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- 11/07/18--15:51: _Scott earns All-Sta...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Norsemen fall to Pi...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Leland defeats Hill...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Comets capture Stat...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _“The Wedding”
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Photo
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Kromkowski, Cooney ...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _SB fire millage pas...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Eckerle elected to ...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _New faces for board...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Two new presidents ...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Proposals popular i...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _O’Malley,Vanderwall...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Kavanaugh elevated ...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _‘Gaveling down’ OK ...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Reader's Forum: Vie...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Lawyers running deb...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Life, according to ...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Election day though...
- 11/07/18--15:51: _Heard around Leelanau
- 11/07/18--15:51: Scott earns All-State honors as a freshman
- 11/07/18--15:51: Norsemen fall to Pickford in regional final
- 11/07/18--15:51: Leland defeats Hillman, advances to regional final
- 11/07/18--15:51: Comets capture State Championship
- 11/07/18--15:51: “The Wedding”
- 11/07/18--15:51: Photo
- 11/07/18--15:51: Kromkowski, Cooney prevail
- 11/07/18--15:51: SB fire millage passes handily
- 11/07/18--15:51: Eckerle elected to Road Commission
- 11/07/18--15:51: New faces for boards in two school districts
- 11/07/18--15:51: Two new presidents to hold gavels in incorporated villages
- 11/07/18--15:51: Proposals popular in county, state
- 11/07/18--15:51: O’Malley,Vanderwall prevail here and across legislative districts
- 11/07/18--15:51: Kavanaugh elevated based on perjury
- 11/07/18--15:51: ‘Gaveling down’ OK during public comment
- 11/07/18--15:51: Reader's Forum: Vietnam vet feels shame
- 11/07/18--15:51: Lawyers running debate like inmates running jail
- 11/07/18--15:51: Life, according to Mr. Rogers
- 11/07/18--15:51: Election day thoughts from a newspaper guy
- 11/07/18--15:51: Heard around Leelanau
County cross country teams competed in the final meet of the year. All four county teams sent runners to the finals meet at Michigan International Speedway.
Suttons Bay finished its season in a tough matchup.
In a close game, the Norsemen fell to Pickford, 48-42 in the regional final of the MHSAA playoffs.
Leland runs past Hillman
After taking the state championship in soccer, the Leland volleyball team has a little extra spark.
Leland ran past Hillman Tuesday in straight sets by scores of 25-9, 25-14 and 25-12. The Comets advance to the Regional Final and will face off against Bellaire at Bellaire high school today at 7 p.m.
The Leland boys soccer team has waited a long time to hear these words, but the Comets turned the first appearance to the state championship match into a state title with a 1-0 win over Ann Arbor Greenhills at Comstock Park.
On a misty day in June, Lorenzo Christiaan Lercari, son of Kathrine Edahl of Northport, MI. and Robert F.
COUNTY CLERK Michelle Crocker, left, and deputy clerk Lyn Drzewicki watch as deputy clerk Alison Middleton takes a phone report from a township clerk on results of Tuesday night’s voting.
Suttons Bay attorney Marian Kromkowski will replace Larry Nelson as Leelanau County Probate Court Judge, having beaten fellow Suttons Bay attorney Michael J. Long for the judgeship in this week’s election.
Kromkowski garnered 6,421 votes to Long’s 5,931 countywide, even though Long out-polled Kromkowski in their home township, Suttons Bay, 843 to 685.
Officials of the Suttons Bay-Bingham Fire and Rescue Authority are breathing a big sigh of relief and expressing gratitude for voter approval of a millage proposal on this week’s ballot.
The newly-expanded Leelanau County Road Commission will have a different look come 2019.
County voters re-elected incumbent James Calhoun and newcomer Tom Eckerle to 6-year terms on the commission which will go from three to five members, effective Jan. 1.
Eckerle, 74, is a retired farmer who worked for 21 years as a gravel pit manager for Team Elmer’s.
Residents hit the polls Tuesday to vote for non-partisan seats in boards of education at county schools.
Three candidates were seeking two seats available on the Glen Lake Board of Education. The top two vote-getters will serve 6-year terms on the board, replacing incumbents Fran Seymour and Laura Aylsworth-Bonzelet, who did not seek re-election.
New presidents will soon hold gavels in two of three incorporated villages in Leelanau County’s.
Electors in Empire and Northport, which in recent years have hosted spirited debate at meetings, have given nods to sitting council members to serve as village presidents.
Leelanau County voters joined voters across Michigan in approving three state proposals on this week’s ballot.
A proposal to legalize possession, cultivation and commercial sales of marijuana through state-licensed retailers passed with substantial voter support in Michigan, albeit with a thinner margin of victory in Leelanau County.
The 101st state House seat, considered a toss-up or “leans Republican” in past elections, on Tuesday moved solidly into the Republican column.
To the editor:
I thank Ed Hahnenberg for taking umbrage with my observation that “Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony was a litany of lies and evasions …’” (quoth he quoting me). I just wish he had followed the dots instead of going off on a tangent.
To the editor:
I feel shame over and over. I feel disgust when I learn my fellow Americans don’t feel obligated to watch the Ken Burns documentary “The Vietnam War.”
In order to keep the peace in your county jail, the local sheriff has to have rules. But what would happen if he or she turned over he rule drafting assignment to the lawyers representing the inmates?
Oh my. There would be congenial rights every day, an open bar after 5 p.m., unlimited time in the yard ands all of the electronic gizmos the crooks could handle.
To the editor:
Thank you Tikkum Olam!
I learned this term at the Bay Theater showing of the Mr. Rogers Documentary.
The Bay Theater was packed with parents, professionals and community members who sat enraptured first by the passion and dedication of Mr Fred Rogers, and then by a panel of smart and devoted community leaders-.
This is why news folks stay in the business.
It’s the morning after what’s being dubbed the most important midterm in history, and I’m behind a computer in the Enterprise newsroom. Wasn’t the same description used two years after President Obama took office?
“That’s why I’m down there.”
— Just-appointed Northport harbor master Susan Holtz, when asked if part of her drive to maintain high standards at the marina relates to the death of her husband. Former harbor master Mark Holtz died on May 25.