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PETOSKEY -- In school classrooms and in the larger Petoskey community, many recall Zelda Gilman frequently sharing her knowledge and talents with others. Gilman, a retired educator, died Sunday at Petoskey's Hiland Cottage hospice residence. She was 101....
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Zelda Cahill Davis Gilman, 101, of Petoskey, died Feb. 24, 2013, at the Hiland Cottage of Hospice of Little Traverse Bay in Petoskey. Zelda was born on March 28, 1911, to Laura Goerke and Luke James Cahill in Cheboygan County. She attended rural school...
Longtime resident of Petoskey, Mary Ann Gengle passed away early Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013, at Hiland Cottage, surrounded by her loving family. Mary Ann was born to Judge Joseph Patrick and Lena Emma (Diekman) Murphy on April 9, 1924, in Big Rapids. She was...
Freshman starting guard Jake Mullin, a Petoskey grad, scored a season-high 23 points for Lawrence Tech during a Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference loss, 82-57, to Davenport University. Starting guard Jay Redman, a 2012 Boyne grad, scored nine points...
The box jump. A simple enough plyometric exercise designed to blast your lower-body strength and explosiveness. Standing in an athletic position with feet about shoulder-width apart and at a comfortable distance away from a box — some of which can...
Junior starting forward Joe Keedy scored 14 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out two assists for the Swarthmore (Pa.) College mens’ basketball team during a Centennial Conference overtime win over McDaniel (Md.) College, 75-71. Keedy, a...
ISABELLA COUNTY -- While the second half of Eric Lee Ramsey's harrowing crime spree took place while Otsego County was sleeping early Thursday morning, the first half terrifyingly played out Wednesday night in and around Mount Pleasant. The incident...
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (AP) — Police say a woman is safe after reportedly being abducted at gunpoint by a man in a parking lot at Central Michigan University and then driven away in her SUV. Campus police say the abduction is believed to have...
Eric Gaertner, former Petoskey resident and reporter for the Petoskey News-Review, recently released his first book, "Torn in Two: The True Story of the Carl D. Bradley Sinking and the Challenges for Those Left Behind." The nonfiction work uses Gaertner'...
Part of the whirlwind of legislation considered during the outgoing Congress’ lame duck session was legislation that would designate the gray wolf a game species. Opponents of the legislation think the move comes too soon after the wolf was...
With the hint of a smile, a twinkle in his eye, and a sense of humor, retired teacher Donald Wayne Nelson, 91, who has taught every grade level from kindergarten through college, said that his favorite grade level was "always the one I was teaching at the...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Guarantees aren’t issued with helmets and shoulder pads. Every high school football player is always one play away from the end of his career. An unspoken code within the inner sanctum of the locker room won’t allow for...
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