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Health care reform Despite federal delay, businesses still may have health coverage considerations Ryan Bentley


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U.S. businesses recently were granted an extra year to meet some requirements under federal health reform, but local sources familiar with the law say there still may be coverage considerations for some employers to make in the meantime. The delay involves the Affordable Care Act’s requirement for larger businesses —those with at least 50 employees — to provide health insurance for all full-time workers or face financial penalties. Businesses’ reporting requirements for this provision has been pushed back to 2015. “With ‘play or pay,’ the penalty only applies to businesses that have 50 or more,” said Laura Dinon, a Petoskey-based attor ney whose practice areas include employment and health care law. “If you are a small or medium business, you will

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Editor’s note: This is part one of a two part story. Part two, how to bring higher paying jobs to Northern Michigan, will be published Friday, Aug. 2.


ow m u c h d o yo u make in your job? How many hours do you work? You probably don’t need a living wage calculator to tell you that a hefty hourly pay makes ends meet a lot easier. But researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology combed statistics

from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, Consumer Expenditure Surveys and the Department of Labor to calculate just what a person living in each county in the United States needs to make a livable wage. In Emmet County, a single person with no children must make nearly $8 an hour to make a livable wage. In Charlevoix County, a single person must make $8.61. Keep in mind these numbers are calculated based on the idea that a person is


working a full 40 hours per week. The calculator was last updated in June of 2012, according to its website. In Emmet County, the calculator predicts one adult will consume $242 worth of groceries per month, dedicate $118 toward medical, $306 for transportation, $445 for housing and $62 for other expenses. That requires a monthly income, after taxes, of $1,173. Being a single parent requires a considerably higher See cost of living on Page A12


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St. Michael the Archangel Regional Catholic Academy introduced two local teachers last week at its first open house in the school’s proposed interim location at 1170 Bay View Road in Petoskey. While St. Michael school has partnered with Fisher More Academy and The College of Saints John Fisher & Thomas More to provide an accredited, classical core curriculum, its students will also study with two new on-site teachers, Rachel Campbell and Maartje Nolan. Campbell and Nolan will oversee real-time, online core classes each morning, and will mentor students, conduct math, science and writing labs, teach religion and provide several elective opportunities for students. Campbell, the academy’s lead teacher, earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education at Eastern Michigan University with an emphasis in mathematics and physics. She obtained her master’s in education from the University of Southern Mississippi in curriculum with a concentration in mathematics. Campbell has more than 10 years of teaching and administrative ex-

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Venetian Festival wraps up Saturday, July 27 Here is a brief look at the remaining festival events for Charlevoix’s Venetian Festival:

Friday — Arnold Carnival, 1-11 p.m., downtown — Venetian Rhythms including Paul Revere and the Raiders, 7-10 p.m. at Odmark East Park Pavilion — Fireworks at dusk over Lake Charlevoix

Saturday — Drenth Memorial Footrace, 9 a.m. Bridge Street followed by the Ryan Shay Mile at 10:30 a.m. (invitation only) — Street parade, 11 a.m., Bridge Street — Boat parade followed by fireworks over Round Lake, dusk For more information go to or call (231) 547-3872.


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Petoskey: $3.87 Charlevoix: $3.89 East Jordan: $3.87 Boyne City: $3.89 Traverse City: $3.60



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Summer residents Patricia Sewing (left) and Mary Nunez, get an early start this morning, shopping at Cutler’s at the opening of Petoskey Downtown Sidewalk Sales. Sidewalk sales run all day today, Friday, July 26, and Saturday, July 27.

Four in five in U.S. face near-poverty, no work WASHINGTON — Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives, a sign of deteriorating economic security and an elusive American dream. Survey data exclusive to The Associated Press points to an increasingly globalized U.S. economy, the widening gap between rich and poor and loss of good-paying manufacturing jobs as reasons for the trend.

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Described by some as not “Petoskey’s brand” we nonetheless enjoy offering you a different shopping experience downtown. Stop by Friday or Saturday and catch a performance by Concert Harpist Alizabeth Nowland or Highland Bagpiper Geoff Clark.

April Beyer, (from left) 13, of Petoskey, Kiersen Bales, 12, of Charlevoix, and Jenna Good (partially hidden) 12, of Charlevoix, check out the camel in the petting zoo Thursday during the Charlevoix Venetian kids day at Michigan Beach.


4 in 5 in U.S. face near-poverty, no work Hope Yen

“Only when poverty is thought of as a mainstream event, rather than a fringe experience that just affects blacks and Hispanics, can we really begin to build broader support for programs that lift people in need.”

Children, she said, have “nothing better to do than to get on drugs.” While racial and ethnic minorities are more likely to live in poverty, race disparities in the poverty rate have narrowed substantially since the 1970s, census data show. Economic insecurity among whites also is more pervasive than is shown in government data, engulfing more than 76 percent of white adults by the time they turn 60, according to a new economic gauge being published next year by the Oxford University Press. The gauge defines “economic insecurity” as a year or more of periodic joblessness, reliance on government aid such as food stamps or income below 150 percent of the poverty line. Measured across all races, the risk of economic insecurity rises to 79 percent. “It’s time that America comes to understand that many of the nation’s biggest disparities, from education and life expectancy to poverty, are increasingly due to economic class position,” said William Julius Wilson, a Harvard professor who specializes in race and poverty. He noted that despite continuing economic difficulties, minorities have more optimism about the future after Obama’s election, while struggling whites do not. “There is the real possibility that white alienation will increase if steps are not taken to highlight and address inequality on a broad front,” Wilson said. Sometimes termed “the invisible poor” by demographers, lower-income

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WASHINGTON — Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives, a sign of deteriorating economic security and an elusive American dream. Survey data exclusive to The Associated Press points to an increasingly globalized U.S. economy, the widening gap between rich and poor and loss of good-paying manufacturing jobs as reasons for the trend. The findings come as President Barack Obama tries to renew his administration’s emphasis on the economy, saying in recent speeches that his highest priority is to “rebuild ladders of opportunity” and reverse income inequality. Hardship is particularly on the rise among whites, based on several measures. Pessimism among that racial group about their families’ economic futures has climbed to the highest point since at least 1987. In the most recent AP-GfK poll, 63 percent of whites called the economy “poor.” “I think it’s going to get worse,” said Irene Salyers, 52, of Buchanan County, Va., a declining coal region in Appalachia. Married and divorced three times, Salyers now helps run a fruit and vegetable stand with her boyfriend, but it doesn’t generate much income. They live mostly off government disability checks. “If you do try to go apply for a job, they’re not hiring people, and they’re not paying that much to even go to work,” she said.

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whites are generally dispersed in suburbs as well as small rural towns, where more than 60 percent of the poor are white. Concentrated in Appalachia in the East, they are also numerous in the industrial Midwest and spread across America’s heartland, from Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma up through the Great Plains. More than 19 million whites fall below the poverty line of $23,021 for a family of four, accounting for more than 41 percent of the nation’s destitute, nearly double the number of poor blacks. Still, while census figures provide an official measure of poverty, they’re only a temporary snapshot. The numbers don’t capture the makeup of those who cycle in and out of poverty at different points in their lives. They may be suburbanites, for example, or the working poor or the laid off. In 2011 that snapshot showed 12.6 percent of

adults in their prime working-age years of 25-60 lived in poverty. But measured in terms of a person’s lifetime risk, a much higher number — 4 in 10 adults — falls into poverty for at least a year of their lives. By race, nonwhites still have a higher risk of being economically insecure, at 90 percent. But compared with the official poverty rate, some of the biggest jumps under the newer measure are among whites, with more than 76 percent enduring periods of joblessness, life on welfare or near-poverty. By 2030, based on the current trend of widening income inequality, close to 85 percent of all workingage adults in the U.S. will experience bouts of economic insecurity. “Poverty is no longer an issue of ‘them’, it’s an issue of ‘us’,” says Mark Rank, a professor at Washington University in St. Louis who calculated the numbers. “Only when poverty is thought of as a mainstream event, rather than a fringe experience that just affects blacks and Hispanics, can we really begin to build broader support for programs that lift people in need.” Rank’s analysis is supplemented with figures provided by John Iceland, a sociology professor at Penn State University; the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey Institute; the Census Bureau; and the Population Reference Bureau.


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Local teachers complete 4-week writing institute

Obama nominates 4 to serve at judges in state DETROIT (AP) — President Barack Obama has nominated four people to serve as U.S. District Court judges for the Eastern District of Michigan. The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press report the nominations were announced Thursday. The four include Matthew Frederick Leitman, an attorney at the Miller Canfield law firm; Judith Ellen Levy, an assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District since 2000; Laurie J. Michelson, a magistrate judge for the Eastern District since 2011; and Linda Vivienne Parker, a judge in the Third Circuit Court in Detroit. Obama said in a statement that they’ll “serve the American people with integrity and an unwavering commitment to justice.”

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Four area teachers earned international certification as teacher consultants with Red Cedar Writing Project from Michigan State University. Earning certification were Emily Hoekstra and Samantha Hunter from Ottawa Elementary in Petoskey, Erin Sarki-Fate from Sheridan Elementary in Petoskey, and Kelly Wilson from Lakeview Academy, a Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District school. The teachers completed an intense four-week summer institute hosted at North Central Michigan College. The institute was sponsored by North Central Michigan College, Michigan State University’s Red Cedar Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project. The

It’s all about bologna this weekend in Yale YALE, Mich. (AP) — Got bologna? A small town in Michigan’s Thumb is celebrating the deli meat with its annual Bologna Fest, which started Thursday and runs through Sunday. There will be an outhouse race, horseshoes, street dance, fireworks and a parade on Yale’s Main Street, 30 miles northwest of Port Huron. Yale is known for making bologna since 1906. A local company run by the Roy family still is producing it. They’re known as the “meat people.”

Bankruptcy for DetroitWindsor Tunnel operator DETROIT (AP) — The company that operates the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel has filed for bankruptcy. The Detroit Free Press reports Thursday the Chapter 11 filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in New York is unrelated to the City of Detroit’s bankruptcy filing last week. American Roads says it wants to reorganize its debt, and operations at the tunnel won’t be affected. American Roads CEO Neal Belitsky says the filing is a “strategic decision” and “not the result of any operational problems.” He says tolls won’t increase.

Lottery DETROIT — Michigan lotteries drawn Thursday: Midday Daily 3, 9-8-9; Midday Daily 4, 9-7-2-9; Daily 3, 9-6-6; Daily 4, 6-0-2-0; Fantasy 5, 02-12-1525-26, estimated jackpot $100,000; Keno, 11-16-21-2230-32-35-36-40-44-45-48-5052-53-58-59-60-66-67-71-75; Mega Millions, estimated jackpot $19 million; Powerball, estimated jackpot $196 million.

institute was supported by grant funds from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, as well as private donations from the community. “Each teacher has honed extraordinary writing skills which they will immediately take back into their classrooms. These are teachers who deeply understand research-based, best practice writing instruction. They will be tremendous assets to their school districts,” Toby KahnLoftus, director of the Petoskey satellite said. Working with Kahn-Loftus leading the workshops were returning teacher-scholars Dan Polleys, co-director, from Boyne City Middle School; Tim Jardine, recently retired from Central Elementary School in Petoskey; and Glen Young, teacher at Petoskey High School.

Fire chiefs not impressed with new fireworks law

Sault Ste. Marie festival celebrates long heritage SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. (AP) — Sault Ste. Marie is celebrating its long heritage — in the very area where the first European settlement in Michigan was created in 1668. The eastern Upper Peninsula city is gearing up for the two-day Rendezvous in the Sault, which kicks off Saturday. The annual event features historic home tours, living history demonstrations and other presentations about daily life between 1668 and 1840. Festivities take place on the banks of the St. Mary’s, where organizers say the Sainte Marie du Sault mission was founded. Before that, it was the main gathering place of the Chippewa tribe.



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Eleven-month-old Grady (right) happily toddles along on Lake Michigan beach with his mom, Kim Gottschalk of West Bloomfield, as they make their way back to play with their family having a picnic Thursday. The Gottschalk family is visiting the Wards of Charlevoix during Venetian Festival.

(MIRSnews) — The sponsor of the state’s first fireworks law said he rewrote it to address the objections of local governmental leadership who didn’t like the first version. The second version is not doing much better among some fire chiefs. At the summer conference meeting of the Northern Michigan Fire Chiefs Association this week, the question was asked: How many in the room support the new fireworks law? Of the 50 or so people in attendance, not a single hand went up. And then the grumbling began. One association member from the Bay City region reports his department fielded 2,000 complaints over July 4. He quickly pointed out that he did not have the per-

son-power to cover them. You could see other heads nodding in the group. Also in attendance was newly appointed state Fire Marshal Rich Miller, who was asked to document the number of statewide complaints his office has received. He reported he did not have the number and quickly told the audience that when he was appointed by Gov. Rick Snyder, he arrived with this mess on his desk, distancing himself from the original measure. Miller said that he did work with Rep. Harold Haugh (D-Roseville) and offered three amendments for the re-do but “I got only one” and that related to the legal timeframe during which explosives could be used at the local level.

Wolf hunt foes raise most in ballot drives David Eggert Associated Press

LANSING — Foes of a plan to allow wolf hunting in Michigan have raised the most among groups backing four statewide ballot drives. Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, a ballot committee, reported by Thursday’s deadline that it had taken in nearly $568,000 in 2013, much of it from national animal rights organizations. The wolf group is by far the bestfunded of four groups with ballot drives. It already has collected enough signatures for a November 2014 referendum on a law designating the wolf as a game species and authorizing hunts. Activists are preparing to gather

signatures for a second wolf-related ballot initiative after lawmakers moved to make the referendum’s outcome meaningless by passing another law. Top donors included the Doris Day Animal League, which has given $200,000, along with the Humane Society of the United States — which kicked in $155,000 and an additional $180,000 worth of in-kind help with consultants, staff salaries and other aid. A group trying to ban health plans from covering abortions without a supplemental policy raised $24,000 through Saturday. No Taxes for Insurance Coverage won’t need much money, though, because organizer Right to Life of Michigan typically doesn’t have to pay for signature-gathering thanks to a base of volunteers and sup-

porters in churches. The ballot group also reported roughly $46,000 in in-kind contributions from Right to Life. If 258,000 valid signatures are collected, the Republican-controlled Legislature will have 40 days to pass or reject the abortion legislation. It’s a way to bypass Gov. Rick Snyder, a Republican who vetoed a similar bill last year because of concerns it intruded into the private market and included no exceptions for rape and incest. The abortion measure would go to voters in 2014 if lawmakers don’t act. Activists behind two other ballot initiatives haven’t raised much money, either. The Committee to Ban Fracking in Michigan, which is targeting a

technique used by the energy industry to extract oil and gas, raised nearly $17,000 in the most recent reporting period. Voters for Fair Use of Ballot Referendum didn’t file a report Thursday but had raised less than $1,000 through mid-April. The proposal would let Michigan voters repeal laws made referendum-proof with appropriations. Michigan currently doesn’t permit referendum drives if a law includes an appropriation, or spending measure. Lawmakers have added appropriations to controversial legislation, such as the right-towork and revised emergency manager laws approved in December. Nearly 323,000 valid signatures are needed to put the constitutional amendment on the ballot.

New health insurance markets: Not like Travelocity Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar Associated Press

WASHINGTON — You may have heard that shopping for health insurance under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul will be like using Travelocity or Amazon. But many people will end up with something more mundane than online shopping, like a call to the help desk. Struggling with a deadline crunch, some states are delaying online tools that could make it easier for consumers to find the right plan when the markets go live on Oct. 1. Ahead of open enrollment for millions of uninsured Americans, the feds and the states are investing in massive call centers. “The description that this was going to be like Travelocity was a very simplistic way of looking at it,” said Christine Ferguson, director of the Rhode Island Health Benefits Exchange. “I never bought into it.” “The bottom line is that with tight timelines ... states have had to scale back their initial ambitions for Day 1,” said Paul Hencoski, leader of KPMG’s government

health practice, which is advising nearly 20 states. “A lot of the more sophisticated functionalities that might have been offered through the Web are being deferred to later phases.” When the markets first open, Hencoski said, “there will be a significant amount of manual processing of things that will later be automated.” Translation: emails, phone calls, faxes. The Obama administration, which will be running the markets or taking the lead in 35 states, has yet to demonstrate the technology platform that will help consumers get financial help with their premiums and pick a plan. Officials say they always envisioned people would be able to apply in a variety of ways, from online to the mail. About 7 million are expected to enroll in the marketplaces by next year, and the administration says consumers will be pleased with the experience. Also known as exchanges, the markets are supposed to transform the way individuals and small businesses buy private health insurance by increasing transparency and competition, bolstering government oversight of insurers, and injecting hundreds of billions

of dollars in taxpayer subsidies. The experience will be more like buying a new car than snapping up airline tickets on Travelocity or electronics on Amazon. “Consumers see this as a serious product, and something that requires a serious amount of research,” said Julie Bataille, overseeing the outreach effort at the federal Health and Human Services department. “It’s something they see in a more serious way than (buying) an airline ticket.” It’s a complicated transaction with different components, including arranging financing and picking the right product, each with its own choices and trade-offs. You may need a glossary of health insurance terms. And there’s another layer. One part of the process involves applying for federal benefits — with consequences if you lie to the government, or maybe just make a mistake. Another involves using your federal subsidy to pick the right insurance plan from among competing carriers and four coverage levels: bronze, silver, gold or platinum. You’ll log on to the marketplace in your state, or the federally run exchange, and set up a personal

account. You’ll enter information about yourself and your family, including Social Security numbers and household income. The exchange will shoot your data to something called the “federal data services hub,” an electronic clearinghouse that pings Social Security, Homeland Security and the Internal Revenue Service to verify your personal details. The IRS will calculate the maximum health insurance subsidy that you’re entitled to. It’s set up as a tax credit, so the taxman can come back to collect if you claim too much. Discrepancies between the information you submit and what’s in government records will take time to straighten out. Once you’ve got your subsidy nailed down, then you’re ready to pick a plan. Once you do that, the U.S. Treasury will send your insurer a payment on your behalf, and you’ll pay any difference. Coverage begins Jan 1. Experts say the technology to facilitate online shopping among health plans is difficult to engineer. Some online tools are getting pared back and the refusal of congressional Republicans to provide more implementation funds for “Obamacare” probably isn’t helping.



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We can’t afford an oil disaster in the Straits B efore there was the Mackinac Bridge, there was Line 5. Line 5 — Enbridge’s 30-inch pipeline that transports oil across Wisconsin, through the Upper Peninsula and splits into two 20-inch pipes as it runs underneath the Straits of Mackinac. Line 5 then runs down the I-75 corridor as it cuts between Burt and Mullett lakes before heading toward Bay City, to Port Huron and then into Ontario. The pipeline is more than 60 years old and now Enbridge plans to increase the line’s capacity from 490,000 barrels of oil a day through the Straits to 540,000 after a $100 million upgrade at some of the line’s pump stations. And while we understand there is an increasing demand for energy, we have some major concerns regarding Enbridge’s plan to increase flow through the Straits. First off, the Straits of Mackinac is one of the most sensitive water crossings in the world, so consider for a moment there is a spill in the Straits. Depending on wind conditions, many communities could be affected — Petoskey and Harbor Springs up to Mackinaw City and Cheboygan, over to Alpena. Not to mention Michigan’s premiere tourist destination — Mackinac Island. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration did develop a computer model

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Organizers of the “Oil and Water Don’t Mix” rally address the crowd earlier this month at the Straits of Mackinac to protest the increase of oil flow through Line 5, an Enbridge Energy pipeline that runs beneath the Straits. that can help predict where the oil would go should a spill occur in the Straits, but since the water current tends to run from west to east, weather conditions could still push the oil in unpredicted directions. Wind and currents could make cleanup difficult. Second, what happens if there is a spill in the winter? Different types of oil have different specific gravities. Some oil could flow to the surface of the lake, some could be suspended in the water col-

umn or some could sink. What happens then to not only our waters, but to the wildlife that calls the area home? Third, and of great concern to us, is the age of Line 5. At more than 60 years old, it’s older than the Mackinac Bridge. Consider this — Line 5 is older than Enbridge’s Line 6B, the pipeline that bisects Michigan from Sarnia, Ontario, to Niles. Line 6B is the pipeline that is responsible for the 2010 spill that dumped oil into the Kalamazoo River, triggering one

of the most expensive cleanups — close to $1 billion — in United States history. Last week, more than 400 people rallied in St. Ignace to protest Enbridge’s plans to run 60,000 more barrels of oil a day through Line 5. While Enbridge maintains their pipelines are regularly checked and inspected, the company racked up 804 spills since 1999, according to a report by Polaris Institute, a Canadian think-tank that used Enbridge’s own records for its

report. So, are inspections and pipeline checks enough? Gary Street is a chemical engineer who retired from Dow Chemical. He also helps advise Freshwater Future, an environmental group based in Petoskey. He says when the volume of a liquid transported through a pipe is increased by 10 percent, the pressure it exerts can increase by 20 percent. However, a spokesperson for Enbridge says the pressure only increases at the pump stations, where that $100 million in upgrades occurred. The upgraded pump stations are located in Rapid City, Lewiston and West Branch — not at the pump stations at Naubinway or near Mackinaw City, the stations closest to the water crossings. But are upgrades enough for an aging pipeline that runs through our backyard? We’re not sold on the idea. We urge Enbridge to not just look at upgrades, but to replace Line 5 to really help ensure an accident, like what happened in the Kalamazoo River, won’t happen in the Straits of Mackinac. Because, can we really afford that type of disaster here?

‘Our View’ represents the opinion of the News-Review editorial board: Ryan Bentley, Zac Britton, Rachel Brougham, Doug Caldwell, Brandon Hubbard, Jeremy McBain and Babette Stenuis Stolz

Letters from our readers Police chief says ‘no’ to bicycles downtown Editor: I noted in your recent article “Michigan’s bicycling rules of the road” by Morgan Sherburne that the police chief doesn’t want bicycles downtown. Can this be true? Does the chamber of commerce know this? How about the city council? I think this is a very backwards way of thinking and an ignorant statement by a man with much power and influence in the city of Petoskey. Daniel Hoffman Petoskey

Bicycles on our roads Editor:

Doing what seems impossible


alt Disney said, “It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.” Do you get overwhelmed easily? Is it hard for you to finish things you started? Most people don’t like to attempt the impossible, but Walt Disney has a wonderful twist of logic when it comes to these words. You can catch people off Carlson guard. You can show them that their limitations don’t apply to you. You might just find a way to accomplish it if you don’t know the goal is supposed to be impossible to attain. Do the impossible — it can be fun and nobody expects you to succeed anyway, so why don’t you try for it! Besides, who defined it as impossible anyway? You just might be the one who finds a way to get it done. You

know what … you don’t have to accomplish the impossible, but it might just be fun to practice the improbable. Thomas Edison said, “If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves.” What would happen if you took a risk and failed, would it be so terrible? Many of us are terrified of failure, but maybe it’s not so bad. You cannot find success without also experiencing failures. Every great person in history has experienced an equal measure of failure before finding his or her success. Sometimes the most difficult task is to stay on the right path once you found it. You may have an idea that you’re heading in the right direction, but you’re just not getting the results that you would really like, and quickly enough. You must be willing to keep walking, even if you don’t reap the rewards immediately. Do you have unNewsRoom (USPS 387660) (ISSN 1093-0180) PostMaster Send address changes to: Petoskey News-Review, 319 State Street, Petoskey, Michigan 49770 (231) 347-2544 • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday

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How do I start? There are all kinds of bicyclists out there. Mom and Dad with the kids are no problem because they know roads are for cars. It’s those people who think they are better than the rest of us, those who don’t give a hoot for anybody but themselves. You can recognize them because they usually travel in packs of three or more to see how fast and how far they can ride so they can brag about their exploits. These kinds of riders are banned from using our

new and very expensive paved bike/walkways we taxpayers are installing. The author of the article, (wouldn’t you just know it, got her information from the owner of a bike shop) and the people at the NewsReview somehow believe that bikers are helping preserve our limited natural resources. Road bikers are strictly recreational people. I’d wager that any preschool child can count higher than the number of these road bikers that use their bikes to go to work or for any kind of errand. If you think for one moment bikers are saving fuel by using and clogging up our roads just think of all the extra fuel that is used to get by something moving at 8 to 12 mph. Sure is a condition to create “road rage.” The author talks about bikers leading the charge for paved roads. What the author failed to report is that a Mr. Albert Pope, owner of the Columbia bicycle company realized the need for a national road system and personally funded a movement, which was promoted by the League of American Wheelsmen, for a national road system. Paved roads are not new. There were cobblestone roads in the year 1625. Many cities in the USA had a lot of brick paved roads by the late 1800s. Tom Kuchnicki Alanson

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Much obliged Thanks for a successful mini fair Editor: Hi folks, I would like to take a minute out of my day to thank every one who came, helped or volunteered to make our mini fair a success. Thank you all for your support of R.F.C. Fire/ Rescue. Chief Don Horn Harbor Springs

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Animals benefit from fundraiser Editor: On behalf of the staff of Little Traverse Bay Humane Society, our board of directors and all of the animals in our care, I’d like to thank the Bay Harbor Golf Club for hosting Lou Kasischke’s special presentation on Sunday, July 21, and everyone who attended. I would also like to extend a special thanks to Lou for sharing his story of survival to help save the lives of homeless animals at Little Traverse Bay Humane Society. Lou’s story and how it ties into the work we do every day can be described in two words: tragedy and triumph. Every day, animals come through our doors with tragic circumstances but we are constantly awed and inspired by their strength and resilience. Triumph happens when new members commit


Thank you for a great fundraising luncheon Editor: The Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan staff, board of directors and Women Can/Women Do committee members thank the volunteers and donors that helped make this year’s fundraising luncheon in Charlevoix a success. We thank the talented designers that donated their time and talent to create spectacular table displays helping ensure the success of this event: A Touch of Spring & Other Things, Beaver Island Boat Company, Bells Iron Rock Design, Boyne City Ace Hardware, Boyne Mountain Solace Spa, Boyne’s Beyond Borders, Castle Farms, Charlevoix Area Garden Club, Charlevoix Area

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Eleanor Lorraine (ReEleanor spondek) Lipski, 87, died July loved 40s era 18, 2013, in the Hospice Unit movies, muat Citrus Memorial Hospital, sicals, dance Beverly Hills, Fla., with grandand history. A daughter Carla Rowley at her devout Cathoside. lic, Eleanor She was born Oct. 29, 1925. was member Lipski Eleanor was a native of of St. Francis Detroit and lived throughout Xavier Roman Michigan, including Traverse Catholic parish (Petoskey), City, Petoskey and Owosso. and Our Lady of Grace Eleanor served in the Cana- Catholic Church (Beverly dian Armed Forces in World Hills, Fla.) War II as a Polish translator Eleanor was preceded in in Europe for the U.S. Allied death by siblings, Mary, CasForces. sandra, Lillian, Victor, Sophie She married John G. Lipski, and Theodore; and husband, M.D., July 29, 1944, in EdJohn G. Lipski, in 1997. She inburgh, Scotland. Eleanor is survived by son, Jan and returned to Michigan with wife, Delores Lipski of Lomher husband and son, Jan, in poc, Calif.; daughters, Irene 1947. and husband, Gene BarEleanor was instrumental rera, Roberta and husband, in helping John establish John Mayes, of Jacksonville, a private medical practice N.C., Laura Eglen of The in Posen, Mich. Eleanor Woodlands, Texas, Lilly and was active in civic activihusband, Glen Bonetti, of ties including the Petoskey Mills River, N.C. Eleanor was Area Garden Club and Burns grandmother to 13 and a Clinic Ladies Auxiliary. After great-grandmother. relocating to Florida in 1986, In lieu of flowers, donashe was active in the Beverly tions in Eleanor’s name Hills Polish Club where she may be made to Our Lady served as entertainment of Grace Catholic Church, chair and president. She was Beverly Hills, Fla.; ourladyofa member of the club’s Polish dance group and proudly Arrangements were hanperformed wearing the tradi- dled by Fero Funeral Home; tional folk dance costume.

William Roy Kindy, 76 William Roy Kindy, 76, of Boyne City, passed away on Wednesday, July 24, 2013. Roy was born on Aug. 5, 1936, in Boyne City, the son of Earl and Marion Kindy. In 1954, he graduated from Boyne City High School. Following high school, he attended Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City, graduating in 1956. Roy began his career at Courter Inc. (Honeywell) in Boyne City, retiring in 1995 as a manufacturing engineer. On June 7, 1958, he married Barbara Ann Schwartzfisher and they made their home in Boyne City. His wife, Barbara, preceded him in death on Nov. 24, 2010. Surviving are his four children, Debra Remsberg, Kristine (Dana) Whittet, Mary (Rob) Towne, all of Boyne City, and Stephen (Lynne) Kindy of Dorr, Mich.; as well as five grandchildren, Daniel Remsberg, Alysse and Lucas Whittet, Aidan and Jack Towne. He is also survived by his sister, Nelda Stanley, of Mancelona. He was an active member of St. Matthew Catholic Church in Boyne City, serv-

ing on various church committees over the years, and he enjoyed singing in the church choir. Roy loved restoring antique cars and was an active member of the Antique Automobile Club of America. Visitation will be 4-7 p.m. Monday, July 29,at the Stackus Funeral Home in Boyne City, with a vigil service to begin at 6:30 p.m. A funeral Mass will take place at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 30, at St. Matthew Catholic Church, Boyne City, with visitation one hour prior to the service. Burial will take place at Maple Lawn Cemetery, Boyne City. The family would like to express their appreciation to the staff at The Brook in Boyne City and Hospice of Northwest Michigan for the care of their father over the past year. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be directed to St. Matthew Catholic Church. Family and friends wishing to share a thought or memory of Roy are encouraged to do so online at

Obama economic tour attracts low expectations Josh Lederman Associated Press

WASHINGTON — It’s hard to find anyone who thinks President Barack Obama’s series of heavily promoted economic speeches will be the flash point that unclogs the system in Washington — including the president. A day after he kicked off the tour in Illinois and Missouri, Obama was traveling Thursday to a seaport in Jacksonville, Fla., to yet again deride the wide gulf between his vision for a new American prosperity driven by a burgeoning middle class and the intense gridlock snarling up Congress. “With an endless parade of distractions, political posturing and phony scandals, Washington has taken its eye off the ball,” Obama said Wednesday in Galesburg, Ill. “And I am here to say this needs to stop.” But even Obama knows little will change unless pressure from Americans refocuses the conversation. He acknowledged as much on Monday, as he offered supporters of Organizing for Action, the nonprofit backing Obama’s agenda, a preview of his efforts to come. “Here’s the thing: It will be a pretty good speech,” Obama said to scattered laughter. “But as we’ve learned, I’ve given some pretty good speeches before and then things still get stuck here in Washington.”

“Which is why I’m going to need your help,” he added. So Obama set off on a two-day swing to towns far away from Washington, hoping to stockpile momentum ahead of looming fall fights over the nation’s borrowing limit and federal spending levels. On Thursday, he planned to emphasize how House Republicans were threatening to undermine progress in key areas like jobs, housing, education and health care by pushing a budget that preserves deep cuts to federal agency operating budgets, the White House said. In northeast F lorida, Obama and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx were to tour the Jacksonville Port Authority, giving the president a chance to focus on what he says is a critical need to reinvest in American infrastructure to enable future economic growth. The president will promote the need to speed up projects by expediting permitting and cutting red tape in line with an executive order he signed. The port’s terminal plans to expand its rail yard and container facility under a project enabled by that program, the White House said. The visit also marks Obama’s first to the state since the acquittal of the man charged in the death of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin. The case has generated a painful, nationwide debate about racial

prejudice. Meanwhile, the Republican Party of Florida planned to greet Obama with a full-page ad in the local newspaper claiming it is Obama, not Republicans, who has taken his eye off the economy. Although Obama is offering little in the way of new policies or fresh solutions, his advisers couched the speeches as a concerted effort to put a spotlight on the economy after a six-month stretch that’s been dominated by issues like gun control and immigration, as well as foreign policy crises and domestic controversies. While official Washington’s attention was elsewhere, the economy was slowly but steadily improving. The housing market is recovering, the stock market is booming, and unemployment is falling despite remaining uncomfortably high at 7.6 percent. Obama’s pleas for a more solutions-oriented Washington were tempered by his own sharply partisan tone as he accused Republicans of putting short-term politics ahead of the people’s business. “There are Republicans in Congress right now who privately agree with me on a lot of the ideas I’ll be proposing. I know because they’ve said so,” Obama said. “But they wor ry they’ll face swift political retaliation for cooperating with me.” Likewise, the quick reactions to Obama’s remarks made evident the deeply

engrained obstacles to such cooperation as both parties blamed each other for blocking progress. House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California called Obama’s speech “a clarion call to action” on jobs, growth and middle-class prosperity. “Americans deserve better than the Republicans’ repeal-only agenda,” Pelosi said. “It’s time for Republicans to join Democrats in establishing a better bargain for the middle class.” Not so, said Republicans, who panned the president’s remarks as a series of repackaged ideas and empty promises. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., called it “a colossal waste of time” that “generates little more than a collective, bipartisan eye roll.” GOP House Speaker John Boehner’s spokesman, Brendan Buck, chimed in: “Summary of the president’s speech: ‘I’m going to give more speeches.’” T h e b ro a d e c o n o m i c themes Obama planned to illustrate Thursday will be followed up in the coming weeks by another series of speeches drilling down on key sectors such as manufacturing, education, housing, retirement security and health care. Advisers say some of those speeches will contain more specific policy proposals, both for legislation and executive action Obama can take without congressional approval.

Dad prevents kids from seeing their mother them to think cheating is OK. She was so depressed, I couldn’t turn her down. If Don Annie’s found out we Mailbox were in touch, he would be furious and would never trust me again. My husband wants me to cut off ties with her, but she is so helpless and sad. What do I do? — Confused Grandma Dear Grandma: Please stop lying to your son. Either tell him the truth or cease communication with your ex-daughter-inlaw. However, it is terribly wrong of Don to prevent his ex from seeing the children. He is still angry and hurt, but in punishing her, he is also punishing them. They need their mother. They will not mistake her presence for approval to cheat. The divorce is sufficient for them to understand how destructive her behavior was. Please urge him to put his kids first and work out a civil relationship with

their mother. They may otherwise grow up feeling abandoned and angry, and if they ever learn that it was Dad who kept Mom away, they may never forgive him. If he needs counseling to reach that point, encourage him to get it. Dear Annie: I’d like to add to your response to “S,” who asked how to address an envelope to a couple who are both doctors. My situation is slightly different. I am a physician. My husband does not have a doctoral degree of any kind. The proper way to address a formal envelope to us is “Dr. Jane Doe and Mr. John Doe,” or “Dr. Jane and Mr. John Doe.” Most envelopes to us are addressed incorrectly. Many say “Mrs. and Dr. John Doe,” which makes absolutely no sense at all. Hopefully this will clarify things. — Lady Doctor in L.A.

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Kathryn A. Sowers, 78, of Ellsworth, died Thursday, July 25, 2013, at her home surrounded by her family. She was born June 16, 1935, in Albion, Mich., to Lester and Mary (Deeds) Hoag. On Oct. 29, 1955, she married Ronald Sowers in Springport, Mich. They lived in Lansing, moving to Ellsworth in 1974 to own and operate The Country Kitchen, later The Country Kettle restaurant. They also owned and operated the KOA Campground in Bellaire from 1978 to 1982. Katie was a member of Belltower Reformed Church, the Ellsworth Lioness Club and the East Jordan Bridge Club. She enjoyed her grandchildren, visiting friends and family, cooking and planning for social gatherings. Surviving are her husband, Ron; children, Scott Sowers of Ellsworth, Patti (Brian) Howes of Atwood, and Rhonda (Tex) Drenth

of Ellsworth; grandchildren, Elizabeth, Katelyn and Joseph Sowers, Marissa Cox, Courtny, Nolan and Grace Howes, Kelcie and Haley Drenth; great-grandchildren, Lillyanna and Aniah Cox; brother, Rutgar (Beverly) Hoag of Williamston, Mich.; and sister, Dede (Gary) Southworth of Rives Junction, Mich. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Mary Jo Sowers, and son, Ronald Sowers Jr. Friends may call 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at Hastings Funeral Home in Ellsworth. The funeral service will be 1 p.m. Monday, July 29, at Belltower Reformed Church with the Rev. Jared Van Noord officiating. Burial will be in Ellsworth Cemetery. For those wishing to make memorial contributions the family suggests the Ellsworth Lioness Club or Belltower Reformed Church. Sign the online guestbook at

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Politics prompts Bell’s Brewery to skip festival YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) — A well-known Michigan brewer has pulled out of a major beer festival because of planned political fundraising at the event. B e l l ’s B rewe r y I n c. won’t participate in this weekend’s 16th annual Michigan Summer Beer Festival in Ypsilanti after the brewer’s founder and president Larry Bell lear ned about the Protect Michigan Craft Beer Political Action Committee’s plans, the Kalamazoo Gazette reported. “I don’t want to be part of it,” Bell said this week. “I find it distasteful that they are bringing politics into the fest. I have no idea where that money will go. I don’t want to be part of trying to raise political money from drunk or slightly intoxicated people.” Protect Michigan Craft Beer is an independent political action committee formed two years ago by Brett VanderKamp, of New Holland Brewing Co., and Tim Suprise, of Arcadia Brewing Co. Suprise said brewers in the state including Bell’s will benefit from the PAC.

“The committee intends to raise resources for advocacy so we can have a voice and a seat at the table. I think it’s a fairly well-understood part of our state regulatory environment and on the federal level,” said Suprise, whose brewery is located in Battle Creek. Scott Newman-Bale, treasurer of the Michigan Beer Guild and chief financial officer of Short’s Brewing Co., said the PAC attended the event last year and Bell received a refund after voicing concerns. The missions of the guild and the PAC are similar but separate, he said. “The guild’s mission is to introduce people to Michigan beer and the PAC is on that direction on the legislative side,” Newman-Bale said. The guild said it is disappointed Bell’s is skipping the Ypsilanti event, which is sold out. The festival runs Friday and Saturday. Officials plan to resolve issues before the guild’s annual U.P. Fall Beer Festival in Marquette in September, Newman-Bale said.

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Restaurants at rest stops? Michigan puts out feelers

LANSING (AP) — Michigan is interested in possibly commercializing a couple of rest areas along a major highway in the northern part of the state. The state Department of Transportation put feelers out Thursday to companies looking to form public-private partnerships involving rest stops, freeway lighting, bridge construction and timber management. The two rest areas proposed for possible deals are

near Higgins and Houghton lakes along U.S. 127 south of Grayling, a popular route for tourists. Ideas to improve the rest stops could include opening restaurants and buying advertising space and naming rights, the state said. If successful, Michigan may look to make money at rest stops on U.S. 131 in west Michigan and U.S. 23 in the southeastern part of the state. Under federal law, Michigan can’t commercialize

rest areas along federal interstates. “This is an informationgathering stage, the first step to starting a conversation about what’s possible in financing and building i n f r a s t r u c t u re, � s t at e Transportation director Kirk Steudle said in a statement. “We’re looking for innovations that will save taxpayer dollars, improve service and efficiency and enhance public safety.� The state transportation

agency asked for letters of interest by mid-August from the private sector. If there’s interest, the state would issue requests for proposals. The state also is gauging companies’ interest in controlling highway lighting, doing some bridge work and thinning out forests along four state and federal freeways. Lighting privatization proposals could cover either all 18,400 lights on state highways — excluding rest

stops and some other facilities — or freeway lighting in metropolitan Detroit. Tunnel lighting just along I-696 in Oakland County and under Detroit’s Cobo Center is another option. The state also wants to see if there’s private-sector interest in securing long-term contracts to finance, design, construct and maintain bridges over Interstate 75 in Detroit and Oakland County and along I-94 in Detroit and Jackson and Berrien

counties. The bridges would be expected to last 100 years by having materials such as carbon fiber composite cables. Other potential projects include logging highway forest areas — 128 miles of U.S. 2 in the Upper Peninsula; 134 miles of I-75 in the northern Lower Peninsula; 78 miles of U.S. 127 in Clare, Gratiot and Isabella counties; and 51 miles of U.S. 131 in Kent, Mecosta and Montcalm counties.

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DETROIT (AP) — The Chevrolet Impala, long the standard-bearer for mediocre cars from Detroit, has made an amazing tur naround. Consumer Re por ts magazine has ranked the completely reworked 2014 version of the full-size car as its top U.S. sedan. It’s the first time in at least 20 years that a domestic brand has beaten out cars from Germany and Japan. The new version, which began arriving in showrooms in April, scored 95 out of 100 points in the magazine’s testing to get an “Excellent� rating. Only two cars earned higher scores: the electric Tesla Model S, which starts at $62,400, and the BMW 135i coupe with a base price of $39,300. The performance of the 2014 Impala, which starts at just under $27,000, is another sign of the three Detroit automakers’ renaissance, said Jake Fisher, the magazine’s chief auto tester. All three companies nearly collapsed into financial ruin four years ago, partly because of their reputation for shoddiness. “We’ve seen a number of redesigned American models — including the Chrysler 300, Ford Escape and Fusion, and Jeep Grand Cherokee — deliver worldclass performance in our tests,� Fisher said.

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A 2014 Chevrolet Impala sedan is shown in LTZ trim. The Impala, made by General Motors, surprised the magazine’s auto testers with its ride, agility, braking, high-quality materials and quiet, roomy cabin, Fisher said. Its score was 32 points higher than the previous model, a noisy sedan with uncertain handling that became a staple in rental car lots. “It really doesn’t fall down in any area, and it does a lot of things really well,� Fisher said of the 2014 version. “The car rides better than a Lexus ES. It’s quieter than many luxury cars. It accelerates and brakes better than, say a Volkswagen GTI. It’s extremely roomy.� In addition, the car’s interior controls, including its electronics, are simple and easy to use. Problems with complex electronics

have sunk many a luxury car in the magazine’s testing, including the Cadillac XTS, which shares the same underpinnings as the Impala, Fisher said. The Impala, he said, is competitive with cars that cost $20,000 more such as the Audi A6 and Lexus LS460L. Only high-performance models from Germany and Japan handle better, he said. Still, the Impala won’t get Consumer Reports’ coveted “Recommended Buy� rating. That’s because it’s too new for the magazine to have reliability data. That data could come from surveys gathered between now and the fall when the magazine unveils its annual automobile issue. The Impala also is too new to have much of an impact on Chevrolet sales.

Meijer opens store in new Detroit shopping center

DETROIT (AP) — Midwest retailer Meijer Inc. has opened a new $20 million grocery supercenter in Detroit. Shoppers tur ned out early Thursday for the opening, which comes as Detroit seeks to clear billions of dollars of old debt in bankruptcy. The $72 million Gateway Marketplace project is ex-



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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The owner of the Kentucky Derby’s home is planning another round of track renovations that would add a new seating area at Churchill Downs — the latest leg in the company’s efforts to maximize revenues from the Run for the Roses. Churchill Downs Inc., owner of its namesake track, filed plans with Louisville Metro Planning and Design Services for a project called the Churchill Downs Rooftop Garden. The track plans to build a two-story structure with enclosed and open areas near the starting gate at the top of the track’s homestretch. It would expand seating, though the recent filing didn’t specify how many seats would be added. The improvements would be at a part of the iconic

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If you have people news, contact Babette Stenuis Stolz, people editor, (231) 439-9351 •

Cause for Celebration

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Kris Rundblad

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e just had a fantastic wedding in Lake Leelanau this past weekend and I wanted to share. This wedding was into planning before the engagement as the groom to be had asked for his soon to be fiancée’s hand from her parents and then began searching for a venue and other vendors. We actually were contracted before the event by the proud parents of the bride. I haven’t had that experience before. The bride excitedly accepted a few weeks later and the vision continued. She was thrilled with everything that had been laid out and is as darling as Kris they get. She Rundblad and her fiancé visited Northern Michigan and she was smitten. Lots of showers followed along the way as the anticipation grew. Now getting to the mom ‘posse;’ the bride’s mom had several lifelong friends who wanted to throw a shower and this mom asked her friends if they would mind helping in other ways since there had been a multitude of showers for the bride already or were already planned. As great friends would they jumped in with gusto. This was a homegrown, family-grown and friend-grown wedding. One friend painted vignettes throughout the venue (Field of Flowers Farm) coming up with about 15 pieces of art which became the table markers and in miniature the escort cards, another came up with pictures to put on the portable bathrooms, another found a chicken coop, made a nest of raffia, found a couple of cool chickens, an egg and more to make a receptacle for gift cards, others found vintage tablecloths for the candy and fresh Traverse City cherries table, made chalkboard signs and more. Then the morning of the wedding armed with set-up notes they went to work to bring the bride’s vision to life. These friends (the posse) were from the mom’s childhood, her high school days, college days, young married days and neighborhood days. They all have become friends collectively and they worked diligently for a few hours to help. We loved having them there as they understood their friend and the bride as only best friends and family can and we got to know them and the family a little better for the time spent. They had a blast together and it was heartwarming to hear them laugh and tell stories. This shall I say “posse effect” reminds me of my mom talking about when she got married or when her sisters and friends got married that everyone got involved. I have seen it a few other times and being reminded about it this last weekend I found it to be a remarkable sense of community!

Kris Rundblad is owner of Merry Makers, a local social and corporate event planning company. Her column, Cause for Celebration, appears on the fourth Friday of every month. Send your questions about weddings and entertaining to Rundblad at (231) 547-5061 or info@

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Anthony LaJoye as The Duke (standing), with Phil McClellan (right) as Huck, spins a web of lies about a vaudeville act to a gang of boys in this scene from the Bay View musical “Big River.” See additional photos on C2.

Encore! Big talent in ‘Big River’ B Mary Jane Doerr News-Review writer

AY VIEW — In a town where Mark Twain once lectured at the opera house and on a stage where his daughter once gave a recital, the American humorist is finally being recognized in Bay View with the opening of “Big River,” the storybook musical of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.” The show opens at 8 p.m. today, Friday, July 26, in John M. Hall Auditorium and is full of stirring melodies and foot stamping rhythms. It is hard to choose any one of the songs as a favorite. The voices are inspired and the acting is jam-packed with fun. The production is a must see and another Bay View Theatre Arts sensation. Phillip M. McLellan is the lead as the perfect Huck, a little bit awkward, deceptively shrewd,


innately honest and straight forwardly lovable. He is able to tell the story while at the same time acting the role. He sings the enormous role with sincerity and authentically. Amazingly, he duets in “River in the Rain,” “Muddy Water” and “Worlds Apart” exquisitely with his magnificent river-raft partner Nicholas Davis as Jim. Davis is nothing less than incredible as the runaway slave. His “knock-em dead” baritone has everything — power, diction and warmth that commands show stoppers. He gives the songs “Muddy Water” and “Free At Last” a memorable quality that resonates. The cast is deep with talent. As the money monger frauds, the Duke and King, Anthony LaJoye and Tracy Ulrich, are priceless. LaJoye leads the singing in the ridiculous “The Royal Nonesuch” and draws the jokes with his clear voice and fast paced lyrics. Ulrich is not outdone by any means and is just as conniving and tricky —

quick on his lines and believably crooked with attention holding antics. Touchingly sincere is Meghan McCullough as Mary Jane outwitted by the outlaws and charmed by Huck’s honesty. McCullough also has the voice for the role with “You Oughta Be Here With Me” and trios with Davis and McLellan in “Leavin’ is not the Only Way to Go.” Pearl Scott is another cast gem. Her “The Crossing,” “How Blest We Are” and “Waitin’ for the Light to Shine” gives the show a sense of reality. Jennifer Bolton captures the different personalities in her roles. Toby Jones, Bay View director of education, is a convincing drunk Pap Finn who, humorously, doesn’t believe in an education. Wonderful casting! The simplicity, the quickly moving action, the comic ensembles are the genius of director James Haffner. The story never slows down, moving along readily in just over two hours. Elizabeth Stoner has a lot of fine singers as

musical director and Chris Ludwa leads an orchestra of student professionals with staff member Fred Marderness on drums for his 35th Bay View musical. Jared Cole’s sets follow Haffner’s concepts and are strikingly effective. Fan Zhang’s costumes fit the time period of the show. As the shadowy figure of Mark Twain (LeRoy Sutfin) watches on silently, in the end Huck finds the “light” in the murky muddy waters of the great white train of the mighty Mississippi. “Comfortable joy” prevails and Jim is “Free At Last.” Encore!!!

“Big River” will be staged at

8 p.m. today and Saturday, July 26-27, in John M. Hall Auditorium in Bay View. For tickets, call (231) 348-9551 or (800) 595-4849, or visit online at

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Bay View’s Sunday concert will be ‘Pure Michigan’ BAY VIEW — Bay View Music Festival will produce an entire concert on its Sunday Sunset Pops Series (vespers) titled “Pure Michigan,” honoring composers, performing artists,and themes from the Great Lakes state. The concert will take place at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 28, in Hall auditorium. Like its namesake tourism campaign, the performance highlights the contributions of Michiganders to the music industry over the last 50 years. Repertoire varies from classical to pops and will include music tied to such as Stevie Wonder, Peter, Paul and Mary, and graduates of Interlochen. The concert lasts one hour and concludes prior to sunset. It will be emceed by radio personal-

ity Tim Nixon from Lite 96 FM. The show opens with a tribute to longtime faculty member Dudley Vernor, who composed the “Sweetheart of Sigma Chi.” Following will be several songs of William Bolcom, a living composer who resides in Ann Arbor and is one of the driving forces in classical art song and chamber music repertoire. Other features will include the offertory from “An American Hymn Requiem,” whose text is by the late Wesley Hager, former Bay View president. For those more competitionoriented, the concert will premiere a fight song medley from notable Michigan universities and a well-known spiritual that is part of the Sphinx Competition, a Detroit-based contest for minority

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Pianist Tony Patterson will be featured along with several vocalists on a Stevie Wonder medley at the Sunday, July 28, concert in Bay View. musicians. Familiar and unique songs and musical tributes to the state abound throughout the concert, providing an educational

and entertaining journey into the musical history of Michigan. For tickets, call (800) 595-4849 or visit

Day of Caring volunteer signup under way through Aug. 30 In honor of the National Day of Service and Remembrance of 9/11, hundreds of volunteers will join together on Wednesday, Sept. 11, in an effort to make the community a better place to live. The 10th annual Day of Caring matches teams of volunteers from businesses, schools, faith communities, community

groups, families and individuals with nonprofit organizations in Charlevoix and Emmet counties that could use a hand in completing necessary projects. Volunteer teams will complete various tasks for nonprofit organizations, schools and government agencies as well as home maintenance for seniors.

Volunteer registration is now open for Day of Caring projects. All projects are posted online through Char-Em United Way’s Volunteer Connections. To register as a volunteer for Day of Caring, visit www. and click on “Volunteer,” follow the link to Volunteer Connections and

search using the key words “Day of Caring.” All projects are filled on a first come, first serve basis. Volunteer registration deadline is Friday, Aug. 30. For more information, contact Lisa at Char-Em United Way at or (231) 487-1006.



Friday, July 26, 2013 •

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‘Yachting & Fashion’

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Designer offers lecture Tuesday in Harbor Springs HARBOR SPRINGS — Crooked Tree Arts Center will host the fourth speaker in its Harbor Springs Summer Friends Lecture Series on Tuesday, July 30. Fashion designer Susan E. Riley will be talking about “Yachting & Fashion” at 4:30 p.m. at the Harbor Springs Library in downtown Harbor Springs. Light refreshments will be served at 4 p.m. Riley began her career in Harbor Springs with her first trunk show 19 years ago at the Harborside Hotel. After the success of her reception, she relocated to West Palm Beach, Fla., opening a full boutique which still serves her clients the same timeless fashion. Riley says she gets her inspiration from original couture designers such as Christian Dior, Valentino Garavani and Hubert de Givenchy. “They made beautiful well-tailored clothing,” Riley said. “A lot of that kind of design is missing today.”

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“I believe in a return to feminine, lady-like fashions — clothes that are sensual without being overt.” Susan E. Riley She added that her love for those designers and their clothing styles came from growing up in New York City surrounded by fashion. Riley said her design aesthetic is to create made-to-order clothing using sumptuous fabrics and textures. “I believe in a return to feminine, lady-like fashions — clothes that are sensual without being overt,” Riley noted. Seat reservations for Tuesday’s lecture are limited. Cost is $15; contact Crooked Tree Arts Center at or call (231) 347-4337.

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Charlevoix all-class reunion planned during Venetian Festival some food and drink. Snacks, lemonade and ice tea will be provided and a cash bar will be available. During this past winter, the Charlevoix Public library placed all of the yearbooks in a digital file that can be downloaded and copied from its site. Hard copies of most yearbooks will be obtained

from the historical society for the afternoon. Yearbooks and tables are arranged by decade so that classmates can easily find those who were in their class. While the reunion is free, those who wish to join may pay the $5 annual dues. The money gathered at this event goes back to the school for special


‘Escape from Planet Earth’ showing tonight in the park Movies-in-the-Park, presented by Petoskey Rocks! and sponsored by Stafford’s Hospitality, is showing free family films on Friday nights this summer

in downtown Petoskey. Movies start at dusk. This week’s movie will be “Escape from Planet Earth” (rated PG), showing at 9:40 p.m. today, Friday, July 26,

in the park across from Stafford’s Perry Hotel. For more information on upcoming films, call the Petoskey Film Theater at (231) 758-3108.

projects. This event is sponsored by the Venetian Committee and the Alumni Association. The alumni band will once again be entertaining the crowd at the Venetian parade. To join this group, or march as a class in the parade, call Gail Baldridge or email Sherrel Bergmann at

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CHARLEVOIX — The fifth annual Charlevoix High School all class reunion will take place 12:30-3 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at the Weathervane lower level. All Charlevoix High School alumni are invited to greet classmates, peruse yearbooks, look at pictures of themselves as teenagers, and share

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Friday, July 26, 2013 •


A11 Wedding


Everest — McBride

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Char Lynn Smith and her students (from left) Raina Jaeggli from Dallas, Texas, and Amelie and Elliot Ruggero of Austin, Texas, show off the native whitefish puppets they made in the Charlevoix Circle of Arts Youth Camp. Amelie and Elliott have attended the camp the past four summers. Children can still sign up for Charlevoix Circle of Arts youth camp by calling (231) 547-3554. Circle of Arts is located at 109 Clinton St., in Charlevoix.

Erin Grace Everest and Seth Charles McBride were married Sunday, May 26, at the Brown Trout in Boyne Falls. Baskets of blue and white lobelia adorned the area for the 5 p.m. outdoor ceremony. President Terence Belford of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints performed the nuptials in the presence of 100 wedding guests. The bride is the daughter of John and Susan Everest of Petoskey. The groom is the son of Joan and Russell Milburn and the late Charles “Scot” McBride of Atwater, Ohio. Escorted by her father, the bride an ivory satin sleeveless gown with a lace bodice. She carried a bouquet of ivory roses, baby’s breath and miniature sunflowers. The flower were done by Tamis Favorite. Music was provided by organist Penny Belford and vocalist Stacy Rosin, who sang “Unforgettable.” The bride’s sister, Rebecca Everest was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Dr. Emily Wieland, the bride’s best friend since kindergarten, and Tessa Everest, sister of the bride. The bridal attendants wore individual style street length dresses in black and shades of aqua. Bianca Marinelli, cousin of the groom, was the flower girl. She wore an ivory and black street length dress. Ryan Fabian, brother of the groom, was the ring bearer. The groom’s best friend, Evan Miller, served as best man. Groomsmen were Jason McBride Fox, Brent McBride, Justin McBride, Nathan Fabian and Brenden Milburn, all brothers of the groom.


A reception followed the ceremony at the Melrose Township Hall in the village of Walloon Lake, given by John and Susan Everest with the assistance of Chris and Stacey Adkison, cousins of the bride. Shirley Hart of East Jordan made the wedding cake. The rehearsal dinner was a picnic on the lawn at the Brown Trout in Boyne Falls, hosted by the Everests and the Milburns. The newlyweds enjoyed the beauty of Northern Michigan before returning to their home in Carbondale, Colo. Erin is a CNA for a home health agency in Rifle, Colo., and Seth works for Habitat for Humanity of Glenwood Springs, Colo.

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CHARLEVOIX — Charlevoix Public Library’s SummerFolk Concert Series begins 6:30-8:30 p.m. Monday, July 29, with a performance by Kellerville, Lee Dyer and Holly Keller. The SummerFolk Concerts celebrate local artists with 45 minutes of music followed by an open mic session. Open mic sign-up begins at 6 p.m. the night of the concert, and is limited to five performers. The folk series continues on Aug. 12 with Dwain Martin & Friends, then on Aug. 26, with Charlie Millard, followed by Jack Elliot on Sept. 30. For more information about the folk music series, talk to Dwain at the Charlevoix library, (231) 547-2651.

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Living wage calculator

health from A1 not be penalized for not providing insurance.” For larger businesses, those penalties would be $2,000 annually for each worker beyond the first 30 at a business if coverage is not offered. At larger businesses that do offer coverage, another penalty could apply if employees’ share of the cost exceeds affordability standards. If the lowest-priced individual health plan would require an employee to chip in more than 9.5 percent of their gross wages — thus enabling the worker to seek alternate coverage, with subsidies, through a federal or state exchange — the employer would face a $3,000 penalty per employee that pursues the outside coverage. Dinon, who is also president of the Northern Michigan Society for Human Resource Management, noted that businesses near the 50-employee threshold may be particularly interested in exploring their standing with regard to the law. Many workplaces classify employees working 32 or more hours per week as full time, but Dinon said the federal government puts the threshold at 30 hours per week instead. In determining how many full-time equivalent employees a business has for purposes of the law, part-time workers’ hours also are included as part of the calculation. To calculate the number of fulltime equivalent employees for a given month, the sum of all hours worked by part-time employees in that month is divided by 120, with the result added to the head count of employees with full-time status. Dinon noted that seasonal employment fluctuations also can play a part in determining whether the coverage requirement applies to a business. If the count of full-time equivalent employees exceeds 50 for four or fewer months of the year — and seasonal workers were the only reason for the business to top that threshold — an exception can be given from the requirements for larger firms. When the new obligations for larger businesses take effect in 2015, Dinon noted that existing employee data will be used in calculating whether a given company faces the requirements. With this in mind, she said employers should perform calculations through 2014 to determine where they stand. Stephen Billings, a business counselor with SCORE’s Tip of the Mitt chapter, noted that some businesses also may want to explore health coverage approaches that could qualify them for tax credits. Businesses with fewer than 25 workers already may qualify for a

small-business credit of up to 35 percent to offset health coverage costs if they pay annual average wages below $50,000 and contribute half or more of the cost toward employees’ insurance. For small tax-exempt employers, a credit of up to 25 percent may be available. Starting in 2014, the maximums for those credits will increase to 50 percent and 35 percent, respectively and employers will need to obtain coverage through the new Small Business Health Options Program marketplace to qualify. Also starting in 2014, individuals will need to carry health insurance to avoid tax penalties — unless they fall into a low-income category, are a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe, are part of a recognized group that objects to health care for religious reasons or meet certain other exceptions. The fee for not carrying insurance will be 1 percent of yearly income or $95, whichever is higher. Dinon noted that some health reform provisions already in effect — such as those that let young adults remain on their parents’ insurance plans until age 26 and outlaw lifetime limits on coverage — may be contributing to higher coverage costs. On the basis of up-front cost, Billings anticipates that the law’s penalties might not be significant enough in some cases to push businesses or individuals toward providing or carrying coverage. “It’s going to be a case in which we’re going to have to educate the population,” he said. “It will take time.” Dinon and Billings, however, also see arguments for complying with the new federal policy. “There are also good reasons (for businesses) to choose to play,” Dinon said. “It helps you with recruiting and retaining your employees. A lot of employees are aware of the value of their benefits.” Billings, who has a business background in marketing, noted that businesses themselves often frame health benefits as an integral part of workers’ compensation packages. He believes employers need to take some responsibility toward keeping their workers healthy, noting that doing so can help them in avoiding turnover costs later on. At the same time, he senses a need for individual workers to look after their own health as well, and noted that federal health reform also includes provisions to promote healthy lifestyles among them.

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Health reform’s impacts to be explored at symposium Federal health reform and other factors influencing the U.S. economy will be explored during a Northwood University symposium soon will be presented at Bay Harbor. The event, “The U.S. Economy and the Impact of Health Reform,” is planned for 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at the Bay Harbor Yacht Club, 4300 Vista Drive. Timothy G. Nash, an economist, Northwood faculty member and the university’s vice president of strategic and corporate alliances, will be among the event’s panelists. He said this is the third year in a row for Northwood to offer an economic symposium at Bay Harbor. “It’s something we offer to our friends, to our alumni and the northwest Michigan public in general,” he said. “It’s free of charge.” As panelists discuss various economic issues affecting businesses, consumers and taxpayers, special emphasis will be given to The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which is scheduled to begin open enrollment on Oct. 1. “Everyone is looking for answers,” Nash said. “The hidden truth is that our economy is not as healthy as many people and politicians want to believe. “The American economy is less competitive and free than it was just 10 years ago. The imminent health care reforms show no promise for improving things.” Along with Nash, panelists also

will include Northwood economics professor Richard M. Ebeling and Michael Tanner, a senior fellow with prominent Washington, D.C.based public policy think tank the Cato Institute. Northwood president and chief executive officer Keith A. Pretty will serve as moderator. The event will include question-and-answer opportunities. While the presenters tend to have a free-market orientation on economic matters, “everyone should consider themselves to be welcome to the event no matter what your political view is,” Nash noted. He said presenters aim to share information objectively, and that people with a variety of views can contribute to the discussion. Organizers encourage those planning to attend to make a reservation as soon as possible. To do so, contact Betty Gillespie at (989) 8374356 or Boyne Resorts and The Phone Guide are supporting sponsors for the symposium. Several Michigan business people are involved in a committee helping to plan and promote the event. They include Rick Summers of Fox Motors, Pat Leavy and Cary Adgate of Kidd Leavy Real Estate, Craig Bonter of American Hospitality Management, Paul Fairbairn of Coldwell Banker Fairbairn Realty and Doug Turnbull of J.R. Turnbull & Associates.

­— Ryan Bentley, News-Review staff writer

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology pulled data from federal departments and surveys to estimate the cost of living in every county in the United States. Here’s what they found for Charlevoix and Emmet counties.

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cost of living from A1 livable wage — $17.93 per hour, ag ain based on a 40-hour work week. The problem comes with the kinds of jobs that are most available in Charlevoix and Emmet counties. According to the Northwest Michigan Council of Governments, jobs most often available in Northern Michigan tend to be those that pay the least. The organization has software that aggregates job postings from employer websites, online newspaper postings and websites such as For example, in Charlevoix County, the software found that general merchandise stores had the highest number of job openings between April 24-July 24. Those stores looked to fill 17 positions. Food service and drinking establishes searched for workers to fill 15 jobs while merchant wholesalers and durable goods searched for 11 workers. “Tourism is huge, obviously,” said Jane Butzier, operations manager for Northwest Michigan Works!. “We have businesses clamoring for help and people are asking to fill positions and keep providing the level of service they want to provide because they have seasonal positions that are low skill and don’t pay really well.” According to the MIT data, typical hourly wages paid to those in the service or food industry in Charlevoix County is $8.93 an hour. The wage is the same for those in the food or service industry in Emmet County, where a single parent with one child would need to make $17.93 an hour to make a livable wage. That average service or food industry wage is $8.93 an hour — $1.93 more than poverty level estimation of $7 per hour for a single parent, but $9 an hour less than a livable wage. “The retail, the food service, the housekee ping jobs, those kinds of things are tough positions to fill,” said Butzier. “You almost have to put a few together to make it worth your while.” But Butzier says Michigan Works! encourages people to keep working, even if the pay is low. This makes a worker more attractive to future employers and possibly better jobs. “Sometimes you could be receiving unemployment that pays better than that. Yet you need to be working in order to be employable and get a better job. It’s a real catch 22 situation,”

Types of jobs Emmet County

Charlevoix County

11 Registered nurse 11 Merchandiser 7 Cashier 6 Customer service


11 Customer service associate

9 Cashier 7 Merchandiser 4 Restaurant crew 4 Security officer 3 Customer service


3 Line cook 2 Event specialist 2 Mechanical engineer 2 Service installation

6 Housekeeper 6 Receptionist 6 Teller 5 Cook 5 Line cook 5 Hospitalist 5 Intensive care unit


2 Customer service representative 2 Wrecker driver tow operator

registered nurse

2 CNC machinist 2 Assistant restaurant

5 Sales associate 4 Assistant restaurant



2 Office assistant 2 Real estate agent 2 Wait staff 1 Secondary science

4 Account manager 4 Retail personal banker 4 Phlebotomy services



4 Assistant manager 4 Chef 3 Outside sales


3 Golf course maintenance 3 Restaurant cashier/host 3 Occupational therapist


3 Administrative assistant

1 Production specialist 1 Sales representative 1 Optician 1 Buyer 1 Treasurer 1 Busser 1 Sales support

Source: Northwest Michigan Council of Governments

Getting around $595/mo

1 adult, 1 child


2 adult, 2 child she said. “But we also try to talk to employers and say, ‘Sometimes you just have to pay a little bit more or it just doesn’t work.’”

Janie McNabb, Northwe s t M i ch i g a n Wo rk s ! chief operating officer, advises job-seekers to consult with her organization in order to access higher-paying jobs. She says there’s a sort of “hidden job market” in which job postings travel by word-of-mouth. “A company might be looking for a higher skill level or pay. They’re going to ask current trusted employees for referrals first,” she said. “We try to encourage and coach companies to always post their jobs, because even if they get a lot of applications there, they need to broadcast it. Maybe they’ll find that hidden gem of a person who is looking at the time that they post.”

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catholic from A1 perience. A pianist and piano teacher, Campbell has experience in leading children and adult choirs, a rich knowledge of the lives of the saints, and love for the Catholic faith. “This is an opportunity of a lifetime for everyone involved,” Campbell said. “I am thrilled to be part of this adventure — forming minds and hearts into critical thinkers and defenders of the faith.” Also part of the new team is Nolan, a part-time teacher. Nolan earned her bachelor’s degree in education with honors at the University of Exeter, United Kingdom. She earned her mas-

ter’s degree in theater in education at Emerson University, Boston, Mass. Nolan also has a master’s degree in inter-cultural training and conflict resolution from Lelsey University, Cambridge, Mass. Nolan, her husband Bryan and their two sons are members of Holy Childhood of Jesus Parish in Harbor Springs. “I am committed to this endeavor for the long term,” Nolan said. “I believe that there are things in life that have inherent redemptive value. A good Catholic education is one of these. An authentic Catholic education is one which celebrates the intel-

lectuals of the past, and fosters the thinkers of the future while keeping centered on Christ and his will for us. Both Campbell and Nolan will be available to meet prospective students and their families at three different open houses at St. Mary of Charlevoix from 1011 a.m. on Sunday, July 28, and at the catholic high school’s proposed location, 1170 Bay View Road from 6-8:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31. The building is located between Bob-In Again and Boyne Country Sports in the garden level of the PMP building. Food and beverages will be

served at the open houses. Private tours are also available upon request. “We are on track for fall and are extremely pleased to have Rachel and Maartje on board,” Deborah Gagnon, co-chair of the high school committee, said. St. Michael the Archangel school is awaiting final approval of a special use permit from Petoskey’s zoning board for the proposed location. “Any educational institution is required to apply for and prove compliance with traffic and parking ordinances,” Jeff Bacigalupi, co-chair, said. “Our plan is to open St. Mi-

chael’s in this interim location with a strong group of first-year students,” Gagnon said. “Using a hybrid of 40 percent real-time online Catholic curriculum blended with 60 percent traditional classroom instruction, St. Michael’s students will learn in a cutting-edge environment, one that higher education and businesses have already moved toward.” For more information on the school visit or call Gagnon at (231) 330-8868 to ask questions and schedule a private tour of St. Michael the Archangel Regional Catholic Academy.

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Veteran of the Month BOYNE CITY — The Boyne City American Legion has named Joseph Tony Barnadyn as the Veteran of the Month for July 2013. He was born Jan. 12, 1921, the second of 12 children, in Boyne Falls, and attended Curfew School on the corner of U.S. 131 and Romaniak Road, north of Boyne Falls. In 1936, after completing the eighth-grade, he left school and worked on the family farm to help support their family during the Great Depression. In 1941 he went to Hamtramck, Mich., going to work as an automobile serviceman for Mazur Brothers and on Dec. 1, 1942, Barnadyn was inducted into the Inactive Army Reserve Corps entering into active service on Dec. 11, 1942, in Detroit. Following basic training, where he qualified as a sharpshooter with the M1 Garand rifle, he attended a specialty school graduating as a cook. On Oct. 6, 1944, Barnadyn departed the USA arriving in the European Theater of Operations on Oct. 20, 1944, and participated in battles and campaigns in the Rhineland and Central Europe while assigned to Company I, 179th Infantry. He served as a second cook in an Army kitchen following daily menus while preparing meals for Army personnel and did baking and meat cutting. On Sept. 8, 1945, Barnadyn departed the European Theater of Operations arriving in the USA on Sept. 14, 1945, and on Nov. 14, 1945, at The Separation Center, Camp McCoy, Wis., he was awarded an honorable discharge having attained the rank of sergeant technician fifth grade and was awarded the following decorations and citations: The American Theater Service Medal, The European-AfricanMiddle Eastern Theater Service Medal, The Good

Conduct Medal, The Combat Infantryman Badge and One Overseas Barnadyn Service Bar (representing six months foreign service). Returning to Hamtramck, Barnadyn went to work for General Motors and on Dec. 1, 1945, he married Rose Mary Hypke residing in Hamtramck until 1948 when they moved to a farm near Elmira. He raised crops and cattle and in 1959 specialized in raising and selling certified seed potatoes. Barnadyn served several terms as township constable in the late 1950s and in 1969 he moved to Boyne Falls working for various companies in the building trades and in 1976 he went to work for Circle M Ranch as its construction supervisor. Retiring in 1986, he later moved to Boyne City, in October of 2011. He enjoyed hunting deer and rabbits and fishing and held life memberships, and participated in the Eagles, Knights of Columbus, was past commander of thelocal VFW Post, and was active in his church and parish, St. Augustine. On Nov. 30, 2012, Joseph Tony Barnadyn answered the final call and is being honored by his wife, Rosemary, his children and their families. To honor a veteran, call the program chairman at (231) 588-6067 or on Tuesdays call (231) 582-7811 between 3:30-8:30 p.m. The ceremony may be witnessed at 6:15 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month in front of The American Legion Post located on the corner of South Lake and Main streets in Boyne City.

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Events include great live music, lots of fun kid’s activities, a petting zoo, great food, competitive sporting events, Chalk & Chocolate Festival, Youth Fishing Derby, SAFE Teen Dance, parasailing over Little Traverse Bay and more! An arts and crafts show will be held on Saturday in Pennsylvania Park in downtown Petoskey. 12 bands will rock the Entertainment Tent this year. Performers will start at 5:00 p.m. on Friday and at noon on Saturday, and will perform until midnight both nights. Friday night’s headliner band is Allen as Tim. Allen Scott is a dynamic Tim McGraw Tribute Artist from Detroit and HAPPY has been performing his tribute to the multi-award ANNIVERSARY winning performer since 2004. Saturday night’s headliner band is Funktion. From silky smooth R&B to cool island dub rhythms to rowdy hip-hop, Funktion will make you want to move! Raymond James See full details at is celebrating a 50 year anniversary Located at 3290 Woods Way Tel. (231) 347-3961


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A-Rod’s strained relationship with Yankees continues


Dick Bare Invite opens today at Bayfront

NEW YORK — Alex Rodriguez’s already strained relationship with the New York Yankees hit another low when he pushed to be activated from the disabled list, the team refused and he had a lawyer join the discussion of his injury rehabilitation. Already a target of Major League Baseball’s drug investigation, the third baseman angered the Yankees when he obtained a second medical opinion on his strained left quadriceps this week without informing the team in writing, a step required by the sport’s collective bargaining agreement. The Yankees intend to discipline him, most likely with a fine. Sidelined since hip surgery in January, Rodriguez issued a statement early in the day saying he wanted to be activated for Friday’s homestand opener against Tampa Bay. But that wasn’t in the Yankees plans.

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The Dick Bare Invitational Men’s Class D-E fastpitch softball tournament opens today, Friday, July 26, and runs through Sunday, July 28, at Bayfront Park’s Ed White Field. The four-team, round robin format four-game guarantee single elimination tour nament will feature a pair of teams based from the Petoskey Men’s Softball League in Adam Dustin Memorial and Bay Street Orthopaedics along with ATS from Auburn and Tanner Farms from Albion. The tournament begins at 7:30 p.m. today, Friday, when Dustin Memorial faces ATS, followed by Bay Street vs. Tanner Farms at 9 p.m. Pool play resumes on Saturday, July 27, beginning at 11 a.m. when Dustin Memorial faces Bay Street, followed by ATS vs. Tanner Farms at 1 p.m.; ATS vs. Bay Street at 3 p.m. and Dustin Memorial vs. Tanner Farms at 5 p.m. Three games are scheduled for Sunday, July 28, including an 8 a.m. contest between the No. 2 seed vs. No. 3 seed, followed by the No. 1 seed vs. No. 4 seed at 9:30 a.m. The championship game is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Order of finish for seeding into single elimination includes winloss records, head-to-head competition, fewest runs allowed, most runs score or a coin toss.

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Bay Street Orthopaedics got past Dustin Memorial, 8-7, in a game played Thursday in the Petoskey Men’s Softball League at Bayfront Park’s Ed White Field. Erik Hagstrom singled in the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Bay Street scored three runs in their last half inning to overcome a 7-5 deficit. Hagstrom finished with a pair of hits for Bay Street, while Dan Kulman had two singles. Also for Bay Street, which finished with nine hits, Dennis Kan had a single and drove in three runs, while adding a hit apiece was Dave Jones, Kevin Thompson, Tom Longcore and Dave Segrist. Segrist was the winning pitcher in relief of starter Kevin Potter. Segrist worked three scoreless and hitless innings, while Potter allowed seven runs on seven hits while walking one and striking out two. For Dustin Memorial, Jason Peters finished with three home runs and drove in six runs, while Nelson Greenier added a single and drove in a run. Also for Dustin Memorial, Eric Fettig, Doyle Dustin and Doyle Dustin III had a hit apiece. Francis Hiar took the pitching loss as he allowed three runs on five hits while walking two over two innings. Peters started and allowed five runs on two hits while walking four and striking out two. Schedule: Sunday, July 28, Women’s League tournament, Blaze vs. Predators II, 6 p.m.; Predators vs. Boyne City Ace Hardware, 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 29, Women’s League tournament, Predators-Boyne City Ace Hardware winner vs. ALS, 6:30 p.m.; Blaze vs. Predators II winner vs. Northern Lights, 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, Men’s League, Flynn’s Excavating vs. Bay Street Orthopaedics, 7:30 p.m.

George Brett stepping down as Royals interim hitting coach


Jeff Roth, a former Flint and Detroit area golf professional who now lives in Farmington, N.M. and sometimes plays on the Champions Tour, is the defending champion at the Boyne Tournament

of Champions. The 22nd annual Tournament of Champions is scheduled for July 29-31 at Boyne Mountain’s Alpine Course. The 54-hole event brings together 101 of the state’s best golfers.

Boyne T of C very much a family affair Greg Johnson Special to the News-Review

BOYNE FALLS — Families who seek an array of activities find Boyne Mountain Resort an irresistible destination, and that includes golfing families competing against one another in one of the game’s most unique championships Monday-Wednesday, July 26-28, on The Alpine course. Three father-son combinations, a father-daughter combination and a set of brothers will be among the 101 golfers in the starting field of the 22nd Tournament of Champions. The 54-hole event brings together men, women, juniors, seniors, professionals and amateurs competing against each other from three sets of tees for the same coveted championship.

Each player in the field has won a Michigan major golf tournament or state title to earn the invitation to compete. The top 70 scorers and ties make the 36-hole cut and play the final round. The event is sanctioned and administered by the Michigan PGA. Michigan Golf Hall of Fame member Jack Seltzer and his son John, Frank McAuliffe and his son Frank IV, Bill Mory and his son Chris, brothers Jeff and Steven Cuzzort and amateur golf legend Pete Green and his daughter, Suzanne Green-Roebuck, will seek a title that has been won most often by male professionals, but also by a woman (Stacy Snider in 2003). Last year Jeff Roth, a former Flint and Detroit area golf professional who now lives in Farmington, N.M., and sometimes

Tee it up WHAT: 22nd annual Tournament of Champions WHEN: Monday-Wednesday, July 29-31 WHERE: Boyne Mountain Resort’s Alpine course WHO: Features the state’s top men, women, juniors, seniors, professionals and amateurs DEFENDING CHAMPION: Jeff Roth plays on the Champions Tour as a senior golfer, won for a recordtying fifth time (Michael Harris). Roth first won the event in 1995 and also won in ’96, 99, 2008 and 2012. See T of C on Page B2


Verlander encouraged despite 7-4 loss Up next

Brian Sandalow Associated Press

CHICAGO — Despite giving up seven runs against the Chicago White Sox, Justin Verlander saw positives in his latest outing. Playing once again without Miguel Cabrera, who missed his third straight game because of an injured left hip flexor, Detroit had its four-game winning streak snapped in a 7-4 loss to the White Sox on Thursday. Verlander (10-8) gave up seven runs and 11 hits in six innings, including a home run to Tyler Flowers. Still, manager Jim Leyland and Verlander were encouraged by the 2011 AL MVP and Cy Young Award winner’s outing, even though he took his third

WHO: Phillies at Tigers WHEN: 7:08 p.m. today, Friday TV: FSD RADIO: WMBN-AM 1340, WMKT-AM 1270, 102.3 FM loss in four decisions. “He got up to 99. I thought he had a good curve ball,” Leyland said. “I thought he threw the ball very well.” Verlander has had an inconsistent season and is struggling with his mechanics. He used Thursday to try to make a change in his arm action and said that he and pitching coach Jeff Jones recently found something they can fix.

Despite the results, Verlander saw progress. “Today, as funny as it sounds, was a step in the right direction,” Verlander said. “I thought my stuff was the best it’s been all year. It was just a little erratic.” Chicago scored twice in the first for its first lead in the series. Paul Konerko and Jeff Keppinger hit RBI singles with two outs. Jake Peavy (8-4) allowed his first hit in the fourth when Austin Jackson singled. Torii Hunter followed with his 10th homer to tie the game at 2. The White Sox scored four times in the bottom half. Flowers hit an RBI double off left fielder Andy Dirks’ glove, Alexei Ramirez had a two-run single See Tigers on Page B2

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — George Brett took over as the Kansas City Royals’ interim hitting coach with the rudderless team mired in an eight-game skid. He leaves with them showing signs of life. The Hall of Famer announced he was stepping down from his on-field job and returning to the Royals’ front office, where he’s served as vice president of baseball operations since retiring as a player following the 1993 season.

Brady, Belichick shed light on Hernandez’s arrest FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — With Aaron Hernandez’s arrest hovering over the start of training camp, the New England Patriots sent out quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick to shed some light. Brady spoke for 17 minutes and said the murder charge against his former tight end is “zero” distraction to him. Belichick spoke for 22 minutes Wednesday. Both spoke with greater patience and candor than they usually do as the Patriots hurried to remove the stain from their reputation — and lower media attention — before their first practice on Friday.

Pro Bowl quarterback Ryan, Falcons agree on extension FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons agreed to terms on a five-year contract extension. Falcons spokesman Reggie Roberts said the deal was being finalized as Ryan led the offense through practice on the first day of training camp. A person familiar with the situation says Ryan’s extension is for $103.75 million deal, with $59 million guaranteed. The person says Ryan will average $20.75 million during the first three years of the extension. Ryan, 28, is entering the sixth and final season of his original rookie contract and will earn a $10 million salary.

Cowboys Stadium to change name to AT&T Stadium ARLINGTON, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys announced a multi-year, multimillion-dollar branding deal that will change the name of Cowboys Stadium to AT&T Stadium. Team owner Jerry Jones said he wants his $1.2 billion showplace to be a building “more familiar than the White House.” The name change takes effect immediately, and numerous signs outside and inside the stadium will be changed to reflect the name of the telecommunications giant based in nearby Dallas.

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T of C from B1

Tigers’ Hunter says new shoes caused sore Achilles CHICAGO (AP) — AllStar outfielder Torii Hunter might want to shoo away his new shoes. The Detroit right fielder left Thursday’s game against the Chicago White Sox in the eighth inning because of a sore left Achilles. Hunter says the problem was caused by dress shoes that were too tight. “I’ll be fine tomorrow. Just a little sore,” Hunter said. “I played through it the whole game. It happened this morning, but I’m fine. I’m fine.” Hunter homered during Detroit’s 7-4 loss. He said he said he recently bought shoes that “might have been a little tight on the Achilles.” “A little sore the whole game,” he said. Hunter didn’t say exactly when he bought the footwear. He was confident he would play today, Friday, at home against Philadelphia despite being listed as day to day.

TIgers from B1 and Alex Rios singled home a run. Victor Martinez and Brayan Pena also homered for Detroit, which got the tying run to the plate in the ninth before Addison Reed struck out Pena for his 26th save in 30 tries. “You can sum it up pretty simple today, early on they got a couple of cheap hits off (Verlander), which is part of the game,” Leyland said. “In the fourth inning he made his bad pitches in bunches. He made about three or four in that inning and that’s what cost him.” H u n t e r, wh o s e h o m e r was his third in the series, exited in the eighth with a sore Achilles but said he’ll play Friday against Philadelphia. Cabrera’s condition is less clear. Leyland said Cabrera was doing better, but didn’t say whether he would play against the Phillies. “I’m not going to do anything stupid,” Leyland said. “Just have to wait and see how he comes in tomorrow.” Peavy’s status with the White Sox is also murky. The subject of trade speculation as the July 31 deadline approaches, Peavy chose to wear the White Sox’s 1983 throwback unifor ms because he hadn’t been able to wear them before. Peavy, who doesn’t have no-trade protection, knows that with the speculation and the multiple scouts watching him pitch, Thursday might have been his last chance to don those uniforms, usually reserved for Sundays. The fans also recognized Thursday might have been the end for Peavy in Chicago, giving him standing ovations following the seventh inning and when he was relieved in the eighth after giving up Pena’s home run that cut Detroit’s deficit to 7-4. “It was very humbling. It was emotional for me,” Peavy said. “If it was the last time I pitch here at U.S. Cellular Field, with this uniform on, it was a nice way to go out. It meant the absolute world to me. I hope everyone knows that.”


Harbor Juniors cap season The Harbor Springs Junior travel baseball team traveled to Cadillac to play in an U14 tournament last weekend and placed third out of nine teams. Harbor fell to the eventual tournament winner Clare in a semifinal game which was shortened by a time limit. Harbor earned victories over Traverse City, 16-0, and Hart, 9-8, as Alex Weise and Jarrayd Greenacre picked up the win on the mound. Mike Kline, William Coveyou, Weise and Chris Erxleben led all Harbor hitters throughout the weekend as Kline had three base

hits including two triples. Harbor earned a hard-fought walk-off win over Hart when Jack Vandermus executed a straight steal of home with two outs in the bottom of the seventh. Harbor finished the season with a 21-7 record. Team members are front (from left) Jacob Pater, Coveyou, Cooper Self, Steven Hankins, Zane Trierweiler; back, coach Matt Pater, Chris Erxleben, Kline, Dillon Schwark, Greenacre, Vandermus, Weise, coach Mark Pontoni and coach Mike Erxleben.

All Big North

Northmen well represented on respective All-Big North teams A total of 16 Petoskey High School athletes were recoginized and honored by the Big North Conference in baseball, soccer and softball for the spring season.


Petoskey sophomore infielder Jordan Swiss was named to the Big North AllConference first team, while earning second team honors was junior outfielder Nick Strobel and junior pitcher Aiden Holliday. Seniors Danny Clancy and Mitch Smielewski earned honorable mention. First team: Catcher, Geordon Carter, Traverse City West, junior; pitchers, Walter Borkovich, T.C. West, senior (player of the year); Tyler Palm, West Branch Ogemaw Heights, senior; outfielders, Dylan Glennie, Alpena, junior; Collin Bush, T.C. West, senior; Ethan Pilarski, T.C. Central, senior; infielders, Donny Cizek, T.C. West, senior; Tim Atkinson, Alpena, junior; Will Reed, T.C. West, senior; Swiss, Petoskey, sophomore; Guilio Fantasia, Alpena, junior; utility,DH, Trent McDougal, T.C. West, senior. Second team: Catcher, Zach Nash, Alpena, senior; pitchers, Mitch Skiba, Alpena, senior; Holliday, Petoskey, junior; outfielders, Brady Marwede, Alpena, junior; Lewis Finch, Cadillac, sophomore; Strobel, Petoskey, junior; infielders, Justyn Root, T.C. Central, senior; Tanner Derrer, Cadillac, junior; Adam Stepan, T.C. Central, junior. Honorable mention: Keenan Cooper, Cadillac, sophomore; Jeff Stiver, Cadillac, senior; Robbie Hansen, Gaylord, freshman; Kyle Bachelder, Ogemaw, junior; Tim Howard, Ogemaw, senior; Michael VonKronenberger, Ogemaw, junior; Jared Walters, Ogemaw, sophomore; Clancy, Petoskey, senior; Smielewski, Petoskey, senior; Ethan Campbell, T.C. Central, sophomore; Cam Givens, T.C. Central, junior.


















car, Alpena, junior; Darby McLaurin, Cadillac, junior; Maddy Hamilla, Gaylord, junior; Emily Duncan, Alpena, senior; Cassidy Klein, T.C. Central, senior; Jons, Petoskey, senior; Grace Stanton, T.C. Central, sophomore; Haley Marentette, Ogemaw Heights, junior; Erica Erway, Cadillacy, senior; Jayna Brunetti, T.C. West, senior; Megan Martin, Alpena, junior; Carley Hoeksema, Alpena, junior; Chelsea Fox, Gaylord, senior; Antonishen, Petoskey, senior; Fraser, Petoskey, senior; Tara Henderson, Ogemaw Heights, junior; Natalie Fournier, Ogemaw Heights, senior; Kasey Mick, Ogemaw Heights, senior; Katie Elliott, Ogemaw Heights, freshman.

Petoskey senior defender Alyssa VanWerden and senior goalkeeper Kelsey Ance were both selected to the Big North All-Conference first team, while senior Lisa Dinon was named to the second team. Earning honorable mention was senior Morgan Jons, senior Jill Antonishen and senior Liz Fraser. First team: MacKenzie Hurlburt, Cadillac, senior (goalkeeper), Abbey Fuller, Cadillac, junior; Kiley Kreple, T.C. West, junior; Jalyna Cisneros, T.C. Central, junior; Jessica Kalbfleisch, T.C. West, senior; VanWerden, Petoskey, senior; Sydney Barcey, Cadillac, junior; Jacqueline Hardy, T.C. Central, senior; Kaylor Mikolowski, Gaylord, senior; Sarah Polena, Gaylord, senior; Ance, Petoskey, senior. Second team: Savanna Wojtanowski, T.C. West, senior (goalkeeper), Alex Przewozniak, Alpena, senior; Hannah Baker, Cadillac, junior; Mikaela Ray, T.C. West, sophomore; Mikenna Ray, T.C. West, junior; Brooke Stier, Gaylord, junior; Maria Rapson, T.C. West, senior; Dinon, Petoskey, senior; Sophie Lutz, T.C. Central, senior; Gabrielle Sake, Cadillac, junior; Paige Pfannenstiel, T.C. Central, senior. Honorable mention: Alex Simmons, Gaylord, senior (goalkeeper), Tatiana Bur-


Petoskey senior catcher Reilly Philliben was named to the Big North All-Conference first team, while earning second team honors was senior pitcher Annie Hansen and senior infielder Emily Kent and freshman infielder Makenna Smith. Sophomore Briana Marshall was named honorable mention. First team: Catcher, Philliben, Petoskey, senior; Pitchers, Alex Peters, Alpena, sophomore; Katlyn Agren, Cadillac, senior; Outfielders, Miranda Winowiecki, T.C. Central; Abby MacArthur, Alpena, senior; Kayla Marshall, Ogemaw, senior;

Maddy Duensing, T.C. Central, senior; Infielders, Mary Emington, Cadillac, senior; Brenna Bourdage, Alpena, senior; Lauren Mead, Gaylord, senior; Angelika Diehl, T.C. West, junior; Logan Myers, Alpena, junior. Second team: Catcher, Abby Howard, T.C, West, senior; Emily Orcutt, Cadillac, junior; Pitchers, Hansen, Petoskey, senior; Corrin Gehrke, Alpena, senior; Outfielders, Alyssa Fisher, Cadillac, junior; Lexie Rabidue, Ogemaw, freshman; Infielders, Smith, Petoskey, freshman; Kent, Petoskey, senior; Marinna Smith, Cadillac, senior. Honorable mention: Jenna VanDusen, Alpena, freshman; Alicia Poloski, Cadillac, senior; Lauren Hintz, Gaylord, junior; Cierra Woods, Gaylord, sophomore; Bri Mairose, Ogemaw, sophomore; Courtney Stahl, Ogemaw, junior, Marshall, Petoskey, sophomore; Tiffany Taylor, T.C. Central, senior; Dana Dyer, T.C. Central, senior; Laura Krieber, T.C. West, senior; Carley Drzewiecki, T.C. West, freshman.

Henry Do of Ypsilanti, who has finished high school and is headed to North Carolina on a golf scholarship, almost became the first amateur winner two years ago before faltering on the last few holes to a rally by touring pro Andy Matthews. Do is in the field again this year, as are 22 other amateur golfers. Suzanne Green-Roebuck, a multiple winner of the Michigan Women’s Open, Oakland University golfer Gabriella Yurik of Rochester and Kelly Hartigan of Lake Orion, the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Year for Grand Valley State University, are among the notable women taking on the men and boys in this year’s field. The professional docket is loaded as expected in a field of major championship winners. Six-time Michigan Open and Michigan PGA winner Scott Hebert, who won the TOC in 2009, is back, as is Roth, 2011 winner Lee Houtteman and past champions Tom Harding (1997), Agim Bardha (1994) and Michael Erickson (1993). Last year’s Michigan Amateur champion, Drew Preston of Ada, who is now a professional, is in the field, as is last year’s Michigan Open champion, Barrett Kelpin, a professional from Kalamazoo. Andy Ruthkoski, Tim Matthews, Ron Buermann, Brian Cairns, Willie Mack III and Dave Kendall are among the notable golfers in a field full of notable golfers. Barry Redmond of Boyne Golf Academy entered the final round of last year’s Tournament of Champions two shots off the lead, but finished with a 214 total, tied for 13th overall. Other Northern Michigan players joining Redmond this year include Michigan Golf Hall of Fame member Larry Mancour of Oden, Jerry Roman and Kyle Roman of Hidden River Golf and Casting Club, Brian O’Neill of Boyne Resorts and John Gates of Treetops ResortNorth Course. Roth earned $10,000 for his win last year, donned the traditional green jacket befitting Michigan’s version of a Masters Tournament and could make more history this year. His win a year ago tied him with legend Al Watrous for the most major championships in Michigan golf history. A win this week would give Roth 16 major Michigan titles.

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Late registration for the Petoskey Pop Warner Football Association 2013 season will be will be from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, at the Petoskey Pop Warner Practice field. Two divisions of football will be offered including junior pee wee for ages 8-10 (born between Aug. 1, 2002– July 31, 2005) who weigh 60-105 pounds and an older/ lighter age 11 (Aug. 1, 2001– July 31, 2002), 60-85 pounds. Junior midgets are for ages 10-12 (born between Aug. 1, 2000 – July 31, 2003) who weigh 90-145 pounds and an older/ lighter age 13 (Aug. 1, 1999-July 31, 2000, 90-120 pounds.) Late registration fee is $135. You may also mail registration forms and a check to P.O. Box 1737, Petoskey Mich. 49770 before July 31. Registration for ms are available at www.eteamz. com/petoskeypopwarner. Forms will also be available at registration. Athletes must provide a copy of their birth certificate and 2013 report card.

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TV Schedule Friday AUTO RACING 10:30 a.m. SPEED — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, Indiana 250 final practice 11:30 a.m. SPEED — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Samuel Deeds 400 practice BASEBALL 7 p.m. MLB — Philadelphia at Detroit 10:05 p.m. WGN — Chicago Cubs at San Francisco GOLF Noon ESPN2 — The Senior British Open Championship 1 p.m. GOLF — USGA, U.S. Junior Amateur Championship 3 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour, Canadian Open, second round, at Oakville, Ontario 6:30 p.m. GOLF — Tour, Boise Open (tape) TENNIS 4 p.m. ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, BB&T Atlanta Open 7 p.m. ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, BB&T Atlanta Open 11 p.m. ESPN2 — WTA, Bank of the West Classic VOLLEYBALL 8 p.m. NBCSN — World Series of Beach Volleyball, women’s Grand Slam semifinals and championship; men’s Grand Slam quarterfinals Saturday AUTO RACING 8 a.m. NBCSN — Formula One, Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying 9 a.m. ESPN2 — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Samuel Deeds 400 practice Noon SPEED — NASCAR, Nationwide Series, Indiana 250 pole qualifying 2 p.m. ESPN — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Samuel Deeds 400 pole qualifying 4:30 p.m. ESPN — NASCAR, Nationwide, Indiana 250 7 p.m. ESPN — NHRA, Sonoma Nationals qualifying (tape) BASEBALL 2:30 p.m. FOX — Regional coverage, St. Louis at Atlanta, L.A. Angels at Oakland, or N.Y. Mets at Washington 7 p.m. FSD — Philadelphia at Detroit 7 p.m. MLB — Regional coverage, Boston at Baltimore or Texas at Cleveland 7 p.m. WGN — Kansas City at Chicago White Sox BOWLING Noon ESPN — U.S. Open, men’s and women’s championships GOLF Noon ESPN2 — The Senior British Open Championship 1 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour, Canadian Open 3 p.m. CBS — PGA Tour, Canadian Open 4 p.m. GOLF — USGA, U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, championship match 6:30 p.m. TGC — Tour, Boise Open (tape) MAJOR LEAGUE LACROSSE 2 p.m. ESPN2 — Chesapeake at Denver MOTORSPORTS 3 p.m. NBC — AMA Motocross, Spring Creek National 4 p.m. NBCSN — AMA Motocross, Spring Creek National SOCCER 7 p.m. ESPN2 — MLS, Los Angeles at Colorado 9 p.m. NBCSN — MLS, Chicago at Houston TENNIS 4 p.m. ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, BB&T Atlanta Open 10 p.m. ESPN2 — WTA, Bank of the West Classic VOLLEYBALL 1 p.m. NBCSN — World Series of Beach Volleyball, women’s semifinals and men’s Grand Slam semifinals 4 p.m. NBC — World Series of Beach Volleyball, women’s championship WNBA 3:30 p.m. ABC — All-Star Game Sunday ATHLETICS 7 p.m. ESPN2 — CrossFit Games, at Carson, Calif. AUTO RACING 7:30 a.m. NBCSN — Formula One, Hungarian Grand Prix 1 p.m. ESPN — NASCAR, Sprint Cup, Samuel Deeds 400 8 p.m. ESPN2 — NHRA, Sonoma Nationals (tape) BASEBALL 1 p.m. FSD — Philadelphia at Detroit 1:30 p.m. TBS — Boston at Baltimore 4 p.m. WGN — Chicago Cubs at San Francisco 8 p.m. ESPN — St. Louis at Atlanta GOLF Noon ESPN2 — The Senior British Open Championship 1 p.m. GOLF — PGA Tour, Canadian Open 3 p.m. CBS — PGA Tour, Canadian Open 7 p.m. GOLF — Tour, Boise Open (tape) SOCCER 3:30 p.m. FOX — CONCACAF, Gold Cup TENNIS 3 p.m. ESPN2 — ATP World Tour, BB&T Atlanta Open, championship 5 p.m. ESPN2 — WTA, Bank of the West Classic, championship VOLLEYBALL 4:30 p.m. NBC — World Series of Beach Volleyball, men’s championship



American League East Division W L Pct Boston 61 42 .592 Tampa Bay 60 42 .588 Baltimore 57 46 .553 New York 54 48 .529 Toronto 46 55 .455 Central Division W L Pct Detroit 56 45 .554 Cleveland 53 48 .525 Kansas City 48 51 .485 Minnesota 43 56 .434 Chicago 40 59 .404 West Division W L Pct Oakland 59 43 .578 Texas 56 46 .549 Seattle 49 53 .480 Los Angeles 48 52 .480 Houston 34 67 .337

PGA-Canadian Open Scores Thursday GB At Glen Abbey Golf Club — Oakville, Ontario ½ Purse: $5.6 million 4 Yardage: 7,253; Par: 72 (35-37) 6½ First Round 14 Brendan Steele 31-34—65 Scott Brown 31-35—66 GB Matt Kuchar 34-32—66 — Scott Gardiner 29-37—66 3 David Lingmerth 32-35—67 7 Hunter Mahan 30-37—67 12 Chez Reavie 32-36—68 15 Patrick Reed 33-35—68 Chris Kirk 31-37—68 GB Bubba Watson 33-35—68 — Kyle Stanley 34-34—68 3 Trevor Immelman 32-36—68 10 Aaron Baddeley 32-36—68 10 Kevin Chappell 33-35—68 24½ Joe Affrunti 33-35—68 James Driscoll 35-34—69 White Sox 7, Tigers 4 Vijay Singh 33-36—69 THURSDAY — AT CHICAGO Stuart Appleby 34-35—69 George McNeill 32-37—69 Detroit Chicago Rory Sabbatini 33-36—69 ab r h bi ab r h bi Will Claxton 34-35—69 AJcksn cf 4 1 1 0 De Aza cf 4 0 0 0 James Hahn 31-38—69 TrHntr rf 4 1 1 2 Rmrz ss 4 2 2 2 Hideki Matsuyama 34-35—69 HPerez 2b 0 0 0 0 Rios rf 4 0 2 1 Andres Romero 35-34—69 Dirks lf 4 0 0 0 Dunn 1b 2 1 1 0 Charley Hoffman 34-35—69 Fielder 1b 4 0 0 0 Konerk dh 4 0 1 1 Roberto Castro 33-36—69 Mrtnz dh 4 1 1 1 Kppngr 2b 4 0 1 1 Gary Woodland 32-37—69 JhPerlt ss 4 0 1 0 Gillaspi 3b 3 1 1 0 Brad Fritsch 34-35—69 D.Kelly 3b 2 0 0 0 Viciedo lf 4 1 2 0 B.Pena c 3 1 1 1 C.Wells pr 0 0 0 0 Champions TOUR-Senior British RSantg 2b 3 0 0 0 Flowrs c 4 2 2 2 Open Scores Totals 32 4 5 4 Totals 33 7 12 7 Thursday At Royal Birkdale Golf Club Detroit 000 200 110 — 4 Southport, England Chicago 200 401 00x — 7 Purse: 2 million Yardage: 7,082; Par: 72 E_Tor.Hunter (3), A.Dunn (7). DP_Detroit First Round 1, Chicago 1. LOB_Detroit 4, Chicago 5. Gene Sauers (US) 34-33—67 2B_Gillaspie (10), Viciedo (14), Flowers Frankie Minoza (Philippines) 37-31—68 (12). HR_Tor.Hunter (10), V.Martinez (9), David Frost (South Africa) 33-35—68 B.Pena (3), Flowers (9). SB_Al.Ramirez Bernhard Langer (Germany) 35-33—68 (21). CS_A.Dunn (1). Peter Senior (Australia) 34-34—68 IP H R ER BB SO Gary Hallberg (US) 35-34—69 Detroit John Cook (US) 34-35—69 Verlander L 6 11 7 7 2 4 Corey Pavin (US) 33-36—69 E.Reed 2 1 0 0 1 0 Jeff Hart (US) 34-35—69 Chicago Peter Fowler (Australia) 33-36—69 Peavy W 7 4 4 4 2 7 Tom Pernice Jnr (US) 35-35—70 Lindstrom H 1 0 0 0 0 0 Mark McNulty (Ireland) 33-37—70 A.Reed S 1 1 0 0 1 2 Sandy Lyle (Scotland) 32-38—70 Peavy pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Greg Turner (New Zealand) 36-34—70 Umpires_Home, Jerry Meals; First, Bruce Mark Wiebe (US) 35-35—70 Dreckman; Second, Chris Conroy; Third, Steve Pate (US) 34-36—70 Gary Darling. Philip Walton (Ireland) 35-35—70 Massy Kuramoto (Japan) 36-34—70 Thursday’s Other Games Tom Kite (US) 33-37—70 N.Y. Yankees 2, Texas 0 Paul Wesselingh (England) 34-36—70 Toronto 4, Houston 0 Rocco Mediate (US) 35-35—70 Tampa Bay at Boston, ppd., rain Gary Wolstenholme (England) 34-36—70 Kansas City 7, Baltimore 1 John Inman (US) 34-37—71 L.A. Angels 8, Oakland 3 a-Chip Lutz (US) 35-36—71 Seattle 8, Minnesota 2 Russ Cochran (US) 33-38—71 Friday’s Games Jeff Sluman (US) 36-35—71 Philadelphia (Hamels 4-12) at Detroit (Fis- Katsuyoshi Tomori (Japan) 34-37—71 ter 8-5), 7:08 p.m. Chien Soon Lu (Taiwan) 36-35—71 Boston (Lackey 7-7) at Baltimore (Tillman 12-3), 7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Hellickson 9-3) at N.Y. Yankees (Sabathia 9-8), 7:05 p.m. Texas (M.Perez 3-3) at Cleveland (Kluber FOOTBALL 7-5), 7:05 p.m. National Football League Houston (Lyles 4-4) at Toronto (Dickey DETROIT LIONS_Released G Bill Nagy. 8-11), 7:07 p.m. Kansas City (Shields 4-7) at Chicago White ARIZONA CARDINALS_Agreed to terms with OT Eric Winston on a one-year contract Sox (Quintana 5-2), 8:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Williams 5-6) at Oakland (Colon and LB John Abraham on a two-year contract. Placed WR Ryan Swope on the 13-3), 10:05 p.m. Minnesota (Diamond 5-9) at Seattle reserve/retired list. ATLANTA FALCONS_Agreed to terms with (F.Hernandez 11-4), 10:10 p.m. QB Matt Ryan on a five-year contract Saturday’s Games Philadelphia (Cl.Lee 10-4) at Detroit (Scher- extension. CHICAGO BEARS_Announced the retirezer 14-1), 7:08 p.m. Tampa Bay (Archer 5-3) at N.Y. Yankees ment of DT Sedrick Ellis. Signed DL Jamaal Anderson to a one-year contract. (Nova 4-3), 1:05 p.m. Houston (Keuchel 4-5) at Toronto (Jo.John- DENVER BRONCOS_Signed DT Sylvester Williams to a four-year contract. son 1-6), 1:07 p.m. L.A. Angels (Richards 2-4) at Oakland GREEN BAY PACKERS_Signed DE Datone Jones and S Ryan McMahon. (Milone 8-8), 3:05 p.m. Minnesota (Deduno 6-4) at Seattle (Harang HOUSTON TEXANS_Placed RB Arian Foster, S Ed Reed and WR DeVier Posey on the 5-8), 4:10 p.m. Boston (Dempster 5-8) at Baltimore (Feld- PUP list. Placed LB Darryl Sharpton on the non-football injury list and TE Garrett man 2-1), 7:05 p.m. Texas (Darvish 9-4) at Cleveland (Masterson Graham on the non-football illness list. Activated LB Sam Montgomery and OT 11-7), 7:05 p.m. Kansas City (W.Davis 4-9) at Chicago White Brennan Williams. Signed CB Elbert Mack and NT Daniel Muir. Sox (Sale 6-9), 7:10 p.m. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS_Waived TE Weslye Sunday’s Games Philadelphia (Pettibone 5-4) at Detroit (Por- Saunders. Signed LB Daniel Adongo. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS_Waived TE Kyler cello 7-6), 1:08 p.m. Tampa Bay (M.Moore 14-3) at N.Y. Yankees Reed and S Chris Banjo. Signed K Adam Yates and WR Cole McKenzie. (P.Hughes 4-9), 1:05 p.m. Texas (Ogando 4-2) at Cleveland (U.Jimenez KANSAS CITY CHIEFS_Waived WR Mardy Gilyard. 7-5), 1:05 p.m. Houston (Cosart 1-0) at Toronto (Redmond MINNESOTA VIKINGS_Signed DT Sharrif Floyd, WR Cordarrelle Patterson and CB 1-1), 1:07 p.m. Boston (Lester 9-6) at Baltimore (Hammel Xavier Rhodes. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS_Re-signed 7-7), 1:35 p.m. Kansas City (B.Chen 4-0) at Chicago White OL Tyronne Green. Release OL Matt Stankiewitch. Sox (H.Santiago 3-6), 2:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Hanson 4-2) at Oakland NEW YORK GIANTS_Signed OL Justin Pugh and QB Ryan Nassib. (J.Parker 6-6), 4:05 p.m. Minnesota (Gibson 2-2) at Seattle OAKLAND RAIDERS_Signed DB DJ Hayden. (E.Ramirez 1-0), 4:10 p.m.


National League East Division W L Pct Atlanta 57 45 .559 Philadelphia 49 53 .480 Washington 49 53 .480 New York 45 53 .459 Miami 38 62 .380 Central Division W L Pct St. Louis 62 37 .626 Pittsburgh 60 40 .600 Cincinnati 59 44 .573 Chicago 45 55 .450 Milwaukee 42 59 .416 West Division W L Pct Los Angeles 53 48 .525 Arizona 53 49 .520 Colorado 49 54 .476 San Francisco 46 55 .455 San Diego 46 57 .447

GB — 8 8 10 18 GB — 2½ 5 17½ 21 GB — ½ 5 7 8

Thursday’s Games N.Y. Mets 7, Atlanta 4 Washington 9, Pittsburgh 7 San Diego 10, Milwaukee 8 Miami 5, Colorado 3 St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 1 Arizona 3, Chicago Cubs 1 Cincinnati 5, L.A. Dodgers 2 Friday’s Games N.Y. Mets (Mejia 0-0) at Washington (Zimmermann 12-5), 1:35 p.m., 1st game N.Y. Mets (Harvey 8-2) at Washington (Ohlendorf 2-0), 7:05 p.m., 2nd game Philadelphia (Hamels 4-12) at Detroit (Fister 8-5), 7:08 p.m. Pittsburgh (Locke 9-2) at Miami (H.Alvarez 0-1), 7:10 p.m. St. Louis (Wainwright 13-5) at Atlanta (Minor 9-5), 7:30 p.m.

Milwaukee (W.Peralta 7-9) at Colorado (Chatwood 6-3), 8:40 p.m. San Diego (Stults 8-8) at Arizona (Delgado 2-3), 9:40 p.m. Cincinnati (H.Bailey 5-9) at L.A. Dodgers (Kershaw 9-6), 10:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (E.Jackson 6-11) at San Francisco (M.Cain 6-6), 10:15 p.m. Saturday’s Games N.Y. Mets (Gee 7-7) at Washington (Haren 4-11), 3:05 p.m. St. Louis (J.Kelly 1-3) at Atlanta (Teheran 7-5), 3:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Cl.Lee 10-4) at Detroit (Scherzer 14-1), 7:08 p.m. Pittsburgh (Morton 2-2) at Miami (Koehler 2-5), 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee (Gorzelanny 1-4) at Colorado (Pomeranz 0-4), 8:10 p.m. San Diego (Cashner 6-5) at Arizona (Skaggs 2-2), 8:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Rusin 1-0) at San Francisco (Bumgarner 10-6), 9:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Arroyo 9-7) at L.A. Dodgers (Ryu 8-3), 9:10 p.m. Sunday’s Games Philadelphia (Pettibone 5-4) at Detroit (Porcello 7-6), 1:08 p.m. Pittsburgh (Cole 5-3) at Miami (Fernandez 6-5), 1:10 p.m. N.Y. Mets (C.Torres 1-1) at Washington (Jordan 0-3), 1:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs (T.Wood 6-7) at San Francisco (Lincecum 5-10), 4:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Cingrani 4-1) at L.A. Dodgers (Capuano 3-6), 4:10 p.m. Milwaukee (D.Hand 0-2) at Colorado (Chacin 9-5), 4:10 p.m. San Diego (T.Ross 1-4) at Arizona (Corbin 12-1), 4:10 p.m. St. Louis (S.Miller 10-6) at Atlanta (Medlen 6-10), 8:05 p.m.


Schwartz believes Lions have reasons to be optimistic in 2013 ALLEN PARK (AP) — The Detroit Lions, like all NFL teams, are fired up about their chances right now. Jim Schwartz said there’s a difference in Detroit. “We have tangible reasons to be optimistic,” the fifthyear coach said on the eve of his team’s first practice Friday. T h e L i o n s a re f a c i n g more pressure than usual to win because the pieces seem to be in place to have success after last year’s once-promising season closed with an eight-game losing streak and a 4-12 record. Schwartz said he fully expects the Lions to bounce back with Matthew Stafford, Calvin Johnson and Ndamukong Suh leading the way on a team counting on some newcomers and returning players coming off injuries. “I’m the most confident I’ve been in four years here as the head coach,” said Schwartz, who seems to be entering a win-or-else season with a 22-42 career record. “We’re confident in our players, we’re confident in our system. I like where this team is, and we’re looking forward to having a good training camp.” The Lions made a lot of moves in the of fseason, quickly signing running back Reggie Bush to replace Jahvid Best, who was released last week, and safety Glover Quinn to address a glaring need in the secondary. “A lot of people talk about Reggie Bush, and he’s going to be an impact player for us,” Schwartz said. “I think the one we’re equally excited about, that’s flown below the radar, is Glover Quin.” Detroit drafted defensive end Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah at No. 5 overall, took cornerback Darius Slay in the second round and offensive guard Larry Warford in the third to headline a rookie class that is expected to do more than stand and watch from the sideline. “They weren’t drafted to find their way or redshirt or things like that,” Schwartz said. “They were drafted with very specific purpose in mind.” Lions veterans reported to team headquarters on Thursday for a physical

and a conditioning test. Schwartz expected positive results, including from banged-up players such as safety Louis Delmas, who he doesn’t anticipate putting on the physically unable to perform list. “There might be some guys that might be shortter m PUP, but unlike in some other past years, I don’t anticipate anyone being a long-term PUP where we are waiting for weeks,” Schwartz said. The Lions were waiting for years — 11, in fact — to make the playoffs before breaking through with a 10-win season in 2011. T h e y we r e n’ t a bl e t o build off that accomplishment and celebrate a year ago. Several players were arrested during the offseason and one, Titus Young, punched a teammate, Louis Delmas, when he wasn’t looking in one of the receiver’s decisions that led to his release. The Lions didn’t come out of this offseason unblemished — linebacker Ronnell Lewis and safety Amari Spievey had brushes with the law — but overall they had fewer off-the-field problems. Schwartz said it was more of a “distraction free” offseason. “The players have been able to focus more on football over the last six months, and that’s been beneficial for them,” he said. The Lions will have some closely contested competitions at some positions, especially at right guard and tackle, to replace Stephen Peter man, who was cut, and Gosder Cherilus, who wasn’t re-signed. They took one player out of the mix, releasing guard Bill Nagy. Detroit acquired Nagy off waivers Aug. 16, 2002, from the Dallas Cowboys and put on injured reserve later that month. Perhaps the No. 1 reason Schwartz expects a lot from this season’s team is he can envision the defensive line being more like it was in 2011, and less like the lackluster unit the Lions had last season. Suh will lead the deep unit which includes defensive tackles Nick Fairley and C.J. Mosley along with defensive ends Ansah, Jason Jones, Israel Idonije and Willie Young. “I think we have the potential to be just as effective, if not more,” he said.

College Football

Dantonio gives assistants freedom CHICAGO (AP) — Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio said Jim Tressel never overruled him while he was the defensive coordinator at Ohio State, and it’s important to him to give the same freedom to his coaches with the Spartans. The way Tressel treated his assistants is something that sticks with Dantonio to this day. “I try to do a lot of things l i ke T re s s i n t e r m s o f

how you treat people and things of that nature,” Dantonio said. “Again, I go back, you know what are my goals for our assistant coaches? It’s those relationships. It’s launching a career. Their graduation is when we go (to) a BCS game or a Rose Bowl or January 1 game or a championship game. “T hat’s their g raduation, and then I help them launch their career.”

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There have been more than 330 bobblehead dolls given away in the major leagues since 2010. Perhaps the most bizarre was Cleveland’s giveaway for Victor Martinez. Martinez was traded the day before his event, but the Indians gave out the bobbleheads anyway. If you come across a Jason Tyner Tampa Bay bobblehead in your attic, hold onto it. His dolls were scheduled to be handed out in June of 2002, but Tyner was demoted to the minors about a week beforehand, so they were never distributed.The few that are known to exist are hot items in the sports collectibles market. Here’s a sports trivia question you probably never even paused to consider? As of 2013, who was the world’s heaviest competitive athlete? The answer, according to Guinness World Records, was sumo wrestler Emmanuel Yarborough, a 47-yearold, 6’8” former offensive tackle for Morgan State who tipped the scales at – wait for it – a whopping 704 pounds. As NFL training camps open for the 2013 campaign, let’s pause to remember Jack Butler, a Hall-of-Fame defensive back for Pittsburgh in the 1950s who made an even greater mark off the field. In 1963, Butler was hired to head BLESTO, then a small scouting combine. Originally formed as the Bears, Lions, Eagles, Steelers Talent Organization (thus the name), BLESTO went on to include most NFL teams. Butler led BLESTO for a remarkable 45 years, passing away in May of 2013.

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Monday, 14, 2013 • 2011 • Friday,June July 26,

horoscopes For Monday, July 29 Happy Birthday! Domestic bliss sets the stage for a fun year. Explore the wide world through studies or travel. Your credit rating is rising, and work could stay busy. Balance stress with practices for energy, vitality and relaxation. Forgiveness provides peace. Improve your home without incurring debt. Flavor liberally with love.

For Better or for Worse

Lynn Johnson

Aries (March 21-April 19) — Today is a 9 — The air stirs romance. A new assignment brings in more revenue. Profit from your creativity. You’re under scrutiny. Put all your ducks in a row, respectfully. Enjoy the party. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Today is a 9 — Entering a two-day innovation phase. You’ll have to listen outside of your cubicle to discover value of others. Take a new route to avoid a traffic jam. Count blessings.

Frank & Ernest


Bob Thaves

Jim Davis

Gemini (May 21-June 20) — Today is a 7 — You’re under pressure regarding deadlines. It’s a good time for love and money. A conflict of interests agitates. Keep telling the truth. Consider your next step, with home and family in mind. Cancer (June 21-July 22) — Today is an 8 — Increase your productivity this week. Practical plans are best for now. Today and tomorrow get social and fun. You’re pretty cute. Be generous with compassion, and scrimp on frivolities. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is an 8 — The next two days bring lots of career movement. Get ready to rumble. Add to your holdings. Note the emotional flows at work. Indulge your feminine side. You’re irresistible now.

Pearls Before Swine

Stephan Pastis

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is a 9 — Examine your priorities, considering commitments. You may find new expenses. Choose private over public interactions to increase your comfort level. Make a change at home.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is an 8 — It’s a good time for reinvention. Consider an investment in your own education, and continue to increase your network. Work from home. Don’t be impulsive; think before you act. Consider your passions. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is a 9 — A partner’s opinion is important. A caring soul with expert advice helps you with a big decision. A short walk around the neighborhood clears your mind. Objectivity helps. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Today is a 9 — Get something you’ve always wanted. Work out the details. Don’t go into debt. Hear other opinions. Get persuaded. The details are important, so get involved. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Today is an 8 — You can start enjoying yourself. Heed your partner’s advice. The situation becomes unstable (but fun). Ask for help. Use your connections. Finish an old project. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Today is a 7 — Consider your own values, and provide motivation. Don’t let others spend your money. Draw upon hidden resources. Inspire your friends to action. Energize your home base for an amazing success. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is an 8 — You’ll find it easier to concentrate. Let ideas percolate. Provide for your loved ones first. Gather goodies. You’re winning admiration. Record your memories.


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.


Baby Blues

Jim Borgman or Jerry Scott

Rick Kirkman & Jerry Scott

bonus puzzle

Dog Eat Doug

Brian Anderson

See Sudoku solutions, next page.

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Monday, June 14, 2011 •

bonus puzzle

Sudoku solutions for puzzles on previous page.

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Mad Money Stroumboulopoulos (:20)Tosh.O (:50)Colbert NY Stand-Up Movie Cops Cops 20 Most Shocking "Dumb Dudes" King of Queens That '70s Show Rules of Engage. That '70s Show Warlocks Rising "The Hard Life" Warlocks Rising Good Luck ... Jessie Jessie Jessie Rescue Reno Rescue Reno Vanilla Ice Vanilla Ice Pop Innovators "" Chelsea Lately E! News SportsCenter SportsCenter Around the Horn Interruption Tennis Bank of the West Classic WTA Spell-Mageddon The 700 Club Diagnosis "Bonnie and Shannon" Monsters Inside Me "Stowaways" Monsters Inside Me Inside Me "My Face-Eating Parasite" Monsters Inside Me Monsters Inside Me Gotta Eat Here Gotta Eat Here Restaurant Takeover Diners, Drive-Ins Diners, Drive-Ins Gotta Eat Here Gotta Eat Here 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 Tigers Live Pre-game Live Baseball Philadelphia Phillies vs. Detroit Tigers MLB Site: Comerica Park -- Detroit, Mich. Live Tigers Live Post-game Live UFC's Road to the Octagon (5:30)< "X-Men: The Last Stand" +++ (‘06) Patrick Stewart. The Bridge "Pilot" < "Iron Man" +++ (2008,Action) Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Bridges, Robert Downey Jr.. Family Feud Family Feud Minute to Win It Chain Reaction Chain Reaction Chain Reaction Chain Reaction Minute to Win It Family Feud Family Feud Little House Prairie "A Wiser Heart" Little House "Gambini the Great" Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier < "Hope Floats" +++ (‘98) Harry Connick Jr., Sandra Bullock. House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters You Live in What? Cool Pools House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Hatfields & McCoys Hatfields & McCoys Hatfields & McCoys Hoarders "June/ Doug" Hoarders "Kathleen/ Margree" Hoarders "Al/ Julie" Hoarders "Wilma/ Nora" Hoarders "Augustine" America's Psychic Challenge PoliticsNation Hardball With Chris Matthews All in With Chris Hayes The Rachel Maddow Show MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness < "8 Mile" ++ (2002,Drama) Kim Basinger, Brittany Murphy, Eminem. (5:00)The Situation Room

The Kudlow Report J. Crew OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 (:25)Daily Show (:55)Tosh.O (:25)Tosh.O World's Dumbest... Impractical Impractical Seinfeld Rules of Engage. iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party Warlocks Rising "Biker Justice" Warlocks Rising Good Luck ... Dog With a Blog A.N.T. Farm Jessie Rescue Reno Rescue Reno Holmes Inspect "A Load of Trouble" E! News Co-ed Nightmares Audibles Greatest Coaches Greatest Coaches Tennis BB&T Classic ATP Site: Atlantic Station -- Atlanta, Ga. Live < "The Pacifier" +++ (‘05,Com) Lauren Graham, Faith Ford, Vin Diesel.

Brain Games Finding Atlantis The Crossover MLS 36 MLS Insider NICK Sanjay and Craig Sanjay and Craig Ninja Turtles Ninja Turtles OXY < "Employee of the Month" ++ (‘06) Jessica Simpson, Dax Shepard. NG

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Cold Case "One Night"

Ultimate Factories "Peterbilt" Piers Morgan Live (:55)Drunk History (:25)South Park Impractical Impractical

American Greed "The Black Widows" Anderson Cooper Special Report South Park Tosh.O Impractical Impractical Cops Seinfeld Warlocks Rising To Be Announced FishHooks/Ferb (:40)Gravity Falls (:05)Dog Blog Good Luck ... Vanilla Ice Vanilla Ice Vanilla Ice Vanilla Ice Fashion Police Fashion Police Greatest Coaches Greatest Coaches Baseball Tonight Live Boxing Friday Night Fights -- Lincoln, Calif. Live < "Happy Gilmore" ++ (‘96) Christopher McDonald, Adam Sandler.

Cradle of the Gods Brain Games "Pay Attention!" Beach Volleyball Ninja Turtles Ninja Turtles Full House Full House < "John Tucker Must Die" ++ (‘06) Ashanti, Jesse Metcalf.

Brain Games Brain Games Brain Games "Pay Attention!" Volleyball FIVB The Nanny The Nanny Friends Friends < "Employee of the Month" ++ (‘06) Jessica Simpson, Dax Shepard.

Cold Case "Superstar"

Cold Case "Wilkommen" Cold Case "Beautiful Little Fool" Cold Case Cold Case "The Hen House" WWE Smackdown! Continuum "Second Listen" Joe Rogan "Bigfoot Human Hybrid" Veronica Mars "M.A.D." General Hospital Days of Our Lives General Hospital Days of Our Lives General Hospital King of the Curve Speed Center Auto Racing Brickyard Grand Prix Grand-Am Site: Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- Indianapolis, Ind. Pinks! All Out "Bristol" Ink Master "Baby Got Back" Ink Master "Thrills for Grills" Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters Jeff Dunham: Minding the Monsters King of Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy We There Yet? We There Yet? < "Due Date" ++ (‘10) Robert Downey Jr., Zach Galifianakis. < "No Way Out" +++ (‘50) Linda Darnell, Richard Widmark. < "Day for Night" ++++ (‘73) Jean-Pierre Aumont, Jacqueline Bisset. < "The Last Metro" ++ (‘80) Gérard Dépardieu, Catherine Deneuve.

SYFY (5:00)< "Batman and Robin" ++ (‘97) Chris O'Donnell, George Clooney. SOAP SPEED SPIKE TBS TCM TLC TMC

Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress (5:45)< "W." +++ (‘08,Bio) Josh Brolin, Colin Hanks, Elizabeth Banks.

Castle "Almost Famous" Castle "Murder Most Fowl" Regular Show Regular Show Teen Titans Go! TRAV Bizarre Foods "Tanzania" Man v. Food Man v. Food TVL M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H USA Law & Order: S.V.U. "Torch" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Ace" VH1 (5:30)< "ATL" ++ (2006,Comedy) Evan Ross, Lauren London, T.I.. TNT

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< "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" (‘11) Emily Blunt, Ewan McGregor. < "50/ 50" ++++ (‘11) Joseph Gordon-Levitt. 72 Hours "The Rockies" < "Shooter" +++ (2006,Action) Michael Peña, Danny Glover, Mark Wahlberg. Cartoon Planet King of the Hill King of the Hill Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Friends Friends Friends Friends Law & Order: S.V.U. "Wannabe" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Shattered" < "Two Can Play That Game" + (‘01) Morris Chestnut, Vivica A Fox.

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Gator Boys "Warrior Gator" Gator Boys "Scared Snakeless" Gator Boys "Gatorzilla" Gator Boys "Gator Smackdown" Gator Boys "Deathgrip" Gator Boys "Love at First Bite" Top Chef Masters Million Dollar List "Harlem Shake" Million Dollar Listing New York The Real Housewives The Real Housewives "Crossroads" Housewives/NewJersey 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 CNN Newsroom Your Money CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Top 20 Most Shocking World's Dumbest... World's Dumbest... Top 20 Funniest "Worst Days Ever" Top 20 Funniest Top 20 Funniest "Wrong Turns" Live Life & Win! Hollywood Hollywood < "Best Men" ++ ('97,Com) Andy Dick, Drew Barrymore, Dean Cain. < "You've Got Mail" ++ (1998,Romance) Tom Hanks, Greg Kinnear, Meg Ryan. Warlocks Rising Street Outlaws "Racer's Revenge" Street Outlaws "Last Car Standing" Fast N' Loud Fast N' Loud Fast N' Loud Good Luck ... "Special Delivery" Good Luck ... Jessie Jessie Jessie A.N.T. Farm Dog With a Blog Jessie Shake It Up Good Luck ... Good Luck ... NASCAR Countdown Live Auto Racing Brickyard 400 NASCAR Site: Indianapolis Motor Speedway -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live SportsCenter Golf Senior Open Championship CHAMPS -- Lancashire, England Live SportsCenter Tennis BB&T Classic ATP Site: Atlantic Station -- Atlanta, Ga. Live Tennis Bank of the West Classic WTA (9:30)< "Harry Potter & the Gob... < "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" +++ ('07) Rupert Grint, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe. < "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" +++ ('09) Tigers Live Pre-game Live Baseball Philadelphia Phillies vs. Detroit Tigers MLB Site: Comerica Park -- Detroit, Mich. Live Tigers Live Post-game Live West Coast Customs America's News HQ Fox News Journal Edit. Fox News Watch America's News HQ Movie < "Spider-Man 2" ++ (2004,Action) Kirsten Dunst, James Franco, Tobey Maguire. < "The Incredible Hulk" +++ (2008,Action) Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, Edward Norton. < "Second Chances" (2013) Greg Vaughan, Alison Sweeney. < "The Nanny Express" +++ ('08) Brennan Elliott, Vanessa Marcil. < "Meet My Mom" ++ ('10) Johnny Messner, Lori Loughlin. 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SanjayCraig SanjayCraig SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob (11:00)< "An American Werewol... < "War Wolves" +++ ('09) John Saxon, Michael Worth. < "Thor: Hammer of the Gods" + ('09) Zachery Ty Bryan. < "Red: Werewolf Hunter" ('10) Veronica Mars "Meet John Smith" Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls "So...Good Talk" Gilmore Girls "Pulp Friction" One Tree Hill One Tree Hill My Classic Car My Classic Car My Classic Car My Classic Car Supercross Site: Georgia Dome -- Atlanta, Ga. Victory Lane Live Test Drive Bar Rescue "Owner Ousted" Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue Bar Rescue "Bar Fight" Bar Rescue "Chumps" (11:30)< "Race to Witch Mountain" ++ ('09) Baseball Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles MLB Site: Camden Yards -- Baltimore, Md. Live < "The Love Guru" ++ ('08) Mike Myers. Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Law & Order "Venom" Movie < "Rush Hour 3" ++ ('07) Jackie Chan, Roman Polanski, Chris Tucker. < "Lethal Weapon 4" +++ (1998,Action) Danny Glover, Chris Rock, Mel Gibson. Bizarre Foods America Bizarre Foods "The Blues Trail" Anthony Bourdain "Lisbon" Anthony Bourdain Food Paradise Food Paradise Covert Affairs "Dig For Fire" < "The Adjustment Bureau" +++ ('11) Emily Blunt, Florence Kastriner, Matt Damon. < "The Bourne Ultimatum" +++ ('07,Act) Matt Damon, David Strathaim, Julia Stiles. (11:00)< "White Chicks" ++ ('04) Saturday Night Live Saturday Night Live Miss U Much Miss U Much Couples Therapy Love and Hip-Hop "Boriqua" (11:30)< "The Cheshire Murders" (2013,Docu-Drama) Real Time With Bill Maher (:45)Making of < "The Bourne Legacy" +++ ('12) Rachel Weisz, Jeremy Renner. < "Cowboys and Aliens" ('11) (:05)< "J. Edgar" (2011,Crime Story) Josh Hamilton, Geoffrey Pierson, Leonardo DiCaprio. True Blood "Don't You Feel Me" Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel Boxing Movie (:45)< "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer" ++ ('98) (:15)< "Contagion" +++ ('11) Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Matt Damon. < "Extreme Prejudice" ++ ('87) Nick Nolte. (9:00)Boxing 60 Minutes Sports < "The Three Musketeers" ('11) Matthew Macfadyen, Logan Lerman. < "I Don't Know How She Does It" ('11) < "The Twilight Saga: Breakin...




Antiques Rd. "Vintage Hartford" Through Time Jammin' Hippie Help on the Homefront Moyers and Company Austin City Limits Globe Trekker "Scotland" 7&4 News NBC News Wheel of Paid Program American Ninja Warrior Crossing Lines Do No Harm "Six Feet Deep" 7&4 News at 11 Sat. Night Live 9 and 10 News Evening News Paid Program Paid Program 48 Hours Mystery (:20)9 and 10 News at 11 p.m. < "The Longest Yard" ++ ('05) Chris Rock, Adam Sandler. Paid Program ABC News The Closer Zero Hour "Hands" Law & Order < "Norbit" ++ (2007,Comedy) Thandie Newton, Eddie Murphy. To Be Announced TMZ UFC on FOX "Johnson vs. Moraga" Live 30 Rock 30 Rock AxeCop (P) AxeCop/School (4:30)< "Two Mules for Sister S... < "High Plains Drifter" +++ ('73,Western) Verna Bloom, Marianna Hill, Clint Eastwood. < "Heartbreak Ridge" +++ (1986,War) Marsha Mason, Everett McGill, Clint Eastwood. The Haunting of "Regis Philbin" The Haunting of Am. Haunting "McGlones" (P) American Haunting "Rudis" American Haunting "Schumans" The Haunting of To Be Announced America's Cutest Dog America's Cutest Cat Too Cute! "Fluffiest Kittens" Too Cute! "Fuzzy Polar Puppies" Too Cute! "Fluffiest Kittens" Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar "Lord Have Mercer!" Million Dollar Listing New York Paid Program Paid Program CNBC Titans "Hugh Hefner" American Greed: Scam The Suze Orman Show Debt Do Us Part Debt Do Us Part American Greed: Scam The Situation Room CNN Newsroom Anderson Cooper Special Report Anthony Bourdain Anthony Bourdain Stroumboulopoulos Wipeout Wipeout Hardcore Pawn Hardcore Pawn Hardcore Pawn Hardcore Pawn Hardcore Pawn Hardcore Pawn Top 20 Most Shocking Cheaters Cops Cops That '70s Show That '70s Show The Border "Going Dark" < "Intersection" + ('94) Richard Gere, Sharon Stone. Warlocks Rising To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Austin and Ally Good Luck ... A.N.T. Farm Jessie (:45)Fish Hooks Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Good Luck ... Good Luck ... < "Teen Beach Movie" ('13) Ross Lynch. (4:30)Racing Indiana 250 NASCAR Auto Racing Sonoma Nationals Qualifing NHRA -- Sonoma, Calif. Baseball Tonight Live SportsCenter SportsCenter Soccer Los Angeles Galaxy vs. Colorado Rapids MLS Live Top Ten SportsNation Tennis Bank of the West Classic WTA -- Palo Alto, Calif. Live (4:30)< "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" < "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" +++ (2009,Adventure) Michael Gambon, Bonnie Wright, Daniel Radcliffe. < "Pirates of the Caribbean: T... America's News HQ FOX Report Saturday Huckabee Justice With Judge Jeanine Geraldo at Large Journal Edit. Fox News Watch Tigers Live Pre-game Live Baseball Philadelphia Phillies vs. Detroit Tigers MLB Site: Comerica Park -- Detroit, Mich. Live Tigers Live Post-game Live Tigers Weekly Tigers Weekly (5:00)Mixed Martial Arts Preliminaries UFC -- Seattle, Wash. Live < "X-Men: The Last Stand" +++ ('06) Famke Jansen, Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart. < "Ghost Rider" ++ ('07) Nicolas Cage. Cedar Cove "Pilot" Cedar Cove "A House Divided" Cedar Cove "A House Divided" < "Second Chances" (2013) Greg Vaughan, Alison Sweeney. House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Love It or List It "Artists' Abode" Love It or List It "Home Harmony" House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Hatfields & McCoys Pt. 3 of 3 Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Pawn Stars < "The Nightmare Nanny" ('13) Kip Pardue, Ashley Scott. < "Hidden Away" ('13) Sean Patrick Flanery, Elisabeth Rohm. < "Ticket Out" ('10) Alexandra Breckenridge, Colin Ford, Ray Liotta. MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Ridiculousness Guy Code Guy Code Guy Code MTV Special < "Boyz 'N the Hood" ++++ ('91) Laurence Fishburne. Locked Up Abroad Wicked Tuna Wicked Tuna "Meltdown" Wicked Tuna "Captain Carnage" Ultimate Survival "Vertical Hell" Wicked Tuna "Captain Carnage" Lucas Oil Motorsport Hour MLS 36 MLS 36 Soccer Chicago Fire vs. Houston Dynamo MLS -- Houston, Texas Live Auto Racing Hungarian Grand Prix F1 SpongeBob SquarePants Sam & Cat Haunted Hath Big Time "Big Time Awards Show" See Dad Run The Nanny Friends Friends Sinbad "Homecoming" Sinbad "Kuji" Primeval: New World "Truth" < "Collision Earth" ('12) Diane Farr, Chad Krowchuk, Kirk Acevedo. < "Meteor Storm" + ('10) Gilmore Girls "Pulp Friction" General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital General Hospital Monster Jam "Jacksonville" Lucas Oil Edge Speed Live Car Warriors "GM Truck" Car Warriors "Challenger" Test Drive Auto Racing Brickyard Grand Prix Grand-Am King of Queens King of Queens Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Big Bang Theory Sullivan and Son Deal With It Toddlers & Tiaras Real Life "Day of Reckoning" Real Life "Written in Blood" Real Life "The Inside Man" Dateline: Real Life Mysteries Real Life "Written in Blood" (5:30)< "Mission: Impossible III" ++ ('06) Tom Cruise. 72 Hours "The Rockies" < "Gladiator" +++ (2000,Epic) Joaquin Phoenix, Connie Nielsen, Russell Crowe. Food Paradise Mysteries at the Museum Monumental Mysteries Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Ghost Adventures Movie Covert Affairs "Dig For Fire" < "The Bourne Ultimatum" +++ ('07,Act) Matt Damon, David Strathaim, Julia Stiles. < "The Adjustment Bureau" +++ ('11) Emily Blunt, Matt Damon. Love and Hip-Hop "Up in Flames" Love and Hip-Hop "Boriqua" 40 Hip Hip - '90s "Hour 1" 40 Hip Hip - '90s "Hour 2" VH1 Rock Docs (:15)< "Savages" ++ ('12) < "I, Robot" ++ ('04) Bridget Moynahan, Alan Tudyk, Will Smith. < "Savages" ++ ('12,Cri) Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively, Aaron Johnson. (:15)The Newsroom ++++ (3:35)< "Pitch Perfect" ('12) Anna Kendrick. (:45)Making of Veep Vice Eastbound Eastbound Boardwalk Empire Game of Thrones "The Climb" (5:00)< "Million Dollar Baby" ('04) (:15)< "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" ++++ ('11) James Franco. Banshee (:45)Max Cut (:20)Banshee "Always the Cowboy" < "Freeloaders" ('11) Boxing Showtime Championship < "Gangs of New York" +++ (2002,Drama) Daniel Day-Lewis, Cameron Diaz, Leonardo DiCaprio.




Out of Doors Wilderness Jour. Motorweek AutoLine Victory Garden WoodsmithShop This Old House Martha Bakes Test Kitchen Expeditions Mexico/Plate LazyTown NoodleDoodle Paid Program Paid Program Octane Academy Motocross AMA Live Beach Volleyball World Series Live First Paid Program Paid Program Criminal Minds Off-Road Racing Pro4 and Pro2 Golf Canadian Open PGA Site: Glen Abbey Golf Club -- Oakville, Ont. Live Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program Dog Tales Basketball All-Star Game WNBA Site: Mohegan Sun Arena -- Uncasville, Conn. Live Paid Program Paid Program Cold Case MLB Player Poll Baseball MLB Live (11:30)Rawhide Rawhide Rawhide < "Joe Kidd" ++ ('72) Robert Duvall, John Saxon, Clint Eastwood. < "Two Mules for Sister Sara" +++ ('70) Flipping San Diego "Critter House" Paranormal Paranormal State Paranormal My Ghost Story My Ghost Story The Haunting of "Barry Bostwick" To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York Million Dollar Listing New York 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 CNN Newsroom Your Money The Next List CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Sanjay Gupta CNN Newsroom Top 20 Most Shocking Storage Hunters Storage Hunters Ky. Bidders Ky. Bidders Lizard Licking Lizard Licking Wipeout Wipeout Chatroom On the Spot Star Wars: Clone Star Wars: Clone House of Payne House of Payne The Browns The Browns < "Evelyn" +++ ('02) Frank Kelly, Sophie Vavasseur, Pierce Brosnan. Airplane Repo "Spies in the Night" Airplane Repo Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch "Man Overboard" Warlocks Rising Jessie A.N.T. Farm "chANTS of a lifetime" A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Austin and Ally Austin and Ally Austin and Ally Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Good Luck ... Dog With a Blog Bowling U.S. Open PBA -- Columbus, Ohio Live Auto Racing Crown Royal 400 NASCAR -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live Countdown Live Auto Racing Indiana 250 NASCAR Live Golf Senior Open Championship CHAMPS -- Lancashire, England Live Lacrosse Chesapeake Bayhawks vs. Denver Outlaws MLL Live Tennis BB&T Classic ATP Site: Atlantic Station -- Atlanta, Ga. Live (9:30)< "Harry Potter & the Phil... < "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" +++ (2005,Adventure) Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe. < "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix" (11:30)West Coa Courtside Jones Poker Bay 101 Shooting Star WPT Poker Venice Grand Prix WPT The Game 365 Halls of Fame Tigers Weekly Tigers Weekly Tigers Weekly Tigers Weekly America's News HQ America's News HQ Journal Edit. Fox News Watch Stossel America's News HQ (11:30)< "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" ++ ('08) Ron Perlman. MMA Preliminaries UFC Live < "Iron Man" +++ (2008,Action) Gwyneth Paltrow, Jeff Bridges, Robert Downey Jr.. < "Flicka" ++ ('06,Family) Maria Bello, Alison Lohman, Tim McGraw. < "Be My Valentine" ('13) Natalie Brown, William Baldwin. < "Hope Floats" +++ ('98) Harry Connick Jr., Sandra Bullock. Kitchen Crashers Kitchen Crashers Love It or List It "Better for Baby" Income Property Income Property Income Property Income Property Only in America Only in America Hatfields & McCoys Hatfields & McCoys Catering Wars Catering Wars < "A Mother's Nightmare" ('12) Jessica Lowndes, Annabeth Gish. < "The Preacher's Daughter" ('12) Lew Temple, Andrea Bowen. Weekends With Alex Witt MSNBC News Live MSNBC News Live Disrupt With Karen Finney The Ed Show (11:30)Catfish 10 on Top Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Ridiculousness Locked Up Abroad Locked Up Abroad "Spain" Locked Up Abroad "Panama" Locked Up Abroad Locked Up Abroad Locked Up Abroad (11:30)To Be Announced Beach Volleyball Live Motocr. Spring Creek National AMA Horse Racing SanjayCraig SpongeBob P.R. Megaforce SpongeBob Odd Parents Odd Parents Odd Parents Odd Parents Haunted Hath Haunted Hath Sam & Cat Sam & Cat < "Earth's Final Hours" ('11) Julia Benson, Hamza Adam. < "Metal Tornado" ('11) Nicole De Boer, Lou Diamond Phillips. < "Super Cyclone" ('12) Nicholas Turturro, Ming-Na Wen. Beverly Hills 90210 Veronica Mars "Pilot" Veronica Mars Veronica Mars "Meet John Smith" Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls "So...Good Talk" Auto Racing Indiana 250 NASCAR -- Indianapolis, Ind. Live Supercross Site: Cowboys Stadium -- Arlington, Texas Drag Boats "15 Wildest Wrecks" Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops Cops < "Rambo" ++ ('08) Julie Benz, Matthew Marsden, Sylvester Stallone. < "Man on Fire" +++ ('04) (11:00)< "The Mexican" ++ ('01) < "Ocean's Eleven" +++ (2001,Crime Story) Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, George Clooney. Loves Ray Friends Friends Friends Friends Four Houses Toddlers & Tiaras Toddlers & Tiaras Toddlers & Tiaras Toddlers & Tiaras Toddlers & Tiaras Law & Order "Blood" Movie < "Spider-Man" ++ (2002,Action) Willem Dafoe, Kirsten Dunst, Tobey Maguire. < "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" ++ ('01) Jon Voight, Angelina Jolie. Man v. Food Man v. Food Fandemonium Fandemonium BBQ Crawl BBQ Crawl Food Paradise Food Paradise Food Paradise Graceland "Pizza Box" (:50)< "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" ++ ('08) Harrison Ford. < "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" ++++ ('89) Sean Connery, Harrison Ford. La La's Full < "ATL" ++ (2006,Comedy) Evan Ross, Lauren London, T.I.. < "Two Can Play That Game" + ('01) Morris Chestnut, Vivica A Fox. Hollywood Exes HBO First Look /(:15)< "The Crash Reel" ('13) Mason Aguirre. (:45)< "Battleship" ++ (2012,Sci-Fi) Alexander Skarsgard, Rhianna, Taylor Kitsch. < "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days" ('12) Movie (:40)The Newsroom (:40)< "Trouble With the Curve" ('12) Amy Adams, Clint Eastwood. Boxing /(:35)< "Pitch Perfect" ++++ ('12) Brittany Snow, Rebel Wilson, Anna Kendrick. (:05)< "Two Weeks Notice" ++ ('02) (:50)< "Taxi" ++ ('04) Jimmy Fallon, Henry Simmons, Queen Latifah. < "Let's Go to Prison" + ('06) Will Arnett. < "Million Dollar Baby" ('04) Web Therapy Ray Donovan "Black Cadillac" < "Liberal Arts" ('12) Elizabeth Olsen, Josh Radnor. (:15)< "Gone" ('11,Thriller) Lochlyn Munro, Susan Hogan, Molly Parker. Dexter "Scar Tissue"













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Under the Radar Second Opinion The Lawrence Welk Show David Phelps Classic Masterpiece Mystery! "Endeavour: Home" Call the Midwife Lines 7&4 News NBC News America's Got Talent "First Live Show" Law & Order: SVU "Brief Interlude" Crossing Lines "The Animals" 7&4 News at 11 Leverage 9 and 10 News CBS Even. News 60 Minutes Big Brother Unforgettable "Bigtime" (SP) The Mentalist 9 and 10 News (:35)BigBang Paid Program ABC News America's Funniest Home Videos Celebrity Wife Swap (SF) Whodunnit? Castle "Recoil" The Closer To Be Announced American Dad The Simpsons The Simpsons Bob's Burgers Family Guy Family Guy Mark T Barclay Jack Van Impe Private Practice (4:30)< "Titanic" +++ (1997,Drama) Kate Winslet, Billy Zane, Leonardo DiCaprio. The Killing "Six Minutes" The Killing "Six Minutes" The Killing "Six Minutes" Movie Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Storage Wars Gator Boys "Gator Boy Knockout" Gator Boys "Mississippi or Bust" Extreme Catches Extreme Catches Call of Wildman Call of Wildman Gator Boys "Alligator Rampage" Call of Wildman Call of Wildman Housewives/NewJersey Housewives/NewJersey Housewives NJ "On Thin Giud-Ice" Princesses: Long Island Housewives NJ "On Thin Giud-Ice" WatchWhat Housewives NJ Paid Program Paid Program Princess On the Money 60 Minutes "Renegades" Code Wars American Greed "The Lady Killer" 60 Minutes "Renegades" CNN Newsroom CNN Newsroom Anthony Bourdain Anthony Bourdain Inside Man Anthony Bourdain Impractical Impractical Impractical Impractical Storage Hunters Storage Hunters Storage Hunters Container Wars Container Wars Container Wars 20 Most Shocking "Goin' Ballistic" We There Yet? We There Yet? King of Queens King of Queens < "Identity" +++ ('03,Thril) Ray Liotta, Amanda Peet, John Cusack. Seinfeld Seinfeld Rules of Engage. Rules of Engage. Fast N' Loud Naked and Afraid Naked and Afraid Naked and Afraid: Uncensored Naked and Afraid Naked and Afraid: Uncensored Austin and Ally A.N.T. Farm Jessie Good Luck ... Dog With a Blog Austin and Ally Shake It Up Jessie Good Luck ... Good Luck ... Jessie Jessie SportsCenter Baseball Tonight Live Baseball St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Braves MLB Site: Turner Field -- Atlanta, Ga. Live SportsCenter (5:00)Tennis Bank of the West Cl. Fitness CrossFit Games Live Drag Racing Sonoma Nationals NHRA -- Sonoma, Calif. Fitness CrossFit Games (4:00)< "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince" < "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" ++++ (2010,Adventure) Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Daniel Radcliffe. The Vineyard Fox News FOX Report Sunday Huckabee To Be Announced Stossel Huckabee Bull Riding Championship Poker Venice Grand Prix WPT Poker Venice Grand Prix WPT UFC Unleashed Poker Venice Grand Prix WPT Poker Venice Grand Prix WPT (5:30)< "X-Men: The Last Stand" +++ ('06) Patrick Stewart. < "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" ++ ('09) Liev Schreiber, Danny Huston, Hugh Jackman. < "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" ++ ('09) Cedar Cove "A House Divided" Frasier Frasier < "I Married Who?" ('12) Ethan Erickson, Kellie Martin. < "Second Chances" (2013) Greg Vaughan, Alison Sweeney. House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Beyond Spelling Manor Love It/ List It "Outdoor Living" Brother vs. "Weekend Warriors" House Hunters House Hunters Mountain Men Mountain Men "Bloody Sunday" Mountain Men Mountain Men Ice Road Truckers "Art of War" God, Guns, Auto God, Guns, Auto (5:00)< "Murder on the 13th Fl... < "Obsessed" ++ ('09,Thriller) Idris Elba, Ali Larter, Beyoncé Knowles. Drop Dead Diva "Fool for Love" Devious Maids "Walking the Dog" < "Obsessed" ++ ('09) MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary MSNBC Documentary True Life Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Catfish < "She's the Man" +++ ('06,Rom) Channing Tatum, Laura Ramsey, Amanda Bynes. Manhattan Mob Rampage Bloods and Crips: L.A. Gangs Miami Drug Cartel Inside the American Mob Inside the American Mob Inside the American Mob Off Road Racing Desafio Ruta Poker After Dark Poker After Dark Poker After Dark Auto Racing Hungarian Grand Prix F1 -- Budapest, Hungary Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Sam & Cat Haunted Hath See Dad Run WendellVinn Friends < "Gremlins" ++ (1984,Comedy) Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton, Zach Galligan. (5:00)< "Red: Werewolf Hunter" < "Underworld: Evolution" ++ ('06) Kate Beckinsale. < "Underworld: Rise of the Lycans" ++ ('09) Michael Sheen. < "Monsterwolf" ('10) One Tree Hill Beverly Hills 90210 Beverly Hills 90210 Beverly Hills 90210 Bev.Hills 90210 "It's Only a Test" Beverly Hills 90210 Off Road Racing Lucas Oil Speed Center D. Despain Live NASCAR Victory Viper: Soul "The Team Story" My Classic Car Hot Rod TV Speed Center < "Due Date" ++ ('10) Robert Downey Jr., Zach Galifianakis. < "Year One" ++ ('09,Adv) Michael Cera, Oliver Platt, Jack Black. < "Year One" ++ ('09,Adv) Michael Cera, Oliver Platt, Jack Black. Yes to the Dress Yes to the Dress Break Amish: LA "Family Secrets" Sister Wives Sister Wives Breaking Amish: LA "Exodus" Sister Wives (5:30)< "Men in Black II" ('02) (:15)< "Sherlock Holmes" +++ (2009,Adventure) Jude Law, Rachel McAdams, Robert Downey Jr.. Falling Skies "Journey to Xibalba" Falling Skies "Journey to Xibalba" Food Paradise Bikinis Bikinis Waterparks Coaster Wars Rock My RV Rock My RV Fandemonium Fandemonium BBQ Crawl BBQ Crawl Law & Order: S.V.U. "Streetwise" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Blinded" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Harm" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Ghost" Law & Order: S.V.U. "Solitary" Burn Notice Behind the Music "Ludacris" Hollywood Exes La La's Full Behind the Music "Ludacris" Hollywood Exes < "White Chicks" ++ ('04) Marlon Wayans, Shawn Wayans. (5:00)< "Cowboys and Aliens" (:10)< "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" +++ ('12) True Blood "The Funeral" The Newsroom "Willie Pete" True Blood "The Funeral" ++ (4:30)Boxing (:45)First Look Real Time With Bill Maher True Blood "Don't You Feel Me" ('12) Mila Kunis, Mark Wahlberg. (:45)First Look < "Ted" < "Dream House" +++ ('11) (:05)< "Die Hard: With a Vengeance" +++ ('95) Bruce Willis. (:15)< "Horrible Bosses" ++ ('11) Charlie Day, Jason Bateman. Strike Back (:50)Strike Back Movie (5:00)< "The Twilight Saga: Bre... Dexter "Scar Tissue" Ray Donovan "Black Cadillac" Dexter "This Little Piggy" Ray Donovan "The Golem" Ray Donovan "The Golem"

Community notes Birth A son, Emmet Anthony, was

born to Ryan and Allie Peters of Petoskey at 2:38 p.m. on Monday, July 22, 2013, at McLaren Northern Michigan in Petoskey. Emmet weighed 8 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. Grandparents are Janet Hoffman of Petoskey, Steve and Mary Ellen Kolt of Petoskey, Anthony and Lisa Peters of Petoskey.

Meetings Sunday, July 28 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge

Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey. All players welcome. Visit or call (231) 881-0829 for information.

Monday, July 29 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.

Harbor Duplicate Bridge

Club meets at 10 a.m. on 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. Running is continuing at 6 p.m. on Mondays. Call (231) 238-8930 or (231) 238-1029.

Tuesday, July 30

Disciplers Bible study, nondenominational in-depth study and fellowship meets 9:30-11 a.m. Tuesdays at the First Presbyterian Church, Petoskey. For more information, call Joann Palmer, (231) 526-0289.

Reunions Petoskey High School class of 1968 45th reunion is at noon on Saturday, July 27, at Jones Landing Park. Call Linda Prote for more information or if attending at (231) 347-5743.

The Harbor Springs All-Alum-

ni Reunion is from 5:30 p.m.midnight on Saturday, July 27, at the Center Township Hall (across from the Moose Jaw Junction.) Everyone who attended, worked for or had children in the Harbor Springs School system is welcome to come. Admission is donations at the door, bring a dish to pass if possible. We would love to see as many teachers as possible. For more information, email hsreunion@charter. net or call (231) 526-7842.

Irish Boat Shop alumni from

1961-1986 are invited to a reunion 5-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, at Nub’s Nob in Harbor Springs. Planners of the gathering are seeking contact information for the following: Patty Boyle, J.P. Butler, Steve Church, Bernie Corps, Steve Gould, Jay Hanson, Mike Hogan, Dave Howe, Dick Hubbard, Mark Levan, Jim McLaren, Dave Noggle, Bob Rowe, Steve Rowe, Jim Rylands, Kitty Spinney, Rod and Gail Stebbins and John Yff. Contact Wes Dilworth, (231) 582-6886 or

Petoskey High School Class

of 1983 30th class reunion is 6-11:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 3, at Foster’s Pond, 2089 Greenwood Road, Petoskey. $25 per person payable to Gloria Turcott as soon as possible. Send to: 30th Class Reunion PHS Class of 1983, c/o Gloria Turcott, P.O. Box 65, Boyne City, Mich. 49712.

Petoskey High School class of 1993 reunion is 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at Petoskey-Bay View Country Club. Find the class of 1993 on Facebook; contact phsclass1993@gmail. com.

Miscellaneous The Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan offers free community playgroups for children ages birth-60

See Community notes on Page B7

Friday, July 26, 2013 •

Community notes from B6

munity Action Agency in Petoskey announces the following times and places for August food distributions under the monthly Commodity Supplemental Food Program: 9-10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, Boyne City city hall; noon-12:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, Ellsworth Christian Reformed Church; 9:30-10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, Pellston village hall; 11 a.m.noon Thursday, Aug. 8, VFW Hall, Harbor Springs; 12:301:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14, Mancelona Food Pantry, 201 N. Maple. The Commodity Supplemental Food Program targets nutritionally at risk mothers, infants, children and people age 60 and older. For more information about income guidelines and qualifying for this program, call (231) 347-9070 or (800) 443-5518.

Challenge Mountain is a

nonprofit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to enriching and improving lives for the mentally and physically challenged through outdoor recreation. Challenge Mountain provides its own operational support by owning and operating two resale stores in Petoskey and Boyne City. The Boyne store is located at 1158 M-75 South and the Petoskey store is located at 2429 North U.S. 31. Store hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday. Volunteers who staff the stores are crucial to the mission of the organization. For volunteer opportunities or for more information, contact Kristin Bates at (231) 582-6966.

The Emmet County Sports-

men’s Club, Northern Michi-

The Women’s Resource

Center of Northern Michigan provides free counseling and support services to victims of crime including victims of sexual assault, domestic abuse, child abuse, child sexual assault and adults molested when they were children. Services also provided to victims of elder abuse, hate crimes, economic abuse/fraud, robbery, DUI/DWI crashes, and survivors of a homicide victim. Support services include crisis counseling, individual counseling, support groups, trauma therapy, play therapy for children, safety planning, advocacy on behalf of survivors and resources/referrals. The Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan can assist in filing victim compensation claims with the Michigan Department of Community Health. If you or someone you care about has been a victim of crime, contact the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan administrative office at (231) 347-0067.

2-1-1 Your 24-hour link to

non-emergency health and human service information. 2-1-1 can connect you to local services such as food, housing and utility assistance, senior services, free tax prep, and more. Cell or pay phone users: dial (877) 211-LAKE. Visit: www.

Pregnant? Need help

navigating? Pregnancy Care

Center of Petoskey offers free pregnancy tests and ultrasound confirmation of pregnancy; as well as counseling, information and assistance, material aid, parenting classes and more. All services are free. The center is located at 2206 Mitchell Park Drive, Unit 9. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays; noon-6 p.m. Wednesdays; closed on Fridays. Pregnancy tests and ultrasound scans are available only on Tuesdays. Call (231) 348-3388.

schedule allows) from 1-5 p.m. Bring photo ID, proof of residency, and verification of income to your first visit. The address is 416 Connable Ave. in Petoskey. Call (231) 4873600 for more information.

Community kitchen is from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. every Monday at First Christian Church, 308 Monroe St., Petoskey, in the fellowship hall of the church. Anyone in need of a meal is welcome.

See Community notes on Page B8

pers, 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.

13000 Stover Road Charlevoix, MI 49720 (231) 547-9967


The Community Free Clinic

offers free, temporary, health care services to Emmet County residents who are low-income, without health insurance and are not included in a government health program. There is a walk-in clinic on Wednesday evenings — sign-in and screening are offered anytime after 1 p.m. with patients returning to the clinic by 5:30 p.m. when the volunteer staff arrive. Sign-in is discontinued at 6:30 p.m. There is also a smaller appointment clinic on Monday afternoons (walk-ins welcome if the


Call us for all of your insurance needs.

400 E Bay Street Harbor Springs, MI 49740 (231) 526-6225

Free items for babies (dia-


That is where we shine.

Food is available for anyone

in need in the Petoskey area from 9 a.m.-noon every Tuesday at Brother Dan’s Food Pantry, 415 State St., Petoskey, behind St. Francis


From the first phone call or greeting through sales, account management and claims, there are many opportunities to provide “royal” service.

County is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday for assistance to all Emmet County veterans. Located at 3434 M-119, Suite D, Petoskey. Phone (231) 348-1780.

Hospice of Little Traverse

Bay offers grief and loss 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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First Christian Church, 308 Monroe St., Petoskey, food pantry is open 9 a.m.-noon every Wednesday.

Lighthouse lunch is held 11

a.m.-1 p.m. every Monday and Thursday at Community Church of God, 202 W. Hurlbut St., Charlevoix, in the fellowship hall of the church. Anyone in need of a hot meal is welcome.

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munity Food Pantry, located in the lower level of the Holy Childhood Community Center building (entrance on Third Street), is open from 9:30 a.m.-noon every non-holiday Monday. Food is available for anyone in need in the Harbor Springs area. Those wishing to donate items may bring them to the pantry on Monday morning or leave them in baskets inside the entrances of the church from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Phone (231) 526-2017 ext. 43.

The Manna Food Pantry is

open 9 a.m.-noon on Tuesday to serve those in need in the Oden/Conway/M-119 area. For more information, call (231) 347-8852.

Planned Parenthood of

West and Northern Michigan provides complete gynecologic exams, breast exams and Pap tests for women of all ages; pregnancy tests; counseling and provision of birth control supplies, including emergency contraception, testing and treatment for vaginal, urinary and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV testing. Services are confidential, affordable, and provided by women clinicians. Medicaid/ Plan First! and Mastercard/ Visa accepted. Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; some evenings. Planned Parenthood, 1003 Spring St., Petoskey. Phone (231) 347-9692.

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ventist food pantry is open 6-7:30 p.m. on Mondays and 10 a.m.-noon Wednesdays at 326 N. Park St., Boyne City.

Dental Clinics North, a part-

nership of local health departments, provides dental care for children and adults with Medicaid, Healthy Kids, HK Delta Dental and MIChild and private pay for non-covered services. Appointments are available in Petoskey, East Jordan and Cheboygan. Call (231) 547-0295 or tollfree (877) 321-7070 to schedule an appointment.

Charlevoix Community

Food Pantry, 10 a.m.-noon and 5:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Thurs-

days. Located at 100 W. Hurlbut, Charlevoix, (231) 237-9490.

Friendship Centers of Em-

Cross of Christ Lutheran and

Emmanuel Episcopal churches provide a free lunch from noon-1 p.m. every Thursday for those in need at the First Presbyterian Church in Petoskey. All are welcome. confidential crisis counseling is available to residents of Antrim, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Emmet, Kalkaska and Otsego counties by dialing toll free (800) 442-7315. North Country Community Mental Health Services Board has contracted with Traverse City’s Third Level Crisis Intervention Center to provide crisis counseling services around the clock in the service area.

The Ladies Auxiliary to the

Veterans of Foreign Wars Emmet County Post 2051 is recruiting women to join the auxiliary. Wives, widows, mothers, daughters, granddaughters, sisters, half-sisters, foster and step-sisters, foster and step-daughters who attained that status prior to age 16 of persons who were or are eligible for membership in the Veterans of Foreign Wars are invited to call Melva Fosmore, (231) 526-5754. ing Room is a study room, library and bookstore. The public is welcome. It is open from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at 420 Waukazoo Ave. in Petoskey. Phone (231) 348-7648.

24-hour information call (231) 348-5005.

Al-Anon /Alateen information is available by calling (231) 675-7044.

Caregiver Support meets

ter activities Tuesday, July 30: foot care 8:30 a.m.; massage 9 a.m.; lunch at noon: baked chicken, mashed potatoes, California mixed vegetables, pudding, biscuits; Wii bowling 1 p.m.; mah jongg 1 p.m.

Boyne Area Senior Center activities Tuesday, July 30: brown bag bingo; lunch: sweet and sour meatballs.

Charlevoix Senior Center

activities Tuesday, July 30: chair yoga class 10:30 a.m.; lunch: sweet and sour meatballs; paint class 1 p.m.; cards (Rummy) 1 p.m.

1:30-3 p.m. the fourth Thursday at Petoskey Friendship Center library. Call (231) 3473211 or (888) 347-0369.

Celebrate Recovery, a

Christ-centered recovery program, meets at Third Day Fellowship & Outreach, 1204 Bridge St., Charlevoix every Tuesday. Dinner provided at 6:30 p.m.; meeting led by Mike Davis, begins at 7 p.m. Call (231) 547-8040 for more information.

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Center activities Tuesday, July 30: coffee 10-11:30 a.m.; lunch at noon: baked chicken, mashed potatoes, California mixed vegetables, pudding, biscuits.

mation, call (231) 347-3428.

Overeaters Anonymous

job search? Free job seeker support offered Wednesdays and Thursdays by Petoskey Area Christian Job Corps, 3003 E. Mitchell Road. Call for current schedule. (231) 347-6890.

class meets 5:30 p.m. Thursdays in Charlevoix. Continued Connection is an after jail program that can help you keep your freedom forever. For more information, call (231) 675-4744; (231) 675-9073.

activities Tuesday, July 30: water fitness/exercise 9:30 a.m. at Crooked River Lodge, Alanson; lunch: baked chicken, mashed potatoes, California mixed vegetables, pudding, biscuits.

Pregnancy and infant loss

support group information, call (231) 487-4825.

Center 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 game

port group meets 6:30 p.m. the last Wednesday of each month at the Petoskey La Senorita on M-119 and U.S. 31. Call Marcia Vandermus for more information at (231) 526-9705.

Emotional and mental

Teen Girl Survivor Group is

a weekly support group for teenage girls that provides an opportunity for teen girls to receive information and support with addressing how sexual abuse has affected their lives. To register, contact the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan at (231) 347-0067.

Tobacco Quitline offers

free assistance for quitting cigarettes or chew. Motivation, coaching, referrals, information, and for those eligible, free nicotine replacement therapy. Call 800-QUIT-NOW (800-7848669) to speak to a trained cessation coach.

12 Steps for Christians support group meets 7 p.m. every Monday at Genesis Church office, 510 Howard St., Petoskey. All are welcome. Call (231) 526-9938.

Women’s Sexual Assault

Recovery Group is a weekly support group for adult women who are survivors of childhood or adult sexual abuse. An ongoing group that provides an opportunity to share common experiences; receive support; and address issues impacted by sexual trauma such as relationship and intimacy challenges, mental health concerns and self esteem and life satisfaction. To register, contact the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan at (231) 347-0067.


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who have experienced sexual abuse in their lives. This weekly, ongoing support group provides fellowship and support with issues common to men who have faced sexual abuse in their childhood or adult lives. To register, contact the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan at (231) 347-0067.

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activities Tuesday, July 30: line dancing 11 a.m.; lunch: sweet and sour meatballs; bingo 12:30 p.m.

Men’s Voices for adult men

information, call (231) 3481866.

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East Jordan Senior Center

meets 5-7 p.m. every Sunday at Lighthouse Missionary Church, 7824 Rogers Road, East Jordan. Each of 13 weekly sessions is geared toward helping those grieving the loss of a loved one to move from mourning toward joy. Each session includes a video segment, workbook pages and small group discussion.

Narcotics Anonymous

Christ-centered recovery program which meets at the Walloon Lake Community Church 7-9 p.m. every Thursday. For information, call Kathy, (231) 348-5527 or Terry, (231) 582-7590.

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screening appointments are now available at health department offices in Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet and Otsego counties. Includes clinical breast exam, mammogram, pelvic exam and Pap test at no charge for eligible women age 40-64. For appointments, call the Health Department of Northwest Michigan at (231) 547-0295 or (800) 432-4121.

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Polka and more Boyne Falls Polish Festival Aug. 1-4 Jamie Baumann


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he 39th annual Polish Festival kicks off at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 1 with Fabulous Oldies But Goodies Band, a 50s and 60s band, in the festival tent, plus a car show and a carnival. The festival will run from Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 1-4, with entertainment and activities planned each day. “One thing that makes the Polish Festival unique that I’m proud of is that all of the food concessions outside the tent are run by local high school students to raise funds for their classes,” festival co-chair Sandra Erber said. “We’ve been approached by lots of commercial vendors, but we like the tradition of letting the local kids have the concessions. One thing they use the funds for is their senior trip to Hawaii.” There is a wide variety of food available, but according to Erber, the senior class always prepares Polish food.


Fabulous Oldies but Goodies saxophone player Tommy Vale of Lansing, finishes a song with a big note and wins applause from a tent full of revelers at the 2012 Polish Festival in Boyne Falls. corner of Maple and Railroad streets. A 3-on-3 basketball tournament is also held on Friday starting at 8 a.m. with brackets that run from third-grade through college. At dusk on Friday, a family movie will be shown.

Youth activities The focus is on area youth on Friday, Aug. 2. Youth day offers free activities for children up to age 10 from 10 a.m.-noon at the Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District building at the corners of Center and Maple streets, a new location this year. Activities include games, pony rides and crafts. Refreshments will be provided free of charge. At 3:30 p.m. the youth bike parade participants begin to decorate their bikes at the corner of Maple and Railroad streets. At 4:30 p.m. the parade will travel down Railroad Street through the polka tent and end at the

Polka tent The polka tent opens at 10 a.m. on Friday and Saturday with music starting at noon. The tent is free and open to all ages until 5:30 p.m. when it is open to those 21 and older and a cover charge of $7 is charged. Polka music will be provided by Virgil Baker & the Just 4 Fun Band, The New Generation Polka Band, and Maroszek Bros. On Sunday, the tent is open from noon-11 p.m. with Virgil Baker & the Just 4 Fun Band in the afternoon. At 5:30 p.m., a

$7 cover charge applies. From 5:30-7 p.m. Trio-Music plays. From 7-11 p.m. Razor Entertainment’s Soul Street finishes up the evening. For the second year in a row, the proceeds from Sunday’s tent admission are earmarked for the Cancer Crusaders. “It’s new this year to end the musical entertainment with a variety of music other than polka,” Erber pointed out.

Old-time demonstrations At 6 p.m. on Friday, it’s time for the old-fashioned horse pull located on east end of Church Street. The horse pull costs $5 admission. Beer, food, and pop will be sold and now carry-in drinks will be permitted. At 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, the ever-popular oldtime steam engine and threshing show takes place to the north of the polka tent. At 2

p.m. on Saturday, a tractor pull begins in the same location. At 11 a.m. on Sunday, a horseshoe pitching contest takes place at the pavilion on Nelson Avenue. At dusk, a family movie will be shown.

The Grand Royale Parade The Grand Royale Parade begins at 11 a.m. and runs from Center to State Street to Grove Street ending at St. Augustine’s Church. The parade grand marshals are Bob and Donna Sterrett. The honored citizens are Myrtle Carson and Anna Goodwin. The Little Miss is Alice Loper and the Little Mister is Vincent Cousineau. Alice and Vincent submitted winning drawings of what they liked about the Polish Festival in a contest for children in kindergarten through second grade.


On Sunday, Aug. 4, the Mass for the 19th Sunday of Ordinary Time is celebrated under the tent.

The 4-Wheel-Drive Mud Run Another festival favorite, the four-wheel-drive mud run will take place all afternoon beginning at noon on east end of Church Street. In this event, trucks are timed as they run through a mud course. Registration runs from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. sharp. Beer, pop, and food will be sold at mud run. No carry-ins or coolers are permitted. General admission for ages 6 and up costs $5. Pit passes cost $10. Entry fee is $25 per truck. “The festival takes over 100 volunteers to produce,” Erber said. “People move away and come back this weekend for vacation just to volunteer.” For a daily schedule

Ongoing events Astronomy — The Northern Michigan Astronomy Club meets at 7:30 p.m. the first Thursday each month at Raven Hill Discovery Center, 4737 Fuller Road, East Jordan. www.nomac. net.

Bike night — Bike nights and car cruise-ins at Boyne Mountain take place 6-8 p.m. each Tuesday through the summer. The evenings include live entertainment, beer and wine tastings, free chairlift rides, raffles for charity, and contests and giveaways. The Circle Drive is set aside exclusively for motorcycle access and each week there’s also a car cruise-in on Village Lane near the Civic Center at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls. Visit Bike riding group —

Donna’s Easy Riders is a group of men and women who meet 9 a.m. Mondays in various locations around the area. Rides are slow-paced and on a flat terrain. A snack stop is included. For a complete schedule, contact Donna Moll at (231) 582-7242 or 6758656 or Chris Brown at (231) 5829337 or

Book chat — Petoskey District

Library hosts book chats 10:3011:30 a.m. the third Thursday each month at its location in Petoskey. Drop-in. Free; open to public. (231) 758-3121.

Book sale — The annual

Used Book Sale is during regular business hours through Monday,

July 29, for the Crooked Tree District Library, 2203 Walloon St., Walloon Lake. (231) 535-2111; Boyne Falls Branch Library, 3008 Main St., Boyne Falls. (231) 5492277.

music session is 1-3 p.m. the first and third Sundays each month at Freshwater Art Gallery, 217 S. Lake St., Boyne City. Bring a seat. Free; open to the public. (231) 883-7664 or email

7 p.m. every Tuesday at the Sportsman Clubhouse on Old Onaway Road, Indian River. Open to all. The charge is $2. Prizes awarded.

Club meets at 10 a.m. the first and third Wednesday of every month at McLean & Eakin Booksellers, 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey. Evening Book Club meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of every month. Ethics Book Club meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday. Find reading lists at under the M & E Bookclubs link. No reservations required. Free.

Coffee and conversation — North Central Michigan

friendly movie will be 5:30-10 p.m. Fridays through Aug. 30 at Harbor Springs Skate Park. Free movie; $5 for pizza, pop and a dessert. (231) 526-0610 or send email to

Breakfast — An all-you-

sons are 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays at Bay Tennis and Fitness, Harbor Springs. Learn the fox trot in July. Cost is $6 per person. No partner necessary. (231) 347-1426.

Book club — Cottage Book

can-eat breakfast of pancakes, eggs and sausage will be the first Sunday of the month at the VFW hall in Charlevoix. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for kids younger than 12 years. (231) 675-4444.

Kids camp — Children’s Circle Camp sessions are 9:15 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, through Aug. 9, at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts. (231) 547-3554 or

Car show — Cruisers Night at the Eagles, Indian River, is hosted by Northern Rods and Rides Car Club 5-8 p.m. every Wednesday through Sept. 11. Three trophies awarded every week. $2 per car entry. No admission. (231) 2385165 or (231) 420-2460. Celtic session — A Celtic

College will offer informal summer workshops 10-11:30 a.m. Thursdays through Aug. 1 at the Petoskey campus in room 536 in the Student and Community Resource Center. Refreshments will be served. (231) 348-6705 or

Dance lessons — Dance les-

Dance lessons — Charlevoix

dance lessons are 6-8 p.m. every Wednesday at Northwest Academy, 115 W. Hurlbut St., Charlevoix; Petoskey dance lessons are 7-9 p.m. every Thursday at Studio 45, 101 Greenwood Road, Petoskey. Open to public; no partner necessary. $5 per person.

Dance — Line dancing classes

are 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesdays through Nov. 4, at Bethany Lutheran Church, 11906 U.S. 31 North, Charlevoix. (989) 280-1033.

Euchre — The Indian River Sportsman Club hosts euchre

Family dinner and movie — Dinner and a family-

Family fun day — North

Central Michigan College gym and fitness center is offering Family Fun Day 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesdays through Aug. 28. Activities include soccer, basketball, volleyball, pickle ball and eclipse ball. Toys and tumbling mats for toddlers and an obstacle course for children ages 7 to 11. $5 per family. (231) 439-6370.

Family museum day —

Families are admitted for free from noon-4 p.m. on the second Saturday of each month at Raven Hill Discovery Center, 4737 Fuller Road, East Jordan. No groups will be admitted on second Saturdays to the science, history and art museum for children and families, with indoor and outdoor exhibits. (231) 536-3369 or

Family nature club —

Northwoods Family Nature Club meets at 1 p.m. on the second Sunday of each month at Martha Wagbo Farm and Education

Center, East Jordan. Open to families with children of all ages. www.

Fisheries center — Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center is on U.S. 31 between Petoskey and Alanson. Hike/bike the trails (pets welcome on leash), feed the fish and walk through the train. Visitor center hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Free daily tours of the Oden State Fish Hatchery 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. MondaySaturday, and at 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Sunday. Meet guide at hatchery gazebo. (231) 348-0998. Hayrides — Ride around the

farm noon-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday through Oct. 27, at Pond Hill Farm in Harbor Springs. $4 per person, free for ages 2 and under. (231) 526-3276.

Jam session — Boyne Arts

Collective jam sessions are 10 a.m.-noon Saturdays at Boyne Arts Collective, Boyne City. Visit www.

Knitting and crochet —

Community Stitch, a knitting and crochet group, meets 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday at Harbor Springs Library, 206 Spring St., Harbor Springs. (231) 526-2531 or www.

Knitting group — All skill

levels of knitters meet 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays at Charlevoix Public Library, 220 W. Clinton St. (231) 237-7340.

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Friday, July 26, 2013 •

Pastel class offered at Charlevoix Circle of Arts

CHARLEVOIX — Local artist Mike Coltman will be offering a two-day pastel painting class at Charlevoix Circle of Arts in August. Coltman will lead a pastel painting for beginners and intermediate artists from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 13-14. Cost is $125, including supplies. For information, contact Circle of Arts at or (231) 547-3554.

Boyne Arts group plans workshops G. RANDALL GOSS/NEWS-REVIEW

Master class Harbor Springs artist Elizabeth Pollie, (left) works on a painting of model Kelly Ronquist, of Petoskey, during an artist workshop with Chicago artist Kevin Beilfuss, Tuesday at Crooked Tree Arts Center, in Petoskey. Pollie, an accomplished artist herself, was sharpening her skills during the weeklong workshop with Beilfuss. Right: Nationally acclaimed artist Beilfuss, (left) of Chicago, offers a tip to Ann Carolan, of Petoskey, Tuesday during the live model painting workshop. Beilfuss, known for his impressionist style portraits, is conducting painting workshops through the week.



Actors Tracy Ulrich (left) and Anthony LaJoye are a snake oil-selling duo in “Big River,” on stage this weekend in Bay View. RIGHT: The work of set designer Jared Cole sets the scene for the Bay View Music Festival’s production of “Big River.” The show will be staged at 8 p.m. today and Saturday, July 2627, in John M. Hall Auditorium. READ A REVIEW OF THE SHOW ON PAGE A9.



As Alice, Pearl Scott delivers several soulful performances in the Bay View musical production of “Big River.”

If you have art news, contact Babette Stenuis Stolz, people editor, 439-9351 •

BOYNE CITY — The Boyne Arts Collective is offering several workshops in August, including: — Knife and Palette Oil Painting for Beginners with instructor Jim Kosloskey, 5-9 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 12-13; fee $125 — Children’s class, Let’s Paint a Tile with instructor Marcia Farner, 10-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20; free $20 — Children’s class, Let’s Paint an Ornament with instructor Marcia Farner, 1011:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 22; fee $20 — Jewelry Making for Beginners-Make a Wire Wrap Bracelet with instructor Tom Franzosi, 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 29; fee $90 — Jewelry Making for Beginners -Make a Blank Onyx Pendant, noon-4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30, with instructor: Tom Franzosi; fee $90 — Advanced Jewelry Making...Make a Swarovski Triangle Pendant, noon-4 p.m. Saturday,. Aug. 31, with instructor Tom Franzosi; fee $95 To register for any or all of the August workshops, stop by the Boyne Arts Collective gallery, 210 S. Lake St., Boyne city; or send name, phone number, e-mail address and check to: Boyne Arts Collective, 210 S. Lake St., Boyne City, Mich. 49712; For information, contact Debbie Sears at (231) 582-0604 or

Plein air event coming to Straits area MACKINAW CITY — The Mackinaw City Area Arts Council is planning its second plein air event. A two-day workshop with instructor Sharon Griffes Tarr will be offered 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3, and 10 a.m.4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4, at the Mackinaw Women’s Center on Jamet Street. In her 30-plus years of teaching, Tarr estimates she has introduced thousands of students to painting from life in the outdoors. She currently works and lives in Williamston. She is a member of the Great Lakes Plein Air Painters Association, Plein Air Artists of Western Michigan, Great Lakes Pastel Society, and an exhibiting member of Oil Painters of America. She is represented in Michigan by Coyote Woman Gallery of Harbor Springs and in her studio/gallery in Williamston. The weekend will include one demonstration from the artist, lecture and personal instruction and assistance. Workshop is limited to 14. Cost is $100. For more information, email or call Lorie Axtell at (989) 529-0752. Checks or money orders should be mailed to Mackinaw City Area Arts Council, P.O. Box 113, Mackinaw City, Mich. 49701.

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Calendar Friday, July 26

Festival — The 26th annual Walloon Lake Antique TractorEngine and Craft Show continues Friday-Sunday, July 26-28 along U.S. 131 North, between Boyne Falls and Walloon Lake. Working blacksmith, tractor scales, basket factory and veneer mill, saw mill, shingle mill, non-denomination church service Sunday morning; primitive camping $25 plus admission per person, food available on grounds, live music. Gates open 7 a.m., with a 9 a.m. opening ceremony and parade at 2 p.m. Friday through Sunday. Tickets are $7 adults, free for children 11 years and younger with an adult; no pets, bicycles or alcohol allowed. (231) 549-3041 or www.walloonlakeflywheelers. net. Sailboat races — Little

Traverse Yacht Club Ugotta Regatta includes sailboats from across the U.S. racing throughout the day Friday-Sunday, July 26-28, from Harbor Springs. Pancake breakfast Saturday and Sunday.

Benefit — The annual onemile Swim for Babes to benefit the Northern Michigan Diaper Pantry takes place at 8:45 a.m. Friday, July 26, on Walloon Lake. The diaper pantry, a nonprofit organization, is operated by the Christ Child Society of Northern Michigan. Event is in south arm of Walloon Lake from the Krimendahl dock to the Ausbrook dock; participants not charged but encouraged to find sponsors. (202) 341-8682 or email Sidewalk sales —

Petoskey streets are blocked 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, July 26, and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, July 27, for sidewalk sales. More than 140 businesses participating.

Book signing — Author B.A. Shapiro signs books at the Pier in Harbor Springs noon-2 p.m. Friday, July 26, for McLean and Eakin Booksellers, 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey. (231) 3471180 or www.mcleanandeakin. com. Book sale — Used book sale by Petoskey Library Friends 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in tent and noon-4 p.m. inside Friday, July 26, at Petoskey District Library, 500 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey. Concert — Charlotte Ross

Lee Concert Series features a children’s concert by Moxie Strings noon-1 p.m. Friday, July 26, in Pennsylvania Park, downtown Petoskey. The Jelly Roll Blues Band 7-8 p.m. Friday, July 26. Bring a chair or blanket.

Festival — The 83rd annual

Charlevoix Venetian Festival continues Friday, July 26 to Saturday, July 27, in Charlevoix. Friday events, carnival 1-11 p.m. downtown, live music 6-11 p.m. at Tiki Tent, Venetian queen coronation, art auction and live

music 7:30-10 p.m. at East Park pavilion, Up North Big Band 8-10 p.m. at Ferry Beach, and fireworks at dusk above Lake Charlevoix. Complete event schedule online. (231) 547-3872 or

Play — The play “Big River,”

Sidewalk sales —

Petoskey streets are blocked 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, July 27, for sidewalk sales. Food, fun and sales from more than 140 downtown businesses.

Booksellers, 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey. (231) 347-1180 or

July 28, at the Bay Harbor Arts Festival.

Program — The University of Michigan Biological Station holds its annual Discovery Day 2-4 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at the biological station six miles east of U.S. 31 (Riggsville Road), in Pellston. Includes an overview of the station’s history and “A Journey through Time in the Forests of Lower Northern Michigan,” by Ph.D. student Susan Cheng. www.lsa.umich. edu/umbs/events.

Dinner — Pellston Masonic Lodge hosts a Swiss steak dinner 11 a.m.-2:20 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at the lodge on U.S. 31 North, Pellston. $10. An additional dinner is planned 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 25.

the musical version of “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” is produced by the Bay View Music Festival with shows at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 26-27, at John M. Hall Auditorium. Tickets at (800) 595-4849 or

Art show — Twenty area

Movie in the park —

Pottery demonstration River,” the musical version of

The film “Escape from Planet Earth” (PG) is shown at dusk on Friday, July 26, in Petoskey’s Pennsylvania Park. Bring a blanket, chair and snack. (231) 758-3108.


Festival — The 83rd annual

Charlevoix Venetian Festival concludes Saturday, July 27, in Charlevoix. Saturday events include Drenth Memorial Footrace 9 a.m., street parade 11 a.m., carnival 11 a.m.-11 p.m. downtown, Charlevoix alumni party 12:30-3 p.m. at Stafford’s Weathervane Restaurant, drum corps 12:15 p.m. Bridge Park, pipe band 12:15 p.m. East Park, live music 12:30-2 p.m. East Park pavilion, live music 6-11 p.m. at Tiki Tent, live music 5:30-10 p.m. East Park pavilion, and Venetian boat parade and fireworks on Round Lake at dusk. Complete event schedule online. (231) 547-3872 or www.

Festival — The 26th annual Walloon Lake Antique TractorEngine and Craft Show continues Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28, along U.S. 131 North, between Boyne Falls and Walloon Lake. Working blacksmith, tractor scales, basket factory and veneer mill, saw mill, shingle mill, non-denominational church service Sunday morning; primitive camping $25 plus admission per person, food available on grounds with live music. Gates open 7 a.m., with a 9 a.m. opening ceremony and parade at 2 p.m. Saturday through Sunday. Tickets are $7 adults, free for children 11 years and younger with an adult; no pets, bicycles or alcohol allowed. (231) 549-3041 or Sailboat races — Little

Traverse Yacht Club Ugotta Regatta continues with sailboats from across the U.S. racing throughout the day SaturdaySunday, July 27-28 in Harbor Springs. Pancake breakfast Saturday and Sunday. www.

artists take part in the Walloon Lake Art Club’s annual Walloon Lake Art Show from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, July 27, at the Melrose Township Park. Art show is in conjunction with Walloon Days, sponsored by the Walloon Lake Association.

— Michigan artists demonstrate and sell their pottery 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at Sturgeon River Pottery, 3031 Charlevoix Ave., Petoskey. Free (231) 347-0590 or

Play — The staging of “Big “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” is produced by the Bay View Music Festival at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27, in John M. Hall Auditorium. Tickets (800) 595-4849 www.bayviewfestival. org.

Book sale — Used books

are sold by Petoskey Library Friends from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at the Petoskey District Library, 500 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey.

Art show — The annual

Fiber Arts Festival will be 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, July 27, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at Castle Farms, 5052 M-66 North, Charlevoix. Live animals, demonstrations and artists selling works. Admission $5, tour grounds for additional $4. (231) 237-0884 or www.castlefarms. com.

Fundraiser — A benefit

silent auction will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at the Church of Christ on Anderson Road, Petoskey. Event benefits the Benevolence Ministry of Church of Christ.

Art show — The 11th

annual Bay Harbor Arts Festival is Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28. The juried arts event is rain or shine. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. (231) 439-2650 or

Book signing — Mount

Pleasant author Chris Zimmerman signs his four Michigan-based novels between 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, July 27-28, at the Bay Harbor Arts Festival. www.authorchriszimmerman. com.

Flower show — The East

Jordan Garden Club presents its flower show noon-4 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at the Jordan River Arts Council, 301 N. Main St., East Jordan. Free with refreshments. (231) 536-3282.

Kids event — Waldo Party

in the Park is at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at McLean and Eakin

Nature workshop — Getting Kids Outdoors naturebased educator workshop is on the ecology of Petoskey State Park 9-11 a.m. Saturday, July 27, at Petoskey State Park. www.


Festival — The 26th annual Walloon Lake Antique Tractor-Engine and Craft Show concludes Sunday, July 28, along U.S. 131 North, between Boyne Falls and Walloon Lake. Working blacksmith, tractor scales, basket factory and veneer mill, saw mill, shingle mill, non-denominational church service Sunday morning; primitive camping $25 plus admission per person, food available on grounds, live music. Gates open 7 a.m., with a 9 a.m. opening ceremony and parade at 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $7 adults, free for children 11 years and younger with an adult; no pets, bicycles or alcohol allowed. (231) 549-3041 or Sailboat races — Little

Traverse Yacht Club Ugotta Regatta sailboat races conclude Sunday, July 28, in Harbor Springs. Pancake breakfast Sunday.

Art show — The annual

Fiber Arts Festival will continue 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at Castle Farms, 5052 M-66 North, Charlevoix. Live animals, demonstrations and artists selling works. Admission $5, tour grounds for additional $4. (231) 237-0884 or www.castlefarms. com.

Art show — The 11th annu-

al Bay Harbor Arts Festival continues 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, July 28, at The Village at Bay Harbor. The juried arts event is rain or shine. (231) 439-2650 or

Book signing — Mount Pleasant author Chris Zimmerman continues to sign his four Michigan-based novels between 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday,

Concert — The Bay View

Music Festival presents the Sunday Sunset Pops Series (vespers) concert “Pure Michigan,” honoring composers, performing artists and themes from the Great Lakes state, at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 28, in Hall auditorium. Tickets (800) 595-4849

Monday, JULY 29

Concert — A recital of

spiritual songs by soprano Jackline Madegwa and pianist Casey Robards will be at 5 p.m. Monday, July 29, at United Methodist Church, Harbor Springs. (217) 898-3749.

Tuesday, July 30

Concert — Charlotte Ross

Lee Concert Series features Chris Koury from noon-1 p.m. in Pennsylvania Park, downtown Petoskey. Bring a chair or blanket.

Lecture — Fashion designer

Susan E. Riley will present “Yachting and Fashion” at 4 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at Harbor Springs Library. Refreshments. Seats $15. Reserve at www. or (231) 3474337.

Lecture — Castle Farms

owner Linda Mueller and writer Kathleen Paterka, will talk about Castle Farms’ history from 6:307:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at Charlevoix Public Library, 220 W. Clinton St. (231) 547-2651 or

Concert — A recital of spiritual songs by soprano Jackline Madegwa and pianist Casey Robards will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at United Methodist Church, Harbor Springs. (217) 898-3749.

Nature program — A

program about stories in the stars is 9-10:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, 6696 Lower Shore Drive, north of Harbor Springs. $3 parking fee for non-township residents, but free for conservancy members. (231) 5266401.


Nature program —

Nature Discovery program series for families is offered by the Little Traverse Conservancy 10-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 31, in the Boyne River Nature Area at the edge of the city’s business park. (231) 347-0991 or

Program — Summer reading program about dinosaurs for ages 5-13 years will be 10:3011:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Jordan Valley District Library, East Jordan. Free; no reservations needed. (231) 536-7131. Kids gardening — An herbal field day for children at the kids gardening class at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Pine Hill Nursery, 886 U.S. 31 North, Kewadin, 20 miles south of Charlevoix. Class size limited, register at least one day ahead; $5 per child. (231) 599-2824 or Concert — Charlotte Ross

Lee Concert Series features Sara Wheeler and Little Groove singing and playing music for kids noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, in Pennsylvania Park, downtown Petoskey. Bring a chair or blanket.

Children’s program —

Make your own chalk paint and paint the library sidewalks at 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Charlevoix Public Library, 220 W. Clinton St. (231) 547-2651 or

Dance — A swing dance class is 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Charlevoix Public Library, followed by a big band concert at 7 p.m. in the parking lot. Wear soft soled shoes. (231) 5472651 or www.charlevoixlibrary. org.


Concert — Charlotte Ross

Lee Concert Series features the James Greenway Band noon-1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1, in Pennsylvania Park, downtown Petoskey. Bring a chair or blanket.

Book signing — Author Jennifer Fromke will sign copies of her novel set in Charlevoix, “A Familiar Shore,” from 1-3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, at Charlevoix Public Library, 220 W. Clinton St., Charlevoix. (231) 547-2651 or Book signing — Author Mark Alpert signs books 2-4 p.m. and author Matt Mooney signs books 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, at McLean and Eakin, 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey. (231) 347-1180 or Flower program —

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������� ������� ����� ������� CHAMBER MASTERPIECES – July 31, 8 p.m. Voorhies Hall Three bold showpieces featuring faculty instrumentalists demonstrating the nuance of their craft. Son of Jazz Great, Dave Brubeck, Chris Brubeck & “Triple Play” – August 3, 8 p.m. Hall Auditorium Over the past decade, Chris Brubeck, Joel Brown, and Peter Madcat Ruth have honed a vast and vivid repertoire encompassing Delta blues, Tin Pan Alley standards, New Orleans grooves, jazz gems, and incisive originals. Triple Play delivers an epic sojourn through American music unlike any other band on the scene. FREE MASTER CLASS: Saturday at 10 AM



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� ����� ������������ ���� ���� ����� – with the Director of Falstaff:1 Session – Monday, July 29, 1 - 2 p.m. s Art of the Tart with Suzie Beer – owner of Suzie’s Pies in Harbor Springs: 1 Session – Monday, July 29, 3 - 5 p.m. s Painting with the Witty Eye – with Trisha Witty, local artist: 4 Sessions – Monday, August 5 thru Thursday, August 8, 1 - 4 p.m. s Mysterious People, Places, and Things – with Dr. Stephen Neff: 3 Sessions – Tuesday, August 6 thru Thursday, August 8, 1 - 2:30 p.m. s Finding and Getting into the Right College – with Toby Jones & Mark Pontoni: 1 Session – Thursday, August 8, 7:00-8:30 pm) s Fairy Garden Design Workshop – with Cynthia Marovich: 1 Session – Wednesday, August 7, 10:00-11:15 a.m.


Assembly Worship: July 28, 10:45 a.m. Hall Auditorium Rev. Daniel Moser:“The Prophet and the Beggar”, Mark 10:46-52 American Experience Week with Dr. Michael Kazin: July 29 August 2, 10 a.m. Voorhies Hall This is a co-sponsored event brought to you by the Education and Religion and Life departments.

������� The Ideas and Politics of Progressive-Era America. �������� Who Were the Progressives? What Did They Believe? ���������� The Rise and Fall of the Prohibition Movement ��������� The Passion of William Jennings Bryan ������� Was World War I a Good War? The American Debate and Its Legacy Dr. Michael Kazin is a professor of history at Georgetown University and coeditor of Dissent, a magazine of politics and culture which began publication in 1954. His main interest is the history of politics and social movements in the United States. A regular columnist for The New Republic On-Line and a frequent contributor to The New York Times, The American Prospect, The Nation, and Democracy, he is also a well-known author and editorin-chief of The Princeton Encyclopedia of American Political History.




A volatile summer for Hollywood

Calendar Horticultural expert Rebecca Finneran gives a comprehensive program on flowers titled “A Garden Affair” from 4-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, at North Central Michigan College Library Conference Center in Petoskey. Cost is $35 at door; includes a light dinner, admission and course materials. Sponsored by the Northern Michigan Master Gardeners Association. (231) 347-3007.

Festival — The 39th annual Boyne Falls Polish Festival runs Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 1-4, in Boyne Falls. Thursday events include bingo 4-11 p.m., carnival opens 5 p.m., oldies in the tent 5 p.m.-12:30 a.m. and a car show 6 p.m. (231) 5492624 or Performance — A staging of “Annie Get Your Gun” by Gaylord Community Productions begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Aug. 1-3, at the Alan L. Gornick Auditorium, Gaylord, and a matinee at 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4. Admission is adults $12, students and seniors $10. (231) 546-3889 Concert — Red Tail

Ring will perform as part of Mackinac Arts Council’s Music in the Park program at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, in Marquette Park, Mackinac Island. Free. (906) 984-4124 or email


Fundraiser — Benefit

breakfast with U.S. Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard will be 7:30-9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at Castle Farms, Charlevoix. Event is a fundraiser for Charlevoix Area Community Pool. Tickets $25. (231) 5470982, www.charlevoixpool. org or email

Festival — The 39th annual Boyne Falls Polish Festival continues Friday-Sunday, Aug. 2-4, in Boyne Falls. Friday events include 3-on-3 shoot-


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AP Entertainment Writer

Have a fun event coming up? Send the details to out 8 a.m., polka tent opens 10 a.m., Youth Day games 10:30 a.m., carnival opens 11 a.m., chainsaw wood carving demonstration 11 a.m.-8 p.m., old-time threshing and steam engine show 1 p.m., bingo 4-11 p.m., youth bike parade 4:30 p.m., polka tent closes for cleaning 5-5:30 p.m., horse pull 6 p.m. and family movie at dusk. (231) 549-2624 or

Historic camp — Rendezvous and Trade Fair with a 1700-1840 era theme, battle in the street, auction, paddle dance, knife and hawk competition will be 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Aug. 2-4, at Conkling Park, Mackinaw City. Kids event — Best in

Show Party is 10-11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at McLean and Eakin, 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey. (231) 347-1180 or

Book signing — U.S.

Olympic swimmer and author Amanda Beard will sign books and pose for a photo for a $20 donation 1-3 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at Charlevoix Public Library. Event benefits Charlevoix Area Community Pool. (231) 547-0982, www. or email

Book signing — Author Peg Herring signs books 2-4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at McLean and Eakin, 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey. (231) 3471180 or Fundraiser — A benefit

dinner and live auction will feature U.S. Olympic swimmer Amanda Beard, who will be

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the keynote speaker, 5:30-11 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at Castle Farms, 5052 M-66 North, Charlevoix. Admission $125 with prizes, $250 to dine at Beard’s table (limited to 10). (231) 547-0982,, or email info@

Performance — A

staging of “Annie Get Your Gun” by Gaylord Community Productions will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Aug. 2-3, at the Alan L. Gornick Auditorium, Gaylord, and matinee 2 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4. $12 for adults $10 students and seniors. (231) 546-3889

Festival — Rootenanny

Music Festival begins at noon on Friday, Aug. 2, and runs through Sunday, Aug. 4, at Rocky Top Preserve in Ellsworth. Admission is $80 weekend ticket, including camping, or 30 per day. Early bird doors open 4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1 for additional $20 fee. Rocky Top Preserve is along U.S. 31, between Eastport and Atwood.

Exhibit — A plein air painting exhibit and reception will be 6-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at Pine Hill Nursery, 886 U.S. 31 North, Kewadin, 20 miles south of Charlevoix. (231) 599-2824 or www. Program — A film view-

ing and discussion with Mackinac Island residents about “Winter’s Bone” will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at the Center for the Arts on Mackinac Island. Admission $10, seniors and students $7. (906) 984-4124.

On and off screen, it’s been a bruising summer for Hollywood. Every weekend, the multiplex has been under siege like it has rarely been before. One after another, they have come: Big-budget, globe-trotting blockbusters backed, like goliaths with air support, by marketing budgets in the hundreds of millions. As the studios have focused increasingly on the fortunes of monster-sized “tentpoles,” as they’ re known in the trade, weekend real-estate in the summer months has become precious, fraught territory. In the season’s packed schedule, there’s little breathing room for the blockbusters: They need to open big, right away. Some of these films have s u c c e e d e d . S o m e h ave flopped. But more than most summers, the content of this year’s seasonal crop of spectacles has felt like a pummeling, leaving both moviegoers and some in the industry dazed from the onslaught. Zombies swarmed over m u ch o f t h e p l a n e t i n “World War Z.” Sea monsters rose from the ocean and battled giant robots in “Pacific Rim.” Superman’s Metropolis was haphazardly laid to rubble in “Man of Steel.” For the third time, Roland Emmerich destroyed 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in “White House Down.” A fiery Rapture engulfed “This Is the End.” Studio balance sheets have been hardly less volatile. The latest bomb came over the weekend with “R.I.P.D.,” in which Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds star as ghost cops. The poorly reviewed Universal film opened with just $12.7 million, suggesting it won’t come close to recouping its $130 million-plus price tag. The failure was all the more pronounced because of the robust opening ($41.5

million) for Warner Bros.’ “The Conjuring,” an oldfashioned horror film made for under $20 million. It’s become a recurring theme of summer 2013: Non-sequel, big-budget films have struggled to find audiences. Most striking was Gore Verbinski’s “The Lone Ranger,” which Disney had hoped would ignite the same interest as the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series that also teamed Verbinski with Johnny Depp.

Analysis But although “The Lone Ranger” was an admirable attempt to update the Western, the film’s imbalanced tone fell extremely flat with moviegoers. Made for some $215 million, it has earned $81.3 million domestically in three weeks. Also underperforming, to the tune of tens of millions of dollars, has been: — “White House Down” ($68.5 million domestically in four weeks, despite its silly popcorn fun and Channing Tatum’s rising star). — “After Earth” ($60 million domestically in eight weeks, despite Will Smith’s steady history as a box-office draw). — Guillermo del Toro’s “Pacific Rim” ($68.2 million domestic, despite its wellcrafted pop sensibility). Launched with franchise aspirations, “Pacific Rim” may end up in a better situation, since it has quickly made $110.3 million overseas. S o wh at I S wo rk i n g ? Many of Hollywood’s classic genre standbys: — Low-budget hor ror (“The Conjuring,” ‘’The Purge”). — Animated family films (“Monsters University,” ‘’Despicable Me 2”). — Some A-list star vehicles (Robert Downey Jr. in “Iron Man 3,” Brad Pitt in “World War Z,” Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy in “The Heat”). Of course, Reynolds, Smith

and Tatum would be the exceptions here. But when Hollywood puts its eggs in fewer baskets, the risks — along with the rewards — grow. In June, even Steven Spielberg, the father of the modern blockbuster, bemoaned the business’ swelling trajectory. “There’s going to be an implosion where three or four or maybe even a halfdozen mega-budget movies are going to go crashing into the ground, and that’s going to change the paradigm,” Spielberg said at an industry gathering. His comments reverberated because of their source: If even Spielberg is giving up, what hope does anyone else have? Certainly, Hollywood — a perpetually fickle industry built on the rare megahits — has often been a victim to over-the-top “the-sky-isfalling” worries. The box office to date is, after all, up 12 percent from last year. This year’s movies followed one of the more robust Oscar seasons in years, one that saw a slate of both lucrative and acclaimed best-picture nominees that together totaled more than $1 billion in box office. But the movies are undergoing yet another period of transformation. With the increasing appeal of cable and digital entertainment, and the bottoming-out of the home video market, Hollywood has tried to lure moviegoers with bigger (and more expensive) 3-D extravaganzas. As usual, there’s rebellion in the works from filmmakers who feel marginalized by the studios’ shrinking p u r v i ew. S p i ke L e e o n Monday announced that he would seek financing for his next feature film through the online crowd-sourcing site Kickstarter. “Super Heroes, Comic Books, 3-D Special EFX, Blowing up the Planet Nine Times and Fly through the Air while Transforming is not my Thang,” wrote Lee See hollywood on Page C6

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music PetoskeY Chandler’s, Petoskey — Johnny Storm 8-11 p.m. Friday, July 26. Ron Getz 8-11 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Pete Kehoe 8-11 p.m. Saturday, July 28. John D. Lamb 8-11 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. Ron Getz 8-11 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.

City Park Grill, Petoskey — Mother

Shrew 10 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Sean and Adam 10 p.m. Tuesday, July 30. Acoustic Dirt 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. Galactic Sherpas 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.

Noggin Room, Stafford’s Perry Hotel, Petoskey

— Hipps N Ricco 9 p.m.midnight Saturday, July 27. Kellerville 9 p.m.-midnight Sunday, July 28. Gene Perry 9 p.m.- midnight Tuesday, July 30. Sean Ryan 9 p.m.midnight Wednesday, July 31. Mighty Medicine 9 p.m.midnight Friday-Saturday, Aug. 2-3.

Papa Lou’s, Petoskey — DJ Feezy 10

p.m. every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


Alanson Depot Restaurant, Alanson

— Gordon Lightfoot Tribute Band 6-9 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Don Rivers and Denny 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, July 31. Ran Man 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.

Bay Harbor

cava, Bay Harbor —

John D. Lamb 8 p.m. Friday, July 26. Chris Koury 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27.

South American Grille, The Inn at Bay Harbor, Bay Harbor — Chris Calleja

7-11 p.m. Friday, July 26. Josh Hall 7-11 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Pete Kehoe 7-11 p.m. Wednesday, July 31.

Cabana Bar, The Inn at Bay Harbor, Bay

Harbor — Ben Overbeek 5-8 p.m. Sunday, July 28.

Boyne City

Cafe Santé, Boyne City — The Hand-Me-

Downs 8:30-11:30 p.m. Friday, July 26. Joshua Hall 8:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Nathan Bates 8-11 p.m. Thursdays all of August. Nathan Bates and Michelle Chenard 8:3011:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. Chris Calleja 8:30-11:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3. Swan Brothers 7:30-10:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4.

Red Mesa, Boyne City — Toby Jones 8-11

p.m. Tuesday, July 30.


Hidden River Golf and Casting Club, Brutus — Mike Ridley 5-9 p.m. Friday, July 26. Nelson Olstrom 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, July 30. Nelson Olstrom 5-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2.


Edgewater Bistro, Charlevoix — Michelle Chenard 6-10 p.m. every Wednesday through summer. Nelson Olstrom 6-10 p.m. Saturday, July 27.

Villager Pub, Charlevoix —

Karaoke 9 p.m.-1 a.m. every Friday.

Sleeping Gypsies 10 p.m. Friday-Saturday, July 26-27. IDK 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. Hipps N Ricco 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.

Boyne Falls


Thirsty Goat, Boyne City — Connie’s

The Beach House, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — Nelson Olstrom 6-9 p.m. Friday, July 26. Dave Cisco 2-5 p.m. Saturday, July 27, at the Tiki Hut. Nathan Bates 6-9 p.m. Saturday, July 27.

Everett’s, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — Ben Overbeek 7-10 p.m. Friday, July 26. Toby Jones 7-10 p.m. Saturday, July 27. Nathan Bates 7-10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2. Sean Bilby 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.

Pierson’s, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — Randy Reszka 8

p.m. Friday, July 26. John D. Lamb 8-11 p.m. Saturday, July 27.

Little Traverse Bay Golf Club, Harbor Springs — Herb Glahn

5:30-9 p.m. Thursdays.

Wheelhouse Lounge, Pier Restaurant, Harbor Springs — Michelle Chenard 9:30 p.m.12:30 a.m. Friday, July 26.

Slopeside, Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs — Nelson Olstrom

will perform 6-9 p.m. each

Keller Quartet 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 3.

Cross Village Legs Inn, Cross Village — Kirby 6-9

p.m. Fridays through Aug. 30 in Legs Inn garden. Jelly Roll Blues Band 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Sunday, July 28. John D. Lamb 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4 in the garden.

Trophy Room, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — David Jake 6-8

The Zone, East Jordan — Connie’s

Jordan Inn, East Jordan — Live entertain-

ment 9 p.m. every Saturday. Open mic night with Cal Manis 7-11 p.m. every Tuesday.

Karaoke 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. every Thursday.

The 1911 Restaurant

August 3rd & 4th, 2013

Located at the Historic Terrace Inn inside the heart of Bay View, MI

Petoskey, MI

Harbor Springs

The Opera House, Cheboygan — Paul

Antiques Fairgrounds at the

— Open mic 9 p.m. every Thursday. Ray J the DJ 9:30 p.m. every Friday unless noted.

— The Brewhouse Band 9 p.m.-midnight Fridays in the Eagle’s Nest Pavilion. Acoustic afternoons 2-5 p.m. Sundays.

East Jordan

p.m. Tuesday, July 30.

Gold Nugget Bar and Grill, Ellsworth

Black Mountain Lodge, Cheboygan

Snowflake Lounge, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls — Bill Da

Cat 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Saturdays through July. Bill Da Cat 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays through August.


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Serving on the Terrace • Lunch • Tea • Cocktails • Dinner Live Music Tues.-Sat. Sunday & Monday Pizza Menu


Indian River Cross in the Woods, every Sunday night at 6:00pm, Indian River $500 Coverall All Paper Games Mi. Progressive No Smoking

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Wednesday Hudson Township Auxiliary in the Hudson Township Hall, Camp 10 Rd., Elmira. Michigan Progressive Jackpot

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Thursday. The Billy P Project 9 p.m. Friday, July 26. Chris & Adam 9 p.m. Saturday, July 27.

p.m. every Thursday through Sept. 5.


Indian River

Douglas Lake Bar, Pellston — John Girardot

Entertainment by Alvis 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.


The Pinehurst, Indian River —

6:30-9:30 p.m. Sunday, July 28. Mike Ridley 6:30-9:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 4.

Breaker’s Bar, Topinabee

p.m.-1 a.m. every Thursday.

— Billy Jewell & His Bad Habits 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Friday-Saturday, July 26-27. Blitz 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Friday-Saturday, Aug. 2-3.

Mackinaw City


11 p.m.-2 a.m. every Friday and Saturday. Gene Perry 9

tainment 9 p.m. every Saturday.


The Frontier Saloon, Levering — Karaoke 9

Dixie Saloon, Mackinaw City — DJ

Mauldoon’s Saloon, Wolverine — Live enter-


Local Flavor Sweeeeeeeet!

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Friday, July 26, 2013 •

Bust out the butter, this year’s corn crop is almost ready Debbie McGuiness (231) 429-9353 -


erhaps two of the most anticipated words in the English language are “sweet corn.” For fans of corn on the cob, fresh picked, cleaned of husk and silk and placed in boiling water “for not more than two, two and a half minutes,” says Steve Johnecheck, the waiting will soon be over. Johnecheck, along with his wife, Cindy, are the proprietors of Johnecheck Farm, a centennial farm located at 06902 Camp Daggett Road in Boyne City. The farm was established by Steve’s great-grandparents, Paul and Mary Johnecheck, in 1901. Johnecheck explains, “The delay in sweet corn this year is because of the cool spring and the late frost.” He has 40 acres of sweet corn planted at the farm, along with an array of potatoes, onions, carrots, zucchini, beets and flowers. “We don’t grow beans or peas. Too much bending over to weed and pick. We have already gone

through our new potatoes. Everybody likes the small, new potatoes,” he said. “Our (other) vegetables are currently available at the Boyne City farm market, on Wednesdays and Saturdays.” Pointing to his granddaughter as she drives by in a golf cart, Steve adds, “Our granddaughter Lilah likes to help out at the farm market. Our kids helped out at the farm, and now our grandchildren do, too.” “When our Johnecheck sweet corn is ready, in about a week and a half, we’ll offer it here, on the farm, as well as at the Petoskey Marathon station, Toski Sands Market on M-119 and Coveyou Scenic Farm, U.S. 131 South in Petoskey. We also sell our corn at S & K Marathon station in Boyne City, and at the Walloon Village General Store,” he said. Standing among corn rows near a cutting flower garden, Johnecheck says they don’t use chemicals on the crops to kill weeds. The corn, which comes up to his shoulder, is almost ready for market. Johnecheck recommends his sweet corn should never be boiled too long, and he prefers

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Steve Johnecheck says the sweet corn grown at his Johnecheck Farm in Boyne City will be ready for market in about a week and a half. it served with “lots of butter. Boiling is the only way to cook corn.” Cindy, Steve says, is in charge of the farm stand. She plants all of the flowers on the farm, and arranges them in bunches which are sold along with the vegetables.

hollywood from C4

Classic & Contemporary Cuisine Complimented by an Award Winning Wine List Served in a Comfortable Setting Overlooking the Waterfont.

and Neill Blomkamp’s scifi epic “Elysium.” Blombkamp, whose latest film cost $115 million to make, broke out with the $34-million scifi smash “District 9.” That and the recent success of “The Conjuring,” ‘’Monsters University” and “The Heat” show that sometimes a movie doesn’t need

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smaller counter-programming has included Ryan Coogler’s devastating debut, “Fruitvale Station”; Richard Linklater’s serial romance “Before Midnight”; an acclaimed rendition of Shakespeare from Joss Whedon (“Much Ado About Nothing”); and possibly the best Woody Allen film in a decade (“Blue Jasmine”). The summer isn’t over yet. If audiences have any stamina left, there are several big action films coming before Labor Day, including Hugh Jackman’s “X-Men” spinoff “The Wolverine”; the cop thriller “2 Guns,” with Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg;

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to cost $200 million-plus, run 2 1/2 hours or put the fate of the world in peril. Thankfully, human-sized tales with a little wit or a bit of fright still get the job done.

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Schedule for Friday July 26th: Despicable Me 2 (PG) The Wolverine in 3D (PG-13) Turbo (PG)

Schedule for July 28th, 29th, and 30th: Despicable Me 2 (PG) The Wolverine in 3D (PG-13) Turbo (PG)

Schedule for Saturday July 27th: Despicable Me 2 (PG) The Wolverine in 3D (PG-13) Turbo (PG)

Schedule for July 31st and August 1st: Despicable Me 2 (PG) The Wolverine (PG-13) The Smurfs 2 in 3D (PG)

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on his film page, where he’s asking for $1.5 million. “To me it’s not just that these Films are being made but it seems like these are the only films getting made.” Some filmmakers, most notably Steven Soderbergh, have fled to cable television, a medium that in some cases offers more creative freedom. Soderbergh earlier this year released his $23 million Liberace biopic, “Behind the Candelabra,” on HBO. He has quit Hollywood for now and is prepping the 10-episode series “The Knick,” starring Clive Owen, for Cinemax. Yet, there’s plenty for Hollywood to be proud of right now. The summer’s

“Many of our corn customers come out to walk along the gardens,” Johnecheck added. Contact the Johnechecks at (231) 582-7947; email Farm@; or visit www.

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12770 Pa-Be-Shan Lane, Charlevoix

6910 Hardwoods Court-Harbor Springs

6419 Mill Street, Levering

GREAT FAMILY HOME located near ski hills & golf, with many updates including, new appliances, and flooring. First floor master, walkout partially finished basement, wood burning fireplace, Anderson windows, and cathedral ceilings are just some of the features of this great home. (437494) $229,900 Driving Directions: Pleasantview Road to Quick Road, west on Quick to first street on right (Hardwoods Court) to second house on left.

4 BEDROOM, 2 1/2 bathroom, with a fireplace in Charlevoix. Located near Mt. McSauba, with public beach access and bike/walking trail nearby. (437889) $190,000 Driving Directions: South on 31 to Walker Road. 1/4 mile right on Old Orchard to stop sign, left on Pa-Be-Shan Lane.

NEARLY NEW 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath, quality built home conveniently located between Petoskey and Charlevoix on 5 acres of rolling meadows. Enjoy views of Beaver Island and sunsets over Lake Michigan from your front porch. This home features main floor living, hardwood floors, 2 story great room with wood burning stone fireplace, gourmet kitchen with Wolf Range, beautiful landscaping, full finished walkout lower level and much more. (437931) $395,000

CT Shuman 838-4200


LOVELY BAY VIEWS from 18’ windows, huge great room for entertaining, lush woods for privacy, great beach for bonfires, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, full walkout basement, and a 2 car garage! This one is it! (436761) $359,500

Bill Dietrich 231-633-1353 & Kim Hejka 675-8556

QUALITY BUILT 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath home located just east of Petoskey in premier subdivision. Enjoy the panoramic views of Little Traverse Bay and the countryside from several rooms and 800 sq. ft. covered porch. Numerous custom features throughout the home including granite countertops, Sub Zero and Wolf appliances, hickory hardwood floors, custom built-ins, stone fireplace, 3 car garage, wet bar, beautiful lawn, landscaping and much more. (436473) $695,000

WELL MAINTAINED 4 bedroom, 2 bath home located on a wooded double lot in an established neighborhood. Conveniently located to shopping, restaurants, beaches, and bike path. Many recent improvements including some new windows, fresh paint, granite counters & wet bar. Home also features wood floors, fireplace, extensive landscaping, and 2 story glass entryway. (437765) $275,000

CT Shuman 838-4200


VERY WELCOMING home & property offering 4BD/2BA, nice floor plan, gas fireplace, clean and beautifully cared for. 6.9 acres with 678’ on Monroe Creek – fish, hunt, garden, enjoy nature. 2.5 miles from Lake Charlevoix 36x32 detached garage with workshop, cement floor, water and 220 electric, wood furnace as well as an outdoor hook up for electric & water to accommodate a motor home. (435206) $117,900

Debbie LaCount 350-0928



BEAUTIFUL PROPERTY with log home in a private wooded setting , vaulted two story living room with a stone, wood burning fireplace, 5 bedroom and 3.5 baths. Trails throughout property, adjacent to thousands of acres of state land, near the Jordan River. (436838) $245,000

Debbie LaCount 350-0928


CLOSE TO TOWN for convenience and far enough from town for tranquility. 24x32 insulated and heated pole barn, lots of wildlife for viewing. (437526) $62,500 Lee Symonds 675-8010

Steve Shuman 347-6200

CT Shuman 838-4200

CLASSIC VICTORIAN style 4 bedroom, 2 bath home located a short walk to shopping, restaurants, marina, parks and bike trail. Home has been tastefully updated with many modern conveniences while preserving its Victorian charm including wood floors, bead board and fireplace. The kitchen features granite counters, 6 burner stove, heated floors & Sub Zero refrigerator. Present owner has recently finished the lower level and replaced several windows. Large carriage house will accommodate 2 cars, plus storage and upper level. (436230) $449,000

THIS MAGNIFICENT country estate is situated 9 miles east of Petoskey in the middle of 43 acres over-looking a swimming pond. The back 30 acres is wooded with hardwoods & the front 13 acres is sparcely wooded making it ideal for horses. Custom built home complete with all the amenities including granite counters throughout, vaulted ceilings, custom tile floors & showers, stone fireplace, 2nd fireplace in den, wood floors, hot tub room off master suite, covered front and back porches, extra 3 car garage. (436765) $465,000





VERY SPACIOUS home with lots of custom woodwork and has 11 acres with 30 x 40 garage, nicely wooded. (437587) $150,000 Don Wright 838-0877

4 BEDROOM, 2.5 baths, lake view and access. Lush flowerbeds with irrigation system and a large deck for relaxing. Beautiful sunsets, sits on two lots within the city of East Jordan. (437542) $185,000 Lee Symonds 675-8010

CT Shuman 838-4200

FANTASTIC LOCATION for your business, adjacent to the Charlevoix Golf Course and complete with a Class C license. Furnishings and equiptmant are included. High traffic exposure with ample parking (436763) $399,500 Bill Dietrich 231-633-1353 & Kim Hejka 675-8556


GREAT OFFICE location, nice parking, on high traffic M-119 between Petoskey & Harbor Springs. (432422) $129,900 Don Wright 838-0877


IN A QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD within walking distance to the wonderful emerging downtown of Boyne City is a small story-anda-half home with large potential. The home features an efficient kitchen with Corian counters and central air conditioning. (436559) $65,000

Ron Hausler 881-3127

PETOSKEY SCHOOLS PRIVATE country estate situated in wooded setting 6 miles southeast of Petoskey. Many recent improvements in this 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home. 9 1/2 acres with more land available. (435436) $234,000

Dave Watson 347-6200 LAKE CHARLEVOIX 20 ACRES

CUSTOM BUILT 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with panoramic views of loveley Loeb Bay. 800’ shared shandy beach frontage with dock surrounded by 20 acre nature preserve. Excellent value at $589,000 (437023)

Bill Dietrich 231-633-1353 & Kim Hejka 675-8556


ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS condo with majestic Lake Michigan views settled amongst the trees between Petoskey and Charlevoix. Beautifully remodeled, hardwood floors thoughout, floor to ceiling wood burning stone fireplace, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. (437825) $374,900

Bob Kern 675-2276

A WONDERFUL SETTING on Lake Grove Road with peaks of Walloon from the spacious deck area. This property features a full finished walkout lower level. The 24’ x 48’ wood shop is a artisan’s dream with in floor heat, fully insulated, bathroom and 220 amp service. With minor alternations this could be a separate cottage! There is also a guest house 14’ x 20’ with full utilities. The public boat launch is 300’ north off Lake Grove. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy the summer in the Walloon Lake setting. (436957) $378,000

Craig Lively 838-7481

GREAT KITCHEN with stainless appliances, new roof & windows, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage, and a large corner lot in Petoskey. Close to schools, downtown and all of Petoskey’s amenities. Just waiting for it’s new family and offers immediate occupancy. (436412) $190,000

Doug Nowels 838-2007


CT Shuman 838-4200


A WOODED LOT backing up to the creek is the setting for this lovely 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home in the Petoskey School District. Energy efficient home offers a main floor master, basement with daylight windows and plumbed for another bath. Located just minutes from town in a family friendly neighborhood. (437161) $195,000

Doug Nowels 838-2007

BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with 2000 square feet of living space, great kitchen, hardwood floors and attatched garage. GREAT LOCATION! (437222) $269,000 Bill Dietrich 231-633-1353 & Kim Hejka 675-8556

Sharon Pressey 881-3000

SOLID 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath brick ranch located 2 blocks from downtown Petoskey. This home with many original features; includes a view of Little Traverse Bay, 2 fireplaces, hardwood floors, fenced yard, 2 car garage and many extras. (437928) $327,500

IMMACULATELY MAINTAINED custom built 5 bedroom, 3 bath home located just east of downtown Petoskey on nearly 1 acre of property off a private drive. This spacious home features a main floor master suite, vaulted ceilings, in floor heat in tiled areas, loft with open railing looking down on family room and much more. (437315) $248,500 CT Shuman 838-4200

NICE 2 BEDROOM, 1 1/2 bath home just minutes from downtown & the waterfront. Many recent updates. Would make a great starter or retirement home. (436886) $139,900


GREAT family home with a large lot close to playground and ball fields. Attached garage with extra garage/storage area and shed in back. New hot water heater, A/C, fire pit for roasting marshmallows. Two enclosed porches, one would make a great breakfast room. Large dining room. Washer & dryer included. Also has a doggie door on back with kennel. It also has a sauna in the back garage that has not been used by owner. (437057) Special Open House pricing $74,900 Driving Directions: U.S. 31 North to Levering, turn left on Mill Street, house on right hand side.

Steve Ludwig 347-6200

Gina Dunneback 758-2388


Doug Nowels 838-2007


CHARLEVOIX 2 unit rental with partial basement and 26x30 insulated garage. Separate utilities, two stoves and two refigerators. Great location within walking distance to downtown. Short term Land Contract possible. (436854) $89,000 Bob Kern 675-2276


FIXER UPPER with good bones and priced to sell. (436538) $18,900 Don Wright 838-0877


COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT opportunity only 3 blocks from downtown Charlevoix with high visiblity on US31/Bridge St. Large upper 2 bedroom apartment for onsite living or rental. (431483) $255,000 Jerry Pease 231-675-3169


PRIEBE ACRES EXCEPTIONALLY well maintained home in excellent Petoskey neighborhood. 2 bedroom; room for a third, 3 bath home with walkout lower level. Huge oversized yard for active family living. Offered at $179,900 (437148)

NESTLED in the woods with 100’ of sandy frontage is this cozy Up North cottage with 2 bedrooms and one bath. Great location between Torch Lake and Charlevoix. An excellent value at $279,000 (437406)

Dave Watson 347-6200

Bill Dietrich 231-633-1353 & Kim Hejka 675-8556



BEAUTIFUL VIEWS of Lake Charlevoix and the surrounding countryside from this 19.75 acre parcel near Horton Bay. Great spot for an estate or small farm. (437123) $99,000 or 10 acres for $60,000.

Chuck Crampton 330-5374

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CHARLEVOIX 8160 Susan Shores .................$129,900 ....................Sat .................. 10a-2p Lyndaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Real Estate Service

12770 Pa-Ba-Shan Ln ............$190,000 ....................Sat .................. 10a-1p Real Estate One of Petoskey CHARLEVOIX SHORES 03502 Commodore Dr..........$199,000 ....................Sat .................. 11a-1p Pat Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien & Associates CROOKED LAKE The Shores .........................................................................Sat & Sun ..... 10a-2p Little Traverse Realty HARBOR SPRINGS 6910 Hardwoods Ct ...............$229,900 ....................Sat .................. 11a-2p Real Estate One of Petoskey

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JAMIE KARDOSH 231-838-2095

PETOSKEY 295 Jackson...............................$174,900 ....................Sun ...................... 1-3p Coldwell Banker Schmidt Realtors

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MEAT CUTTERS AND CASHIERS For Louie’s Fresh Markets in Petoskey, Alanson and Cheboygan. Seeking hard working, dedicated individuals with excellent people skills. Meat cutters need to have prior experience. Reply: Louie’s Fresh Market 235 Water Street, Alpena, MI 49707 e-mail: Fax: (989) 356-9486.

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Hearing Life, is a highly-respected, aggressively-growing provider of audiology education, products, and patient care services. We are currently seeking to hire a high energy, exp'd Patient Care Coordinator for our hearing health clinic in Petoskey, MI. Responsible for handling patient support services and admin tasks for smooth office operations and patient care. Scheduling, data entry, billing coordination, inventory rptg, lite mktg. Works closely with on-site Hearing Care Provider. A minimum of 2 yrs. professional work experience, preferably in a customer-focused front office role is required Also Microsoft Office proficiency and self-starter ambition. Please send resume with cover letter specifying salary expectations to:, indicating PETOSKEY in subject line. We are an equal opportunity employer, M/F/D/V. Thank you for your time and attention.

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Qualified applicants, please apply in person with resume, between 9am-3pm Monday - Friday. 2235 E. Mitchell Rd. Petoskey, (231)347-3144. General


Petoskey. Call Roger, (989)506-0836, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.



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INSTRUCTORS Baker College of Cadillac is searching for part-time Instructors to teach Direct Credit classes, in Oral Communications and Introduction to Business, at the Ellsworth High School, during the 2013-2014 school year. The MINIMUM requirements for an Oral Communications Instructor is a Master's degree in Education and a Bachelor's degree with an AX, BX (secondary) or BD endorsement. The MINIMUM requirement for a Business Instructor is a Master's degree in a business related field. Previous teaching experience a plus. Please send resume and cover letter by August 5, 2013 to: Human Resource Department Baker College of Cadillac 9600 East 13th Street Cadillac, MI 49601 Fax: (231) 876-3443 Email: AA/EOE

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TECHNICAL SERVICES GROUP MANAGER EJ, a leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of underground construction castings, has an immediate opening for a Technical Services Group Manager at our Corporate Offices located in East Jordan, Michigan. In this position you will direct and coordinate all IT technical employees as well as the planning and operational excellence of information technology infrastructure for data, voice and video. The scope of responsibilities include all technology infrastructure deployed across the operations for EJ in the Americas. These responsibilities include data centers, network operations, help desk, desktop support, server administration, internal technical consulting and disaster recovery while specifically ensuring the availability, integrity, and security for all systems and infrastructure. The qualified candidate must have a BS or MS degree and a minimum of 10 years of IT and business/industry work experience including architecture design and deployment, systems life cycle management and infrastructure planning and operations. This is an excellent opportunity to work for a stable, respected company which provides a competitive wage and benefit package. EOE. Qualified applicants should currently apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Applicants who apply after July 31st should apply online at under our careers section.


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Full-Time Positions include 4 Weeks PTO • Benefits Apply in Person Mountain Run at Boyne Club House 03230 Mountain Edge Road Boyne Falls, MI 49713 Resumes can be faxed to: 231.549.5710 Questions call: 231.549.5700 E.O.E.

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Fast paced business has several new openings available. Hours and pay vary. Please call to set appointment (989)705-1723

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


Please contact (231)492-0411 if interested in providing care for an elderly Harbor Springs woman. References required.

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For overall reimbursement operations throughout a six county agency. Five years' experience in billing Medicaid, Medicare, private pay & insurance carriers Experience with electronic billing systems a must, billing mental health services a plus, one year supervisory required. Experience in accounting, databases & spreadsheets required. Full-time/excellent benefits/ salary range $38,055 to $53,402. Send resume to HR, North Country CMH, 1420 Plaza Drive, Petoskey, MI 49770, Fax 231-487-9128 or E-mail to More information view: Hospitality


Experienced, full-time. Some cooking. Pickup application at: Petoskey Eagles, 313 Water St., Petoskey, MI 49770. No calls.

Flexible hours, scheduled raises, annual vacations. Apply in person at: Days Inn Petoskey (231)348-3900. Hospitality


Immediate openings, full or part-time, year-round or seasonal. Apply at the Petoskey Holiday Inn Express. Management Mancino's Pizza & Grinders of Petoskey


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Seeking motivated individual to assist with medical data entry with potential for nursing assistant role. Looking for a diligent, detail-oriented team member with excellent computer skills. Send reply to: File 1444 c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey MI 49770.


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Seeking Medical Billing Clerk. Must have experience with preauthorization processes for insurance billing. Full time offering competitive wages & great working environment! Submit resume to: NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Secretary, Student and Community Resource Center (SCRC) Fitness Office, part-time, $13.96/hour. Serves as the receptionist for the fitness office, with administrative support for the director and staff, and customer support for visitors. High school diploma or GED with one to three years experience working in a customer service-oriented position. Associate degree in Office Administrative Services or related field preferred. Demonstrated ability with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and FcPRO (Exer-fit). To apply: please go to, select AppliTrack Openings, and click on college positions, then proceed to apply for this position. No phone calls please. Applications accepted until end of business day August 5, 2013. Professional


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Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) seeks a qualified candidate to provide leadership and educational programming expertise conManagement cerning Food Safety and Healthcare Nutrition/Physical Activity in alignGROCERY STORE MANAGER ment with the MSUE Health & NutriFor Louie’s Fresh Market, Petoskey. tion Institute (HNI). RECEPTIONIST Need self starter committed to Seeking experienced receptionist for fast paced office. Full time. product freshness, store cleanliness, Interested and qualified candidates Benefit package included. Send customer satisfaction and creative should visit the Michigan State Unijobs page at resume to File 1439, c/o Petoskey merchandising. Must have grocery v e r s i t y store experience and strong math, to apply for News-Review, 319 State St., computer and people skills. posting number 8083. Candidates Petoskey MI 49770. Reply: Louie’s Fresh Market are asked to submit an up-to-date 235 Water Street, Alpena, MI 49707 resume/CV and a cover letter that Healthcare e-mail: includes the names and contact inor Fax: (989)356-9486. formation of four professional referAIDE ences. Application deadline is July For in-home services: house clean29, 2013. MSU is an affirmative-acing, personal care, and respite for Federal employment information is tion, equal-opportunity employer Emmet County seniors. Part-time free. Remember, no one can promMonday thru Friday. No nights, ise you a federal job. For free inforCLASSIFIED TIP #23 weekends or holidays. Paid mile- mation about federal jobs, call Ads with a price almost always age and pro-rated benefits. Call Career America Connection, generate more qualified calls. Council on Aging at 231-347-3211. (478)757-3000.

needed to enlist, train, and coordinate volunteers for Community Impact Measurement Project in Petoskey. Develop plan to track surveys, quantify results and train volunteers to help conduct survey/data entry. Excellent computer, logistical, organizational, and people skills. Attention to detail and quality control. Some college education. Training provided. Ability to work some evenings/weekends. Flexible hours. Email cover letter and resume to or Healthcare mail to: Northwest Michigan ComGRANDVUE MEDICAL munity Action Agency, attn: Tish G., 3963 Three Mile Rd., Traverse City, CARE FACILITY MI 49686 by Wed. Aug 7. Is looking for support service relief staff. These year-round positions Healthcare will cross-train through our dietary, laundry and housekeeping departDIRECT SUPPORT ments; and once trained will fill in for our regularly scheduled staff. PROFESSIONAL Adult residential services provider Successful candidates must be mohas a full-time midnight position tivated and available to work a available in Boyne City. We are look- combination of day, evening, and ing for an individual who is respon- weekend shifts. If you are a friendly sible, energetic, and caring. We of- team player with a flexible schedule fer paid vacations, holidays, medi- and a desire to make a difference in cal benefits, and disability insur- the lives of others, please apply in writing by filling out an application ance for qualified employees. at 1728 South Peninsula Road, East Call Josh at (231)582-3611 Jordan. Wages start at $10.45 per or email resume to: hour with increases after 90 and 180 days. No phone calls please. for details today. Drug free workplace. EOE. Healthcare

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North Central Michigan College Librarian, full-time. Salary/wage range: $50,029 to $58,561 (pursuant to the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Initial appointment typically does not exceed the fifth Step of the scale at the appropriate degree level.) Minimum requirements are General master’s degree in Library Science LEASING or Information Services from a proADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT gram accredited by the American For Independence Village, Peto- Library Association or demonskey’s Luxury senior apartment strated ability to complete such decomplex. Duties include: data entry gree by January, 2015; three years and management, telephone sales, of management experience in a assist with marketing events and Library/Media Center; excellent backup for leasing consultant. written and oral communication Full-time benefit-eligible position, skills; ability to work independently must be able to work weekends. and collaboratively. Please send resume t o : A complete job description and ployment application are available at General Submit cover letter, resume, completed application for employment, LIBRARY ASSISTANT Perform circulation duties, shelving, three professional references and assist patrons, etc. Prior copy of academic transcripts to: library/computer experience re- North Central Michigan College quired. 12-15 hours/week year Human Resources, 1515 Howard St. Petoskey, MI 49770 by August 5, round. E-mail resume to Alanson 2013. Library at: Applications received on or before by August 5. August 5, 2013 will receive first consideration. General Later applications may be considLOOKING FOR A HARD ered until position is filled. WORKING INDIVIDUAL General Willing to work long hours, no weekends. Be very dependable and responsible. Must have a valid drivNORTHERN STAFFING ers license and clean driving record. Is currently accepting applications Have experience or some kind of for the areas leading automotive knowledge of Directional Boring supplier. Both entry level and expeand or burying Underground Ca- rienced candidates will be considbles. Must provide references. If in- ered. Strong work ethic with good terested please call (231)675-0104 attendance required. A clean backand ask for Marlane or Brian or ground and excellent attention to leave message. detail is a must. All shifts available. No appointment necessary.


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Petoskey based landscape company is looking for laborers, experience in landscape construction and garden maintenance helpful. Good driving record and valid drivers license required. Machine operation a plus. Please email references and resume to:




• Accounting Technician • Curriculum CoordinatorHealth • Police Dispatcher (PT) • Contract Health Assistant • Tribal Social WorkerVictim AdvocateGrant Coordinator Full job descriptions available at: Apply at or send application (available on website), resume & cover letter to: Human Resources 7500 Odawa Circle Harbor Springs, MI 49740 PH: 231-242-1555 FAX: 231-242-1565 EMAIL:

PHLEBOTOMY EDUCATION Teaching the Art of Professional Blood Collecting. Classes in Gaylord August 12-16 and Tawas City September 16-20. $995 includes book and cost of National Certification test. 313-382-3857 Professional


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Join our great community team!! Great career step-up. Plan, organize, and direct financial, accounting, budget and treasurer functions. Application deadline 5:00 pm August 1, 2013. Full-time. Salary: $62,000-66,000 DOQ/E. Application process & job description available at or at City Hall, 210 State Street. Resumes alone not accepted. EOE. Retail SALESPERSON Looking for a part-time energetic, reliable salesperson for high-end merchandise in downtown Harbor Springs location. Must be available for weekends. Email resume to:

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Little Traverse Primary Care- a busy medical office in the Harbor Springs/Petoskey area has an immediate opening for a FT experienced medical BILLER. Prior medical billing and computer experience required. Competitive pay and benefits. Please fax cover letter and resume to (231) 348-2515.

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All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD tollfree at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

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For area resale store. Experience in FOR BUSY SALON overall day-to-day management IN CHARLEVOIX responsibilities including retail/ resale store operations, staff/volun- Full & part time positions available. teer supervision, financial oversight, Contact marketing/displaying merchandise, and customer service. Ability to lift Trades 50 pounds necessary. This is a busy, ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM: diverse full-time position with great CARPENTER Timberlake cabinet. 36â&#x20AC;? Sony TV benefit package for the right perand cassette deck, VHS record and son. Send resume to Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wanted for Petoskey based home play. Pioneer DVD LD player. ExcelResource Center, 423 Porter Street, building and remodeling company. Send resume to File 1445, lent condition. Reduced to $850 for Petoskey. EOE c/o Petoskey News-Review, 319 all. (231)242-0380. State St., Petoskey MI 49770. Sales ESTATE SALE Hide-a-bed, queen size and matching chaise lounge, Trades CHUCKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S APPLIANCE $1,000. New (2) twin beds with & FURNITURE matching side table, $500. 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; CHUCKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S APPLIANCE dresser with mirror, $300. Cherry Seeking individual with furniture & FURNITURE wood dining set, $400. Several matsales experience. Apply at 1889 tresses, priced $50 to $300 each. M-119, Petoskey. Seeking Appliance Service TechQueen bed with headboard, $400. nician with experience. Apply at Treadmill, brand new, $300. (2) Seasonal 1889 M-119, Petoskey. highback matching arm chairs, blue/white check, $250. Onyx top GOLF COURSE octagon table, from India, beautiful, Trades Looking for help in golf shop and $500. Wood hand-carved round bag drop. Must have golf and comRAIN GUTTER INSTALLER side table, $200. (2) matching puter knowledge, and be friendly wicker chairs with cushions, $100. EXPERIENCE NEEDED, driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s liand dependable. (231)238-7011. cense required. Great pay, long Most items new. Make serious ofterm employment. Call Great fers only please. (231)881-6978, Seasonal Lakes Gutters & Roofing. leave message. PRIVATE SUMMER RESORT (231)535-2175. Start immediately GEM/TANZANITE natural gem, raIN CHARLEVOIX diant cut, 2.02 carats. Appraisal Has an immediate opening for a $2,600. Selling for $1,800. Groundsman. Employment is full time annually from April to Novem(231)548-5161. UNDER NEW management. Aphaber and includes paid holidays, a resic elderly gentelman needs loving tirement plan and the opportunity GENERATOR 2012 Honda 6500 eu, for additional income. Desired skills in home caregiver. Email Sandy at electric/remote start; very quiet; like ; Landscaping, lawn care and garnew. $3,400. (231)347-0532. dening, use of hand tools and (248)515-2657. JANOME 1100 embroidery / sewpower equipment. You must be Computers/Office ing machine. $2,500. (231)347-8934. able to pass a criminal background Equipment check. Application can be picked up LIFT CHAIR large, Franklin, power at 14 Chicago Club Dr, Charlevoix. lift with heat and massage, brown, DELL DESKTOP good working con- new November 2012, paid $1,200 dition. With heavy duty oak com- used for 7 months, professionally puter desk with three drawers. Must cleaned July 2013. $700. Cash only. Trades sell need space! $ 1 5 0 (231)582-2123. (231)582-5739, (231)675-6913. EXPERIENCED PETOSKEY STONES (smaller sizes), AUTO BODY PAINTER Antiques & Collect$1.50 a lb. Many larger stones availMust have own tools with ability to ibles able 36 lbs. on down, priced differdo light body work. Knowledge and experience with urethane basecoat ANTIQUE WICKER over 23 pieces, ently. (231)622-2232. clearcoat paint systems. Wage 44â&#x20AC;? round table with 4 chairs, rockbased on commission. Send resume ers, chairs, tables, planters. POOL FOR sale. 15x30, 4' deep sand filter pump, ladder, cleaning (231)242-4458. to: P.O. Box 406, Conway, MI 49722 hoses and vacuum, will help take RICHARD JERZY oil painting, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gar- down. $2,500. (231)536-2046. den with Zinnias and Astersâ&#x20AC;?, 11-7/8 SEGWAY X2 model, 2 years old, all x 12. $1,400. (231)347-3417. terrain tires, rides very well. $4,500. SHIP BUILDERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S wooden plating (810)516-7780, Alanson. model, 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, half hull, very impressive. (231)622-1811.

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ANTIQUE ROUND Oak table with 4 chairs and extra leafs. John Deere horse drawn iron farm equipment. $100. each. (989)733-6434. ANTIQUE SINGER sewing machine $50. Oak cabinet/ hutch from Ben Franklin. Hutch original $700., $100. will sell both together as a package deal, call for pictures 231-838-8419. ANTIQUE TABLE round oak table $100. (941)773-8405, Alanson. APARTMENT-SIZE FREEZER older model. Looks like an apartment size refrigerator. $20 231-582-2094

ARIENS SNOW blower. Needs a little work. $75/best. (989)350-0567.(27) BABY CRIB. $100. Stroller, $75. (231)582-6736. BATHTUB 6' cast iron platform tub. Resurfaced & great condition. $600. (231)347-6770. BEAVER ISLAND boat tickets, (2) adult, round trip passenger tickets. Retail $120. Selling for $100. (231)409-8058. BEDROOM CHAISE lounge, blue velour. $99. (231)487-0461. BEDROOM S E T 5 pieces, queen-size, Early American, like new, $500. Dining room furniture: china cabinet, $350. Dining table and 6 chairs, $250. Very nice Early American. (231)526-5137. BEDROOM SET white wicker: headboard, bed table, 3-drawer dresser, oval mirror, chest of drawers, hope chest and hamper. $500. (231)547-3828. BEDROOM SET wood, mission-style, Queen head and foot boards, nightstand, armoire/TV cabinet. $300. In Petoskey, (231)348-3596. BIKE GIRLS Trek with training wheels. $25. (231) 838-1375. BIKE TRAILER, Schwin Joy rider, for 2 children $35. Boys bikes small BMX (2) $ 20. each. (231)838-1375. BIKE: WOMENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S Specialized, used 1 season, New $395. Asking $135. (231)599-2970. BILLY BLANKS Tae-Bo and kick boxing VHS tapes, all 7 for $35. (231)347-5747.

(2) GALLONS of white oil based BIRD CAGE wooden and decorahouse paint. $25. (231)547-2818. tive, $40. Wood queen bed frame 10MM AMMO 40rounds hp, 70 with cupboards underneath, $60. rounds FMJ . All factory, not reloads. (231)753-9032. $45. (231)838-9740. BLACK BUREAU modern-style with 12' FISHING boat, motor and trailer six drawers and matching nightin good condition. 7.5 hp Mercury stand with two drawers $100. twin cylinder outboard. Located in 231-459-8908 Petoskey. Only $900. BOAT 15-1/2â&#x20AC;&#x2122; tri-hull, no motor, in(231)881-3187. cludes trailer. $100. (231)330-6036. 1950'S ANTIQUE China Cabinet. Glass doors with 2 shelves. Solid BOAT MOTOR Game Fisher, 15 hp, good. $100, firm. doors below with 2 shelves. $300 r u n s (231)497-0283. (231)526-0893.

1998 FORD Ranger Raven fiberglass extended height truck topper with sliding windows. Gray. Great condition. $600. or best offer. 1996 FULL 38 piece set of checkerboard design Coke dinnerware. (231)420-0477. Plates, bowls, mugs and more. Mint BABY GRAND piano, Hamilton. 50 condition. $100. (989)350-2801. years old. Needs tuning. Make offer. (231)330-7852.



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BOWLING ALLEY 43â&#x20AC;? wide, 120â&#x20AC;? long, 2â&#x20AC;? to 3â&#x20AC;? deep. $25. (231)547-2481. CAMPFIRE RING (6) 37â&#x20AC;&#x2122;â&#x20AC;? diameter 5/16 thick. $60 each. (231)548-5482. CAMPING GEAR. Tents, stoves, heater, generator, cast iron pans, golf clubs, turkey cooker, electric trolling motor. $95 and less. (989)448-4319.(27)

2 PINTO Mopeds, 1979 and 1981, N e e d s w o r k $ 1 0 0 . e a c h . CAR RIMS For an Audi Type 1000. (231)675-8827. Miglia aluminum 5 spoke. $30. each. (231)881-0580. 3 WHEELED bike for handicap person . Big shop fan. Antique square CARPET CLEANER Hoover Steam washing machine. $100. each Vac, especially good with pets, (989)733-6434. brand new, still in box. Was $260 now $125. (231)622-8625. 8 FT fiberglass pick-up cap. $50.(231)881-7032. CEMENT MIXER with electric motor. $100. (231)529-6104 or 9N 4C 2000 MasterTow car dolly, (231)537-2254. $800. Antique cream separator McCormick. $150. (231)529-6733. CERAMIC MOLDS. Over 60 big and DINING ROOM table, blond oak small. $50. (231)582-3250. If no anpedestal, 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 5â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 11â&#x20AC;? extends to 9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. 4 AB LOUNGER $30. (231)881-0580. swer, please leave a message. leaves, seats 6 to 12, 6 matching chairs. $1,250. (231)529-6630. AIR COMPRESSOR 30 gallon. Pow- CHAINSAW GAS powered Poulan ers air tools. $199. (231)348-5825. saw, new in the box, 16" bar. $100. DOOR LOCKS: 65 Motel door locks. (231)373-0381. Make offer. Massage shower heads, AMMUNITION, 380 auto, FMJ, (65) excellent condition. $10. each. 95gr. 10 boxes (50 rounds each). CHEST FREEZER. Good condition. (906)643-7581. or (800)448-6285. $25 per box. (231)881-5086. $75. (231)525-8842.

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CHEST FREEZER 5 cu. ft., $75. Lionel train set, older, electric, complete, $50. (231)838-2542.

ECHO POWER-BLOWER $35 gas HOOSIER KITCHEN cabinet, origitrimmer four cycle Troy bilt $30 nal Oak. $500. Paddle boat $350. (231)548-2222 Remmington 1100 trap 12 gauge shot gun, excellent condition. $500. CHEST FREEZER 6 cu. ft., great con- ELECTRIC GUITAR with gig bag (989)733-6434. dition and works great. $100. Call and small amp, $85. Ab glider, $35. (231)330-7003, located in Boyne Kickboxing/punching bag, $45. ad- HOT TUB Hot SpringClassic Model. City. justable back weight bench, $20. Needs heater coil. $100. 2313478050. (231)373-4732. CHICKEN COOP / Rabbit Hutch. Portable. Includes watering bottles, HOUSE SHUTTERS brown vinyl. wood frame, metal roof, screened New in Package. 1 pair 14x35. 5 pair bottom. $50, best. (406)559-0971. ELECTRIC SCOOTERS for sale. Red 14x25. $50 for all, or best offer. Call Pronto MSI surestep hardly used (231)347-9527. COFFEE TABLE and matching end $600. One blue Quantum Pride 610 table, glass-top, like new. $100. lifts and reclines used four times (231)492-4242. original cost $16000 asking $800. One maroon Storm TDS four with INFLATABLE BOAT 8’ long, West COMPUTER DESK Sauder, with file large wheels in rear asking $400. Marine/Zodiac. Paid $1,100 new, drawer and organizer top, faux oak (231)582-5739 (231)675-6913. will sell for $350. (231)242-8153. finish. $20. (231)547-6679. INSIDE ROOM air conditioner. $99. COMPUTER DESK with hutch, $60. Sony 8 mm recorder camera. ComChild’s wooden kitchen set, with ENTERTAINMENT CENTER large plete outfit. $89. Wedgewood blue food, $40. (231)487-1645. solid wood, holds 30” TV with 2 countryside place settings. $30. large lower drawers, china cabinet (989)731-2918.(27) CORDLESS DRILLS (2) Skil, 3 chargon other end with extra bottom ers, (6) charger plugs, Black & JACABSON 2 Stage snowblower w/ Decker jump starter, 3 battery storage. $200. (231)330-3130. electric start. 8 horsepower 26” packs. All for $50. (231)373-4944. ENTERTAINMENT CENTER gold wide. Runs good. $100 or trade for Rototiller Pony. oak color, fits 36” TV, $100. Metal T r o y b i l t COUCH NICE cream colored fabric, dog crate, medium-size, 21x34, $50. 231-238-9000. good condition, must see. $50. (231)582-3550. (404)392-3740. KAYAK 16’ Eddyline, Calypso, exFILE CABINET 2-drawer, solid oak, cellent condition. Asking $1,000. COUCH. EXCELLENT condition. e x c e l l e n t shape. $ 7 5 . (231)347-3659. $50. Treadmill, 16” wide track, ex- (231)675-5566. cellent condition. $75. KEG REFRIGERATOR with tap, (989)731-1254.(24) FISHING POLES (3) vintage and homemade. $50. (231)439-5074. vintage Kennedy tacklebox. $100. COWBOY BOOTS men’s Dingo, (231)582-9795. KENMORE ELECTRIC dryer. Very 10D, like new fancy stitch, brass toe good condition. $75/best and heel plates. $50. (231)409-6298. FLOTATION BARRELS. $10/each. (989)705-1254.(24) (248)867-4837.(24) DECK FURNITURE by Telescope KENWOOD CAR stereo, brand new, from Reid’s. 2 chaise lounges, $40 FOUR NEW tires for price of Three - CD and radio, with remote, removeach. 4 chairs, $25 each, 3 end ta- $800 (Charlevoix area) able face, mount kit, USB port and bles, $20 each. Attractive. Brand New Michelin Tires - set of computer plug. $80. (231)340-0186. (231)409-8058. four Latitude Tour HP ZP 225/ KEROSENE HEATER. 5 gallon con50R19. Call 231-675-1696 DEHUMIDIFIER 30 pint capacity, 3 tainer. Used once. $50/firm. Bug fan speeds, automatic shutoff, and FREESTANDING BASKETBALL guard, fits late model Silverado, no automatic shutoff timer, garden hoop. Good condition. $75. Tricycle. d r i l l installation. $20. hose connector. $ 7 9 . Good condition. $10. 2 bike seats (989)350-8230. (231)348-7020. for toddlers. $10/each. (989)350-2596 ask for Sherry. DEPENDS UNDERWEAR unopened. Tabs: 1 Small, 2 Large, 2 FUEL PUMP with cradle, 300 gallon, Large CERTAINTY. Pull-Ons: 4 Small used. $65. (231)582-2958. DEPENDS, 2 Large CERTAINTY. $7. (231)547-3079. FUTON, WOODEN, great for spare room. Has flip up table on side underarm. Light wood color $100. Call (231) 330-3133.

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G FORCE 2400 portable generator, Briggs Stratton engine 5 HP. $400 firm. (231)439-3934. GAMES FOR PC. Call of Duty game. $8. Zoo Tycoon $5. (231)340-0417. GARAGE DOORS used. $100 each.. (231)838-1970.

DESK ANTIQUE wood, with courtroom matching chair. $250 or best GAS STOVE Detroit Jewel. (Detroit Michigan Stove Co.) Model 6512 offer. (231)838-9680. CGX. 4 burner top / oven / lower DINETTE SET Table with glass top. broiler unit. All in good working or4 upholstered chairs. $100. der. 36w x 25d x 36h. $325. (231)526-0893. (231)256-7984.

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chairs, new, beautiful wood with metal design, 1/2” beveled glass top, $350. Large leopard French chair, ivory color wood, $350. New EdenPure heater, never used, $100. Exterior door, white wood, used, $40. (231)392-6223.

Girls Clothes, 31 items, American Eagle, Hollister, Aeropostale. Size S/0 $60 231-563-3848. GLASS TOP coffee table. 45X18 $25. Yard chairs, white plastic $5. each. folding beach chair $10. (231)347-0366.

GOLDEN BEAR, Indian, Sears Flicker, by Bear, another Recurve DINING TABLE dark oak trestle ta- bow. $100 for all. Approximately ble with 6 chairs, no leaves, 5 0 0 VCR tapes. $100. heavy-set, $145. La-Z-Boy sleeper (989)742-2906.(24) sofa, mattress still in plastic, $200. Over the stove microwave, $40. GOLF CLUBS Men’s with Wilson (231)222-2127. bag. $50.00. DOG CAGE (231)347-7681.


$50. GRASS TRIMMERS corded, electric, Craftsman, $25. 17” gas trimmer, $30. (231)582-6294. D O U B L E J O G G I N G Stroller. Side-by-side InStep Safari, blue & HARLEY DAVIDSON Boots (great khaki, excellent condition. Asking shape), size 8-1/2 for $40. PS3 Game $100. Call (231)881-2530 after 5 MLB 11 THE SHOW (new) for $10. p.m. Call (231)758-2493.

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grill. $30. HARLEY-DAVIDSON t-shirt, gray, XL, new from Harley dealer in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. $25. Classifieds is where it’s at. (231)627-4406.


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LIGHT HOUSE collectibles. Over 20 Spoontique, Scaasis. $15. each or best offer. (231)529-2622



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PORCH SWING white wicker, 3-seat, Lloyd Flanders. $100. (231)838-7011, leave message.

LITTLE TIKE bike trailer. $75. PRE-FORMED CONCRETE steps, no cracks or chips $20. (231)881-2999. (231)838-5665. LITTLE TIKES Easy Store Large Pic- PS3 160GB, 2 controllers, move nic Table - seats up to 6 kids. $25. bundle, 3 wands, guns, and HDMI cable new over $500. Asking $250. (231)203-8656. (231)373-4732. LOUIS VUITTON handbags, (3), new. Asking $99 each. RAIN BIRD Maxi-Paw pop-up sprin(231)526-5788. klers, AG-5, only used several seasons. (10) for $60. (231)622-1085. LOVE SEAT green, double reclining, $100. (2) metal chairs, with thick REFRIGERATOR 1996 model, top green cushions, $20 each. freezer, white, good condition. $100. (231)238-4085. 231)439-0510.

TREADMILL PRECOR 9.1, variable speed and elevation, time, distance, calories used. Like new, little use. $500. (231)526-7713. TREK MYSTIC 20" girl's bike. Blue with flowers, ribbons. 1 year old. Great dhape. $100. (231)838-8553.

TROY-BILT CHIPPER/SHREDDER, MATTRESS AND box springs, dou- ROLLER BLADES: women’s size 8, Model CS4265, new condition, used ble-size, clean, comfortable. $50. like new, with knee, elbow and 20 minutes. $375. (231)838-6076. wrist guards. $25. (231)347-1638. (231)881-2054. TV 32” Toshiba, with remote, works SAFETSTEP SHOES. Lady’s 7-1/2. great, 10 years old. $25. Black. Oil and slip resistant. Brand (231)563-3848. new. $10. (989)705-1667 anytime.(24) TWO 25” TVs. Work great with satellite or cable. $25/each or best offer. SAFETY H A R N E S S $100.. (989)732-7215. (231)588-2018. TWO TWIN bed quilts with skirts. SEWING MACHINE cabinet, 34” x Like new. $25 (231)529-2622. 21” x 31”, extends to 68”, includes Singer Signature machine. $30. TY BEANIE Baby Kids. Approxi(231)529-6630. mately 25 Kids with various accesories and clothing. $75 231-582-2094 SIEMENS ULTRASENSE clothes MEDIA CABINET Beautiful dryer, electric 240, white, looks like VANITY TOP and sink, one piece, cottage-style, by Wrangler, 76” new. $100. (231)675-0341, Char- cultured marble, cream, recessed high, 50” wide, 23” deep, whiteoval, 25”x19”, new in box. $30. wash finish, 4-drawers. Will accom- levoix. (231)529-5787. modate 46” TV and components. SLEEPER SOFA 6 feet long brown Reduced to $200. (231)347-5254. plaid $100 (231)499-3225 VINTAGE SEWING-MACHINE Nicci MEN’S LEATHER jacket. Size large. SNOW BLOWER Ariens 824. New brand from the 1950s in a hardDark brown, zip-out lining. Beauti- listed as $1,200. Moving South, wood sewing desk with 3 drawers. ful. Like new. Lost weight. Paid must sell, excellent condition. $250. $75.00 231-459-8908 $500. Asking $80. Michaywe. (231)420-2003. WATER SKI, Obrien Slalom. World (989)350-5059.(27) Team Competition. Like new with SPICER U-JOINTS 1410 series, MEN’S SUITS size 38 to 40. (6) for g r e a s a b l e . ( 8 ) f o r $ 1 0 0 . case. $100. (231)526-6036. Harbor Springs. $65. (231)539-8194. (231)525-8077. MICHIGAN PALLET Painting, 40"x40", solid navy blue Michigan shape set in tan and white, one-of-a-kind. $40. (231)203-3975.

STAINLESS STEEL sink with single WEDDING DRESS white, embroihandle faucet. $50. 2 girl’s bicycles, dered top with around the neck child’s Huffy and Rand 10 speed. claspm size 13/14, $100. (231)536-7367. $15/each. (231)590-3468.

MONTY PYTHON on VHS, (2) box sets in original packaging. 12 tapes in all. $50 or best offer. (231)582-5770, Bay Township.

STAPLE AND nail gun, Power Shot, new, heavy-duty, E-Z squeeze, brad nails, staples and bags. Paid $125, sell for $70 or best offer. (231)529-8462.

WHIRLPOOL SELF cleaning oven. Super capacity. Great shape. $85. (231)347-6518. or (231)838-8450.

YARD SWING, made out of logs. (About 5 years old) $100. MOUNTAIN BIKE Ross, 21-speed with grip shift, real good shape. STROLLER PART of Chicco Key- (231)547-2265. Paid $600, will sell for $200. Fit30 TravelSystem. $85 Excellent (231)582-9795. condition and price, only used Super Savers three months. (231)347-1689. All ads run for 10 days in KIMBALL SPINET piano, beautiful MOWER ELECTRIC start self proThe Petoskey News-Review cherry wood with bench ( about 60 pelled. Runs and starts. $35. Heavy SWING SET: 6 foot side, pull up bar, duty 20 foot aluminum extension and swing. 4 x 4 construction. $100. years old). $500. (231)526-7713. Items priced: ladder. $50. (231)547-4786. Good condition. (231)487-0648 KING SIZE bed frame. $25 • $100 & under (231)549-8080. NATIVE AMERICAN basket $90. TABLE SAW portable, 10” CraftsMaximum 20 words...Free. (231)348-5906. man, 2-1/2 hp, double insulated, KITCHEN SINK old cast-iron sink • $101-$500 $12 very good condition. $100. with working garbage disposal at- NEW UNCUT Graphite Design Tour (231)348-3146. tached. $70. (231)526-2824. AD BB-6 Regular Flex Shaft never • $501-$1,000 $17 been installed 45" Shaft GDI $100. TARP 40X60 blue poly tarp, new in KITCHEN TABLE oak, oval, 4’ wide 404-392-3740. box. $100. (231)838-2123. x 5’ long, $100. Brand New by Camo Reach 38,000 readers Ridge, orange/camo, reversible OFFICE CHAIR on wheels, swivel TEA SET child’s late 1800s apwith the Saturday jacket, $30. ( 231)536-7367. and padded. $25. Shop vacuum praised $550 sell for $300. Strand of News-Review $10. Toaster oven 18X11 $15. pearls necklace appraised $400 sell LADY’S 12 speed Murray Bio Tech (231)347-0366. $175. (231)548-2222 For only $5 more add the mountain bike, Comfort Touring Charlevoix Courier, saddle, water bottle with cage, OFFICE CHAIRS waiting room/con- TIRES (4) Yokohama Geolandar Gaylord Herald Times or barely used. $ 1 0 0 / b e s t . ference room chairs. $20 each. 215/65R16. $30. (231)373-0203. The Gaylord Markeplace (989)732-4630. (231)675-9073. TIRES DUNLOP Grandtrek A21 -Set LAWN MOWER Ryobi 6.5 hp OUTBOARD MOTOR 7-1/2 hp Mer- of four tires, good condition, 9/32 Prices are for 20 words or less. self-propelled, $40. Stihl FSE 60 cury. $500. (231)881-1113. $1 more for tread. 265x70x16. $100. electric grass trimmer, $50. Stihl EACH additional 5 words. (231)330-2456. BG85 gas-powered blower, $75. Call PADDLE WHEELER paddle boat. Seats 4 people. Good condition. TOOLS, SOME electric, variety, tool (231)526-1557. Sorry, no pets or business ads. $250/best. (989)731-0930. chests. Hardware, nails, screws, etc. (231)347-2544 LAWN ROLLER. $50. Pull behind Jack stands, tarp, kitty litter, more lawn spreader. $75. All for behind a PATIO TABLE $75. 4 chairs, with items. $1-$50. (989)732-1821. cushions, $50 for all. Umbrella, $25. lawn tractor. (989)786-2177.(27) Matching lounge chair, with cush- TOYOTA 16" Highlander Rims and Fuel & Firewood LAWN VACUUM 5 1/2 HP with 6 ion, $50. (231)459-4210. Tires. Four at $25 each. 10 PULP cord seasoned wood, 3-4 inch suction hose. Craftsman pro(231)525-8417. pulp cord seasoned cut wood; fessional. $700. or best offer. PET SAFE little dog remote trainer. $900. You haul. (231)838-7807. 8-40 pounds. Paid $130. Asking TRACE ADKINS concert tickets, (231)547-3458. $80/best. (989)350-2858. Interlochen, Friday, July 26th. (2) for AX MAN LIMITED TIME SPECIAL LEATHER JACKETS chaps, vest, all $50. (231)838-5665. Hardwood, cut, split and stacked, size larger, women’s boots, size 7. POOL TABLE standard, 8’. $100. $65 a cord. Unsplit, discounted (3) helmets, medium to large. All for (231)330-4483. TRAILER TIRE 10” 5 lug with wheel. price. Forest management services $200 or best offer. Sold our Harley. New. $90/best. Set of left hand golf available. (231)881-6995. PORCELAIN DOLLS. Bride $25. Di- clubs. $25. (989)786-7980. (231)347-6781. ana $35. Jackie Kennedy $35. Dog Get your bargain on. LEVI JEANS, boys size 28x28. Great kennels, large $30, medium $25. Pet TWIN BED two mattresses hardly Check out the classifieds. shape. 7 for $40. (231)330-5171. carrier $20. Jan, (989)732-2325. used $65. (231)529-2622.



BOYNE CITY: 770 Wildwood Ridge Trail, (off of Wildwood Harbor), Saturday only, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Boyd's Bear collectibles, pictures, frames, dishwasher, bathroom vanity, Refirbished furniture, large and Christmas goodies, older bike, small dining tables and chairs, mo- working electronics, clothes, speaksaic tables, foot stools, wicker tables ers, original framed photos, and lots and chairs, rugs, carpets, artwork. more. Also a variety of homemade jams. CHARLEVOIX: 12752 Castle Pines ALANSON: 10739 Parke Rd., (2 Ln., (Pine Bluff Estates on M-66), miles off M-68), Saturday, 8:30 a.m. July 26 & 27, Friday and Saturday, to 3 p.m. MOVING SALE. Home 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sports equipment, contents and pole barn sale. An- sports cards, Effanbee Dolls, vintage tique corner cabinet, oak bookshelf, buttons, jewelry, M&M collection, antique library table, recliner, log electronics, game systems, furniture dining table and 2 chairs, dishes, & much more! linens, lamps, picture frames, art books, art supplies, pottery, oil COTTAGE ITEMS and antiques sale paintings, artwork, treadmill, lawn at storage unit in Petoskey. Starting and garden and more. July 22 thru July 28. For information call Cindy at (517)862-8896. ALANSON: 6535 Honeysette Rd., July 26-27, 8am-5pm. Appliances, gas dryer, tools, band saw and miscellaneous.

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BAY HARBOR 5th Annual Yard Sale Friday, July 26th - 4 to7 p.m. Main Parking Lot More Info (231)439-2700 BOYNE CITY: 620 Anderson Rd., Friday and Saturday, 10:00 to 6:00. Household and holiday items, furniture, canning jars, fishing items and much more. BOYNE CITY: 03220 Terrace Rd., (Springwater Beach Rd.), Saturday, 8 to 5, Sunday, 10 to 3. NICE STUFF SALE!! Collectibles, antiques, pictures, bedding, inflatable boat, kites, books, pool cleaner, etc. BOYNE CITY: 1223 Jefferson St., Friday and Saturday, 9 to 3. MAN STUFF! Tools, cables, 8’ reel mower, flares. 2 wagon loads. Too much to list!!

EAST JORDAN: 3594 Pesek Rd., (M-32 east from town, about 4 miles, turn left on Pesek), Friday, 8 to 5, Saturday, 8 to 2. MOVING SALE. Woodstove, LP gas freezer, truck toolbox, fishing gear, air compressor, power and hand tools, furniture, appliances, many more items too numerous to mention.

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Call for appointment. Entire contents of storage unit must go. Asking $600. New and used bar stools, chairs, futon, snow shoes, sporting equip, boating equip, new screen doors, patio furniture, and a lot more. Come see it and take it away! ELMIRA: 07169 Reynolds Rd., (off of Call (231)838-4530 Camp Ten Rd.), Friday and Saturday, 9 to 5. Girl’s bike, tree stand, TV stand, kid’s kitchen set, toys, books, name-brand clothes, much more. HARBOR SPRINGS: 2413 Greenbriar, (Birchwood), Saturday and ESTATE SALE. Atwood area. 1 Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. ESTATE mile north of Friske’s off US-31, SALE. High quality furniture, Stanley turn onto Richardson Road, 1 dining set, entertainment center, mile to Old Dixie Highway, turn armoire, buffet, several upholstered left for sale. Watch for signs. July pieces, rugs and more. 27 and 28, 9am. China cabinet HARBOR SPRINGS: 588 State and shelves, marble top tables, Street, (in town), Saturday, 9 to 3. Drexel bedroom and living room Household, young women’s furniture, glass top table and clothes, tools, and old things. No chairs, dining set, lamps, antique early sales! tools, quilts, silver, china, glass, pottery, art, designer clothes and HARBOR SPRINGS: 110 Birch furs, cameras, deer hides, lots Court, Friday and Saturday, 8:30 to EAST JORDAN: 300 Norton St. (1/2 more. Visit Busy Bridge Gifts and noon. Accessories (belts, scarves, mile north of stoplight, take Hugh A n t i q u e s on f a c e b o o k . jewelry, purses, etc), coats, sweatSt. across from yellow condos), Fri(231)536-3511. Don’t miss this ers, Christmas and home decor. day and Saturday, 9 to 4. Oak dining sale! room table with 6 chairs, piano, HARBOR SPRINGS: 324 Loveland Ping-Pong table, recliner, large oak Dr., (Hidden Hamlet at Nubs Nob), computer desk, lots of teen girl GASLIGHT ANTIQUES Friday and Saturday, July 26 and clothing. & COLLECTIBLES 27, 9 to 3. Huge Multi-family Sale. Washer, dryer, lots of furniture, Reopened EAST JORDAN: (near east side of bunk beds, kitchen items, tools, General line antiques including: Ironton Ferry), 2880 Sanderson Rd., pool table, ski equipment. primitive, rustic, wicker, dishes, Friday, 9 to 3, Saturday, 9 to 1. pottery, mid-century modern. Multi-family. Household, guy stuff, futon, much more. Free items. Summer, Fall 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. HARBOR SPRINGS: 6607 PleasantEAST JORDAN: 00039 Thursday thru Monday view Rd., (Country Knolls), Sunday, Zha-Wa-Noong, (off Ranney Rd.), Monday, Tuesday, 10 to 4. MOVING Closed August 2-4 for Friday and Saturday, 10 to 4. A little Petoskey Antique Show SALE! Wicker, piano, chests of drawbit of everything. Clothing, toys, ers, treadmill, antiques, Arrowback books, kid’s items, knickknacks, etc. 7116 N. US-31, Levering chairs, willow rocker, old records (2 miles north of blinker) and so forth. (231)526-7713.

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HARBOR SPRINGS: 7645 Bay BOYNE CITY: 919 Pleasant Ave., Meadows Dr., (off Bester), Saturday, (garage is in back of house), Friday 9 to 5, Sunday, 1 to 5. Multi-family and Saturday, 9 to 5. A little bit of garage sale. Lots of miscellaneous everything. from baby items to adult, etc.


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HARBOR SPRINGS: 8675 Mink Road, Friday and Saturday, 9 to 4. GARAGE/POLE BARN SALE. Electrical supplies, tools and more tools, household items, electronics, hardware, yard equipment, camping equipment, light fixtures.

HUGE SALE! August 2,3,4 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

*** 2 miles north of Moving Mates Harbor Springs- Look 4 signs *** BUILDING #1: all things kid (car seats to snowboards) BUILDING #2: all things household (incl. holiday) BUILDING #3: furniture, doors/ windows, plumbing, lighting, building supplies ALSO: farm equipment, tools, barnwood/beams, equine

PETOSKEY: 3127 Cedar Valley Rd., Saturday and Sunday, 9 to 5. Pool table, scooter, lots of baby items, kid’s and adult clothing, toy, homemade crafts, lot more. Also introduction to Vemma Health Products. Serving coffee in the morning. Come join us!

PETOSKEY: 421 Emmet St., (Shadetree Studio), Friday, 9 to 5, Saturday, 9 to 3. Stained glass, books, antiques, and more. Something for everyone. Don’t miss it!

PETOSKEY: 5535 US HWY 131 South. Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10 to 5. Tools, kitchen, household items, Louis L’Amour Wild West book collection, Cooking Club of America cookbooks collection, North American Hunting cookbooks collection (wild game, fish). INDIAN RIVER: 179 S. Straits Hwy., Civil War 5 game board set. (From Friday and Saturday, 8 to 6. the history channel) and much Four-family garage sale. Bar stools, more. household items, linens, bone PETOSKEY: 6610 E. Mitchell Rd. china cups and saucers, clothes, Thursday - Sunday. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. books, VHS tapes, wall pockets, etc. Antiques, collectable, household items, and furniture.

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Saturday, 2 to 5 p .m. 7405 Liegl Court, Alanson (off N. Conway Rd) 25% to 30% off all in-stock merchandise FREE SHIPPING ALL NEW SHOW ORDERS Prizes, tasting samples (231)347-7464

PETOSKEY: 514 Waukazoo, Saturday, 9 to 4. Stop by on your way to Sidewalk Sales. Dr's couch, oak computer desk, some vintage PETOSKEY: 800 Regent Dr., Satur- items, toys, bikes, puzzles, clothes day, 9 to 5, Sunday noon to 5, Mon- and more. day and Tuesday, 5 to 8. Moving Find Super Savers in Classifieds! Sale. 40 years in the Making.

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PETOSKEY: 1415 Cedar Valley Rd.., Friday, 9 a.m. -5:30 p.m., Kids clothes, some adult plus, toys, stroller and more. Great prices to move.

WALLOON LAKE: 4224 M 75 North. Saturday, July 27, 9 to 3. Huge Barn Sale. Shabby , cottage, antique, and primitive furniture and smalls. Vintage Ephemera, mixed media, jewelry making and scrape book supplies, architectural salvage pieces, perennials, dried, and garden goods.

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WOLVERINE: 11646 South Straits HWY. Thursday - Saturday 10 to 5. Huge Garage Sale. Tools, house ware, and 24 foot Sea Ray project boat. Last weekend.

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Houses for Sale

CHUNK WOOD seasoned hardwood, 8 cord load, needs to be split. $225, delivered locally. $300 Gaylord area. (231)350-0345.

PETOSKEY IN-TOWN 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1-1/2 car garage. Beautiful private backyard, many perrenials and herb gardens, 1,600 sq. ft., finished basement, pellet stove, swedFIREWOOD HARDWOOD sea- ish sauna, large private upper deck soned, dry, cut and split, 8 cords. (10x20) off master bedroom. Path Y o u h a u l . $ 5 0 a c o r d . thru backyard to the new River (231)348-2035. Walk, corner of Curtis Park. $159,000. (231)330-3499. FIREWOOD SPECIAL 100% hardwood, cut, split, delivered. CharLake Homes & Frontlevoix and Emmet Counties. $60 a age cord. Limited time. (231)313-3740. 3 BEDROOM newer cottage for sale. 145â&#x20AC;&#x2122; frontage on a large lake Wood Stoves/ Heatsystem in Ontario, Canada. Great ing Acces. fishing, hunting, swimming. Call for TIRED OF paying the gas company more information, (989)448-4319. for heating fuel? Come and see our alternate heating stoves at 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122; BOAT slip and condo on CheKW FEEDS booth, Walloon Lake An- boygan River, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, tique Show, July 25 thru July 28 at garage, carport. No bridges. 1/4 Flywheelers Showground, north of mile to Lake Huron. $158,900. Boyne Falls, on US-131. For more (231)282-0592. info call (989)429-3281.




Fresh Foods/Produce

BILLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FARM MARKET Peaches n Cream sweet corn, sweet cherries, blueberries (5 or 10 lb. box), raspberries, Honeyrock melons, fresh cut flowers, red or white potatoes, sugar snap peas, spinach, C R O O K E D LAKE stunning horseradish, honey, maple syrup. 4 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, 3,122 sq. ft., (231)347-6735. quality throughout, all the features you want. A must see! $559,000. LOCALLY RAISED beef sold by Owner, (231)347-1875. hanging weight. $3.25/pound or by the box, $50 and $75. Box consists CROOKED LAKE cottage for sale by of hamburger, steaks, roasts. Con- owner 1 bedroom, 1 bath, furtact Skop Farms, (231)340-0134. nished, good rental history. $75,000. 231- 838-4685. RASPBERRIES You pick. 4546 Quick Road, Harbor Springs. (231)526-6068, Curtis Lightfoot. ESTATE SALE RASPBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, raspberries. Ready picked $5/quart. Pick your own $4/quart. Goebelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Farm East Jordan. (231)536-7615 or (231)499-4915 cell.

SWEET AND tart cherries. Ready to pick. $1.50/pound. Rosenthal Orchards, 03724 Barnard Road, Charlevoix. (231)547-4350. Open Sunday through Friday, 8am-6pm. Closed Saturdays. Great family fun!

YOU PICK black sweet cherries. US-31, 9 miles south of Charlevoix, to Richardson Rd., turn right 1 mile. (231)547-8997.

YOU PICK red raspberries, Resort Gardens. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 8 am to 11 am. 940 Resort Pike Rd. Call (231)347-1754 with questions.



50+ acres, 1-1/2 miles of waterfront on Lake Superior and Chippewa River. 30 min. N of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Canada's best fishing and abundant wildlife. A two bedroom guest house, furnished, complete with large garage. Totally fenced and gated. Miles of roads and trails. Easy access off of Hwy. 17N. Well, phone and electricity. $710,000 JOHN THOMPSON, REALTOR, 705-949-5540

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TABLE SAW (small) Delta or Homecraft wanted. Good working condition. (231)627-5222.

WANTED: SNOWMOBILES running or not, 1996 and newer, up to $500, will consider older, (269) 838-0395.

Income/Investment Property

INVESTORS DREAM! 40 acre site condo/infrastructure/plan completed/recorded. Borders Emmet Co & Indian River. Asking $170,000. MAKE AN OFFER! Call Roxie at Prudential Real Estate (231)838-4656.





Real Estate Wanted

LAND CONTRACT wanted on $30,000 (or less) home, in Mackinac City area. (248)398-4739. LOOKING TO RENT: Professional person, non smoker, with dog, looking for 2 to 3 bedroom, beginning September. I have good references. In Petoskey area. (231)881-0714.

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Lots & Acreage STORAGE BUILDING wanted for 4 ACRES beautiful views, rolling 45â&#x20AC;&#x2122; motor home. On paved road, hills, 8 miles north of Boyne High- Petoskey area. (231)838-7445. lands, 2929 N. Pleasantview Rd. RV Condominiums for pad, driveway. $25,000. Must Sell! Sale/Rent (231)547-4350 or (231)547-8055. BOYNE CITY 2 bedroom, 2nd floor AWESOME VIEWS! Petoskey condo, quiet adult association. No schools. 7+ acres. Fronts on 2 pets. Available now. Shared launpaved roads. Asking $43,500. Possi- dry, air. $600/month plus electric ble L/C terms. Call Roxie heat, $500 deposit. Year lease. (231)838-4656 Prudential Real Es- (517)227-1967. tate, E. Mitchell, Petoskey. YEAR-ROUND RENTAL Burt Lake GOTTA SEE 10 acre parcel off Wild- cottage, fully furnished, 3 bedroom, wood Harbor Rd., 1 mile out of 1 bath, on north Arm of west side of Boyne City in area of upscale Burt Lake. Washer, dryer, dishhomes. Open acres, ready to build. washer, living room, kitchen, fireDeep hardwoods, ready to hike or place, year-round sunroom, decks, hunt. $39,500. FSBO, (231)582-4686. boat slip, swim area. 2-car parking All electric. Cable included. $950 a month plus electric. (419)236-6616.


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UNIQUE LAKE access lot on Burt Lake south shore, 100â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x285â&#x20AC;&#x2122; lot with deeded boardwalk access. $64,900. (231)282-0592.


Business Property for Rent

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE: 120 Water St., downtown Boyne City. 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x16â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, includes: air, electricity, internet, close parking, private storage room. Wheelchair accessible. Contact Wes Dilworth (231)582-6886.

Houses for Sale

New Today 3 BEDROOM 1.5 bath stick-built ranch home just 3 miles from Petoskey. Hardwood floors, natural fireplace, finished walkout basement. 2050 sq. ft. New roof, furnace. 2.2 acre lot with mature trees. $188,000. (231)347-1774.


Apartment/Duplex for Rent

CHARLEVOIX IN-TOWN 1 bedroom apartment. $375/month, some utilities included. No pets. (231)547-6592. CHARLEVOIX NORTHSIDE location. 1 bedroom log cabin. Water, sewer, lawncare and snowplowing included. No pets. $450 to $550 a month. Call Greg Bryan at RE/MAX. (231)547-9980. PETOSKEY EFFICIENCY $475. 1 bedroom, $545. Sleeping room, $345. No pets or smoking. References. Deposit. Year lease. (231)347-8851. PETOSKEY AND Conway 1 and 2 bedroom units, $600 and up. Includes major utilities. Lease. No pets/smoking. (231)347-3133 or (231)838-1111.

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PETOSKEY NICE 2 bedroom, 1 bath with 2 parking spaces. Close to hospital. $660 monthly plus electric. Call: Jack VanTreese & Assoc. (231)347-3943.

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Autos for Sale

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1983 MERCEDES Benz 220. 4 door sedan, 4 cylinder. 70,000 miles. Forest Green. Original owner, good condition. Never used winter. $3,500. or best offer. (202)641-3404.

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1986 PONTIAC Sunbird Turbo convertible, 64,000 original miles, asking $3,400 or best offer. 2002 Saturn, red, 3-door, 97,000 miles, $4,400 or best. 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carol SS, official pace car, $6,450 or best offer. (989)619-1120 or (231)549-1225.


Autos for Sale

2010 CHEVROLET Traverse LTZ, AWD, loaded including navigational system and TV, 7 passenger, 63,000 highway miles. Black with gray interior. $24,500. (231)526-9946.

2002 DODGE Stratus, excellent condition. New tires, new stereo, 137,000 miles, leather. $3,000. (231)881-1438.

2010 SILVER Forester. 2.5i X Model. Super Clean! Hitch & AWD. 37,700 Miles. 17,995. Call Subaru by the Bay, 231-347-6038. 2011 CHEVROLET Equinox LS, AWD, 19,000 miles, loaded, CarFax. Warranty. Silver. $22,500. Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Used Cars. (231)536-7953.

2003 HONDA Accord EX-L. Leather, power moon. New rear brakes. 99,000 miles. Book value $9,875. 2011 CHEVY Traverse LT, AWD, Sale price $ 8 , 9 9 5 . dark blue. Leather heated seats, sun (231)548-2192 roofs and roof rack, 8 passenger. 66,000 miles. $19,800. 2003 MUSTANG Mach 1. Excellent (231)838-1430 (Harbor Springs). condition, red exterior, charcoal interior. 10,000 original miles, V8, 2011 MALIBU Black, Ebony interior, under 28,000 miles, Onstar, Sirius, automatic, spotless, adult driven. Blue Tooth, power driver seat. 6 $18,000. (231)237-0243. speed auto, extended warranty 0 deductible. $13,500. (231)622-5253.

2003 WHITE Outback. 6 cyl, leather, moonroof, and AWD! Very Nice! 117,000 Miles. 8,995. Call 2012 CHEVY Impala LT, automatic, air, bucket seats, power locks & winSubaru by the Bay, 231-347-6038. dows, tilt, cruise, rear defrost, AM/FM disc, aluminum wheels, 18,000 miles. $16,995. Budget Rent-A-Car. (231)437-3501. 2013 HYUNDI Elantra GLS, 4 door, metallic gray, 35 MPG, with preferred package, 21,000 miles, excellent condition. $17,500. 2004 GRAND Prix GT,230,000 miles (231)288-0106. Monsoon Audio, heated leather, new tires, brakes, etc. $3,100 or best offer. (248)660-7765. 2005 CADILLAC Escalade 97,000 miles. Black with tan leather, loaded, clean, very good condition. $14,550. (231)330-1483. Petoskey. 2005 CHEVROLET Impala, remote start, cruise, air, power windows and locks, no rust or dents. New brakes, newly serviced. Reasonable miles. $6,450. (231)347-8870.

AUDI 2008 convertible Cabriolet A4. Quattro 52,000 miles. 9,000 on new tires. Alpaka Beige/ Beige roof. Garaged, spotless. Winter rims/ snow tires. (231)549-3344.


THE LARGEST SELECTION OF TRUCKS & SUVS IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN 2005 HYUNDAI Elantra GLS 4 door Easy terms. Low down payment. sedan. Only 85,000 miles. Power Most monthly payments under SENIORS 55+ a new choice! Now, windows, locks. Cruise, tilt, CD, ice $200. 24 month warranties senior-only apartments in Boyne 1986 VOLKSWAGEN GTI 57,000 cold air. 32mpg. $5,995. available on all vehicles. Hunoriginal miles. Runs good needs midreds of vehicles & thousands of City or Petoskey. Quiet, upscale, nor work. $1900 or best offer (231)548-2192. happy customers. FREE GAS newer. $575-$720. Free Heat! Pho(231)330-3113 CALL RICH (989)306-3656 tos on-line. Call (231)622-2004. 2006 FORD Focus ZX4, 34 mpg, 5-speed, new clutch and brakes. RENT-TO-OWN A SPACIOUS 1 bedroom apartment, Great dependable car! 117,000 2001 Cavalier Walloon Lake area. $600 a month, miles. $4,600. (231)582-7930. split utilities. (231)838-3444. 2006 PONTIAC Solstice, only 5,000 miles, 5-speed, one owner, black on Houses for Rent black. Just like new! $16,900. Edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in 2 BEDROOM 1 bath, garage, on 20 East Jordan. (231)536-7953. acres, 3 outbuildings, in Brutus, 15 $50 Down * $50/ Week 1989 MERCEDES 560 SL, excellent minutes north of Petoskey. $875 Bad Credit-No Credit-No problem! condition, both soft and hard tops, www. plus utilities and security. No smok- born in Germany, raised in Florida. 2006 SAAB 9-3 Arc. Automatic. 2.0L Turbo 4 cylinder. 2nd owner. All reing, Canine friendly. (616)260-3486. In Petoskey 1-888-774-2264 $16,000. (231)526-9241. cords. Recent brakes/rotors, new CHARLEVOIX 3 bedroom, 2 bath, battery within last year. Loaded. Classic/Specialty 2-car garage. Security deposit plus 1996 DEVILLE, dark indigo w/ bur- $8,500. (616)307-2449. Autos gundy interior, 167,000 miles, runs 1st and last monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rent, plus utiligreat, trailer hitch, northstar. $2500. 2007 JEEP Commander Sport 4X4. ties. $1,000/month. Year lease. (231)582-6736. 91,000 miles, great condition, (231)547-6600, (231)547-4046. loaded. New tires $10,900. 1997 MAZDA Miata Convertible. HARBOR SPRING furnished 2 bed(231)631-5241. Seller motivated. Excellent condition. Includes extras. room, 2.5 bath, private association, miles. $4,900. minutes to town. Filtered lake view, 6 6 , 0 0 0 tennis/beach access. Available Se- (231)347-1077. tember to June 2014. $1,200/month 1998 FORD Insulated Cargo Van. plus utilities. (760)393-1030. 166,000 miles. Very good condition. 1929 Ford Model A Sport Coupe Needs new spark plugs. $3,000. with rumble seat. Beautiful dark (231)838-1085. green. Restored. Needs seat covers Ony $16,500. HARBOR SPRINGS close to golf, 3 1999 DODGE Intrepid. Runs very 2007 MAZDA Miata MX5 converti- and top. bedroom, 2-1/2 bath, all appliances. well. Crack in lower part of wind- ble. Florida clean. Blue. 44,000 (231)347-2905. No pets, no smoking. $800 a month s h i e l d . $1,500 or b e s t . miles. Sharp. $13,995. Lewiston 1948 FORD Super Deluxe Coupe. plus utilities. Year lease. Available (989)350-0567 or (989)448-2412. Auto Sales, (989)786-4712 Solid car runs and drives well. Many August 1st. (231)838-0301. new and used spare parts. Plus PETOSKEY 3 bedroom, 2 bath spare engine. $7,500. 2008 CHEVY Malibu. 104,000 miles. ranch, remodeled kitchen, attached (231)627-7465. 3.5 Liter V6, white, Runs great, well garage, large lot, basement. $1,050 2000 FORD Explorer green four a month, immediate occupancy. wheel drive automatic air good maintained. Gets 30 miles to the 1950 CHRYSLER Windsor, Quaker condition 110,000 miles $4000. gallon. $8,900. (231)330-3231. 369 Sunset. (248)982-0094. gray, 2-door, Club Coupe. 45,826 (231)347-8927 original miles. Interior 100% origi2008 FORD Fusion SEL. Excellent nal, all new chrome. $14,750. PETOSKEY 1 to 2 bedroom, 1 bath, overlooks bay, parks. Laundry. No 2000 FORD Taurus SE. Good condi- condition and fully loaded, silver (231)544-6684. tion. 141,000 miles. New tires. Miniexterior, black/red leather interior. tobacco/pets, references. $575. a mal rust/wear. $2,000. Call 9 1 , 0 0 0 miles. $10,950. month. (231)838-6784. (231)620-8599. (231)881-8703.

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Storage Space for Rent

2001 VOLKSWAGEN Passat, 4 door, automatic, V6, full power PRIVATE STORAGE space for rent pack, good gas mileage, 100,000 on yearly basis. Large boat or RV. miles. No problems, nice running. 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x42â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Harbor S p r i n g s . $4,450. (231)838-2837. (812)259-1662. 2005 FORD Escape XLT, 4X4, 4 STORAGE UNITS Charlevoix Mini Cylinder, Automatic, air, power Storage, (231)547-5838, Closed locks & windows, AM/FM DISC, Thursdays. leather interior, sun roof, cruise. $7995. Budget Rent-A-Car. (231)437-3501.


Farm Equipment

GAYLORD. OFFICE building at prime location on South Otsego Avenue just south of McCoy Road. Updated interior, spacious parking, pleasant setting. Lawn care, garBEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom, 2 bath bage pickup and snow removal in- MASSEY FERGUSON Tractor for ranch in town, attached 2 car ga- cluded. Call Paul Gunderson at the sale. Runs good. $3,200. Call Herald T i m e s , (231)584-3588. rage, fenced private yard, screen G a y l o r d porch, Trex deck, and much more. (989)732-1111. (231)348-5133. Livestock & Feeds PETOSKEY GASLIGHT District. BREVOORT LAKE Upper Peninsula, Lake Street. Professional one room HAY FOR sale. Large round bales. 3 bedroom, 1 bath cottage, stone office, 400 sq. ft. Includes AC, all (231)342-7566. Leave message. fireplace, deck, storage shed, 100 x utilities, parking, and cleaning. (231)347-6870. 740 ft. lot. (906)293-8770.


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PETOSKEY Connable Apartments, 2 bedroom, storage unit, near hospital. 1 year lease, application and security required. No smoking/pets. $550 plus utilities. (906)643-8702.

1940 FORD Tractor with loader, $1,800. 9N 4C 2000 MasterTow car CHARLEVOIX NEWLY remodeled dolly, $800. Antique cream separaMcCormick $150. office space 800 to 1,600 sq. ft., with t o r convenient parking. (231)547-4486. (231)529-6733.

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE space in attractive downtown building on E. Mitchell St., Petoskey. 318 sq. ft. $400. 610 sq. ft, $750 (utilities included). Open to inside hallway. Call Steve, (231)330-1672.


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BRITTANY PUPPIES. AKC. Champion bloodlines. Orange and white. Good hunters, pets. Ready now. Starting $500. Also available St. Bernard puppies starting August 1. (231)229-4278, (616)648-8190.

PUPPIES AKC Shih-Tzu's (Males & Females) Ready Now for Forever ALANSON 1 bedroom in town, near Homes. Ready July 9th for Forever new post office. $395. plus utiliites H o m e s . H y p e r A l l e r g e n i c , per month. References. Available Vet-Checked, Up-to-Date on Shots, & Raised In Home. 231-627-2737 immediately. (231)633-3397. Leave Message. CHARLEVOIX IN-TOWN 1 bed- room, $575, 2 bedroom, $675. FREE HEAT, WATER. Laundry, seasonal SHICHON PUPPIES 7 weeks, 2 pool. No pets. App. fee, credit, lease, males, first shots, wormed, dewclaws removed. $375 each. deposit. Call (231)459-6340. 231)920-5535. CHARLEVOIX 1 bedroom, close to downtown. No smoking, no pets. Autos for Sale $450 per month, includes water/sewer. 1 year lease required. Call (810)919-2844.



Housing BABY JOGGER stroller wanted, CLEAN . Also looking for amazingly 2000 28X56 Manufactured home. 4 beautiful baby crib and high chair. bedroom 2 bath, central, all appliances. $29,900 Call Sales office (248)760-3955. (231)547-0743. BOYNE CITY BRICKS Wanted: excellent to great condition Please BOYNE CITY Lakeview Village Park, call (231)547-9440 or (231)582-7511 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, central air, Leave detailed message. Write to fully furnished, double carport, overlooking lake. Excellent condition, great vacation or year-round. $28,500. (386)615-8319. BUYING MILITARY ITEMS BOYNE CITY 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 CIVIL WAR THRU WWII bath, large screened porch, carport, Also buying antiques by workshop/shed. Set-up in Lakeview piece/houseful. Call (231)313-8102. Village park. Great vacation or year-round. $19,900. (231)675-2002. BUYING RED pine, wood lots 3 acres and up. Top dollar prices paid. CONWAY COMMONS 4 miles East (231)587-5388. of Petoskey. Senior 55 plus remodeled home for sale, lease, lease opI BUY junk cars and trucks. $100 tion to buy. $12, 000 or $650 small, and $300 large. Call month. (231)347-6900. (231)218-3815.






1967 CHEVROLET Corvair. Plum 2008 GOLD Outback. 93,900 Miles, color. 84,000 actual miles. AutoAWD! Really Nice! 13,995. Call matic. Everyday driver. Original Subaru by the Bay, 231-347-6038. color. Runs great. $5,000. Lewiston Auto Sales, (989)786-4712. 2008 VOLKSWAGEN GTI Turbo, 4-door, 89,639 miles, manual, grey, 1967 DISASSEMBLED Triumph-4A. moon roof. $13,500 Call/Text 98 percent complete. Parts or all. (231)838-9501. $1,500. (231)599-2733.


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1973 CORVETTE Convertible, 350 Automatic, power steering/brakes, air, alloys, both tops, white, black interior, 80K actual miles, owned 13 years. $19,500. (231)622-2347.

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Pickups/Vans & SUVs

1998 FORD F-150 4x4 extended cab. 106,000 miles. 5 speed, 4.6 liter. Power windows/locks. New clutch. Book value $7,000. $4,450. (231)548-2192. 1999 DODGE Cargo Contractor Van. 1/2 ton, 6 cylinder, big side windows. 85,000 miles. Looks, runs great. Great mileage. $2650. (231)675-4276.

1974 MGB Roadster, older complete restoration, new interior, top and tires. Great summer driver. $7,500 or best offer. (231)526-7305, Conrad.

1976 MERCURY Monarch 2 door sedan. California car. No rust. 6 cylinder. 3 speed. Sport wheels. All original. $2,995 or best offer. (989)732-7431.

1979 MGB convertible, black, low miles, new top, excellent condition. $6,000. (231)582-4088.

2000 GRAND Caravan, V6, 7-passenger, recent brakes and tires, fully serviced, runs excellent, 100,000 miles. $2,650. (231)838-2837.


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1997 Adventurer 34, Class A, gas, motor home, sleeps 6, new awnings, brakes, hydraulics, microwave/convection oven. Less than 50,000 miles. $17,950. (231)242-4400.

1941 CHRIS-CRAFT 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; utility, totally restored. Trophies. Mooring 2004 LINCOLN Navigator 7 passen- cover and trailer. $16,000. ger, V8, automatic, air, moon roof, (231)622-4833 full power, leather interior, naviga1999 JAYCO Designer Series fifth tion, AIR, AM/FM disc, aluminum wheel Model 3030. Purchased new wheels. $10,999. Budget in 2000. Very good condition. Rent-A-Car. (231)437-3501. Stored inside winters. Rear kitchen, 2001 DODGE Ram, 4x4, extended queen bed, slide out, dinette, cab, 180,000 miles. Good condition, gas/electric water heater and refrigwith aluminum topper. $5,000. erator. A/C and awning. $6,900. (231)537-2692. 2007 DODGE Ram 1500 SLT, quad (989)732-5422. cab, 5.7 L Hemi, heavy-duty tow package, well maintained with MO- 1958 17' Chris-Craft classic, mahogPAR warranty. $17,900 or best. any beauty. Open cockpit. Full pro(231)675-9694. fessional restoration. No soak bottom. Turnkey, needs nothing! $22,000. On Burt Lake. Mobile (256)885-6071.

2001 DODGE Durango. 4 wheel drive. Power windows, locks, CD player, air. Tow package. Book value $4,825. Sale price $4,450. (231)548-2192.

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1961 LARSON fiberglass fishing boat, 140 hp Evinrude, many extras, 2 Big Jon downriggers, lapline hull design. $2,500 or best offer. (231)348-9567.

2001 WINNEBAGO Journey 37â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, diesel rear engine, 330 CAT, 2 slides on driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s side, all the goodies. 45,000 miles. Stored inside, Boyne City. $64,900. Pat, (772)532-9881, cell or (231)582-2112.

1969 GLASTRON two-person sailboat and trailer, blue/turquoise and off white body, mahogany tilt-up rudder and dagger board. Asking $1,200. (231)238-8734.

2002 DUTCH Star Diesel Pusher by Newmar. 40â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, 2 slides, loaded, 1 owner, non-smoker. Excellent condition. 49,000 miles. $70,000. (989)370-4265.



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1979 CJ5 Jeep, Runs and drives. Tires are fair. 4 speed, 6 cylinder. $2,200 or best offer. (989)733-6434.


Heavy Trucks/Equipment

2000 14â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Lowe, carpeted floor, live well, swivel seats, rod holders, 1980 FORD F800 636 Detroit diesel graph. 25 hp Mercury, electric start. single axle truck with 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122; articulat- Includes trailer. $3,800 or best offer. ing snowplow blade and grading (231)536-9804 after 4 p.m. underbelly blade. 54,900 miles. Runs well. $8,995. (989)732-9544.

2003 PONTIAC Aztek. 53,600 miles. Garaged. Gently driven by elderly JOHN DEERE 440 bulldozer. Good owner. Well-maintained. Silver, condition. $3,500. (989)732-2083. automatic, AC, power. $5,900. Harbor Springs.(310)418-0604. 2003 TOYOTA Tundra Access Cab. Silver. 117,000 miles. Good condition. $10,900. (231)420-2376.


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nal owner. 4x4 4.7 V8 All options, remote start, cold air, service re2007 DODGE Durango 4X4, 7 pascords $6995. (231)535-2069. senger, V8, automatic, air, power 1999 FORD Cargo Va, Econoline locks & windows, rear defrost, E150, 121,000 miles. $1,400 or best cruise. $14,999. Budget Rent-A-Car. offer. (231)487-9951. (231)437-3501.

CHARLEVOIX COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Charlevoix County Road Commission invites qualified contractors to bid the following road work: 1. 1,200-FT of grading, aggregate base, bituminous paving, and restoration on a portion of Klooster Road (a county local road), Marion Township. October 4, 2013 completion date. 2. 0.78-Miles of bituminous paving, and gravel shoulders on Pops Road (a county local road), Marion Township. October 4, 2013 completion date. Bids must be on Road Commission furnished forms (available at the main office, 1251 Boyne Ave., Boyne City, MI 49712-0039, phone 231-582-7330) and presented at the main office before the 11:00AM, Thursday, August 8, 2013 bid opening. ROAD COMMISSION BOARD CHARLEVOIX COUNTY Doug Way-Chairman Russell MaGee Vice-Chairman Keith Ogden -Member (B-7/26,7/29,7/30)

2008 CIRRUS Travel trailer. 27 foot, light weight with expando, excellent condition. Asking $8,500. (231)625-2859.

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2008 PASSPORT 28â&#x20AC;&#x2122; bunkhouse with slide, all the comforts of home, well maintained, new tires. Reduced price, $15,500 or best. (231)675-9694.

THINK GREEN. 2010 CASITA 17â&#x20AC;&#x2122; travel trailer, Spirit. Loaded. Air, furnace, microwave, high lift axle, Interior convenience package. 15â&#x20AC;? tires. Excellent condition. $14,000. (989)786-7980.

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2011 COUGAR X-Lite 29â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bunkhouse. Sleeps 10. $26,000. Contact (989)350-3647. 2011 MONTANA fifth wheel 3400RL. 4 slides. No smoking/pets. Reduced $44,900. Serious inquiries only. (989)858-0933.

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22â&#x20AC;&#x2122; CATALINA sailboat, trailer and outboard. New sails and fittings. Harken roller furling jib, retractable CAMPER 2001 Flagstaff, 23â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, sleeps keel, (2â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;? draft). $5,900. 8, ends fold-out for canvas beds, 1986 HONDA Shadow 1100cc, (231)487-1887. center expansion. $6,300. 9,070 miles, runs great. $1,600. (231)549-3238, after 6 p.m. A 1929 Chris-Craft Cadet, 22â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, well (231)487-0384. loved. Fresh varnish. Original and 1996 SPORTSTER 1,200 +, custom Crusader 6 cylinder engines. Cover MUST SELL. 2006 C-19 Trail Cruiser paint, forward controls, extra seat, and trailer included. $45,000 (U.S.) camper by Trail-Lite. Expandable. 19â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Sleeps 6. Tandem axle. Tows lots of chrome. $3,700 or best offer. (248)464-4377. easy. All amenities. Very good con(231)582-2384. A BOAT house on the Crooked dition. $8,500/best. (989)983-2134. 1998 HONDA ACE Tourer, wind- River near swing bridge, close to shield, fiberglass bags, new battery, town, rustic summer living quarters. THIS IS IT! An expensive motires. Well taken care of. 45,000 8,000 lb. hydraulic lift. $47,000. torhome at a good price, 2002 Dutch Star by Newmar, 41 ft. diesel miles. $3,500 or best offer. Call (248)464-4377. pusher with only 37,000 miles, 3 (231)627-4863/leave message. BOAT LIFT battery operated. New slides. $88,000. Call (937)418-0343. 2002 BMW 1150 RT, 50 mpg, shore station canvas, newer cable. TIFFIN ALLEGRO Bus Motorhome, 14,250 miles, saddlebags, well $3000 (231) 582-5433. 1997. Loaded, 51,000 miles. Immaintained. Stored inside. New battery and front tire in 2012. Wife BOAT SLIP #96. Harborage Marina, maculate, adult owned, FL coach bought convertible. (231)838-5941. Lake Charlevoix. End of Peninsula. with all accessories. Ready to go. 60 X 20. Superb view/ sunset, sun- $17,000. (313)701-4263. rise. Easy walk to historic Boyne City. (231)313-5524. Legal Notices 2003 SUZUKI vl1500ls low miles perfect condition lots of extras sen- BOSTON WHALER sailboat, HarNOTICE poon 5.2, length 17â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, beam 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;5â&#x20AC;?, NOTICE OF JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE ior ride $5500 (231)529-6538 new condition. Garage kept. $3,800. SALE THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLEC(231)625-2488. TOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBFIBERGLASS SUNFISH excellent TAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURcondition, at Walloon Lake. $1,200. POSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF(440)759-1491. FICE IF YOU ARE A BORROWER ON INFLATABLE 12â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Profile, 9.9 Merc ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. ATTENTION 2004 HERITAGE Softail Classic. engine, dolly, good condition. PURCHASERS: This sale may be rescinded by the circuit court at the Mint. 9,173 miles. Fuel injected. Pur- $1,250. (231)599-2970. request of the Plaintiff. In that ple and salmon old school colors. Many upgrades. Ready to ride. KAYAK 17' Eddyline "Calypso" Sea event, your damages, if any, shall be Kayak. Kevlar construction. Very limited solely to the return of the $11,500/best. (989)732-9598. light. Like-new condition. $1,500. bid amount tendered at sale, plus interest, as determined by the 2005 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Softail Call (231)526-6762. court. Emmet County Circuit Court Deluxe, 28,000 miles, many extras, soft bags. $9,500 or best offer. LIGHTNING SAILBOAT good con- Case No. 12-3436-CH NOTICE OF dition, new mast, recently painted. JUDICIAL SALE JUDICIAL SALE IN (231)881-0506. PURSUANCE and by virtue of Judg$2,300. (231)439-3241. ment(s) and/or Order(s) of foreclo2006 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Heritage Softail Classic. 18,947 miles. SAILBOAT 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Pintail, fiberglass, sure in the Circuit Court for the sails in excellent condition, 5-1/2 hp County of Emmet, State of Michi$16,000. (989)786-7850. Evinrude motor, trailer. $900. gan, made and entered on the 24th 2007 HONDA CBR 1000RR, 10,050 (231)347-7218. day of September, 2012, in a certain miles, upgraded custom Laser cause therein pending, wherein The X-treme exhaust system, excellent Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, National Association, condition. $6,500. (231)547-7511.

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2007 MONTEGO Bay bought new June 2008, 5th wheel, 34 ft., 3 slides, A/C, heat pump, plumbed for washer/dryer, 2 TVs, 4 winters in the south, no pets, no smoking. $36,000. (231)548-5209.

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1984 HONDA 650 Nighthawk, 4 cylinder, shaft drive, red and black, clean, new clutch. Ride now. $1,250. (231)539-8272.

1996 CHEVROLET pickup, 4x4, 77,000 miles, Starcraft conversion kit. $7,000 or best offer. 2003 WINDSTAR SEL. Leather, dual (231)348-2035. sliding doors, power windows/locks, VCR. New front brakes. Book value $5,500. $4,995. 1998 CHEVY Pick-up. 35 Series 4X4 (231)548-2192. manual transmission. $1,500. (231)499-6842.


2003 ARCTIC FOX Model 29V travel trailer, front kitchen, very clean, oak interior, two slides, queen bed, 8209#. $12,995. (231)347-5726.

2006 ZODIAC Cadet, 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;6â&#x20AC;?, new condition. $795. (231)526-7049.

TANDEM TRAILER 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, $1,100 firm. (231)439-3934.


1994 FORD F 250. 4X4 Super Cab. XLT, V8, 460 engine, heavy tow package. 78,000 miles, with 5th wheel hitch. $3,400. (231)342-1863.


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2001 MITSUBISHI Montero Sport Limited. 4 wheel drive. Leather, heated seats, power moon, CD. Book $5,400. Sale $4,995. (231)548-2192. 2008 CHEVROLET Express. 76,000 miles. Blue. 6.0 liter. 11 passenger. ROLLS ROYCE 1980 Silver Wraith II. $13,500. Lewiston Auto Sales, All Oriiginal. Florida Car. Body Per1973 26â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Penn Yan Sport Fisherfect. New Leather/Tires. Original (989)786-4712 man, fly bridge, fiberglass, twin 318 Documentation. Shell Grey over Chrysers, inboard tunnel drive. Caribbean Blue. 30K OBO. Mullett 2008 JEEP Patriot 4WD Sport. Great Charlevoix County, Lake Michigan. Lake. (231) 290-6014 car. Excellent millage. Wonderful in $5,500. (248)534-8541. 2002 DODGE Dakota Club Cab 4X4, the snow. Excellent condition. V6, automatic, AC, power locks, Pickups/Vans & SUVs miles. $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 . 1973 PENNYAN inboard tunnel windows, Alumium wheels, AM/FM 8 0 , 0 0 0 hull drive, 302 V8 engine, Shore(231)330-3051. disc, cruise control. $5,995. Budget Landâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;r trailer, newer $1,500 top. Rent-A-Car. (231)437-3501. 2011 FORD F-150 4x4 Super Cab Great condition. Sell for $3,700. Lariat. Dark red. Great condition. (231)881-5015. 2002 SUBURBAN, Midnight Blue, 34,000 miles. Loaded. $30,000 obo. good condition, 131,000 miles, air, 1983 SEA RAY Sundancer 245 with power windows and locks, cruise. Call after 2pm, (989)448-8045. Shorelander Trailer, Reduced to $6,000 or best offer. $,5000 or best offer. (231)675-1331. (231)547-6363. 2003 FORD Explorer XLT AWD, very clean cloth interior, moon roof, 6 1987 TIARA 31 open, twin gas, new Ă&#x2DC; Â&#x203A;ÂŤĂź AĂ&#x2DC; l³§§ fßŒ CD stereo, mechanically sound, cushions, many updates. Meticulously maintained by Walstrom Manewer tires, 152,000 miles. $4,500. (231)622-3044, Petoskey. rine with open checkbook. $49,000. (313)268-1111, Harbor Springs. 2003 LEXUS GX470, 101,000 miles, excellent condition, silver/saddle. 2011 JEEP Compass Latitude, 1996 SEA Nymph 14.5â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Full deck. Reduced to $10,000. (616)460-9299. 4-wheel drive, 4 cylinder engine, 15 hp Johnson, electric start. Bow 6-speed auto transmission, air, CD, mount electric trolling motor. 2 clean. Great gas mileage. 35,600 swivel seats. Boat, motors & trailer. miles. $17,500. (231)529-6793. $3,500. (989)732-8418 after 5pm.

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2008 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Electra SAILBOAT NEW 17 Square Meter Glide standard, low miles. Asking with sails and trailer. $44,000 com$12,000. (231)539-0960. plete including $5,000 donation to 17 Square Meter Foundation. MUST SELL. 2004 Kawasaki Vulcan 501(c)(3). (231)535-2554. 800 A-10. Windshield, Cobra exhaust, handle bar bag. 14,000+ miles. 58mpg. Nice bike, Good shape. $3,000. (989)983-2134. SAILBOAT TRAILER 3-axle, each rated for 6,000 lbs. $2,000. 2004 CHEVY 1/2 Ton Silverado 4x4, Boats & Marine (231)526-2824. 8 foot bed, automatic, air, cruise, Equipment AM/FM. $7,995. Budget Rent-A-Car. 13â&#x20AC;&#x2122; ALUMINUM boat. Trailer. 10 YAMAHA OUTBOARD sale. Promo(231)437-3501. horsepower motor. 30 pound elec- tion on Yamahas until July 31st. Crest pontoons and Polar-Kraft boat 2004 F O R D Explorer XLT, tric troller. 2 rod holders and 2 black/gray leather interior, AWD, swivel seats. $1,500. (231)546-5002. packages. Used boats and motors. (906)493-5471. moon roof, very clean, mechanically excellent. Sirrus. 120,000 miles. 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122;2â&#x20AC;? BLUEFIN Runabout bow rider, aluminum, includes 85 Chrys$5,900. (231)675-5620, Charlevoix. ler outboard and trailer. $1,700 or Outdoor Recreation 2004 JEEP Liberty Limited. Auto- best offer. (231)544-6520 Terry, or matic, air, power, sunroof, leather, (313)737-4922, ask for Bob. 1992 SAND Piper Trailer Coach. 30 tow package. 86,100 miles, $7,500, foot sleeps 5, good condition, all amenities. $3,800. 2000 Arrow Lite under Blue Book. (989)350-4106. Trailer Coach, 16 foot, sleeps 4, good condition, all amenities. $5,500. (231)526-5109.

1998 FORD Mustang GT, 4.6, 3-speed automatic, all original except tires/battery, 26,000 original miles. Garage kept, no salt or snow, $10,500. (231)238-1041 or 2001 FORD F-150 XLT Super cab. (231)420-0514. Short bed. 4 wheel drive. 157,000 2002 CHEVY Malibu, 147,000 miles. miles. Air, cruise, tilt, power winCold air, hot heat. Excellent trans- dows and locks, CD player. $5,950. portation. $1900. f i r m (231)548-2192. 2007 FORD E-150 van. 117,000 (231)348-9572 or (838)7504. miles. 8 passenger. 5.4 liter. Extra 2002 THUNDERBIRD optional hard clean. $9,695. Lewiston Auto Sales, top and leather seats, only 238 ac(989)786-4712 tual miles. Beautiful torch red finish, optional black/red leather interior. (231)420-7071 or (231)238-7021.

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