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TRAVERSE CITY — A caution from her doctor still lingers with Phyllis Briggs.

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Applications for facilities grow

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Cold blooded: St. Francis knocks off Millington in frigid temps

Temperatures were exceptionally low. Traverse City St. Francis’ level of play was exceedingly high.

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Frankfort falls to West Iron County in regional title game

Papineau’s effort sends Central Lake to state title game

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Community in Brief: 11/09/2017

Blackbird Arts launches program; Thanksgiving dinner to go; Joshua Davis concert. (Plus more)

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Forum: War’s carnage demands empathy

My friend Laura and I recently contemplated the mental strain that combatants, civilians and non-combatants — such as medics — face. Battlefield medicine is a remarkable success story; however, frontline soldiers and civilians are subject to increasingly deadly weapons. More survive to reach

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Letters to the Editor: 11/11/2017

Take time to say thank you to veterans

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TRAVERSE CITY — A caution from her doctor still lingers with Phyllis Briggs.

Cold blooded: St. Francis knocks off Millington in frigid temps

Temperatures were exceptionally low. Traverse City St. Francis’ level of play was exceedingly high.

Papineau’s effort sends Central Lake to state title game

CENTRAL LAKE — Rob Heeke just kept feeding his horse, and the Central Lake head coach’s horse — Grant Papineau — was ravenous throughout the Trojans’ 54-20 victory against Stephenson in Saturday’s 8-man state semifinal in Central Lake. The junior pounded through the Eagles’ defense and through heavy snowfall 30 times to the tune of 241 yards and four touchdowns. He also picked up a Stephenson fumble and blew up players on his way to a 65-yard rumbling touchdown return. Suffice it to say, Papineau wanted that ticket to the state championship game at the Superior Dome, and he would not be denied.





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