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Finding Lizzie

Locating a family member's grave, with the help of a community
Jon Ornée swims Lake Micigan Manitou passage Pyramid Point to North Manitou Island

Late Summer Swoon

Man swims to North Manitou Island
Melia Lorenz Benzie Central High School Washington Journalism and Media Conference The Betsie Current
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No Fear of the Future

One high school senior’s experience at the Washington Journalism and Media Conference
Benzie County Sheriff's Deputy Geoff Miller Benzie County Central Schools Frankfort City Police Officer Tiffany Wright Frankfort-Elberta Area Schools SRO School Resource Officer millage The Betsie Current
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Appealing because of its hardy nature, red berries, and resistance to deer, Japanese barberry is classified as an invasive species, because it spreads into nearby natural areas. But barberry also is host to Lyme-disease-carrying blacklegged ticks, which takes this invasive plant issue beyond just an ecological matter and into the realm of public health. Photo courtesy of the Northwest Michigan Invasive Species Network (ISN).
Over Memorial Day Weekend, Joelle Louisignau-Dunne and Toby Dunne will kick off the summer season at Stormcloud Brewing Company’s taproom facility with their Muy Loco Tacos, a little red food truck serving street tacos, street quesadillas, and nachos. Photo courtesy of the Dunne family.