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Interlochen Public Library opens new building

Hundreds of people were at Interlochen Public Library’s open house Wednesday. The mood was festive, and people were excited. The building is a modern take on the northern Michigan cabin look – a mix of exposed wood and paint with high ceilings.

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A Tip Of The Mitt "Dark Sky Park"

Apr 9, 2010

Jayme Stone Brings African Banjo To TC

Apr 9, 2010

Asylum

Apr 9, 2010

<p>Photographer Chris Payne spent six years visiting former asylums across the U.S., including Building 50 in Traverse City. He photographed their gothic edifices, crumbling walls and nameless grave stones. His work is collected in a new book, <em>Asylum: Inside the Closed World of State Mental Hospitals</em>.</p>

Trashion Fashion

Apr 9, 2010

<p>By Linda Stephan</p> <p>A little <em>Trashion</em> Fashion hits the runway in Traverse City Saturday night, with designs from students all over the region. The show starts at 9:00p.m. at Traverse City West Senior High. Listen to this clip to sample this year's runway beats and designs. We feature (in order of appearance) Calvin Brant, Jordan Homa, and Chantel Cook, all students at West Senior High.</p>

Roundabouts in Traverse City

Apr 8, 2010

<p>For years, people in Traverse City have complained about the traffic along US-31 through the city. It divides the downtown from the beach and makes it difficult to cross over on foot or bike to the Grand Traverse Commons. The solution now proposed: roundabouts. They're not traffic circles. </p>

Roundabouts in Traverse City

Apr 8, 2010

<p>For years, people in Traverse City have complained about the traffic along US-31 through the city. It divides the downtown from the beach and makes it difficult to cross over on foot or bike to the Grand Traverse Commons. The solution now proposed: roundabouts. They're not traffic circles. </p>

Yoga Retreat Glad To Take Down Pigeon River Dam

Apr 8, 2010

A hydroelectric dam operating on the Pigeon River will come down, thanks to a court settlement announced yesterday. The state and Michigan Trout Unlimited sued to have it removed after the dam released sediment, which killed fish in the Blue Ribbon trout stream.

They describe it as a very large fish kill, not at all common.

Cherry Grower Praying For A Frost

Apr 8, 2010

State Considers Private Bear Hunting Option

Apr 8, 2010

Tea Party Express Works To Unseat Stupak

Apr 8, 2010

<p><a href="mailto:payettepc@interlochen.org"><em>By Peter Payette</em> </a></p> <p>The Tea Party Express says it will spend $250,000 to help unseat Congressman Bart Stupak.The group has scheduled four rallies in Michigan's First Congressional District this week from Escanaba to Petoskey.</p> <p>The Tea Party Express is funded by a Political Action Committee called Our Country Deserves Better, which pretty much sums up how the group feels about Bart Stupak and other Democrats who voted for the healthcare bill.

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