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- 09/05/18--16:26: Deaths recorded in county
- 09/05/18--16:26: Soil Erosion Permits
- 09/05/18--16:26: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 09/05/18--16:26: Fall a time for foraging for fungi
- 09/05/18--16:26: Canning for health, necessity
- 09/05/18--16:26: Dems double turnout for brats
- 09/05/18--16:26: First Bolt raises nearly $1,000
- 09/05/18--16:26: Extra Points: Puff wins Finton Cup
- 09/05/18--16:26: Glen Lake remains undefeated
- 09/05/18--16:26: Leland, Glen Lake cross country teams run hard at Benzie
- 09/05/18--16:26: LEELANAU COUNTY SPORTS CALENDAR
- 09/05/18--16:26: Best showing for Vineyard to Bay
- 09/05/18--16:26: Glads run past Lakers behind strong offense
- 09/05/18--16:25: Norsemen win big, remain undefeated
- 09/05/18--16:25: Leelanauts roll at home against Petoskey
- 09/05/18--16:25: Leland sweeps Glen Lake at elementary school gym
- 09/05/18--16:25: Input taken, still sought for final leg of Lakeshore trail
- 09/05/18--16:25: Village rearranges meeting schedule
- 09/05/18--16:25: Padellas get OK to move ahead with development off Richter Rd.
- 09/05/18--16:25: Apartment complex proposed in S-B for ‘workforce housing’
Sara L. Benner, 73, of Peninsula Township died August 17 in Elmwood Township
Gloria M. Sours, 77, of Suttons Bay died August 24 in Suttons Bay
Village of Northport
Village of Northport – (Chris Holton/ Superintendent) Place approx. 2 cubic yards of backfill, install rip rap along shoreline of Grand Traverse Bay at 4th Street Road end ($80).
August 9, 2018
John F. Van de Roovaart, Paul J. Van de Roovaart, and David B. Van de Roovaart to VDR Investments, LLC, Section 11 in Leland Township.
August 10, 2018
“It’s about being out in nature, going slow, and getting to know what’s around you,” said mushroomer Eric LaPaugh. “It’s really calming and therapeutic.”
Canning has been a part of Shirley Dunklow’s life for as long as she can recall.
Leelanau Democrats turned out in record numbers Monday for the party’s annual Labor Day Picnic at Leelanau Township’s Peterson Park.
At least 200 people were counted. In most previous years, about half that number have appeared.
“Fighting an uphill battle” is an often-used phrase, but a similar phrase might be used to describe Saturday’s inaugural Braman Bolt race. Except in this case, the phrase would be running an uphill battle.
The Bolt, as race director Sawyer Scott calls it, drew 29 competitors to run through the Village of Northport and to the top of Braman Hill.
Labor Day weekend was the final weekend for the Northport Bay Yacht Club.
Members of the yacht club was for the Max Finton PreMemorial Cup, which was established in 1980 to honor founding member and club mentor Dr. Max Finton. Three boats were just a point apart before Saturday’s finale.
Expectations were high for the Leland soccer team this season, and the Comets have not disappointed despite having minor injuries affecting a handful of players. But the surprise team so far as been Glen Lake, which has won its first four matches. North Bay, too, has been nursing some injuries that haven’t helped during a competitive schedule coming out of the gate.
County girls and boys cross country teams from Glen Lake and Leland competed in the HOKA One One Trails and Bales two-miler. The Suttons Bay club team sent two runners to the event as well. St. Mary didn’t compete at Benzie, but will run with other county teams at the Charlevoix Mud Run.
Glen Lake places seventh at Benzie
Nearly 300 runners came out Sunday for the Vineyard to Bay 15k and 5k.
The race contributed more than $14,000 to TART Trails, Suttons Bay Schools and the TCAPS.
“We had 118 finish the 5k and 165 finish the 15k,” event coordinator Ross Deye said. “This is our best showing at this race yet.”
Friendly banter before the game, opponents on the field.
Traverse City St. Francis (2-0) made the trip Friday to Glen Lake (0-2) and defeated the Lakers, 50-12. No matter the final score, Glen Lake coach Jerry Angers said he is proud of his team.
The bright lights on Thursday night didn’t affect the Norsemen on the field.
Suttons Bay (2-0, 1-0 Midwest) took it to Bellaire (1-1, 0-1 Midwest), as the Norse defeated the Eagles, 45-6 behind a school record breaking day from tight end Erik Halvorsen.
The Leelanauts returned to Glen Arbor Park, and took it to the Petoskey Northmen.
Leelanau shut out the visiting Northmen, 12-0 and grabbed the win in each of their flights. The singles matches took place at The Leelanau School, and the doubles matches took place at Glen Arbor Park.
Leland has set the bar high each year for them to be a successful teams, while other county teams are on the rise. North Bay has taken the three team co-op and started off strong.
Following are the scores from this week’s county volleyball matchups.
North Bay (7-1-1) continued its success with another victory on Tuesday night.
More than 100 people tried to crowd into the Cleveland Township Hall last Wednesday evening, Aug. 29, to hear about plans to construct the final five miles of the 22-mile-long Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail.
The trail begins near Empire and currently ends a stone’s thrown from the Township Hall, which is located on Harbor Highway (M-22) at County Road 669 (Bohemian Road).
The Village of Suttons Bay has published a new meeting schedule that was updated in part to accommodate the needs of interim village administrator Richard Lewis and the Village Council’s need to hire a new village administrator in the months ahead.
Developers Frank and Micheline Padella can move forward with a project that could result in construction of 13 new homes in Suttons Bay Township following action this week by the township Planning Commission.
Another new multi-family residential development has been proposed for construction just outside the Suttons Bay Village limits that could increase the stock of “workforce housing” in the community.