Support the Oliver Art Center and you might win a private opening reception with Beulah artist Ann Loveless, winner of the 2013 Grand Rapids Art Prize, pictured at OAC last year on the far right. Photo by Aubrey Ann Parker.
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Supporting Arts, Culture, and Education

Art Center celebrates three years at the Frankfort Coast Guard Station
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Benzie Boomerangs

Two millennials who ditched the city for Northern Michigan
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Giving Back Moore

The Garden Theater receives generous donation
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Revitalizing Downtown Beulah

Open-air restaurant to replace collapsed bowling alley
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Living with Tourette’s

It started with a cough. My son, Augie, just shy of 4 years old, was recovering from a cold and had a persistent cough. Weeks went by and he was still coughing. We took him to the doctor, who suggested possible allergies. He gave us a few samples…
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Get Away to Elberta

How to spend a day across the Betsie Bay
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A Day in Beulah

A small town with a big city soul
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Honor’s Role in Benzie

The next Q&A in our interview series with local characters having an impact on their Benzie communities features Ingemar Johansson, who is president of the Honor Area Restoration Project (HARP) and is known throughout Northern Michigan as a…
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Living with Fire in Northern Michigan

By Jed Jaworski Current Contributor Residents of Northern Michigan, like much of the nation, are reevaluating our long held perceptions on fire in the environment. Fire professionals, ecologists and climate experts are all telling us fire…
Wings of Icarus Installation
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The Wings of Rufus Snoddy

First solo exhibition at the Oliver Art Center opens May 30
Thursday Night Ribs at Geno's in Thompsonville
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Ribs in T-ville

Community served with a side of slaw.
Blacklegged ticks carry Lyme disease. Photo courtesy of Graham Hickling.
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Look Out for Ticks, A Spreading Menace

Benzie County is home to ticks carrying Lyme disease
Captain Dave and his daughter Elle catch a brown trout in the Betsie Bay on Easter morning. Photo courtesy of Dave Rommell.
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Water Temperature Critical to What’s Biting

The first in a series about recreational outdoor activities
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Beulah Environmentalists With An Impact

A couple environmental advocates from Beulah were recently honored for their impassioned grassroots efforts.
Jacob Wheeler & Jordan Bates co-editors
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The Betsie Current  Flows Again

Buoyed by citizen support, community newspaper reemerges after eight-year hiatus