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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Leland finished the season ranked number one, but will lose some of their talented offensive players.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    County cross country teams have finished the season at the state finals in Brooklyn at the Michigan International Speedway. The St. Mary boys cross country team placed first at the regional meet, holding off Bear Lake-Onekama. Glen Lake sent Caleb Henderson and Mason Staggs to the finals meet with their performances at the regionals and Gabe Suitor represented Suttons Bay.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    A new bike trail has opened at the Palmer Woods Forest Reserve.

    The Leelanau Conservancy has helped add the three-mile mountain bike trail at Palmer Woods Forest Reserve and has officially opened. Around 150 people attended the opening ride and party on Sunday in the cold, wet conditions to ride the first public flow-style mountain bike trail in Leelanau County.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    The Leland Comets are heading to Battle Creek.

    In search of its third final four in four years, Leland swept Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart Tuesday in straight sets, 25-13, 25-8 and 25-11.

    “It feels awesome, we deserve it,” Ella Siddall said. “We played so well tonight, and it was a great night for our team.”

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    No more North Beach. No more South Beach.

    That was a determination made Monday by the Leland Township Board, which may have put to end complaints made by shoreline residents living near two popular road-ends that offer access to Lake Michigan.

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    By Alan Campbell
    of the Enterprise staff

    The Leland Township zoning administrator remains employed, but without updates to a contract that is coming to its conclusion.

    The Township Board on Monday night made no move to approve changes in the two-year contract, the contents of which have bee altered little over the past 10 years that All Permits has been the township’s designated zoning administrator.

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    By Alan Campbell
    of the Enterprise staff

    Leland Township voters a little over four years ago approved a 20-year bond that raised $3.7 million to build a new fire station in Leland and renovate the station in Lake Leelanau.

    It turns out that there was plenty of money for the work — in fact, some $454,000 was left over.

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  • 11/14/18--14:15: Downstate man charged
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    A 21-year-old man from Lansing was arraigned Monday in District Court on two felony charges related to computer use to accost a child for immoral purposes.

    Tyler Joseph Kandler was formally charged with using a computer to commit a crime and accosting a child for immoral purposes.

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  • 11/14/18--14:15: Hearing set in drug case
  • The Beulah woman accused of providing the drug that killed a Suttons Bay man who thought he was inhaling heroin has a new attorney.

    Angela Rose Schocko will now be represented by Elmwood Township lawyer Kyle B. Trevas, who assumed criminal defense responsibility through a court order issued by Circuit Court judge Kevin A. Elsenheimer.

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  • 11/14/18--14:15: 86th District Court
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    Chief Judge, Michael S. Stepka Judge, Thomas J. Phillips

    Johnny Dalton-Joseph Moore, 27, of 2592 Beems Kwa Mah Mikun, Suttons Bay — Sentenced after pleading guilty to a bond violation; three additional days in jail.

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    The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians (the GTB) will now prosecute domestic violence crimes committed by non-tribal members on tribal lands.

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  • 11/14/18--14:15: Vets event appreciated
  • To the editor:

    Heartfelt thanks, to the Glen Lake Schools, all their staff, student speakers, musicians, singers, students, grade school student special notes to veterans, parents, Scouts, the USCG and their fly-over, visitors and the many veterans for the school’s Veterans Day Remembrance breakfast and program.

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  • 11/14/18--14:15: Bunek says ‘thank you’
  • To the editor:

    To all the wonderful people in Leelanau County who encouraged me and supported me in the recent election, thank you!

    I am grateful and humbled by your re-election of me as your commissioner.

    I will do my very best to represent you.

    God Bless you!

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  • 11/14/18--14:15: Writer looks to scripture
  • To the editor:

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    To the editor:

    The mid-term elections are over and after both political parties claim some sort of victory they will begin their post-election review. They will see what worked and what didn’t.

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    To the editor:

    The headline of the recent article about Mr. Noverr’s application for a special use permit was accurate. He is a wedding barn operator. Instead of cows and hay he puts wedding parties in his barn.

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    To the editor:

    A few observations. The U.S. did not invade South Vietnam; it entered with the permission of the South Vietnamese government under the auspices of the SEATO treaty. Whether that was wise or not is another matter but it was with permission.

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    To the editor:

    Although effective with the installation of new Trustees, Chris Frey will no longer serve on the Empire Village Council, I wish to recognize his valuable role in establishing financial integrity for the Village of Empire.

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    To the editor:

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    To the editor:

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