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- 09/26/18--12:48: Sculpture dedicated in Leland at Old Art Building
- 09/26/18--12:48: ‘Nico’ joins club members for lunch
- 09/26/18--12:48: After-school art offered in Glen Arbor
- 09/26/18--12:48: Uncaged continues to grow
- 09/26/18--12:48: Members sought for Voices
- 09/26/18--12:47: Northport students design recycling signs for new site
- 09/26/18--12:47: Artists pitch in for children
- 09/26/18--12:47: Dispatch Blotter
- 09/26/18--12:47: 2 arrests reported
- 09/26/18--12:47: Photo
- 09/26/18--12:47: Lakeshore seeks young artists
- 09/26/18--12:47: Old trees no match for northbound wind line along bay
- 09/26/18--12:47: Bingham park members stay busy
- 09/26/18--12:47: Farm market, cidery, restaurant planned in Elmwood Township
- 09/26/18--12:47: County Cuisine
- 09/26/18--12:47: Talk of the County
- 09/26/18--12:47: Marriages performed
- 09/26/18--12:47: New assumed names filed in county
- 09/26/18--12:47: Marriage license applications filed
- 09/26/18--12:47: Deaths recorded in county
A sculpture has been dedicated on the grounds of the Old Art Building in Leland.
Artist Charles Hall created the sculpture, which was donated to the Leelanau Community Culture Center last fall.
Dan Lisuk, LCCC board president, hopes that the sculpture, entitled “Infinite Disc,” and other sculptures on the grounds will bring people to Leland.
Leelanau County Sheriff’s Office canine “Nico” and his handler deputy Greg Hornkohl will be featured at the next meeting of the Glen Lake Woman’s Club next Wednesday, Oct. 3.
After School Art for students in kindergarten through 8th grade will return next month to the Glen Arbor Arts Center (GAAC).
Instructor Sarah Cheek-Toomey plans build each of October’s four weekly units around the art of a different nation.
Some may call it Leelanau’s Lollapalooza.
The Northport Village Voices welcomes new members as the group prepares for the festive December Christmas Concert.
Weekly rehearsals are held from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and will begin on Tuesday, Oct. 16 in the Northport Public School music room.
Bins filled with bottles, cans and boxes have a new home in Northport. The site for recycling at the tip of the peninsula was moved last week to a new location on Mill Street.
The site was dedicated yesterday with a ribbon cutting.
Local artists offered up their work Friday to be auctioned for a good cause.
The Fine Art auction, sponsored by the Leelanau Early Childhood Development Committee, was hosted by the Leland Lodge. Funds raised supported Parenting Communities and attracted art lovers from around the county to Leland.
Wednesday, Sept. 19
6:48 a.m. — Bingham Township — Neighbor has dogs that run around on caller’s property and scares wildlife.
8:19 a.m. — Leelanau Township — Medium-size dog, light body with dark face, following caller and growling at her dog.
9:31 a.m. — Leelanau Township — Trespassing.
A 48-year-old Cedar woman was arrested for domestic violence after an altercation in Cedar.
Last Thursday about 8:15 p.m., deputies responded to a residence on South Kasson Street on a report of an altercation in the front yard of a home.
HERB SUDEMANN was promoted to the rank of lieutenant at last Thursday’s meeting of the Cedar Fire & Rescue board. He is pictured here with Chief Chris Comeaux.
Calling all young artists — or at least those under the age of 12.
The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore has opened its 2019 Annual Park Entrance Pass contest for the fourth year.
The remnants of summer blew away last week as strong winds wreaked havoc across the Leelanau Peninsula.
While not classified as a tornado, a blast of wind toppled trees across the peninsula, with most of the damage done close to West Grand Traverse Bay in the wake of a wind line that moved north early Friday morning.
It’s been a busy few months for the Bingham Township Parks & Recreation Committee, which is recruiting new members and seeking input from the public.
In addition to advising the Bingham Township Board on issues related to the township’s parks, committee members also conduct volunteer work at the parks.
The Elmwood Township Planning Commission discussed guidelines for “agricultural commercial enterprises” at its meeting last week — but the discussion didn’t have anything to do with Noverr Farm, which is seeking to host special events on a commercial basis on a 20-acre agricultural parcel in the northwest corner of the township.
If you're excited about cooling temperatures then you are probably thinking about the warmth of comfort food. A simple recipe for white chili from Anderson's Market made with ground turkey can answer the calling of your fall appetite. Anderson's Market is open seven days a week with a large range of deli options.
Name: Amanda McSauby
Resident of county since: 1984
Age and birthplace: 35, Grand Rapids, Michigan
John A. Pileggi and Dana R. Ahlquist, September 6 in Bingham Township
Rhiannon K. Magin and Richard C. Kerr, III, September 8 in Leland
Aaron D. Batsakis and Amanda Khoshnoud, September 15 in Leland Township
Kyle D. Watson and Skyler R. French, September 15 in Lawton Village
Beverley M. Sporck and Cleaton J. Cantrell, September 15 in Suttons Bay
ALLDAY Drywall; 2566 N. Beems Kwa Mi Kun, Suttons Bay – By George Appleton, 2566 N. Beems Kwa Mi Kun, Suttons Bay.
Andy E. Carlson and Rebecca A. Van Pelt
Stephen D. Seiple and Brittny M. Spicer
Amara A. Vogt and Chase W. Beck
Kyle R. Biega and Emily J. Bouse
Buck A. McBride and Kasey A. McBride
Claire E. Lammers and Jacob R. Baker
Luke A. Walter and Bridgette N. Kulpa
Beverly A. Fitzgerald, 79, of Solon Township died August 10 in Solon Township
William J. LeGray, 81, of Centerville Township died September 8 in Centerville Township
Sherwin J. Lutz, 93, of Pennisula Township died September 9 in Elmwood Township
Nancy L. Pepper, 88, of Green Lake Township died September 16 in Elmwood Township