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- 09/12/18--17:18: _CAROLINE FOULKE BRADY
- 09/12/18--17:18: _JANE ELLEN HANDLOSER
- 09/12/18--17:18: _JOYCE L. WAINWRIGHT
- 09/12/18--17:18: _Nora H. Gilbert
- 09/12/18--17:18: _Beau Charles Schocko
- 09/12/18--17:18: _Another arrest in F...
- 09/12/18--17:18: _Lakeshore cruising ...
- 09/12/18--17:18: _Study rates schools...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Rowers tackle Cuyah...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Lakeshore entrance ...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Leelanau scenery, r...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Record crowd for St...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Stories, more under...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Kilcherman named to...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Last responder skip...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _All are winners at ...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Hunters, be careful...
- 09/19/18--12:24: _Young, disabled hun...
- 09/19/18--12:23: _Course record broke...
- 09/19/18--12:23: _Chance passing of f...
- 09/12/18--17:18: CAROLINE FOULKE BRADY
- 09/12/18--17:18: JANE ELLEN HANDLOSER
- 09/12/18--17:18: JOYCE L. WAINWRIGHT
- 09/12/18--17:18: Nora H. Gilbert
- 09/12/18--17:18: Beau Charles Schocko
- 09/12/18--17:18: Another arrest in Fentanyl death
- 09/12/18--17:18: Lakeshore cruising toward record
- 09/12/18--17:18: Study rates schools on funds, tests
- 09/19/18--12:24: Rowers tackle Cuyahoga in heat
- 09/19/18--12:24: Lakeshore entrance fees waived, workbee planned
- 09/19/18--12:24: Leelanau scenery, roads prove popular
- 09/19/18--12:24: Record crowd for Street Fair
- 09/19/18--12:24: Stories, more underway at library
- 09/19/18--12:24: Kilcherman named to foundation council
- 09/19/18--12:24: Last responder skips Hell trip
- 09/19/18--12:24: All are winners at Heritage Festival
- 09/19/18--12:24: Hunters, be careful out there
- 09/19/18--12:24: Young, disabled hunters ready for early deer season
- 09/19/18--12:23: Course record broken in Empire Hill Climb
- 09/19/18--12:23: Chance passing of funeral procession linked to postcard
Caroline Foulke Brady, age 81, died at her Manhattan home on September 6, 2018 of complications of Achelasia, Parkinsons and abdominal surgery. Daughter of George and Esther Wood Brady, she grew up in Montclair, N.J.
LAKE LEELANAU – Jane Ellen Handloser, 78, formerly of Grosse Ile, passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 7, 2018 at home, surrounded by her loving family. Jane was born January 9, 1940 in Pontiac, the daughter of George and Bonnie (Bainter) Miles. Jane was a devoted wife mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. Her family was most important to her.
Northport- Joyce Lucille Wainwright, 87, of Northport, passed away Tuesday, August 28, 2018 surrounded by her loving daughters. Joyce was born October 13, 1930 in Dearborn, Michigan, the daughter of Kenneth Edward Moore and Eleanora Matilda (Malick) Moore. She and other family were original founders of St. James United Church of Christ in Dearborn, Michigan.
A funeral service was held Monday, Sept. 10 in Joliet, Ill. for Nora H. Gilbert of Joliet who died in her home.
She was 95.
Nora was born Oct. 10, 1922 in Los Angeles. She graduated from Springfield South High School in Springfield, Ohio and married her husband, Lloyd, on Nov. 9, 1946 in Chicago.
Services were held Monday, Sept. 10 at Kateri Tekakwitha Church in Peshawbestown for Beau Charles Schocko of Peshawbestown, who died Wednesday, Sept. 5 at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.
He was 41.
Beau was born Aug. 4, 1977 in Milwaukee, the son of Charles Cook and Carolyn Schocko.
The person believed to have played a leading role in the opiate death of a Suttons Bay man who unknowingly snorted pure Fentanyl rather than heroin into his body has been charged.
Her daughter has already pleaded guilty to selling the deadly drug to Suttons Bay resident Kevin D. Yannett.
Looks like nature is set to set a record.
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore so far in 2018 has been busier than any previous year on record.
Tom Ulrich, deputy superintendent at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, puts the number in perspective.
Spending more money per student doesn’t necessarily result in higher test scores.
That was one conclusion based on data released from the Michigan Department of Education (MDOE).
The report was discussed Monday by the Suttons Bay Board of Education. The district fared well, according to superintendent Mike Carmean.
The Lake Leelanau Rowing Club finished near the top of several races held on the Cuyahoga River that were sponsored by the Cleveland Rowing Foundation.
It’s your land. Saturday will provide an inexpensive time to enjoy it.
The entrance fee will be waived on Saturday for visitors to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore visitors as part of National Public Lands Day.
The National Park Service is also providing a way for you to improve access to those lands.
A good time was harvested by all.
Members of the Cherry Capital Cycling Club played host to hundreds of fellow bikers on Saturday during the Leelanau Harvest Tour, which attracted peddlers from across the state.
Included was Dan Hanley from Saginaw, who joined a group of bicyclists from Saginaw in winding their way through Leelanau County.
“Great food and great entertainment, how can you beat that?”
So asked Don Wilson of Lake Leelanau, who joined family members Saturday in attending the Lake Leelanau Street Fair.
The Glen Lake Community Library in Empire has begun another season of Stories & More, its weekly program for preschool kids and their caregivers.
JoAnne “Yogi” Beare will share stories, music, rhymes, and hands-on crafter each Thursday at 11 a.m., creating a fun and engaging environment for young learners.
Elizabeth Kilcherman has been appointed the Leelanau Township Community Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council advisor.
She was born and raised in Leelanau County, a graduate of Suttons Bay Public School. Then she continued her education at the University of Michigan, where she studied elementary education.
Instead of going to Hell last weekend, Jeff Morey of Lake Leelanau decided to stay closer to home.
He hung out Saturday in Leland during the annual Classic Car Show as part of the Leland Heritage Festival.
The winner of this year’s Classic Car Show that played a key role in the success of the Leland Heritage Festival was the same as last year’s winner — everybody who participated, according to J.P. VanRaalte, proprietor of historic Van’s Garage which organizes the event.
Firearms hunters headed out this weekend should follow a few guidelines for safety, according to DNR Wildlife Communications Coordinator Katie Keen
“Hunters orange is required for all firearm seasons,” Keen said. “For safety reason, the hunters have to wear orange to show the other hunters that they are out there and let their position be known.”
Deer season will begin Saturday for young and disabled hunters in Leelanau County.
Empire Hill Climb course record has been broken.
Jill Cheney thought she was in an episode of the “Twilight Zone.”
The Empire Township resident was out doing errands Sept. 7 that included a stop at Jaffe’s resale shop.