Articles on this Page
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Omena has a private...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Perch bite starting...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Workshop on mushrooms
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Super Sunnies
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Yogi’s happy; 200 a...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Leland bridge w wal...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Bridge walk has fee...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Shumaker to talk ab...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Scholar to talk abo...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _1883 tornado has ro...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Bats may lead to Ea...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Fire dept. plans tr...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Requesting Donation...
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Dispatch Blotter
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Joining Forces
- 09/05/18--16:27: _Some farmers market...
- 09/05/18--16:26: _TALK of the COUNTY
- 09/05/18--16:26: _Construction Code A...
- 09/05/18--16:26: _Marriage license ap...
- 09/05/18--16:26: _Marriages performed
- 09/05/18--16:27: Omena has a private, bite-size bridge walk
- 09/05/18--16:27: Perch bite starting to pick up
- 09/05/18--16:27: Workshop on mushrooms
- 09/05/18--16:27: Super Sunnies
- 09/05/18--16:27: Yogi’s happy; 200 attend
- 09/05/18--16:27: Leland bridge w walk hits 19 years
- 09/05/18--16:27: Bridge walk has feel of ‘small town’
- 09/05/18--16:27: Shumaker to talk about Arcadia book
- 09/05/18--16:27: Scholar to talk about residency
- 09/05/18--16:27: 1883 tornado has roots today in Hansen’s therapeutic music
- 09/05/18--16:27: Bats may lead to Eagle Scout award
- 09/05/18--16:27: Fire dept. plans tribute to 9/11
- 09/05/18--16:27: Requesting Donations for the Upcoming
- 09/05/18--16:27: Dispatch Blotter
- 09/05/18--16:27: Joining Forces
- 09/05/18--16:27: Some farmers markets ending; casino offers Birch Room concerts
- 09/05/18--16:26: TALK of the COUNTY
- 09/05/18--16:26: Construction Code Authority
- 09/05/18--16:26: Marriage license applications filed
- 09/05/18--16:26: Marriages performed
The Omena Mayor and three Omena Village Council members attended the Sixth Annual Omena Bridge Walk over Krist Creek on Labor Day along with about 54 of their human constituents. Mayor Sweet Tart McKee, a Norwegian Forest cat, was joined by Village Council members Brit Walker, a Black lab, Schatzi Putnam-Bradley, and Bailey Kondrat. Both Schatzi and Bailey are mixed breed rescue dogs.
Perch and salmon fishing is picking up.
On Glen Lake, perch are starting to enter their fall feeding routine, according to Carl Oleson.
“I’ve been out perch fishing and doing fairly well on Glen Lake,” he said. “We are doing really well with them, but the rainbows are kind of spotty.”
For those interested in increasing their mushroom knowledge, Linda Scribner will offer a workshop on mushrooms in the county Government Center in Suttons Bay Township on Tuesday from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Scribner is a certified wild mushroom expert licensed to commercially harvest and sell wild mushrooms in Michigan.
Who else but Yogi Beare would help organize a bridge walk set in the middle of National Park Service land?
Welcome to the 23rd annual Glen Lake bridge walk.
Beare, whose first name is really JoAnne, joined Tom Plasman and Bill Thompson in putting together a short walk that served to unite the community after a busy summer.
The 20th annual Leland Labor Day Bridge Walk was a rousing success, according to the chair of the Leland Committee for Holiday Excitement.
Committee chair Patricia Soutas-Little said excellent weather and strong community spirit prompted a good turnout of local residents and visitors for an annual celebration dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.
Despite a cloudy day, dozens of people showed up to walk across the bridge Labor Day in Lake Leelanau.
Author Heather Shumaker will discuss her book, “Saving Arcadia: A Store of Conservation and Community in the Great Lakes” at 4 p.m., next Wednesday, Sept 12, at the Leland Township Library.
“Saving Arcadia,” a Michigan Notable Book, has been described as a page-turning “land conservation action thriller.”
John Hartig, a Fulbright Scholar and the manager for the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge, will talk about his time as artist-in-residence with the Glen Arbor Art Center (GAAC) next Thursday, Sept. 13.
It was a perfect storm of sorts: An anniversary of a devastating tornado of long ago, a modern-day medical research facility, and a musician whose love for music helps patients of all sorts.
To earn his Eagle, he’s helping bats.
Micah Thoreson, a senior at Lake Leelanau St. Mary, is checking the boxes toward his Eagle Scout award. One of the required “boxes” is a service project, Thoreson explained.
He chose bats. Specifically, the Northern Long Eared Bat.
The Glen Lake Fire Department will hold its annual 9-11 commemoration at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at the fire station on State St. in Glen Arbor.
The program marks the 17th anniversary of the attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City. Particularly remembered will be the 343 firefighters and medics who lost their lives in the tragedy.
120 Waukazoo Northport
The Event will Raise Funds for Phase 1 of the Veterans Memorial in Haserot Park. Dig through your attic, closets and garage and help us turn your neglected into treasures in cash for this noble Village Memorial project.
For more information or donations or to volunteer call
Thursday, Aug. 30
11:14 a.m. — Cleveland Township — Float plane illegally parked at access ramp. Was hard for caller to take pontoon into trailer. Tied to a tree in the water. Blocking the access ramp.
Farmers market season changes
Shishito peppers have been the next best thing this summer at farmers markets in Leelanau County.
Name: Ray Mulliner
Town or township of residence: Cleveland Township, across the road from Little Traverse Lake.
Value of Permits during last week: $2,390,886
Total Value of 2018 Permits through August 30, 2018:
As of August 31, 2017: $34,305,362
As of September 1, 2016: $34,305,362
As of September 5, 2013: $29,379,932
No. of Permits for August 24, 2018 to August 30, 2018: 16
Total number of permits for 2018: 492
Emma J. Shipley and Benjamin W. Roos
Matthew R. Wade and Samantha J. Weller
Samuel K. Long and Jordan R. Bauer
Rob K. Slate and Sara K. Moore
Morgan B. Michalek and James Deng
Christopher T. Platt and Josie K. Johnson
Austin J. Flees and Malaika D. Montague, August 18 in Thompsonville
Amelie Sterling and Tyler A. Wieserman, August 18 in Empire
Lauren E. Haberman and Dan F. Springer III, August 18 in Glen Arbor Township
Ryan H. Hutton and Kristina M. Smolak, August 19 in Elmwood
Ryan T. Griffin-Stegink and Ariel E. Ranieri, August 24 in Suttons Bay Township