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- 11/14/18--14:15: _Cuts due at S-B School
- 11/14/18--14:15: _Bay Theatre to close
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- 11/20/18--15:41: _Results reversed in...
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Nov. 6 election cer...
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Photo
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Evans, Grandsen to wed
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Looking Back...
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Winters tough on th...
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Photo
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Changes allow texts...
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Leelanau deer album
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Snow helps, familie...
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- 11/20/18--15:41: _Kroupa goes to Japan
- 11/20/18--15:41: _Manitou Winds to pe...
- 11/14/18--14:15: End to five-year quest for whitetail
- 11/14/18--14:15: Officials react to pot prop passage
- 11/14/18--14:15: Cuts due at S-B School
- 11/14/18--14:15: Bay Theatre to close
- 11/14/18--14:15: Photo
- 11/20/18--15:41: Twp. works on trail design
- 11/20/18--15:41: Results reversed in G-L race
- 11/20/18--15:41: Nov. 6 election certified
- 11/20/18--15:41: Evans, Grandsen to wed
- 11/20/18--15:41: Looking Back...
- 11/20/18--15:41: Winters tough on the Fox Islands
- 11/20/18--15:41: Changes allow texts to 9-1-1
- 11/20/18--15:41: Leelanau deer album
- 11/20/18--15:41: Snow helps, families important for successful firearms opener
- 11/20/18--15:41: Entries sought for exhibition
- 11/20/18--15:41: Kroupa goes to Japan
- 11/20/18--15:41: Manitou Winds to perform
Matt Tarsa was starting to wonder if he was the hunter or the hunted.
The 10-point buck Tarsa ended up devoting five years of his life to harvesting had figured him out.
It was eerie.
Many local officials appear to be scratching their heads over exactly how Michigan’s new recreational marijuana law will be implemented and enforced in Leelanau County and elsewhere in the state.
Mid-year budget cuts are in the works for Suttons Bay School as the financial information on which the 2018-19 budget is based was incorrect.
The Bay Theatre, Suttons Bay’s center for the arts for more than 70 years, will be closing at the end of the year.
PRESENTING ARMS following a rifle salute at a Veterans Day observance Sunday are members of the Little Finger Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. See related coverage in Section 2.
TRISTAN VANTHOMME of Plant Masters is pictured with 2,000 lbs. of food collected by he and his wife, Crystal, for Leelanau Christian Neighbors (LCN) food drive. “This is an incredible amount of food from an individual drive and we are so thrilled with their effort,” LCN director Mary Stanton said. “This is what community is all about.
Cleveland Township officials are continuing to work with other local officials and “stakeholders” on a final design for the final phase of the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail.
Sometimes what’s “said” and “heard” aren’t the same.
Such was the case with election results for the race for two seats on the Glen Lake Board of Education on Nov. 6
The Leelanau County Board of Canvassers formally certified results on the Nov. 6 election during their final meeting of the election cycle last Thursday, Nov. 15.
200 BOXES exactly were collected from Northport Covenant Church, Leland United Methodist and Leelanau Community Church and will be sent to children all over the world as part of Operation Christmas Child.
Mark and Annette Evans of Suttons Bay, together with Mike and Mary Gransden of South Lyon, proudly announce the engagement of their children, Elliot Evans and Ashley Gransden, both of Ann Arbor.
5 YEARS AGO November 21, 2013
The following is story and photos are taken from Kathleen Craker Firestone’s “The Fox Islands North and South.”
JOHN ELCHERT, publisher of the Leelanau Enterprise, was the featured guest speaker at Thursday’s meeting of the Suttons Bay- Leelanau County Rotary Club.
Effective this week, anyone with an emergency to report can contact Leelanau County’s 9-1-1 emergency dispatch center by texting on their cell phone, not just through a voice phone call.
Deer hunting is a major sport in Leelanau County, and we would appreciate an opportunity to share your successful harvest with neighbors. Please email photos, basic information and a phone number firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for sharing.
Snow played a factor in many successful deer hunts during the first week of the firearms deer season. It helped John Nutt while hunting his private property in Kasson Township.
“He was just walking through the woods. There weren’t any does in sight at the moment,” Nutt said.
The Glen Arbor Art Center (GAAC) is seeking applications for its juried exhibition, “Winter” that will run Jan. 11 through Feb. 28.
The GAAC seeks entries that explore and interpret winter in its many facets.
Online applications may be submitted until Dec. 14.
A county man has received his first assignment after completing basic training in the United States Air Force.
Airman First Class Jacob Kroupa will report next week to Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan.
He completed basic training in San Antonio, Texas, which was followed by 14 weeks of technology training for vehicle maintenance in Port Hueneme, Calif.
Manitou Winds will celebrate the coming season with a concert of “Winter Songs & Carols,” Friday, Dec. 7 at the Leelanau School.
The 7:30 p.m. program will be an intertwining chamber music with son and spoken word.
The ancient Celts divided the year into a light half (May-September) and a dark half (November-April), seeing the dark half as the beginning.