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- 10/31/18--11:35: _Marriages performed
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Soil Erosion Permits
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Real estate transfe...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Construction Code A...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Prop. 3 may change ...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Dems favored in Lel...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Campaign spending u...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Abstract painter to...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Plans change for M-...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Easement allows sew...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Rowing Club medals ...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Lakers fall to Beav...
- 10/31/18--11:35: _Suttons Bay defeats...
- 10/31/18--11:36: Omena News: No pre-election conflict between cats and dogs
- 10/31/18--11:36: Catching up with Walt Borkovich; home for off-season
- 10/31/18--11:35: County Cuisine
- 10/31/18--11:35: Talk of the County
- 10/31/18--11:35: Deaths recorded in county
- 10/31/18--11:35: New assumed names filed in county
- 10/31/18--11:35: Marriage license applications filed
- 10/31/18--11:35: Marriages performed
- 10/31/18--11:35: Soil Erosion Permits
- 10/31/18--11:35: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 10/31/18--11:35: Construction Code Authority
- 10/31/18--11:35: Prop. 3 may change the way we vote
- 10/31/18--11:35: Dems favored in Leland mock election
- 10/31/18--11:35: Campaign spending up; slight jump locally
- 10/31/18--11:35: Abstract painter to speak at Npt.
- 10/31/18--11:35: Plans change for M-204 project
- 10/31/18--11:35: Easement allows sewer project
- 10/31/18--11:35: Rowing Club medals at home
- 10/31/18--11:35: Lakers fall to Beaverton in playoffs
- 10/31/18--11:35: Suttons Bay defeats Onaway, heads to Pickford
It’s hard to believe that it’s November already. Today is All Saints’ Day, a Christian festival celebrated in honor of all the saints, known and unknown. In Western Christianity, it is celebrated on November 1. It was also known as All Hallows’ Day, Hallowmas, Feast of All Saints, or Solemnity of All Saints. The term Halloween comes from it being the eve of Hallowmas.
Editor’s note: Professional baseball player Walter Borkovich, a graduate of Traverse City West and Michigan State University, is back in Leelanau County for the offseason. A starting and relief pitcher for the Atlanta Braves farm system, he’s played for four teams over two years. He spoke with Alan Campbell.
This chicken dumpling stew is one for your cooking books. These aren’t any ordinary dumplings; they’re bursting with creamy ricotta cheese and aromatic herbs. Anderson’s Market is located in Glen Arbor. They offer a full-service deli, fresh produce from local farms, an extensive selection of wine, beer and spirits and a wide range of Michigan made products.
Name: Rebekah TenBrink
Town: Lake Leelanau
Resident of county since: Four years
Age and birthplace: 29, Holland
Occupation:“Director of LIFT Teen Center.”
Elizabeth A. Hughes, 82, of Centerville Township died October 14 in Elmwood Township
Marian Ingersoll, 92, of Elmwood Township died October 14 in Elmwood Township
Daniel R. Bush, 71, of Solon Township died October 17 in Solon Township
Norma D. Sisson, 93, of Northport died October 20 in Northport
231 Studios; 10660 E. Carter Road, Traverse City – By Andrew F. Vanguilder, 3769 Juniper Way, Grayling.
Hall’s Greenhouse; 10461 E. Carter Road, Traverse City – By Nicholas R. Hall, 10461 E. Carter Road, Traverse City.
Kenneth J. Novak and Kayla A. Kilcherman
Jared T. Pontius and Jillian M. P. Pringle, October 18 in Bingham Township
Peter Westerman – (TBD) Dig 13 – 15 footings for 16” D, 32” deep at 1224 S. Manitou Trail ($90).
Douglas and Mary Barker – (Lake Leelanau Excavating) Excavate for foundation of 20x20’ covered patio with living above, also 22x16 concrete patio at 1898 S. Manitou Trail ($140).
October 5, 2018
Susan Butterwick, Trustee of the Albert A. Applegate Revocable Living Trust to Patrick J. Wilkie and Mary K. Erickson, Unit No. 32, Suttons Bay Yacht Village in the Village of Suttons Bay (Valuation Affidavit filed).
Down Family Trust (TBE Construction Services LLC) Construct single family dwelling, two story wood frame with main and second floors, covered porches, finished attached garage, unfinished detached garage and lean-to attached to detached garage at 2470 S. Sandy Beach Drive ($353,700).
When Michigan voters head to the polls on Tuesday they will have an opportunity to vote on the voting process itself.
If approved by voters, Statewide Proposal 3 would authorize automatic and election day voter registration, no-reason absentee voting, and straight ticket voting, among other changes.
Students from Leelanau County’s four public schools and two private schools cast split ballots at a biennial Campaign Rally and Mock Election last week at Leland Public School.
Students favored Democrats at the top of the ballot, but favored Republicans vying for seats in the state legislature.
While spending on statewide election campaigns appears to be up substantially in some races, spending on county races appears to be up only slightly.
Abstract artist Joan Farago will talk about her work next Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Northport Art Association’s Village Arts Building.
Farago is an abstract artist/painter of emotional landscapes expressing spiritual and emotional connections through nature with unique printmaking, waterscapes and landscapes.
Drivers won’t have to concern themselves with traffic delays in 2019 related to a rebuild of the M-204 bridge in Lake Leelanau, a project that has grown in scope.
Water quality in north Lake Leelanau will be the beneficiary of a project to build a small-scale sanitary sewer system to serve 34 shoreline properties in Leland Township.
Bagpipes begin to play, as people gather at Fountain Point Resort for The Leelanau Chase.
Young rowers prepare themselves for a long day of rowing and competing in events, while visitors enjoy the scenery of the resort.
Glen Lake’s season has come to an end.
The Lakers suffered a 42-14 defeat Friday at the hands of the Beaverton Beavers.
“I think the kids did a great job throughout the season,” Glen Lake coach Jerry Angers said. “These kids worked hard all season and reached the goal of winning the league.”
Hard hitting Suttons Bay won their first game of the playoffs.
The Norsemen (9-1, 4-1 Midwest) defeated the Onaway Cardinals (5-5, 3-4 Midwest East), 49-20 behind a strong defensive effort. The Norsemen forced five Onaway turnovers.