,858.24) including interest at the rate of 8.25000% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public venue, at the place of holding the Circuit Court in said Emmet County, where the premises to be sold or some part of them are situated, at 11:00 AM on April 12, 2012 Said premises are situated in the Village of Alanson, Emmet County, Michigan, and are described as: Commencing at a point 976 and one sixth feet East of the Northwest corner of the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 10, Township 35 North, Range 5 West; thence South 80 and eleven twelfth feet; thence East 98 feet; thence North 142 feet to the old one eighth section line and street line; thence West 98 feet; thence South 61 and one twelfth feet to the place of commencing; intending to describe Lot 4, excepting therefrom the West 2 feet thereof and Lot 5, Block 4, Evergreen Park, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Liber 4 of Plats, Page 16, Emmet County Records. ALSO: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 5, Block 4, Evergreen Park, according to the plat thereof as recorded in Liber 4 of Plats, Page 16, Emmet County Records; thence East 42.5 feet; thence South to the North line of Outlot 1 of said plat of Evergreen Park; thence Westerly along said North line to a point South of the place of commencing; thence North to the place of commencing; being a part of the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 10, Township 35 North, Range 4 West. Commonly known as: 6384 West Street If the property is eventually sold at foreclosure sale, the redemption period will be 6.00 months from the date of sale unless the property is abandoned or used for agricultural purposes. If the property is determined abandoned in accordance with MCL 600.3241 and/or 600.3241a, the redemption period will be 30 days from the date of sale, or 15 days after statutory notice, whichever is later. If the property is presumed to be used for agricultural purposes prior to the date of the foreclosure sale pursuant to MCL 600.3240, the redemption period is 1 year. Pursuant to MCL 600.3278, if the property is sold at a foreclosure sale, the borrower(s) will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. TO ALL PURCHASERS: The foreclosing mortgagee can rescind the sale. In that event, your damages are, if any, limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. If you are a tenant in the property, please contact our office as you may have certain rights. Dated: March 9, 2012 Randall S. Miller & Associates, P.C. Attorneys for U.S. Bank, National Association, as Trustee under the Pooling and Servicing Agreement dated as of February 1, 2007, GSAMP Trust 2007-NC1, Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2007-NC1 43252 Woodward Avenue, Suite 180, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302, 248-335-9200 Case No. 12OMI00036-1 (L-3/9,3/16,3/23,3/30)
STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF EMMET NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate FILE NO. 12-012619-DE Estate of Jeanette Ruth Tousain Date of birth: March 25, 1929
TO ALL CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Jeanette Ruth Tousain, who lived at 1117 Jennings Avenue, Petoskey, Michigan died May 20, 2011. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Nancy Ann Hewson, named personal representative or proposed personal representative, or to both the probate court at Emmet County Building, 200 Division Street, Petoskey and the named/proposed personal representative within 4 months after the date of publication of this notice. Date: 3-7-12 William R. Brown (P40302) 314 Howard St., Ste. 4 Petoskey, MI 49770 (231)347-1919 Nancy Ann Hewson 4126 Powers Road Alanson, Michigan 49706 (231)347-0036 (L-3/9)
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NOTICE OF Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Matthew C. Kinney a/k/a Matt Kinney a single man and Stacey Smith, a single woman, original mortgagor(s), to Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., Mortgagee, dated October 8, 2004, and recorded on November 5, 2004 in Liber 1058 on Page 577, and assigned by said Mortgagee to THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATEHOLDERS OF CWABS, INC., ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-12 as assignee as documented by an assignment, in Emmet county records, Michigan, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Two Hundred One Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Five and 50/100 Dollars ($201,995.50), including interest at 2% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue, at the place of holding the circuit court within Emmet County, at 11:00 AM, on April 12, 2012. Said premises are situated in Township of Resort, Emmet County, Michigan, and are described as: Lot 7, Vantage View, according to the plat thereof recorded in Liber 10 of Plats, Pages 40 and 41, Emmet County Records The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: March 9, 2012 For more information, please call: FC X (248) 593-1302 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-2525 File #066637F02 (L-3/9,3/16,3/23,3/30)
NOTICE OF Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Jon J. Vancourt and Sue Ann Payne, Husband and Wife, original mortgagor(s), to Republic Bank, Mortgagee, dated July 28, 2006, and recorded on August 10, 2006 in Liber 1081 on Page 931, in Emmet county records, Michigan, and assigned by said Mortgagee to FCO Residential 2011-1 Trust as assignee, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of One Hundred Ninety-Three Thousand Five Hundred Eleven and 01/100 Dollars ($193,511.01), including interest at 3% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some
part of them, at public vendue, at the place of holding the circuit court within Emmet County, at 11:00 AM, on April 5, 2012. Said premises are situated in Township of Readmond, Emmet County, Michigan, and are described as: The West 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 33, Township 37 North, Range 6 West THIS PROPERTY IS SUBJECT TO PART 511 OF ACT 451 OF 1994, AS AMENDED, THE COMMERCIAL FOREST PART OF THE NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: March 2, 2012 For more information, please call: FC H (248) 593-1300 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-2525 File #314800F04 (L-3/2,3/9.3/16,3/23) NOTICE OF Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Dan Procknow and Tanya R. Procknow, Husband and Wife, original mortgagor(s), to Fifth Third Mortgage- MI, LLC, Mortgagee, dated December 12, 2002, and recorded on December 18, 2002 in Liber 922 on Page 542, and modified by Affidavit or Order recorded on July 21, 2010 in Liber 1125 on Page 575, in Emmet county records, Michigan, and assigned by said Mortgagee to Fifth Third Mortgage Company as assignee, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Thirty-Two Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Six and 58/100 Dollars ($32,876.58), including interest at 5.5% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue, at the place of holding the circuit court within Emmet County, at 11:00 AM, on March 22, 2012. Said premises are situated in Village of Pellston, Emmet County, Michigan, and are described as: Lot 19, Block 19 Bogardus' Addition to the Village of Pellston, according to the Plat thereof recorded in Liber 3 of Plats, Page 28, Emmet County Records. The redemption period shall be 12 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: February 17, 2012
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EMMET COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Click Road over the Bear River Three Span Timber Bridge Design, Fabrication and Delivery of Materials Sealed bids for materials for the proposed Three Span Timber Bridge on Click Road over the Bear River are requested and will be received until 9:00 a.m. on March 13, 2012, at the Emmet County Road Commission Office, 2265 E. Hathaway Road, Harbor Springs, MI 49740, at which time they will be opened and read aloud. Supplying materials for this project will include design, fabrication, and delivery of a timber structure per the Engineer’s plans, specifications, section 705 (Foundation Piling) and section 709 (Timber Structures) of the 2012 MDOT Standard Specifications for Construction. Plans and Specifications will be on file and available from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday starting on February 22, 2012 at the Emmet County Road Commission Office. Persons desiring paper or electronic copies of the plans should contact Brian A. Gutowski at (231)347-8142. Each bid proposal shall be submitted on the provided Bid Form. A certified check, cashier’s check or an acceptable bid bond for a sum of no less than five percent (5%) of the amount of the bid will be required with each submittal. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) calendar days after the scheduled time for the receipt of the bids. Materials shall be delivered to the bridge site within 12 weeks of design plan approval. All proposals must be in sealed envelopes, plainly marked as to contents and the name of the bidder. Telephone or faxed bids will not be accepted. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, to waive any irregularities in the bids, and to award the bid in a manner deemed in the best interests of Emmet County. (B-2/24, 3/9)
For more information, please call: FC J (248) 593-1311 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-2525 File #394476F01 (L-2/17,2/24,3/2,3/9) NOTICE OF Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the foreclosing mortgagee. In that event, your damages, if any, shall be limited solely to the return of the bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest. MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the conditions of a mortgage made by Dawn Keller and Raymond Keller, husband and wife, original mortgagor(s), to Member First Mortgage, LLC, Mortgagee, dated July 21, 2003, and recorded on August 22, 2003 in Liber 1001 on Page 713, in Emmet county records, Michigan, and assigned by said Mortgagee to Midwest Loan Services, Inc. as assignee, on which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Sixty-Nine Thousand Five Hundred Eighteen and 09/100 Dollars ($69,518.09), including interest at 6.875% per annum. Under the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, notice is hereby given that said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises, or some part of them, at public vendue, at the place of holding the circuit court within Emmet County, at 11:00 AM, on April 5, 2012. Said premises are situated in Township of Mckinley, Emmet County, Michigan, and are described as: Lot 10 and the Easterly 36.50 feet of Lot 9, Block 2, plat of A.M. LaBaron's Addition to the Village of Levering, according to the recorded plat thereof as recorded in Liber 3 of Plats, Page 30, more particularly described as follows: beginning at a found 1/2 iron rod at the Southwest corner of Lot 7, Block 2, plat of A.M. LeBaron's Addition to the Village of Levering; thence along the South line of said Block 2, North 89 degrees 57 minutes 30 seconds East 113.28 feet to the Southwest corner of the Easterly 36.50 feet of Lot 9, of said Block 2 and the point of beginning; thence along the West line of the Easterly 36.50 feet of said Lot 9 North 00 degrees 05 minutes 37 seconds West 123.96 feet to the Northwest corner of the Easterly 36.50 feet of said Lot 9; thence along the North line of Lots 9 and 10 of said Block 2 North 89 degrees 56 minutes 45 seconds East 86.41 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 10 of said Block 2; thence along the East line said Lot 10 South 00 degrees 06 minutes 02 seconds East 123.96 feet to the Southeast corner of said Lot 10; thence along the South line of said Block 2, South 89 degrees 57 minutes 30 seconds West 86.43 feet to the point of beginning. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: March 2, 2012 For more information, please call: FC J (248) 593-1311 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-2525 File #397950F01 (L-3/2,3/9,3/16,3/23)
court within Emmet County, at 11:00 AM, on April 12, 2012. Said premises are situated in Township of Friendship, Emmet County, Michigan, and are described as: Unit 10, True North Estates, according to the Master Deed Recorded in Liber 895, Pages 851 through 935, Inclusive, Emmet County Records, and Amendments thereto, and designated as Emmet County Condominium Subdivision Plan No. 267, together with rights in General Common Elements and Limited Common Elements as set forth in said Master Deed and Amendments thereto; and as described in Act 59 of the Public Acts of 1978, as amended. The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA 600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale. If the property is sold at foreclosure sale under Chapter 32 of the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, pursuant to MCL 600.3278 the borrower will be held responsible to the person who buys the property at the mortgage foreclosure sale or to the mortgage holder for damaging the property during the redemption period. Dated: March 9, 2012 For more information, please call: FC F (248) 593-1313 Trott & Trott, P.C. Attorneys For Servicer 31440 Northwestern Highway, Suite 200 Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334-2525 File #398131F01 (L-3/9,3/16,3/23,3/30)
CHARLEVOIX COUNTY RECREATION GRANT SECOND PUBLIC HEARING The Charlevoix County Board of Commissioners will hold a second public hearing on Wednesday March 14, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. in the Commissioners’ Room at the Charlevoix County Building, 203 Antrim Street, Charlevoix, MI 49720. The purpose of the hearing is to accept public comments on a Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund development grant application for the expansion of the Boyne City to Charlevoix non-motorized trail, which will eventually connect the Little Traverse Wheelway to Boyne City. From the Little Traverse Wheelway in Charlevoix Twp. at Waller Road, the trail route is intended to cross to the east side of US-31, parallel US-31 to the southwest, and then parallel the BC/Chx. Road to the entrance of Camp Sea-Gull in Hayes Twp. A draft of the MNRTF application is available at www.charlevoixcounty.org . Questions regarding the grant application should be directed to the Charlevoix County Parks Department at (231) 582-7040 or email at email@example.com (L-3/9)
LITTLEFIELD TOWNSHIP PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Littlefield Township Board will hold a public hearing on the proposed township budget for the fiscal year March 2012/2013 for the fiscal year, March 20, 2012 at 7631 Burr Ave., Alanson MI at 5 PM. Written or oral comments by the public FORECLOSURE NOTICE RANDALL S. MILLER & ASSOCIATES, are welcome. P.C. MAY BE A DEBT COLLECTOR The property tax milATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED lage rate proposed to be MAY BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. levied to support the IF YOU ARE A MILITARY SERVICE- proposed budget will be MEMBER ON ACTIVE DUTY NOW OR IN THE PRIOR NINE MONTHS, subject of this hearing. This notice is in compliance with PA PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE. 267 of 1976, as amended by the Mortgage Sale Default has been made in the con- (Open Meeting Act). MCLA 4172 a ditions of a certain mortgage made (2) (3) and the Americans with Disby Maria H. Pierpont and Matthew abilities Act. J. Pierpont, wife and husband to Mortgage Electronic Registration The 2012-2013 Budgets will be Systems, Inc. acting solely as nomi- adopted at the close of this meetnee for The Bank of Northern Michi- ing. Copies of the budget will be gan, Mortgagee, dated June 5, available from the clerk at 7898 2009, and recorded on June 16, Crump Rd., Alanson, Mi 49706 or 2009, in Liber 1114, Page 473, Phone 231-348-8464. Emmet County Records, said mort- Individuals with disabilities requirgage was assigned to BANK OF ing auxiliary aids or services should AMERICA, N.A., SUCCESSOR BY contact Littlefield Township SuperMERGER TO BAC HOME LOANS visor, Damien Henning, (231) SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE 548-5443, 7 days prior to any meetHOME LOANS SERVICING, LP by an ing so auxiliary aids may be availAssignment of Mortgage dated De- able. Sondra Festerling, Clerk s/Sondra Festerling, Clerk cember 01, 2011 and recorded De(L-3/9,3/12,3/13) cember 05, 2011 in Liber 1140, Page 42, on which mortgage there is PUBLIC NOTICE claimed to be due at the date hereof the sum of Three Hundred Fifty-Two Thousand One Hundred The Emmet County Board of ComSeventy-Eight and 84/100 missioners will hold a Public Hear($352,178.84) including interest at ing on March 15, 2012 at 5:45PM to the rate of 4.87500% per annum. receive public comment on the folUnder the power of sale contained lowing grant applications: in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided, no- 1) Michigan Natural Resources Trust tice is hereby given that said mort- Fund Grant gage will be foreclosed by a sale of A Michigan Natural Resources Trust the mortgaged premises, or some Fund Grant Application to fund impart of them, at public venue, at the provements to the Headlands Park place of holding the Circuit Court in located in Wawatam Township. said Emmet County, where the The purpose of the project is to propremises to be sold or some part of vide accessible restroom and parkthem are situated, at 11:00 AM on ing facilities. April 12, 2012 Said premises are 2) Michigan Recreation Passport situated in the Township of Resort, Grant Emmet County, Michigan, and are A Michigan Recreation Passport described as: Unit 2, WOODSIDE Grant Application to fund a CONDOMINIUM, a Condominium dark-sky and multi-use seating area according to the Master Deed re- at the Headlands Park in Wawatam corded in Liber 1070, Page 336, and Township. The purpose of the prodesignated as Emmet County Con- ject is to allow seating for all users dominium Plan No 314, Emmet of the park with a focus on the County Records, together with night sky viewing opportunities of rights in general common elements the International Dark Sky Park. and limited common elements as 3) Land and Water Conservation set forth in the above Master Deed Fund Grant and as described in Act 59 of the A Land and Water Conservation Public Acts of 1978, as amended. Fund Grant Application to fund reCommonly known as: 2632 WOOD- placement of a playground at Camp SIDE DR If the property is eventually Pet-O-Se-Gain Littlefield Township. sold at foreclosure sale, the re- The purpose of the project is to prodemption period will be 6.00 vide updated accessible playmonths from the date of sale unless ground equipment in the day-use the property is abandoned or used area of Camp Pet-O-Se-Ga. for agricultural purposes. If the 4) DEQ Coastal Zone Management property is determined abandoned Grant in accordance with MCL 600.3241 A DEQ Coastal Zone Management and/or 600.3241a, the redemption Grant Application to fund an accesperiod will be 30 days from the date sible boardwalk from the parking of sale, or 15 days after statutory area to the Dark Sky Viewing area NOTICE OF notice, whichever is later. If the and pier area along Lake Michigan Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR property is presumed to be used for at Headlands Park located in ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. agricultural purposes prior to the Wawatam Township. The purpose ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN date of the foreclosure sale pursu- of the project is to connect the WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. ant to MCL 600.3240, the redemp- parking area with the lake shore PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT tion period is 1 year. Pursuant to through universally accessible walkTHE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN MCL 600.3278, if the property is ways. sold at a foreclosure sale, the borACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTN PURCHASERS: This sale may rower(s) will be held responsible to The hearings will be held in the be rescinded by the foreclosing the person who buys the property Commissioners Room of the Emmet mortgagee. In that event, your at the mortgage foreclosure sale or County Building, 200 Division damages, if any, shall be limited to the mortgage holder for damag- Street, Petoskey, Michigan 49770. solely to the return of the bid ing the property during the re- Public opinion is desired. For quesamount tendered at sale, plus inter- demption period. TO ALL PUR- tions, information or to submit CHASERS: The foreclosing mortga- comments, contact the Office of est. gee can rescind the sale. In that Planning and Zoning Office, 3434 MORTGAGE SALE Default has been made in the con- event, your damages are, if any, lim- Harbor-Petoskey Road, Suite E, Harditions of a mortgage made by ited solely to the return of the bid bor Springs, MI, 49740 or call (231) Richard Dale Ferguson, Sandra L. amount tendered at sale, plus inter- 348-1735. (L-3/9) Schwartz-Ferguson, Husband and est. If you are a tenant in the propWife., original mortgagor(s), to Re- erty, please contact our office as NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING public Bank, Mortgagee, dated July you may have certain rights. for 11, 2003, and recorded on July 30, Dated: March 9, 2012 2003 in Liber 994 on Page 91, in Randall S. Miller & Associates, P.C. Improvements to Paradise Lake, Cheboygan County and Emmet county records, Michigan, Attorneys for BANK OF AMERICA, Emmet County Michigan on which mortgage there is claimed N.A., SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO to be due at the date hereof the BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP Hearing of practicability and sum of Sixty-Eight Thousand Nine FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS review of apportionments Hundred Ninety-Five and 05/100 SERVICING, LP 43252 Woodward Dollars ($68,995.05), including in- Avenue, Suite 180, Bloomfield Hills, TAKE NOTICE that The Paradise MI 48302, (248) 335-9200 terest at 3% per annum. Lake improvement Board will hold a Under the power of sale contained Case No. 11MI03243-1 (L-3/9,3/16,3/23,3/30) public hearing on the practicability in said mortgage and the statute in of a 5-year lake improvement prosuch case made and provided, nogram for Paradise Lake. The lake imtice is hereby given that said mortprovement program for Paradise gage will be foreclosed by a sale of Lake would begin in 2012, and conthe mortgaged premises, or some tinue through 2016. The program part of them, at public vendue, at consist of the use of laminar the place of holding the circuit Sell it fast in the classifieds. will flow aeration/bioaugmentation and biological controls. Other costs such as administration, inspections, BIDS WANTED and contingency expenses are also included. The apportionments herein are proposed to be $679,750 over the 5 year period. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a speLITTLE TRAVERSE BAY BANDS OF cial assessment roll (SAD Roll ODAWA INDIANS 1-2012) has been prepared and is on file and is available for public exLittle Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians invites you to submit bids amination at the Village of Mackifor Housekeeping services for LTBB’s Elder Program for 2012-2013. naw City Hall, 102 S. Huron, MackiProvisions governing these Invitations to Bid may be found on our website. WWW.LTBBODAWA-NSN.GOV/PROPOSALBIDDING (B-3/2,3/9)
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naw City, MI during normal business hours. Said special assessment roll has been prepared for the purpose of assessing the cost of improvements to the property benefited therefrom. Such assessment shall be paid in five yearly payments and shall be included on the summer tax notice. The Special Assessment District for the Paradise Lake Improvement Project includes all lakefront parcels and all back lots that lie within 1000 feet of the lake shoreline. The annual cost of the project is being assessed equally against all parcels within the Special Assessment District. Lots are assessed per tax parcel ID number as front or back lot or commercial properties that lie within 1000 feet of Paradise Lake shoreline. Under this plan, your assessment is proposed to be $270 for Lakefront lots (1.0 units of benefit) during year 1 and $250 for lakefront lots (1.0 units of benefit) during years 2-5. Assessments for Back lots (0.5 units of benefit) for year 1 are proposed to be $135 and $125 during years 2-5. Assessments for Commercial lots (2.0 units of benefit) are proposed to be $540 for year 1 and $500 per year for years 2-5. The Paradise Lake Improvement Board will meet at the Mackinaw Public Schools, located at 609 West Central Ave., Mackinaw, Michigan 49701 at 2:00 P.M. on Saturday, March 31, 2012 to receive public comment on the proposed project and for the purpose of reviewing said special assessment roll and hearing any objections thereto. Appearance and protest of the special assessment at the hearing is required in order to appeal the amount of the special assessment to the Michigan Tax Tribunal or other court of competent jurisdiction. An owner of or party with interest in property to be assessed, or his or her agent, may protest continuance of the program and/or the special assessment by appearing in person at the hearing or by letter filed with the Paradise Lake Improvement Board at or prior to the time of the hearing, in which case appearance in person is not required. Written objections may be filed or mailed to the Paradise Lake Improvement Board at: PLIB, P.O. Box 52, Carp Lake, Michigan 49718, prior to the time of the hearing. If the special assessment is protested as provided above, the owner or any party having an interest in the property may file a written appeal of the special assessment with the Michigan Tax Tribunal or other court of competent jurisdiction within 30 days after the confirmation of the special assessment roll. The proposed parcels for SAD Roll 1-2012 are on file at the Village of Mackinaw City Hall and with the Paradise Lake Improvement Board, P.O. Box 52, Carp Lake, Michigan 49718. The Paradise Lake Improvement Board website can be found at: http://www.paradiselake improvementboard.com
Paradise Lake Improvement Board Arden J. Bawkey, Emmet County Drain Commissioner Cathy Freebairn, Carp Lake Township Treasurer and Paradise Lake Improvement Board Treasurer Jim Tamlyn, Chair, and Chair of the Emmet County Board of Commissioners Elaine Bostwick, Riparian representative Paul Tieke, Secretary, and Carp Lake Supervisor (L-3/9,3/22)
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4 bedroom, 3Â˝ bath home with spectacular view of Charlevoix, Beaver Island and sunsets. Large living room offers cathedral ceiling, fireplace, oak floors and floating spiral staircase. Spacious master suite with private deck. Short walk to shared beach. (432791)
231-526-1100 Harbor Springs OfďŹ ce HARBOR SPRINGS: 2 BR, 2 BA Pennsylvania House end-unit condo on second ďŹ‚oor. Accessible by elevator. Updated kitchen is open to the living room with ďŹ replace and dining area. Picture perfect! (431394) $275,000 JILL VAN ALSTYNE DEBRA SCHIRMER (231) 526-1100
HARBOR SPRINGS: Charming 1995 Wausau home, full basement, attached two car garage, 3 BR, 1.5 BA plus detached 1 1/2 car garage, 12x16 barn and shed on approx 4 acres. Just outside the city limits. A wonderful property. (431207) $143,000 STEVE WITTE (231) 526-1100
Lake Michigan home offering incredible views from nearly every room. Five bedrooms, 5Â˝ baths, full custom kitchen with professional grade appliances, cut stone fireplace, master suite with 2 baths, walk-in closet and a private deck. Elevator service to all floors, private guest quarters above garage, beautiful landscaping. (432723)
BIRCHWOOD: Fabulous, totally renovated 3 BR, 2.5 BA duplex unit in private setting! New kitchen, washer/dryer, hardwood ďŹ‚oors, crown moldings, carpet, bathrooms w/granite, fresh paint. End unit w/extra large deck. (432011) $263,000 JACKIE BOBACK (231) 526-1100
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319 State St., Petoskey (231) 347-2544
HARBOR SPRINGS: Updated downtown Harbor Springs commercial warehouse building with tons of potential and 3500 sq. ft. Generous display window, great natural light and a loft area that would make a terriďŹ c studio. (432291) $210,000 JOHN CARR (231) 526-1100
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2011 World Photo Contest
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1st Place Winner prize: $100 gift certiďŹ cate to Sunrise Electronics & Security
1. Go to petoskeynews.com
ONTARIO: Petoskey resident Jan Mancinelli reads the News-Review with a woodland caribou on a kayaking trip to the Slate Islands in Lake Superior, northern Ontario, Canada.
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2nd Place Winner prize: $25 Marathon gift card. 3rd Place Winner prize $25 Mulliganâ€™s gift card. AFGHANISTAN: Spc. Jeffrey George reads the Petoskey News-Review while serving his country in Afghanistan.
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AFGHANISTAN: Zach Marsh, resident of Carp Lake, reads the News-Review in southern Afghanistan where he was deployed. Marsh returned home to his mother, Denise Marsh, father, Charles Marsh, and all his family and friends in the summer of 2011.
Thereâ€™s always next time! You can enter each month for the 2012 contest! Send your entries through Dec. 24, 2012 to email@example.com or World Photo Contest, c/o Cathy Johnson, Petoskey News-Review, 319 State Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. No computer imaging/altering of entries. Mailed photos available for pickup at the News-Review after monthly ďŹ nalist is announced, or include self-addressed, stamped envelope. Monthly winners are posted online at www.petokseynews.net/worldphotos/
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