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    Plans to open a “spirits tasting room” at a new distillery in Elmwood Township received a boost from the Township Board this week.

    The board Monday night gave a nod to a zoning ordinance amendment that will allow distilleries to offer samples of their products much as wineries do throughout the township and elsewhere in Leelanau County.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Photos
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    DOWNSTATE CONTRACTORS working for the Leelanau County Solid Waste Council conduct the last household hazardous waste and electronics recycling event of the season Saturday at Cherry Bend Park in Elmwood Township.

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    by Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Plans to redevelop the Elmwood Township Marina over the next few years took another step forward this week with the Township Board deciding to solicit bids from firms that could oversee the project.

    Officials estimate they may need to spend around $150,000 to hire a firm that can finalize plans and oversee work on the first phase of the project beginning next year.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Photo
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    JOSEPH SIEMIANTKOWSKI and Andrew Dotterweich, from left, were in front of Buntings Cedar Market Saturday collecting donations for the Knights of Columbus.

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    This is the fifth of a series of articles on the story of Good Harbor, adapted from Good Harbor Michigan: The Story and the People 1850-1931 by Norbert Bufka. The book is available at local bookstores or from the author, www.thisonly.org

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Looking Back...
  • 5 YEARS AGO October 10, 2013

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Magistrate Court
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    Rebecca B. Skrainka, 67, of 805 Newport, St. Louis, Mo. — Dog at large — $110 fines and costs.

    Steve P. Hufstader, 30, 1653 S. Port Oneida Rd., Maple City — Expired plates — $100 fines and costs.

    Maureen F. Carlson, 56, of 12804 S. Coleman Rd., Empire — Speeding 60 in a 55-mph zone — $120 fines and costs.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Dispatch Blotter
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    Wednesday, Oct. 3

    11:07 a.m. — Leelanau Township — Trespassing.

    12:20 p.m. — Leland Township — Neighbors has cats that keep multiplying. They appear to be in poor condition with mange, fleas and a bloated stomach.

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    Alcohol may have played a role in two of three traffic accidents in the past week in Leelanau County.

    Friday about 11:25 p.m., deputies and Cedar Area Fire and Rescue responded to a single vehicle, into a tree, on South Cedar Road north of Kasben Road.

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    Students at Northport Public School will soon enjoy a more robust middle school experience. The school board Monday voted to expand the middle school curriculum when it approved an enrichment plan, following a presentation by English teacher Donna Wilson.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Photo
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    GLEN LAKE coach Jerry Angers addresses the homecoming crowd Friday during the Salute to Service before the game.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Photo
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    FIBER ART was on display and for sale at the Old Art Building in Leland this weekend during an M-22 Art Tour that included three other venues.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Road shoulders to be paved
  • By Jen Murphy
    of the Enterprise staff

    Bikers and pedestrians at the northernmost part of the peninsula may soon have a smoother ride. A citizen-led effort by Leelanau Township resident Don Frerichs has resulted in the support of the township board to install hard shoulders on Co. Rd. 629 between Cathead Bay Road south to Knollwood Drive.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Heritage Day set in Empire
  • Celebrate the greatness of the past this weekend with Heritage Day. The Saturday afternoon event features fun for the whole family at the Empire Area Museum Complex from 1 to 4 p.m.

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    Bingham planners last week took an initial look at a project that could substantially “transform” the vacant corner of County Road 633 (Center Highway) and County Road 618 (Bingham Road).

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Hoppin’ time in Empire
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    Scattered rain showers and chilly temperatures did not deter hundreds of people from enjoying craft beer, music and local cuisine Saturday at the Empire Hops & Harvest Festival.

    “We drove up here just for this,” said Bruce and Carrie Hebert from downstate Niles.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Housing plan given first OK
  • By Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Plans to build 14 residential rental units in four buildings on Herman Road just south of the Suttons Bay Public Schools campus will move ahead following preliminary approval last week by the Suttons Bay Township Planning Commission.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Photo
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    STRONG WINDS throughout the week blew over the Good Harbor Vineyards sign last Thursday, and broke it in two pieces.

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    It’s never too early to think snow.

    Just ask the people living near Marquette who woke up to one to two inches of Friday morning.

    Last Thursday, the day began with temperatures in the 70s and dropped to a chilly 48 degrees within the course of a couple hours.

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  • 10/10/18--12:19: Photo
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    SYDNEY HAZELTON and Joey Fosmore were crowned homecoming king and queen Friday at Glen Lake Community School.

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