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- 09/19/18--12:23: Marriages performed
- 09/19/18--12:23: Marriage license applications filed
- 09/19/18--12:23: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 09/19/18--12:23: Construction Code Authority
- 09/19/18--12:23: Where to find Soul Squeeze
- 09/19/18--12:23: Work underway to build a school at Binsfeld Center
- 09/19/18--12:22: Wine the dream for attorney, accountant
- 09/19/18--12:22: Candidate forum in Northport
- 09/19/18--12:22: Leland School Bd. works on ‘action plan’
- 09/19/18--12:22: Workforce housing boost
- 09/19/18--12:22: Committee to discuss sign’s fate
- 09/19/18--12:22: Elmwood Fire buys $280,000 ‘brush truck’
- 09/19/18--12:22: Elmwood welcomes Mikowski
- 09/19/18--12:22: Drain unplugged, but will Elmwood pull plug on Brewery Creek land?
- 09/19/18--12:22: Empire deputy clerk gives no notice
- 09/19/18--12:22: Scott finishes third at Ellsworth
- 09/19/18--12:22: Norse suffer first defeat of season
- 09/19/18--12:22: Lakers hold off late surge from Panthers
- 09/19/18--12:21: Leelanauts strong against Traverse City Central, West
William H. Derouin and Michele R. McClintock, August 25 in Suttons Bay
Emma J. Shipley and Benjamin W. Roos, September 1 in Suttons Bay
Matthew R. Wade and Samantha J. Weller, September 2 in Glen Arbor Township
Nicholas M. Watkins and Claire J. Whitaker, September 8 in Leland Township
Lydia M. Vanraalte and Phillip D. Elya, September 8 in Elmwood Township
Thomas G. Fabian and Emily M. Schaub
David J. Tropf and Maeve C. Burns
Gilbert D. Jauregui and Breanna R. Pehlivan
Paul E. Montagne and Jessica A. Steed
Kristen L. Gulock and Lee J. Oshnock
Eleni A. Kouvatsos and Jon N. Pierce
Elliott R. Gallagher and Sarah L. Rousseau
Ryan J. Werder and Katherine C. Sulau
August 22, 2018
Jeffrey W. and Amanda L. Greene to themselves, Lot 2, Section 11 in Empire Township.
Danielle Lienau to Mark D. Lienau, Section 9 in Suttons Bay Township.
Joseph T. Kasben to William E. Kasben, Section 19 in Solon Township.
Cindy H. Hull to Douglas A. Hull, Section 2 in Kasson Township.
Village of Empire
Leonard J. Shalda (Harriger Construction Inc.) Construct residential add/alteration – install handicapped ramp at 11580 S. Union Street ($1,120).
Village of Suttons Bay
Of the 160 outlets for Soul Squeeze beverages, only four businesses in Leelanau County stock products from the Old Mission-based wine and cider company.
[img_assist|nid=209134|title=|desc= A CREW from Blue Star Demolition removed cabinets and countertops from a kitchen which previously served the Leelanau Peninsula High School. The wall, torn down Monday, will create a common space for the Leelanau Montessori Public School Academy.
[img_assist|nid=209131|title=|desc= SHOWN AT the construction site of a new wine tasting room in Lake Leelanau are, from left, James Shaw and project manager Jim Winter from Spence Brothers, and Soul Squeeze co-owner Luke Pickelman.
Twelve candidates vying for seven positions will be front and center at a forum set for next Wednesday, Sept. 26, in the Leelanau Township fire hall.
The Northport candidate forum, scheduled from 7-9 p.m., is a grassroots community effort. Moderator Suzanne Hoff will direct written audience questions to candidates.
Board goals and an administrative action plan for the 2018-19 school year were discussed this week by the Leland Board of Education.
The board during its regular monthly meeting Monday reviewed the goals, unchanged from last year. The “action plan” for superintendent Jason Stowe, principal and business manager Sandy Thomas, spells out how to reach those goals.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony today marked an improvement for workforce housing provided at The Leelanau School in Glen Arbor.
Through a $30,000 donation from Cherry Republic, a new common room the “Cherry Republic Common Room” was created at Leelanau School’s Cochran dormitory, for use by summer and year-round boarders.
A committee has been named to recommend the future for a new sign installed in front of the Glen Arbor Township Hall that has caused an uproar in the community.
Supervisor Peter VanNort shared the names of those who have agreed to make recommendations to the board “relative to communications and the sign.”
The Elmwood Township Fire and Rescue Department will acquire a new brush truck worth nearly $280,000 following action last week by the Elmwood Township Board.
At its regular monthly meeting on Sept. 10, the board voted 7-0 on a recommendation from Fire Chief Keith Tampa and the township Public Safety Committee to acquire the new truck from a manufacturer in Grayling.
The Elmwood Township Board welcomed its new treasurer last week to her first regular monthly board meeting.
Chris Mikowski, an Elmwood Township resident who had served for several years as chief deputy treasurer of Leelanau County, late last month replaced longtime township treasurer Deb Street, who died in July.
The Elmwood Township Board last week agreed to spend up to $4,000 to clear a plugged stormwater drainage line at its Brewery Creek property across M-22 from the township marina.
The Village of Empire hired a clerk who is now working without a deputy.
Village president Sam Barr confirmed Tuesday that deputy clerk Darlene Friend resigned abruptly last week.
“At the conclusion of our work session (last Thursday) she announced her resignation,” Barr said.
Friend cleaned out her desk and has not returned to work since.
Manitou wins Leelanau Cup
Manitou Passage defeated reigning champion Bahle Farms Sunday and hoisted the Leelanau Cup.
For the past 20 years, several of Leelanau County’s golf courses have come together in September to compete in a “Ryder Cup” format known locally as the Leelanau Cup.
County boys and girls cross country teams had runners place in the top 20 in each race. Glen Lake and Leland traveled to Ellsworth Saturday to compete in the Ellsworth: House on the Hill. Suttons Bay and The Leelanau School club teams also sent a few runners to the Ellsworth meet. St. Mary traveled to Ludington Saturday to take part in the Ludington Cross Country Invitational.
The first loss always hurts.
Tri-Unity Christian (4-0, 1-0 Midwest) defeated Suttons Bay (3-1, 2-1 Midwest), 38-27 in a close game.
“They (Tri-Unity) played really well against us,” coach Garrick Opie said. “They have a lot of talented players on the team, and they’ve have a good program.”
Glen Lake wasn’t looking back.
Glen Lake (2-2, 2-0 NMFL) defeated Frankfort (2-2, 0-1 NMFL), 28-14, behind a strong running game.
“The players did a good job on defense,” Glen Lake coach Jerry Angers said. “It’s a rivalry game, so you better finish against your rival.”
The Leelanauts traveled to the Homestead to take on Traverse City West and Traverse City Central and won two of the singles flights.
Traverse City West took the No. 1 and No. 2 singles flights, but the Leelanauts took the No. 3 singles and No. 4 singles.