Schools throughout northwest Lower Michigan are cooking up locally grown food for lunch this October as part of National Farm to School Month.
Jemario Raglin said he was struggling with geometry, so he sought help from a tutor offered via SEEDS at Benzie County Central High School. To help make that program work, SEEDS relies on the county’s public transit system.
I am not a meat and potatoes girl, but the chefs participating in the Green Plate challenge-a local food entre contest among four Frankfort-Elberta restaurants-are starting to change that.
After the county board of commissioners rescinded Benzie’s zoning ordinance last month and eliminated the county planning department, the planning commissioners were left wondering what was left for them to do. Well, they just took a big step toward figuring that out.