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Troy Christopher Spierling, 27, of Bliss Township, died unexpectedly Dec. 14, 2011, at his home. The funeral service will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, at the Bliss Missionary Church. Pastor Curt Alexander will officiate and burial will follow in the...
Tags: Religion and Belief
CHARLEVOIX CLASSIC MUD RUN Team scores, the top 20 finishers and area runners finishing in the top 50 in the 20th annual Charlevoix Classic Mud Run on Saturday. Boys Team standings: 1-Cadillac, 2-Charlevoix, 3-Petoskey, 4-Gaylord, 5-Harbor Springs, 6-...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds
Back to work, and quick work at that. The Petoskey High School volleyball team took care of business rather quickly Monday in a Big North Conference match against league newcomer West Branch Ogemaw Heights. Petoskey rolled to a three-set victory over...
Tags: High School Sports, Volleyball
Los Angeles TimesJOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA -- South Africa's version of the Kennedys, the famous former first family -- the Mandelas -- will star in a TV reality show next year. But former President Nelson Mandela, 93 and increasingly frail, won't be a part of the show....
Ruth A. Grams, 91, beloved wife and mother, went to meet her Lord, and husband of 62 years, on Oct. 1, 2011, at Hiland Cottage in Petoskey. She was born on March 9, 1920, in Goodrich, Mich., the daughter of Leo and Rhoda (Peters) Putman. She grew up in...
Women who give up careers to stay at home and raise their children should be paid a salary, according to one of South Africa's most influential businesswomen. Wendy Luhabe, who in 1999 was recognized as one of the 50 leading women entrepreneurs of the...
These are the results of the MHSAA Division 4 Lower Peninsula Boys Track and Field finals held at Jenison High School. TEAM SCORING - Albion 48; Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 48; Muskegon Catholic Central 46; Reading 42; Centreville 40; Pewamo-Westphalia...
Turn It Up“Whatever happened to the people who gave a damn?” Gil Scott-Heron once asked in song. The Chicago-born artist was a voice of dissent in a music industry that was turning into a big business during the ‘70s, transforming pop hits......
All-Big North Conference Petoskey HIgh School seniors Cory Starkey and Kerby Tamm were named the 2010-11 Big North Conference boys’ and girls’ basketball players of the year, respectively, in voting by league coaches. It is the second...
Tags: Athletes, Lakes and Ponds, High School Sports, Redman, Wrestling
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Police are investigating whether to file charges after the death of a newborn baby born to a student at Oprah Winfrey's elite South African high school. In a statement Monday, the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy said it was...
Tags: Oprah Winfrey, Crimes, Assault, Crime, Law and Justice
Associated Press WriterImagine no cars -- or fewer, anyway. In New York, a two-mile stretch of the FDR Drive parkway is torn down to open lower Manhattan for parks and plazas, and bicyclists are given their own lane on the Brooklyn Bridge. An elevated highway in Guangzhou,...
Tags: Music Theater, Broadway Theater, Mexico, Vehicles, Times Square
Tribune staff reporterBefore the dig started, it looked like any other patch of dinosaur dirt: gray soil, a few brownish fossilized bones exposed by erosion. Paleontologist Adam Yates thought his diggers would find a few bones from the massospondylus -- South Africa's most...
Tags: Animals, John Fowles, Zoology, French Literature, Science
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