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- 10/31/18--11:32: _Reader's Forum: Non...
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- 10/31/18--11:32: _LAUREN ‘LARRY’ BUSSEY
- 10/31/18--11:32: _TERRANCE C. PETOSKEY
- 10/31/18--11:32: _KATHLEEN A. EMEOTT
- 10/31/18--11:32: _CHERI L. OLVERA
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- 10/31/18--11:32: _Huge turnout expect...
- 10/31/18--11:31: _Work begins at Suga...
- 11/07/18--15:53: _Full slate for Vete...
- 11/07/18--15:53: _Couple married in L...
- 11/07/18--15:53: _Grigg, Mazur exchan...
- 11/07/18--15:53: _St. Mary auction th...
- 11/07/18--15:53: _Food drive at Art’s...
- 10/31/18--11:32: Reader's Forum: Nonagenarian supports Prop. 1
- 10/31/18--11:32: ‘Superwoman’ not an average voter
- 10/31/18--11:32: Correction:
- 10/31/18--11:32: Becoming grandma: reflections on parenting
- 10/31/18--11:32: Sorting through candidates, proposals
- 10/31/18--11:32: Leelanau County Calendar of Events
- 10/31/18--11:32: County Dates
- 10/31/18--11:32: Public Notices For Leelanau County
- 10/31/18--11:32: LAUREN ‘LARRY’ BUSSEY
- 10/31/18--11:32: TERRANCE C. PETOSKEY
- 10/31/18--11:32: KATHLEEN A. EMEOTT
- 10/31/18--11:32: CHERI L. OLVERA
- 10/31/18--11:32: Wedding barn owner files federal case
- 10/31/18--11:32: Huge turnout expected Tuesday
- 10/31/18--11:31: Work begins at Sugar Loaf
- 11/07/18--15:53: Full slate for Veterans Day
- 11/07/18--15:53: Couple married in Leland
- 11/07/18--15:53: Grigg, Mazur exchange vows
- 11/07/18--15:53: St. Mary auction this weekend
- 11/07/18--15:53: Food drive at Art’s a success
I’m impelled to speak of my disappointment in the County Boards which are taking a public stand against the proposal to legalize recreational marijuana. I am a woman of 92 years, have never been a “user,” but have witnessed through the years the scare tactics used in the attempt to criminalize the use of cannabis.
The assignment for the rubber chicken dinner audience was to write down the names of the candidates running for state attorney general and secretary of state. There was an immediate audible groan that weaved its way through the crowd as it became instantly clear that nobody knew any of the names of those candidates.
Dorothy Zboyan, the 100-year-old woman featured in an article last week, lives in Glen Arbor Township — not Empire Township. In addition, the man with whom she was pictured riding a motorcyle was her first husband, Warren Grushow.
Ready or not, here she comes.
As I write this, my daughter-in-law and son are in their last week of gestation, awaiting the arrival of their first child — and our first grandchild. Every time Tim calls my cell phone he coyly asks “what you doing, ma?” Knowing full well I’m on pins in needles on baby watch.
With midterm election politics already warm and heating, a reader sent us an essay from The New Yorker magazine that was named, “The Big Question; Is the world getting better or worse.”
The essay doesn’t quite beat aspirin for handling the steady stream of frenzied election messages, but it does help in understanding their motivations.
Organizations wishing to have their public events listed in this calendar can email Amy Hubbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Enterprise, 256-9827, before 5 p.m. Friday.
7:20-8:20 a.m. — Step Aerobics: Old Art Building, Leland; $8.
You, me and ecology
Hear Joe VanderMeulen and his presentation on climate change called “You, Me and the Ecology of Change” at the 74th Annual Meeting of the Leelanau Conservation District.
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.
Lauren ‘Larry’ Bussey, 85, passed away on October 15, 2018 at his home in Salida, Colorado surrounded by his loving family. Larry was born in 1933 in Northport, Michigan, graduated from Northport High School and enlisted in the Navy. He served seven years of active duty in London, England and in Norfolk, Virginia on the USS Yosemite and USS R. L.
PESHAWBESTOWN – Terrance Charles Petoskey, 70, of Peshawbestown, passed away on Oct. 30, 2018 at Medilodge of Leelanau, after a brief cancer related illness, amazing how short the cancer trip is from stage 2 to stage 4, to a quiet slip into death.
SUTTONS BAY – Kathleen Ann Emeott, 75, of Suttons Bay, passed away on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, at Cherry Hill Haven, assisted living facility, with her husband close by.
Cheri Lynne Olvera, 51, of Peshawbestown, passed away on October 28, 2018 surrounded by her loving family.
Cheri was born March 27, 1967 in Grand Rapids, the daughter of Bartlett and Elizabeth (Southbird) Gibbs.
The owner of a controversial “wedding barn” in Elmwood Township, Frank E. Noverr, is now making a federal case of his dispute with the township and neighbors who complain his business disrupts their neighborhood and makes too much noise.
It will come as no surprise to anyone whose head isn’t buried in the sand that voters across the U.S. are more energized than usual and that voter turnout is expected to be high in the 2018 General Election.
Leelanau County is no exception.
The owner of Sugar Loaf Resort, Jeff Katofsky, visited Leelanau County for less than 24 hours last week to tour his property and visit local officials.
This year’s calendar has Veterans Day falling on a Sunday, but the holiday will be observed by many federal, state and local organizations on Monday as part of a long weekend.
Rhiannon K. Magin and Richard Clinton Kerr III were recently married in Leland.
The Rev. Ruth Overdier officiated the service performed Sept. 8 in Leland.
Kaitlin Grigg and Austin Mazur were wed July 7 at Holy Rosary Church with the Rev. Christopher Jarvis presiding.
Matron of honor was Kelsey Kunde, sister of the bride. Best man was Eddie Turek, friend of the groom.
A reception was held at the Solon Township hall, following the ceremony.
The newlyweds honeymooned in Hawaii before moving to Grand Rapids.
The “Wild West Gold Rush” is the theme of Lake Leelanau St. Mary’s 36th annual auction Saturday night.
The weather this past weekend was pretty typical for this time year. Two years ago, however, people were swimming in Lake Michigan on November 6th. Not this year.
I’m sure the annual pig roast at Arts Bar on Saturday the 3rd was its normal success and well attended.(not only because it was free).