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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Mendon was too much for Leland to handle.

    The Comets were swept in straight sets in the state championship match, 25-16, 25-21 and 25-14. The Comets finish the season 47-11-1 overall.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Lund does it again.

    One of the top athletes from Leland is just one of the several representatives from the State Championship Comet team. County coaches saluted the Dream Team members, assembling the 2018 Boys Soccer Dream Team in a joint effort with the Enterprise sports staff.

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    The Glen Lake Community Library in Empire will host tricia Denton of the Glen Lake Association next Wednesday, Nov. 28.

    Her 7 p.m. presentation will address the many threats to water resources, and offer techniques to be better stewards.


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    By Eric Carlson
    Of The Enteprise Staff

    Those who enjoy skating and playing hockey at Suttons Bay Township’s ice rink park at Broadway and Lincoln streets in the Village of Suttons Bay may have a smoother experience this winter.

    At its regular monthly meeting last week, the township board decided to purchase a new $3,710 “power broom” to keep the rink clear of snow.

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    By Eric Carlson
    Of The Enteprise Staff

    A new 48-unit apartment complex off M-22 just south of the Village of Suttons Bay could go a long way toward addressing a lack of affordable “workforce housing” in the area, according to township officials.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Photo
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    LEELANAU CHRISTIAN Neighbors volunteers filled more than 150 bags of food to be distributed to local school kids for the extended holiday weekend.

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    Alcohol was involved in two of three arrests made in a three-day period in the past week in Leelanau County.

    Shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday, a motorist called the 911 Dispatch Center to report a 1999 white Ford pick-up truck stopped in the roadway on South Manitou Trail, blocking traffic.

    The male driver was asleep in the vehicle.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Dispatch Blotter
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    Wednesday, Nov. 14

    11:11 a.m. — Elmwood Township — Dog is vicious and they want it gone. Dog is an Austrian shepard/blue healer mix.

    2:09 p.m. — Kasson Township — Black Newfoundland dog; 13 months old; 120 lbs.

    2:19 p.m. — Bingham Township — Family trouble.

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    By BILL THOMPSON
    Phone 334-4486
    email: BThomp9264@aol.com

    I hope everyone had a great time with family and friends on Thanksgiving. This is the time of year when attitudes seem to change and folks are happier and more forgiving. I know back years ago when I was in retail this was my favorite season. Not only is this is a day to spend with family and friends and enjoy a whole lot of food, it is also a day of football.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Holiday season is here
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    By LESLIE DISCH
    Phone/fax 386-5686
    email: phen.omena.2@gmail.com

    The season really is upon us, and this weekend has many opportunities to ring in the holiday spirit. This Sunday at 3 pm is Deck the Village in Omena, when community members turn out to decorate the fire hall, the post office, and the Omena Historical Society. This Saturday is Northport’s Open House from 10 a.m to 7 p.m., followed by the annual tree lighting.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Magistrate Court
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    Scott G. Carpenter, 47, of 11985 S Peachridge Dr., Traverse City — Dog at large — $75 fines and costs.

    Rachel A. Tompkins, 31, of 6530 N. West Bay Shore Rd., Northport — Failure to purchase dog license — $75 fines and costs.

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    To the Editor:

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Thanks to Blue Moon
  • To the editor:

    This week the education fund received a check from the Blue Moon Ice Cream Shop in Cedar.

    From my understanding, every year they close the season with a customer appreciation weekend and turn over the donations, tips, proceeds to charity. This year they donated $ 501.65 to the Ed & Irene Fleis Education Fund.

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    To the editor:

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    By Tim Skubick

    Democratic candidate for governor Gretchen Whitmer did not have any coattails to drag more Democrats into the legislature.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Heard around Leelanau
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    “We are truly blessed and thankful for all we have.”

    – Mandy DePuy, who with her husband, Mike, is fighting cancer.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Corrections:
  • The St. Mary “Gold Rush” fundraiser last week grossed more than $110,000. The $60,000 total quoted was for the live auction only.

    The site of registration for the county holiday needs program was listed incorrectly in last week’s paper.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Noonan thanked for service
  • To the editor:

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank Casey Noonan for his service to our community as a Leelanau County Commissioner. He has served us well.

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    A column by Eric Carlson

    I wonder how many Leelanau County residents will deep-fry their Thanksgiving turkey this year in cannabis oil.

    Pot-infused yams, anyone? How about a marijuana-leaf garnish on that cranberry sauce?

    Thanks but no thanks.

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  • 11/20/18--15:40: Cartoon

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