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- 10/10/18--12:18: _County Dates
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Public Notices For ...
- 10/10/18--12:18: _LORETTA M. GALLA
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Joyce Alice Sheridan
- 10/10/18--12:18: _MARILYN FRANCES MCC...
- 10/10/18--12:18: _NANCY G. ZACHARY
- 10/10/18--12:18: _JOYCE L. WAINWRIGHT
- 10/10/18--12:18: _RANDY ROBERT DAY
- 10/10/18--12:18: _WILLETT, JOANNE
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Ludwig Francis Houdek
- 10/10/18--12:18: _THE CHERRY PIE DEBATES
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Foul play ruled out...
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Fall colors nearing...
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Boards don’t like m...
- 10/10/18--12:18: _Leland grows, other...
- 10/10/18--12:18: _COLOR CREW
- 10/12/18--11:41: _Want to hear state ...
- 10/11/18--06:19: _Glen Lake Football
- 10/11/18--06:19: _Suttons Bay Football
- 10/17/18--13:45: _One arrest, two tre...
- 10/10/18--12:18: County Dates
- 10/10/18--12:18: Public Notices For Leelanau County
- 10/10/18--12:18: LORETTA M. GALLA
- 10/10/18--12:18: Joyce Alice Sheridan
- 10/10/18--12:18: MARILYN FRANCES MCCORMICK
- 10/10/18--12:18: NANCY G. ZACHARY
- 10/10/18--12:18: JOYCE L. WAINWRIGHT
- 10/10/18--12:18: RANDY ROBERT DAY
- 10/10/18--12:18: WILLETT, JOANNE
- 10/10/18--12:18: Ludwig Francis Houdek
- 10/10/18--12:18: THE CHERRY PIE DEBATES
- 10/10/18--12:18: Foul play ruled out in drowning
- 10/10/18--12:18: Fall colors nearing peak in county
- 10/10/18--12:18: Boards don’t like marijuana proposal
- 10/10/18--12:18: Leland grows, other schools lag
- 10/10/18--12:18: COLOR CREW
- 10/12/18--11:41: Want to hear state Legislature candidates in their own words?
- 10/11/18--06:19: Glen Lake Football
- 10/11/18--06:19: Suttons Bay Football
- 10/17/18--13:45: One arrest, two trespassing tickets
Local effects of U.S. policy
Michigan law requires local governments to inform their citizenry through public notices published in newspapers of record for their communities. These notices provide residents with an easy path for following the work of their elected officials. Public notices for Leelanau County can also be accessed online at Leelanaunews.com.
Loretta M. Galla, of Maple City, passed away on October 10, 2018. Born September 5, 1939 to Mary and Leo Nemeskal, she married Leon Galla and together raised four sons: Gary (Trudy), Gregory, Michael, and Mark (Debbie).
Private services will be held for Joyce Alice Sheridan of Maple City who died Saturday, Oct. 6.
She was 88.
Joyce was born March 20, 1930 in Glen Arbor, the daughter of Louis and Mary (Bloswick) Sheridan.
She is survived by her brothers, John of Maple City, Theodore of Brunswick, Ohio and special friend, Dianna Ives, along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Marilyn Frances McCormick passed over to the peace and joy of eternal life with our loving God and the angels and all good people on Saturday, October 6, 2018 after a month under the caring staff at Munson Medical Center and the Grand Traverse Pavilions in Traverse City. She was 76 years old.
Nancy G. Zachary, 87, of Traverse City, passed away at the home she loved on September 27, 2018. She was born on March 23,1931 to Dr. Maurice and Myrtle “Micki” (McFarland) Gross in Ladoga, Indiana. There, she grew up in a lovely Victorian house, learned to play the piano, tap dance, and met her high school sweetheart and future husband, Jerry A. Zachary.
Joyce Lucille Wainwright, 87, of Northport, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018 surrounded by her loving daughters.
Joyce was born Oct. 13, 1930, in Dearborn, the daughter of Kenneth Wayne Moore and Eleanora Matilda (Mallick) Moore. On June 20, 1953 in Dearborn, she married Robert A. Wainwright who preceded her in death on April 9, 2012.
TRAVERSE CITY – Randy Robert Day, 42, of Traverse City, passed away while kayaking on Sept. 24, 2018
Randy was born May 4, 1976 at Leelanau Memorial Hospital of Northport the son of Robert C. Day and Donna K. (Bailey) Day.
A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m Saturday at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Gills Pier, for Ludwig Francis Houdek of Suttons Bay who died Friday, Sept. 28 in Traverse City.
He was 75.
Ludwig was born July 3, 1943 to Frank and Mary (Mavinkovich) Houdek. He was raised on the family farm in Gills Pier and attended Northport school.
Doors at the Glen Arbor Township Hall will open at 6 p.m. today for the Cherry Pie Debates.
Candidates for 101st State House and 35th State Senate seat have agreed to attend, and most county commissioner candidates have indicated that they will also be present. The evening is sponsored by the Leelanau Enterprise and Interlochen Public Radio.
The death of the 34-year old Chicago man nearly 10 weeks ago has been ruled an accident. The Michigan State Police completed its investigation and has determined the cause of death of Gilbert Druja to be an “accidental drowning.”
Seekers of a splash are descending on Leelanau County.
The color splash that typically laces leaves across the peninsula this time of year is starting to show its colors — and in grand style in some locales. Some locals believe peak color may happen as soon as early next week.
The entire board of the Benzie-Leelanau District Health Department and at least half of the Leelanau County Board of Commissioners hope you’ll vote “no” Nov. 6 on a proposal to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Michigan.
For every action, there is an equal reaction.
That law of physics also applies to county demographics and the number of children attending county schools.
Last Wednesday’s fourth Wednesday count shows a continued decline in the number of students going to school in the county, falling below the 1,800-mark for the first time in recent history.
FALL COLORS are showing throughout Leelanau County, and provide a vibrant backdrop to paddlers in the Lake Leelanau Rowing Club. The club will be rowing in Grand Rapids Saturday, and return on Oct. 27 for a home regatta.
We’re posting an audio recording of the Cherry Pie Debate that was hosted by the Leelanau Enterprise the Glen Arbor Township Hall. Alan Campbell of the Enterprise and Aaron Selbig of Interlochen Public Radio co-hosted the event, which was recorded by IPR.
Next Up: Charlevoix Red Rayders (1-5, 0-2 NMFL - Leaders)
Next Up: Onekama Portagers (5-1, 3-1 Midwest)
Two teams will meet for the 31st time on the gridiron. Suttons Bay will make the trip to Onekama on Friday, Oct. 12 to face the Portagers at 7 p.m. Onekama has the upper hand in the head-to-head matchups, 11-19. This matchup could go a long way to deciding where Suttons Bay will play in the playoffs.
A 26-year-old Gaylord woman was arrested Sunday after a traffic stop in Bingham Township.
Deputies patrolling M-22 near McAllister Road clocked a 2016 black Audi traveling northbound at 85 mph.
After the car was pulled over, a witness stopped to complain that the Audi had passed him in a no passing zone while traveling 90 mph.