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  • 08/29/18--13:44: Gertrude Adah Roberts
  • A funeral service will be held at noon Saturday at Martinson Funeral Home in Suttons Bay for Gertrude Adah Roberts of Acworth, Ga. who died Aug. 15 in Marietta, Ga.

    She was 98.

    Adah was born Oct. 30, 1919 in Detroit, the daughter of Camby and Edith (Faul) Clarke. On Nov. 3, 1962 in Florida she married Kenneth Luther Roberts who preceded her in death on March 7, 1993.

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  • 08/29/18--13:44: David M. McKisson
  • A celebration will be held Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Leland Lodge for David M. McKisson of Northport who died Aug. 28 at home.

    He was 63.


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  • 08/29/18--13:44: Doris J. Dahlberg
  • Interment will take place at a later date at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly for Doris J. Dahlberg of Farmington Hills, formerly of Northport, who died Aug. 16.

    She was 92.

    Doris is survived by her daughter, Janet Parker and son, Carl (Terryl) Dahlberg; two grandchildren; and siblings Mildred Lapier, John Earhart and Donald Earhart.

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  • 08/29/18--13:44: Lenore Ann Hagstrom
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    A memorial service will be held at a later date for Lenore Ann Hagstrom of Leland who died Monday, Aug. 27.

    She would have turned 83 today.

    Lenore was born Aug. 30, 1935 to the late George and Gertrude (Olsen) Kahrs of Leland and was a 1953 Leland School graduate.

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  • 08/29/18--13:44: WESLEY REX MCCLAIN
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    Born April 19, 1925 in Scott, Ohio, Wesley Rex McClain, at age 93, went home to Jesus Monday, August 20, 2018.

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    By Amy Hubbell
    Of The Enterprise staff

    Too much. Too fast.

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    By Jen Murphy
    of the Enterprise staff

    Editor’s note: Staff writer Jen Murphy has been chronicling the efforts of the Hallstedt family to make cherry farming their full-time occupations. This is Murphy’s final installment in the four-part series. We are pleased to share with readers that the Hallstedts had a successful harvest.

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    By Alan Campbell
    Of The Enterprise staff

    The man who the Leelanau County Prosecutor’s Office accused of robbing a bank in Empire remains out of jail and uncharged with a crime.

    That’s bothersome to prosecutors in Leelanau and Grand Traverse counties, but a relief for accused bank robber William F. Minore of Benzie County.

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    By Amy Hubbell
    Of The Enterprise staff

    The number of students attending Leelanau County’s four public schools continues to fall with just one school expecting an increase in students when classes resume Tuesday.

    The biggest drop is expected at Glen Lake, while Leland is anticipating another increase.

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  • 08/29/18--13:43: SCHOOL BELLS
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    PRIMARY GUIDES, from left, Chelsea Boehrnsen and Paige Peterson, arrange bells that will be used to introduce Montessori students aged 3 to 6 to musical sound. School doors open Tuesday across the peninsula, with coverage provided in our Diversions section.

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    Irene Clark of Suttons Bay was the top winner of the St. Mary Key Campaign Car Raffle.

    Clark’s ticket, sold to her by church family Jeff and Shelly Grant, was drawn by the Rev. Bryan Medlin Sunday after 11 a.m. Mass.

    As of presstime Clark had yet to decide whether to take the 2018 Ford Escape or $25,000 in cash. As the top winner, she had her choice.

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    A special visitor walked in the Enterprise office Tuesday on four legs.

    Leelanau, a puppy being trained to be a guide dog for Leader Dogs for the Blind, stopped in with his trainers Steve and Mary Landry.

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    By Amy Hubbell
    Of The Enterprise staff

    Nearly three dozen homeless people will have something to help them carry their load, thanks to three women from a Glen Arbor church.

    The trio of Diane Elmer, Laurel Peterson and Karin Olson from Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Glen Arbor took a page from “Gone with the Wind” when they repurposed drapes from their church to make tote bags for the homeless.

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    Jim and Sharon Doyle on Friday celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

    Jim Doyle and the former Sharon Biddison exchanged wedding vows on Aug. 31, 1968, in United Methodist Church in Fairborn, Ohio. Rev. Kellogg performed the ceremony.

    The Doyles met while attending Ohio State University. They have a seasonal home on Glen Lake and a farm home near Springfield, Ohio.

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    Marta Hitchcock and Alex Wiesen, both of Maple City, exchanged wedding vows on July 29 at the Mountain Flower Lodge at The Homestead. Jan Price performed the ceremony.

    The bride is the daughter of Scott and Mary Hitchcock of Rockford, Ill. A graduate of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, she is enrolled in the master’s in nursing program at Rush University in Chicago.

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    A couple who played key roles in the revitalization of the Village of Northport will soon be celebrating their 65th anniversary.

    William T. Collins Jr. and the former Nina Virginia Hacker were married on Sept. 12, 1953, in Bryn Mawr, Pa. The Rev. Thorne Sparkman of the Church of the Redeemer united the couple.

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    Audrey M. Kalchik and John M. Evans, both of Traverse City, are planning a spring wedding.

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    The following is story and photos are taken from Kathleen Craker Firestone’s “The Fox Islands North and South.”

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  • 09/05/18--16:27: Looking Back...
  • 5 YEARS AGO

    September 5, 2013

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    By BILL THOMPSON
    Phone 334-4486 email: BThomp9264@aol.com * * *

    Labor Day is bittersweet for me. It’s the end of summer, which has been a lot of work for anyone in the retail or hospitality fields. This is the time when business owners realize enough to stay open for the off-season. As I’ve said before, some business owners give a sigh of relief and are glad that it’s over.

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