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Charlevoix CourierTiming, they say is everything. And it was timing that Jason Katt said played a big part in his decision to seek a teaching and football coaching position in Charlevoix earlier this year. After a search that brought nearly 20 applicants, the...
Tags: College Sports, Religion and Belief, Philosophy, Values, Ethics
News-Review sports writer50 years ago — Some 200 fans followed the Petoskey High School basketball team to a Class B regional championship game at the Central Michigan University Fieldhouse. The Northmen, the surprise winners of their district, would lose to Ludington, 76-...
Tags: College Sports, Gary Ross, Sports, Basketball, Dave Smith
News-Review sports writerIt was a dream of his since his early high school days. Some seven years later and fresh out of college, a dream has become a reality for Petoskey’s Andrew Keck. Keck, who will turn 25 in two weeks, is in his first year serving as an event...
PETOSKEY — The Petoskey area’s history has been a topic of strong interest for Mike Federspiel, and it will soon be a professional focus for him as well. The Little Traverse Historical Society recently selected Federspiel, 52, as its new...
Tags: Literature, Book, Schools, Dick Clark, Public Schools
Michigan Native Randy Lewis will be in the field Thursday morning when the 2012 Masters begins. Lewis is part of the 2nd tee time, 8:01 AM, paired with Robert Garrius and Jose Maria Olazabal. "It's incredible, at 54-years of age it's like a dream come...
Tags: Tom Watson, Masters Tournament
Hugh "Brad" Sweeney, 57, of East Jordan, died Thursday, April 5, 2012, at Harper University Hospital in Detroit. He was born on Sept. 4, 1954, in Detroit, the son of Hugh G. and Elizabeth (Haas) Sweeney. He grew up in Plymouth and graduated from...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Health
Zombie apocalypse survival games will take place on Central Michigan University's campus Friday, April 13, and it's all for a good cause. The game is called Survive Mt. Pleasant and players live out a zombie apolcaypse either as a survivor (runner) or...
CHARLEVOIX — Despite a distance of about 35 miles and being separated by water, Erica Dwyer is working with her students on their pronunciation of the letter, “R.” The students are on Beaver Island, while Dwyer, a speech and language...
Randall A. and Bonnie S. Newsted of Petoskey are announcing the engagement of their son, Nathaniel Newsted, to Kelly McMullan. She is the daughter of David P. and Denise L. McMullan of Greensburg, Pa. Nathaniel and Kelly are planning a Saturday, June 16,...
News-Review sports writerFirst-year Petoskey High School track coach Kevin Roush comes from the Traverse City area. It’s there where as a teacher and coach at T.C. Central, Roush watched John Lober’s team shine and consistently be competitive in the field events....
News-Review sports writerSisters Andi Gasco and Carly Searles are off to solid starts for the Trine (Ind.) softball team. Gasco, a junior pitcher, allowed one earned run while striking out 13 and walking six over eight innings in a 5-4 win over Thomas More (Texas). Searles, a...
FOX 17Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are considered the frontrunners in Michigan. They spent their cold Saturday in the mitten firing up the heat. Both are sharply challenging one another's conservative principles as they charge into the tight primary contest...
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