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Don't Forget The Health Crisis Before COVID. Chris Hindbaugh Certainly Hasn't.

By Craig Manning | Sept. 27, 2021

“Running on fumes.” That’s how Chris Hindbaugh, CEO of Traverse City’s Addiction Treatment Services (ATS), describes the state of the nonprofit right now. Two years ago, when the opioid crisis was a public health crisis, the organization was in the local limelight. But COVID-19 swept addiction matters out of the public consciousness and made it more difficult for organizations like ATS to operate. Now, as the pandemic approaches the 19-month mark in the U.S., Hindbaugh is desperate for help.

“We’re still waiting for some support from the state, around how we basically survive into the future,” Hindbaugh explains. “Because it’s costing us more right now to serve less people. The ...

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Still For Sale In Acme

You can’t drive through Acme without noticing that two large and prominent former retail properties — totaling ...

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Here's Why You Can't Get An Uber From Cherry Capital Airport -- And Possible Workarounds

In a bigger city, it’s easy to get off a plane at an airport, grab your baggage, ...

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Disciplinary Hearing Scheduled For City Manager

A disciplinary hearing for City Manager Marty Colburn has been scheduled for a special city meeting Monday, ...

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DNR Euthanizes Black Bear Roaming Traverse City

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources euthanized a 500-pound male black bear that was recently spotted in ...

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Today Monday, September 27, 2021

7:00 AM

Red Wings Training Camp

Sept. 23-28. Red Wings players, prospects & tryouts will be divided into teams that will practice & scrimmage ... More Info >>

9:00 AM

"Everyday Objects"

This exhibition explores the new & unexpected aesthetic possibilities in mundane objects – as art-making materials, & as ... More Info >>

9:00 AM

Paper Constructions: Denise Samuels

Samuels exhibits sculptural, geometric constructions with recycled papers – cereal boxes, common cardboard & other heavier fibers she ... More Info >>

10:00 AM

Fly Fishing Art

By Stacy McKellip. On display through Sept. Closed on Sundays. 231-331-4318. More Info >>

10:00 AM

Nature Through Pastels

Four regional artists exhibit their pastel paintings through Oct. 29. Leelanau artists Julie Avery, Chris Nettleton & Jan ... More Info >>

10:00 AM

The Art of Lori Sikkema

Stop by the Visitor Center & view the fabric collage artwork of Lori Sikkema, on display through Oct. ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Artists for Wings of Wonder Exhibit

The 3rd annual community fundraiser exhibit, which features over 30 artists, with Raptor themed artwork, all in an ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories

This exhibition explores off-reservation boarding schools in its kaleidoscope of voices. Visitors will explore photographs, artwork, interviews, interactive ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Birds Fly In: A Human Refuge

A cross-cultural art collaboration focusing on themes related to Migration & Intuition. Artist Ellie Harold was surprised by ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Close to Home: Contemporary Anishinaabek Artists

An exhibit of works from Anishinaabek artists in the region, supplemented by objects in the Dennos Museum Center’s ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Flora & Field

This exhibition features works created by wife & husband painters Colleen & Justin Shull. Colleen brings her bold ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Foreword: Solo Exhibition by Patrick Earl Hammie

Through portraits & allegories, Hammie explores the complexities of identity, emotion, & family. Hours: Tues. - Fri.: 11am-5pm; ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Harvest Days

Sept. 1-30. Presented by the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail. Experience what it’s like to be a wine club ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

Lustron Stories: Americans at Home

The subject of the “Great American Dream” is explored through photographer Charles Mintz’s series, “Lustron Stories.” Lustron Corporation ... More Info >>

11:00 AM

September Art Show at City Opera House, TC

Klaus Lehrer & Linda Frank will show their oil paintings, watercolor paintings & collages during Sept. More Info >>

2:00 PM

Outdoor Farmers Market

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4:00 PM

Delbert Michel: "Sixty Years of Making Art"

Celebrating six decades of creative expression, artist & retired art professor, Delbert Michel, hosts a retrospective of his ... More Info >>

7:00 PM

Auditions for "All Together Now!"

This global event celebrating local theatre has roles for people ages 10 & up. Auditionees must prepare 16 ... More Info >>

Peninsula Township Updates: Winery Lawsuit, More Deputies, Bluff Road/Erosion Issues

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Garfield Township, Traverse City Embrace Housing Tools

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Impact100 TC Awards Three $110K Grants To Local Nonprofits

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Munson To Mandate Vaccines For Employees

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Commissioners Approve City Manager Salary Increase, Drinks For Open Space Event, PILOT Agreement, Treasurer Termination

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Former Norte Director Issues Statement Following Removal From Organization

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Trail Closures Planned Starting This Week

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Fall Restaurant Guide

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City Commissioners To Consider Tax Break For Housing Project, Treasurer Termination

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McLain Cycle & Fitness Sold, Ending 44-Year Run For Owners

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DDA Moving Forward On East Front Street Redesign, Tree Management Plan

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Lake Avenue Closure Starts Monday

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Apartment Complexes Planned For Garfield, East Bay Townships

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Craft Beer Gaining On Northern Michigan Wines

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