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  • 09/05/18--16:25: 13th Circuit Court
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    Chief Judge, Thomas G. Power Judge, Kevin A. Elsenheimer

    Christopher F. Barnes, 20, of 322 S. Washington St., Traverse City — Sentenced after pleading guilty to possession of marijuana and attempted home invasion, second offense; to serve 11 months in jail with credit for 211 days served; $250 fines and costs.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: Magistrate Court
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    Magistrate, Norene D. Kastys

    Casey R. Geer, 21, of 4269 Bridlewood Dr., Traverse City — No proof of insurance — $25 fines and costs.

    Yvonne M. Galvas, 64, of 6162 E. Carpenter Rd., Flint — Park in an area designated for boat trailer — $25 fines and costs.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: 86th District Court
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    Chief Judge, Michael S. Stepka • Judge, Thomas J. Phillips

    Ronald S.

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    No charges are expected in the killing of a dog that law enforcement personnel say had bitten someone earlier in the day it was dispatched.

    The dog, a mixed-breed husky, was killed by a Traverse City man and buried on federal property near Little Traverse Lake. The incident has drawn widespread attention on social media.

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    To the editor:

    To All Who May Vote in November.

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    To the editor:

    I am a Christian. But even those who are not would still recognize and value the wisdom, guidance and virtues in Paul’s letter to the church at Philipi when he says:

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    To the editor:

    It appears to me that the taxpayers of the village of Empire will be paying a price because of seemingly reckless and assumptive behaviors by some of the Empire village council members.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: Reader's Forum:
  • By Casey Cowell

    Several weeks ago your paper ran an article on a large pole building erected in Glen Arbor Township by Vaughn Dietzel. The property next door is owned by my wife, Dana Cowell. Dana initiated two successful challenges of this project in the Leelanau County Circuit Court.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: Reader's Forum:
  • By Kathy Garthe and Sherry Koenig

    The following is a more accurate depiction of the fund-raising effort in conjunction with the Northport Streetscape and Street Light project:

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: Reader's Forum:
  • By Joan Brovins

    Though I do not reside in or have property in the Leelanau Township Special Assessment District (SAD), I note the $1.56 million deficit in sewer revenues, excluding the Village of Northport’s shortfall. Both government units must pay off $13.2 million in sewer bonds. In 2005, public officials made a gross miscalculation. But now we must pay the due bill.

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    By Tim Skubick

    It’s the day after the night before and they are picking up the pieces inside the Abdul El Sayed campaign after the Aug. 7 vote. The guy who finished second in the Democratic primary for governor is fielding all sorts of “I’m sorry we let you down” apologies from his now former campaign staffers.

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    To the editor:

    Our family has lived in the Suttons Bay school district for 30 years. I had the privilege of serving on the school board for 20 of those years. While doing this I’ve had many opportunities to interact with Marian Kromkowski. In the past few years,

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    To the editor:

    Last year the nurses at Munson Medical Center voted to be represented by a union and to address their economic and non-economic issues through collective bargaining. Affiliating with a union provides the nurses with negotiating experience. It also brings a third party to the table.

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    To the editor:

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    To the editor:

    On Nov. 6, vote for Marian Kromkowski for Leelanau County Probate Judge.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: Is justice slow or inept?
  • In the case of William F. Minore, is justice blind? Is it just slow? Or is it inept?

    We are all judges of our justice system. In the case of Mr. Minore, the one thing you can say for sure is that justice is slow.

    So when does slow turn to inept?

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    A column by Jen Murphy

    Recent opportunities I’ve had to talk with folks in Leelanau County who have connected with long-lost birth family members have created a special opportunity for me.

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    Glen Arbor residents were surprised and a few were shocked to learn that what’s good for the goose is exempt for the gander.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: Coming Events
  • TODAY

    7:20-8:20 a.m. — Step Aerobics: Old Art Building, Leland; $8.

    8:30-9:30 a.m. — Senior Exercise: Old Art Building; Leland; $4.

    9 -10 a.m. — Beginning / Open Practice Session Tai Chi (free): Northport Fitness; 109 E Nagonaba St., Northport.

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  • 09/05/18--16:25: County Dates
  • Boats, music, more in Greilickville

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