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- 09/26/18--12:47: _Northport Crowning
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- 09/26/18--12:47: _HOMECOMING SPIRIT
- 09/26/18--12:47: _Soccer Club wins in...
- 09/26/18--12:47: _Glen Lake, Leland r...
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- 09/26/18--12:47: _North Bay earns fir...
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- 09/26/18--12:47: Soil Erosion Permits
- 09/26/18--12:47: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 09/26/18--12:47: Construction Code Authority
- 09/26/18--12:47: Baking with Leelanau apples
- 09/26/18--12:47: Here come Leelanau Apples
- 09/26/18--12:47: Vlack Park enters a new era
- 09/26/18--12:47: Northport Crowning
- 09/26/18--12:47: Norsemen celebrate 50 years of football
- 09/26/18--12:47: HOMECOMING SPIRIT
- 09/26/18--12:47: Soccer Club wins in Traverse
- 09/26/18--12:47: Glen Lake, Leland roll to sweeps of Benzie and Buckley
- 09/26/18--12:47: Glen Lake falls in Upper Peninsula
- 09/26/18--12:47: Suttons Bay runs past Brethren behind running game
- 09/26/18--12:47: North Bay earns first win at Northport, Glen Lake ties Buckley
- 09/26/18--12:47: St. Mary girls place third, boys fifth in Evart
- 09/26/18--12:47: Leelanauts continue strong play against Elks
- 09/26/18--12:46: County to meet one week earlier
- 09/26/18--12:46: Building Dept. to hire inspectors; fund balance rises above $700k
- 09/26/18--12:46: Glen Arbor Treasurer expects his second retirement to stick
- 09/26/18--12:46: Village negotiating with top pick
Ted Cimafranca – (Don Bennett) Excavation for a new covered porch and an additional area for asphalt at 2736 S. Lake Leelanau Drive ($180).
Tribune 2 Properties – (Chris Hudson) Excavation for an addition of home foundation and garage at 3940 S. Lake Leelanau Drive ($140).
August 22, 2018
Robert H. and Jana L. Johnson to Jesse and Hilary Tien, Lot 34, The Shores No. 2 in Leelanau Township (Valuation Affidavit filed).
Matthew J. Lewis to Todd and Lenore Warnke, Lot 32, Blue Ridge Subdivision in Elmwood Township ($125,000).
Village of Suttons Bay
Carolyn T. Karr (Priced Right Builders Inc.) Construct residential add/alteration – master bedroom addition, crawl space, main floor and alteration main floor at 122 W. Summerset Ct. ($29,625).
Leelanau is renown for its cherries.
But this time of the year, apples are the kings at roadside stands and local farmer’s markets.
Spice-laced pumpkin sweets may be popular in fall, but they take second place to apple treats, served hot or cold, in Leelanau County.
“There’s nothing like a fresh apple,” said Ed Hahnenberg, owner of Hahnenberg Farm Market in Lake Leelanau.
And there’s nothing like an apple fresh from a Leelanau County apple tree.
A county landmark enjoyed by generations of fishermen in Solon Township has a different look this week.
Molon Excavating has been at Joe Vlack Memorial Park, working to take it back to its original state — which did not include a pond.
Fifty years of football will be celebrated Friday at Suttons Bay Public School.
Former players are invited to join in homecoming festivities that include walking in the traditional parade down St. Joseph St. at 5 p.m., eating at a chili dinner at 5:30 and taking in the Norseman gridiron contest in the 7 p.m. against Ashley.
REPRESENTING THEIR classes on the Suttons Bay homecoming court this year are, back row from left, Michael Wittman, sophomore; seniors Derek Piglowski, Caleb Smith, Seth Megill, Ethan Sommerfield, Nick DeJong and Otto Mork; freshman Hugh Periard and junior Camryn Knuab; front row from left are sophomore Nakisha Floyd, seniors Hanna Curtis, Victoria Smith, C
The Leelanau County Soccer Club earned championships.
Young county soccer teams participated in the Autumn Classic over the weekend at the Keystone Fields in Traverse City.
Seven county teams went to compete, and three teams were bracket champions. One other team was runner-up at the event.
Volleyball teams continued their mid-season matches. North Bay split their tri-match, and took on Onekama Tuesday. Leland went to the Morley Stanwood Invitational over the weekend, went to Buckley Tuesday.
After a long bus ride, Glen Lake struggled to score points at Gladstone.
Suttons Bay had no problem with Brethren Friday, moving the ball up and down the field.
County soccer teams hit the road Monday for road matchups. North Bay returned home for Northport’s homecoming Saturday, and earned its first victory of the season. Leland shut out Kingsley and Buckley with its high octane offense. Glen Lake tied Buckley and fell in two close matchups. Following are reports of each teams week in soccer.
County cross country teams were busy this week. Leland competed in three meets in six days. Glen Lake competed in Kingsley twice, one for the invite and the other for the Jamboree Tuesday.
St. Mary made its first trip to Evart high school for the Evart Wildcat Invitational. Following are each teams results from the week of meets.
Leelanau Tennis found the tough part of the schedule, as they made a trip to Traverse City West last Wednesday.
The Leelanauts fell, 3-5, in the eight matches against the Titans. The third set matches weren’t decided by games, but by points. The third set went to 10 points, and the winner must win by two.
In a series of 7-0 votes, the Leelanau County Board of Commissioners acted on a variety of issues at its regular monthly meeting last week.
• Acquisition of a $2,975 “forensic” software package used in crime investigations by the county Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Two new inspector positions have been created in the county Construction Codes Department, to replace two contractual inspector positions.
Acting on recommendations from County Administrator Chet Janik and Building Official Paul Hunter, head of the Construction Code Authority, the Leelanau County Board of Commissioners last week approved the change in a 7-0 vote.
Glen Arbor Township will soon be looking for someone to fill empty shoes left by treasurer Terry Gretzema. At 75 years old, Gretzema is ready to retire — for good this time.
After his first retirement from Rust- Oleum Corporation, Gretzema moved to Glen Arbor in the early 2000s from the Chicago area. But, as he explained, the winters are long here.
Contract discussions were underway yesterday with a potential new Suttons Bay Village Manager.
On Monday evening, the Suttons Bay Village Council conducted public interviews of five finalists for the position, narrowed down from a field of 19 who applied for the job.