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THREE OAKS — Rainy weather did not dampen the spirits of the family members friends of Chris Thompson who gathered on the afternoon of Sunday, June 9, at Lakeside Cabins Resort on Warren Woods Road to take part in the dedication ceremony organized by Chikaming Open Lands (COL) for its latest…

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NEW BUFFALO — The Pokagon Fund has awarded $100,000 to 20 Harbor Country residents to attend the post-secondary institution of their choice for the 2019-20 school year.

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THREE OAKS — The Second Annual Chair Affair benefit for Neighbor by Neighbor will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 26, at Froehlich’s new space in downtown Three Oaks in the 19 North Elm upstairs party space.

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UNION PIER — Frankie’s Place Executive Chef Frank Biondo’s goal is to make the Union Pier restaurant “a destination that you want to come to, where you know you’re going to have a good meal and a good time.”

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THREE OAKS — The love of baseball was the bond that produced an entertaining, old-fashioned afternoon of friendly competition in Three Oaks on Saturday, May 18, with the local Eddie Gaedel Society team going against the House of David Echoes, a team that has played by vintage Civil War Era r…

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UNION PIER — An eventful Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce Mixertook place May 16 at the Union Pier St. Julian Winery tasting room, 9145 Union Pier Road (co-hosted by Skip’s Restaurant and Catering).

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THREE OAKS — Chikaming Open Lands (COL) is holding a public dedication on June 9, 2019 at 2 p.m. EDT to celebrate the acquisition of the Chris Thompson Memorial Preserve, located on Warren Woods Road in Chikaming Township. The celebration will take place at the Lakeside Cabins Resort, which …

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NEW BUFFALO — Ginger’s Popcorn offers a veritable rainbow of flavors at 307 West Buffalo St. (in the Lookout Landing shopping center near Song Asian Cuisine and across Smith Street from Oink’s) in New Buffalo.

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THREE OAKS — If I was preparing dinner for 20 guests whom I had never met before, and the menu included appetizers through dessert, you would probably not want to enter my kitchen a few hours beforehand. It would not be a quiet and controlled environment. There would be clutter and clatter, …

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BRIDGMAN — The 46th Miss Southwest Michigan Scholarship Program, the 11th Mrs. Southwest Michigan Scholarship Program and the 28th Miss Southwest Michigan Teen Scholarship Program were held Saturday, April 27, in the Bridgman High School Performing Arts Center.  The theme was “Keepin it REHL.”  

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NEW BUFFALO — The Pokagon Fund, a nonprofit private foundation supported by revenue from the Four Winds Casino, has committed to supporting Girls on the Run of Southwest Michigan, a physical activity-based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd through 8th grade with a $3,750 gr…

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Railroad Museum has announced that The Pokagon Fund Board of Directors recently granted a conditional $5,000 grant to support the costs of relocation and refurbishment of a CO 904126 Caboose as a permanent display at the Museum’s site, 530 S. Whittaker St.and th…

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NEW BUFFALO — Visitors to the April 18 New Buffalo High School Ideas Fair had the opportunity to learn about efforts to save local beaches, keep kids safe during the Prom, combat invasive species, and much more.

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NEW BUFFALO — The Harbor Country Public Arts Initiative (HCPAI) honored Chef Jackie Shen for her contributions to the community and the arts on April 19 by presenting her with a framed certificate and a custom-made “Chocolate Bag” birdhouse.

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NEW BUFFALO — The Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed The Ghost Isle Brewery of New Buffalo with a Monday, April 15, Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony as a large crowd joined joined owners, Bob, Jim and Elizabeth Sima at the long-anticipated restaurant and micro-brewery at 17684 U.S. 12.

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THREE OAKS — It was a combination birthday party and baptism celebration at the Three Oaks Township Library at 3 N. Elm St. on Saturday, April 13, as the library celebrated 160 years of library service in the community and Biggest Little Baseball Museum opened its doors to the public.

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NEW BUFFALO – The topic was “Cannabis for Dummies” but speaker Adam Rosenberg did his best to change the “dummies” into an informed audience during his presentation to the Friends of New Buffalo Library Public Forum session on April 2.

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NEW BUFFALO — Paul Zdanis had worked for New Buffalo/Three Oaks Pharmacy (and more recently Grand Variety in New Buffalo when Hometown Pharmacy took over that part of the business) one month shy of 36 years when he reached his final day as manager on Wednesday, April 3.

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THREE OAKS — The 2019 Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce Visitors Guide was unveiled in what Editorial Board Chairman Chuck Garasic called “a bigger and better way so more people could join us” at a March 28 Spring Break Out Party in Warren Hall at Journeyman Distillery in Three Oaks.

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NEW BUFFALO — CSX Transportation, an early supporter of the New Buffalo Railroad Museum when it opened its doors in the 1980s and since, has informed the New Buffalo Railroad Museum of the donation of the CO 904126 Caboose in an “as is” condition subject to the Museum’s relocation from Holla…

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NEW BUFFALO — There will be a lot more to love than beer (although there will be plenty of that, too) when Ghost Isle Brewery opens on April 15 along the tracks at 17684 U.S. 12 (Red Arrow Highway).