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- 10/03/18--12:41: There’s good, bad news from pumpkin patches
- 10/03/18--12:41: Have fun with county snowfall
- 10/03/18--12:41: Retired school folks to meet
- 10/03/18--12:41: Cast auditions set for Glen Arbor play
- 10/03/18--12:41: Omena restroom update to be celebrated
- 10/03/18--12:41: Photo
- 10/03/18--12:41: Returning vets ‘ready for fun’ after losing buddies
- 10/03/18--12:41: St. Mary students send notes
- 10/03/18--12:41: Schools to honor vets
- 10/03/18--12:41: County vets make final mission to nation’s capital
- 10/03/18--12:41: Siddall commits to DePaul
- 10/03/18--12:41: North Bay outlasts Glen Lake
- 10/03/18--12:41: Leelanauts blank TC St. Francis, beat Elk Rapids
- 10/03/18--12:41: Staggs, Scott place first as individuals for Glen Lake
- 10/03/18--12:40: Glen Lake holds off Elk Rapids
- 10/03/18--12:40: SB runs past Ashley on homecoming
- 10/03/18--12:40: Leland posts three shutouts, G-L gets past North Bay
- 10/03/18--12:40: Curbs and gutters draw meeting ire
- 10/03/18--12:40: Empire man arrested for assaulting his girlfriend
- 10/03/18--12:40: Northport man arrested for breaking into home
‘Tis the season for jack-o’-lanterns. But growing the traditional Halloween accoutrement isn’t always easy.
“My crop was really bad,” said Gallagher’s Farm Market farm manager James Hart. “I had a vine borer infestation I wasn’t able to stay on top of.”
It’s the type of pest that when spotted, it’s too late.
It’s anybody’s guess how harsh — or mild — the upcoming snowy season will be.
But the opportunity is here to win some cash with your guess as well as county-wide esteem.
The Leelanau Enterprise Snowfall Contest officially begins today.
The Leelanau Chapter of the Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) next week will host Chuck Abshagen, the state group’s legislative representative.
Three main topics will be discussed when the group meets on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Friendship Community Center in Suttons Bay.
If you’ve dreamed of performing on stage, now may be your chance.
The Glen Arbor Players will hold auditions for the holiday production “The Bells of Saint Mary’s,” Wednesday at 7 p.m. at the Glen Lake Reformed Church.
In Omena, a restroom update will recognized with a ceremony.
The Omena Fire Hall will be celebrated Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 6:45 p.m. to officially acknowledge the opening of a new ADA compliant restroom. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The restroom project has been in the works for many months, said Leelanau Township supervisor Doug Scripps.
GLEN LAKE’S 2018 homecoming king and queen will be crowned at halftime of Friday’s football game against Kingsley. Pictured, front row from left, are Sydney Hazelton, Taylor Deatrick, Lily Ewing, Kasidy Skipski and Madison Leader; back row from left, Rolli Charpentier, Joey Fosmore, Xander Okerlund, Drew Peterson and Christian Barber.
The Korean War was different.
Life changing, certainly, as all wars are. And tragic in its loss of life, as nearly 37,000 Americans perished.
But wedged between all-out World War II and checkered Vietnam, the Korean War drew the attention of America from afar.
Letters of appreciation from St. Mary students were delivered last week to local veterans returning from the Honor Flight to Washington, D.C.
Glen Lake and Kingsley schools plan to join efforts to honor veterans, active duty military and first responders while remembering those who have lost their lives in service.
The first “Salute to Service” football game is slated for Friday evening when Glen Lake hosts Kingsley.
“My wife cried the whole time,” said John Conder, recalling the scenes at Cherry Capital Airport when he and a plane-full of World War II and Korean War veterans were whisked to and from Washington for a visit honoring their service.
Volleyball is in the future for this Comet.
Ella Siddall has made her decision to continue her academic and athletic careers at DePaul University.
District fields have been assigned, and county volleyball teams will face off against familiar competition. Suttons Bay will be home for the districts for North Bay and Glen Lake. The two county teams also have Elk Rapids, Mancelona, Traverse City St. Francis and Traverse City Grand Traverse Academy in their district.
The Leelanauts have continued to heat up at the right time of the tennis season.
With strong performances late in the season, the four school co-op took on Traverse City St. Francis and shut them out, 8-0.
County boys and girls cross country teams met at Veronica Valley for the St. Mary Invitational. Personal records were set across the board by county cross country runners. Following are the results from each county team at the meet.
St. Mary boys place first
Glen Lake remains atop the Northern Michigan Football Conference - Leaders division.
Glen Lake (3-3, 3-0 NMFL) defeated Elk Rapids (4-2, 2-1 NMFL) Friday, 23-15, behind 265 yards on the ground.
Suttons Bay didn’t disappoint the homecoming crowd.
The Norsemen (5-1, 2-1 Midwest) ran past Ashley (1-5), 54-12, behind a strong running performance.
Drawings for the 2018 boys soccer districts have been done, and county teams will face off against each other. In the first match of the districts Monday, Oct. 15, North Bay will host Leland.
“Unsightly and unnecessary” was a common phrase heard Tuesday at the Leelanau County Road Commission meeting.
It was standing room only as more than 20 residents and business owners showed up to express concerns about the current curb and gutter policy. The Road Commission took no action.
A 38-year-old Empire man was arraigned this week after allegedly assaulting his longtime girlfriend.
Brock M. Blough of 5441 Beeman Rd., pleaded not guilty to charges of second-offense domestic violence, assault and battery, and attempted interfering with an electronic communication device.
The charges are in connection with an incident that occurred last Wednesday, Sept. 27.
A 24-year-old Northport man was arraigned this week after allegedly breaking in to an occupied home Friday morning.
Austin G. Miller of 114 N. Fourth St., is charged with breaking and entering and unlawful driving away an automobile from a home in Northport.