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What’s Happening in Northern Michigan: Harvest Festival, Harvest Moon Party, Fall Fun at Friske Farm Market

Summer has turned to fall, but there are still so many things to do in our area to celebrate the season. Courtney Sheffer with the West Michigan Tourist Association shares details on What’s Happening in Northern Michigan. Celebrate everything fall with the Bellaire Chamber’s 22nd Annual Harvest Festival on September 26. They’ll be celebrating the end of summer and the…

Cheboygan Man Accused of Raping Woman

An 18-year-old is facing 19 charges in Emmet County. He is accused of driving a woman to a remote area and raping her. State police arrested James Charboneau of Cheboygan Wednesday. Back in July, the victim told police Charboneau had driven her to a remote location in Emmet County and sexually assaulted her. Charboneau is facing a slew of charges…

CDC Releases Guidance for Celebrating Halloween During Coronavirus Crisis

It’s officially fall, which means Halloween is right around the corner! Traditional trick-or-treating should be discouraged this year, according to the CDC. According to the new CDC guidance released September 21, many traditional Halloween activities like trick-or-treating, indoor costume parties and haunted houses, can be high-risk for spreading the coronavirus. Federal health officials ranked some popular Halloween from low to…

Sen. Kamala Harris to Campaign in Flint, Detroit

This week, Democratic vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris will be stopping in Michigan. It’s her first visit to Michigan since becoming Biden’s running mate this summer. She’s scheduled to make campaign stops in Flint and Detroit on Tuesday, according to a Biden campaign release. There are no other details about her visit at this time. Stick with Northern Michigan’s News…

Frankfort Condo Association Withdraws Seawall Application After Community Outcry

A Northern Michigan beach town is banding together against the installation of a stone seawall along Lake Michigan. The Bluffs Condominium Association applied for, then quickly withdrew, their request for an easement. The seawall would have been put on a stretch of city-owned beachfront. Now everyone will have to figure out how to move forward while preserving one of Frankfort’s…

Ferris State University Professor Breaks Down Political Impact of Justice Ginsburg’s Passing

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Friday after battling metastatic cancer. She was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1993 by then President Bill Clinton. Ginsburg spent her remaining years on the bench as the unquestioned leader of the court’s liberal wing. A large portion of her career was being an advocate for the advancement of gender equality and women’s rights….