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- 08/29/18--13:45: _Extra Points: Houtt...
- 08/29/18--13:45: _Leelanauts take fir...
- 08/29/18--13:45: _County cross countr...
- 08/29/18--13:45: _Leland falls in fin...
- 08/29/18--13:45: _GL soccer grinds ou...
- 08/29/18--13:45: _Glen Lake falls to ...
- 08/29/18--13:45: _HARD HITTIN’ NORSE
- 08/29/18--13:44: _M-72 work nearly done
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Photo
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Procedural issues c...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Many action items O...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Is there a place in...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Ullom sentenced to ...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Beach closed for on...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _86th District Court
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Complaint about pol...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Trump does not thin...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Thoughts on gun dro...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _Quoting from law pr...
- 08/29/18--13:44: _GOP has voted for m...
- 08/29/18--13:45: Extra Points: Houtteman wins Michigan PGA Golf Tourney
- 08/29/18--13:45: Leelanauts take first at Traverse City St. Francis Quad
- 08/29/18--13:45: County cross country teams run hard at Pete Moss Invite
- 08/29/18--13:45: Leland falls in finals of silver pool against Fruitport
- 08/29/18--13:45: GL soccer grinds out victories in tough matchups
- 08/29/18--13:45: Glen Lake falls to New Lothrop in opener
- 08/29/18--13:45: HARD HITTIN’ NORSE
- 08/29/18--13:44: M-72 work nearly done
- 08/29/18--13:44: Photo
- 08/29/18--13:44: Procedural issues cause delay in hiring new Empire Village clerk
- 08/29/18--13:44: Many action items OK’d by County Board
- 08/29/18--13:44: Is there a place in Leelanau budget for big-ticket expenses?
- 08/29/18--13:44: Ullom sentenced to state prison
- 08/29/18--13:44: Beach closed for one day
- 08/29/18--13:44: 86th District Court
- 08/29/18--13:44: Complaint about political signs
- 08/29/18--13:44: Trump does not think before speaking
- 08/29/18--13:44: Thoughts on gun drones, climate change, deportation
- 08/29/18--13:44: Quoting from law professor, and Washington newspaper
- 08/29/18--13:44: GOP has voted for moderate measures; both parties changed
It’s the last hole, and Lee Houtteman is one shot away from a championship.
A 12-foot birdie putt is all that stands it the way to win the 97th PGA Professional Championship at the Flint Golf Club on Wednesday. He lined up his shot and drained it.
Houtteman, a PGA Pro and Glen Arbor resident, is the oldest pro to win the event.
David Grams and the Leelanau Tennis team took control Wednesday at the Traverse City St. Francis Quad.
The Leelanauts defeated the Glads by one point for first, with Ludington in third and Petoskey in fourth.
County cross country boys and girls teams competed Saturday in the Pete Moss Invitational at Benzie Central. Nearly 300 runners representing 19 different schools competed. Following are the results for each of the three county teams results in the race.
Leland girls strong at Invitational
Leland volleyball took to the road to compete in two invitationals on Thursday and Monday respectfully.
The Comets won three games and lost in the semifinal game of the Cadillac Invitational. Leland competed Thursday against Gaylord, Midland, Roscommon, and Traverse City Central.
Glen Lake is still undefeated after two difficult matchups this week.
Freshman Henry Plumstead made a big impact, as he scored a hat trick to help lead the Lakers Friday to a 5-4 victory over the Manistee Chippewas.
“It was an exciting game to be a part of,” Glen Lake coach Boynton said. “A little bit of a roller coaster feel to it.”
Joey Fosmore rolled to the left and looked downfield. He only saw white jerseys.
Instead of throwing the ball away, he tucked the ball away and moved the markers.
Unfortunately, first downs were rare for Glen Lake in its opener with New Lothrop, which prevailed, 48-16. The Hornets are ranked No. 3 in Division 7 by the Detroit Free Press.
Rain didn’t stop the scoreboard from lighting up at Bear Lake.
Suttons Bay football players were all over the field, dominating Bear Lake Friday in a 62-0 decision in both teams season opener.
The Norsemen forced five Laker turnovers, and didn’t allow a single passing yard.
Drivers can now enjoy a smooth road along M-72 from M-22 in Empire to CR669. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) mill and resurface project is nearly complete.
KAYLAN WATERMAN of Detroit and her band, Vespre, was one of 12 bands to perform at Livelylands, a three-day ‘boutique fest’ held over the weekend in Empire Township. Ticket sales were limited to 300 for the event produced by county native Emily Lively.
A special meeting has been called to possibly hire a new Empire Village clerk after the Village Council on Tuesday deadlocked on a proposed contract.
The council did, however, vote unanimously to schedule a special meeting for 5 p.m. next Thursday Sept. 6, to consider a professional services agreement (PSA) for Derith Smith.
[img_assist|nid=207675|title=|desc= COUNTY COMMISSIONERS face Clerk Michelle Crocker, left, and Drain Commissioner Steve Christensen during a budget work session Tuesday morning. County Board members pictured are, from left, Tony Ansorge, Melinda Lautner, Ty Wessell, Casey Noonan, Patricia Soutas-Little and Deb Rushton. Not pictured: County Board Chairman Will Bunek.
County Commissioners began looking closer this week at a draft budget for 2019 that does not yet include funding for some big-ticket items that have been requested by department heads.
A 32-year-old Elmwood Township man will spend 2 1/4 to 15 years in prison after being sentenced in Circuit Court.
Circuit Judge Thomas G. Power sentenced Daryl L. Ullom to 2 1/4 to 15 years in prison after the defendant’s guilty plea in July to possession of methamphetamine and habitual offender, second-offense.
Marina Park in Suttons Bay was closed to swimmers last week after high levels of E. coli were found in the water.
Christopher M. Labadie, 32, of 10370 Summit City Rd., Kingsley — Stood mute at arraignment on charge of operating with a license suspended/ revoked/denied.
To the editor:
To the editor:
Recently, Trump said that Michael Cohen did not write the check to Stormy Daniels . He himself wrote the check. He also said he had no prior knowledge about of the payment. Just in case this is not painfully obvious, first he writes the check, second the payment is made. So he knew before. He lied.
To the editor:
Hunting game is natural and good. With or without weapons it is a primal art deep within many of us. Good hunters develop a deep understanding of the animal, its tendencies and formulate strategy for success. If you don’t understand it that’s OK, but please don’t condemn it.
To the editor:
Today’s Washington Post (August 26) published an op-ed piece by former U.S. Attorney and current law professor Joyce White Vance entitled “Yes, Manafort and Cohen are guilty, but the rule of law is still in danger.”
I would like to hear your response to Professor Vance’s final paragraph which reads:
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