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- 11/20/18--15:40: _WILLARD A. SCHAUB
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- 11/20/18--15:40: _Joseph A. Barresi
- 11/20/18--15:40: _JANE HANCOCK
- 11/20/18--15:40: _KOREN KAY GOKEY-EGELER
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- 11/20/18--15:40: _Ferry across the bay?
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- 11/20/18--15:40: Shop Leelanau first
- 11/20/18--15:40: Leland: Use ‘construction’ funds to pay off bond
- 11/20/18--15:40: Leelanau County Calendar of Events
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- 11/20/18--15:40: Public Notices For Leelanau County
- 11/20/18--15:40: WILLARD A. SCHAUB
- 11/20/18--15:40: Susan Putnam
- 11/20/18--15:40: Joseph A. Barresi
- 11/20/18--15:40: JANE HANCOCK
- 11/20/18--15:40: KOREN KAY GOKEY-EGELER
- 11/20/18--15:40: Famed portrait painter passes
- 11/20/18--15:40: Township considers septic regulations
- 11/20/18--15:40: Ferry across the bay?
- 11/20/18--15:40: DePuys to benefit from ‘Guns N Hoses’ event
- 11/20/18--15:40: DePuys face cancer; give thanks
- 11/28/18--12:52: Big crowd at G-A Marketplace
- 11/28/18--12:52: Comings and Goings in Omena
- 11/28/18--12:52: Photo
- 11/28/18--12:52: Manitou to the mainland
- 11/28/18--12:52: Looking Back...
Black Friday sounds like the antithesis of Good Friday.
Cyber Monday sounds like a terrorist attack.
In between is a special day for resilient communities across the nation — Small Business Saturday.
On its face we have nothing against shopping, which in many households has supplanted the benevolent turkey as a symbol of the Thanksgiving holiday.
There’s a point to be made before the Leland Township Board decides what exactly to do with nearly one-half million dollars that remains unspent from a fire department bond passed three years ago.
Organizations wishing to have their public events listed in this calendar can email Amy Hubbell at email@example.com or call The Enterprise, 256-9827, before 5 p.m. Friday.
Chance to walk off that turkey
Join the Walkie Talkie Ladies Hiking Group at Leland’s Nedows Bay at 10 a.m. Friday to walk off the calories consumed during Thanksgiving dinner.
Free concert to benefit community center
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.
LAKE LEELANAU -- Willard August Schaub, 86, of Lake Leelanau, died Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at Munson Medical Center.
A private family service will be held for Susan Putnam of Glen Arbor who died Nov. 7 at home.
She was 87.
Susan was born on July 29, 1931 to William and Helen Roesser in Buffalo, N.Y.
She attended Colby Junior College and completed her education at the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in Michigan.
A funeral has taken place for Joseph A. Barresi of Traverse City who died Nov. 15 in Elmwood Township.
He was 87.
Joseph was born in Detroit on July 8, 1931, the son of Andrew and Wilhemina (Novotny) Barresi. He grew up in Northport and graduated from Northport High School in 1951.
Jane Hancock passed peacefully the morning of November 14, 2018 to be with her husband, Bill, and son, Gregory, who preceded her in death. Jane was born March 5,1934 to Richard and Mona Brommert. Surviving are daughter Sarajane (Jim) Cavanaugh, Paul (Monti) Hancock and grandsons Kyle and Kory Cavanaugh.
Koren Kay Gokey-Egeler, 51, of Empire, lost her battle to cancer on November 10, 2018. She was born on June 17, 1967 in Grand Rapids to Peter and Nancy (Overholt) Gokey.
The portrait of Leelanau has lost a beaming smile and a booming voice.
And a good dose of honesty, a trait that painter Fred Petroskey delicately placed in a body of work that spanned more than 50 years and hangs in living rooms, businesses and even the state Capitol building.
Cleveland Township officials are on the verge of adopting an ordinance requiring well and septic inspections whenever ownership of a property is transferred and would like Leelanau County to consider adopting one as well.
A ferry service across Grand Traverse Bay could link the Village of Suttons Bay with the Village of Elk Rapids, according to officials of both communities.
Members of the Downtown Development Authorities (DDA’s) of the two communities have been discussing the idea since early this year and are calling it “Project 3-B” (Boats, Bikes and Beer).
Traverse City law enforcement and firefighters will hit the ice in February to support the Depuys as they fight cancer.
Grand Traverse Guns N Hoses is a Traverse City area non-profit created to assist individual and families in need in the community.
The Guns N Hoses hockey game/ benefit will be held Saturday, Feb. 23, from 6 to 10 p.m at Center Ice Area.
Fifteen years ago, Mike and Mandy DePuy of Kasson Township promised to be true to one another, for better of worse, richer or poorer in sickness and in health.
They are living these vows every day as they fight a common foe: cancer.
Attracted, perhaps, by the lighted electronic sign just outside the Glen Arbor Town Hall, hundreds of locals and visitors dropped in on Glen Arbor’s Holiday Marketplace on Saturday to shop and say hello to Santa and Mrs. Claus.
[img_assist|nid=214282|title=|desc= A GROUP of volunteers participated in a ‘Deck the Village’ event in Omena Sunday. Decorators included Nana Kennedy; Judy and John Smart; Sue Anderson, Ashley Anderson, Kay Nolen, Bill Sulau and Marcia Biskupski.
ST. MARY High School Student Council members delivered more than 850 pounds of food from Leelanau Christian Neighbors last Wednesday, Nov. 21. In addition they contributed another $200 that was collected from the jean day held the previous day.
Excerpt comes from the Empire Area Heritage Group book “Some Other Day” published in 1974
5 YEARS AGO November 28, 2013