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- 12/12/18--13:58: _Extra Points: Glen ...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _St. Mary blows past...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Lady Eagles fall to...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Popp earns two trip...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Norsemen fall to Ha...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Comets struggle aga...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Lady Lakers fall to...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Lakers power past B...
- 12/12/18--13:58: _Suttons Bay holds o...
- 12/12/18--13:57: _Shoe drive at Sutto...
- 12/12/18--13:57: _Federal act no pana...
- 12/12/18--13:57: _Info not recorded a...
- 12/12/18--13:58: Fees to increase in 2019
- 12/12/18--13:58: Wright lauded at G-L
- 12/12/18--13:58: Solstice concert next week
- 12/12/18--13:58: Photo
- 12/12/18--13:58: Toys for Tots deadline looms
- 12/12/18--13:58: Appointments for ‘19 made
- 12/12/18--13:58: Photo
- 12/12/18--13:58: North Bay falls at Frankfort, 62-30
- 12/12/18--13:58: Extra Points: Glen Lake bowling falls to Elk Rapids
- 12/12/18--13:58: St. Mary blows past St. Michael Academy
- 12/12/18--13:58: Lady Eagles fall to Bears, defeat Bulldogs
- 12/12/18--13:58: Popp earns two triple doubles in same week
- 12/12/18--13:58: Norsemen fall to Harbor Springs, Elk Rapids
- 12/12/18--13:58: Comets struggle against Stags
- 12/12/18--13:58: Lady Lakers fall to Ypsilanti Arbor Prep, start season 2-1
- 12/12/18--13:58: Lakers power past Buckley, Charlevoix
- 12/12/18--13:58: Suttons Bay holds off St. Mary
- 12/12/18--13:57: Shoe drive at Suttons Bay
- 12/12/18--13:57: Federal act no panacea for growers
- 12/12/18--13:57: Info not recorded at traffic stops
National Park Service (NPS) entrance fees and park passes at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore will be more expensive in 2019.
In April the NPS announced that entrance fees at 117 NPS sites across the country would be increase by $5.
Sleeping Bear was one of the parks identified for this increase.
Longtime elementary school principal Kim Wright was recognized for her 16 years of service this week by the Glen Lake Board of Education and community.
Wright, who will retire at the end of the month, was presented the school’s “Anchor Up” award, reserved for those who go above and beyond the call of duty.
The Leelanau Community will host a Solstice Concert Dec. 21 at the Old Art Building in Leland.
The 8 p.m. performance will include works by Rota, Debussy, Quantz, Tomasi, Bernstein as well as other seasonal favorites.
Classical musicians performing will include Mezraq Ramli on oboe; Leslie Deppe on flute; Kramer Milan on percussion and David Husser, piano.
LEELANAU COUNTY Senior Services Department head April Missias, left, and deputy department head Nancy Begeman, fill Christmas stockings with donated goodies to be provided to needy senior citizens this holiday season. Senior Services was hosting a Christmas party for senior citizens today, Dec.
Organizers of the Toys for Tots campaign in Leelanau County say donations are running a little behind this year and they’re hoping more people will decide to donate more toys before Monday.
The Leelanau County Board of Commissioners met as a “committee of the whole” last week to decide on a slate of candidates for appointment to a variety of volunteer committees and boards serving the county and the region.
CONTRACTORS WITH Michigan Gutters prepare to install an 88-foot piece of gutter at the county government center. The work is part of a project to direct rainwater away from the building, which has had problems with moisture in the basement.
The press can be a lot to handle from tough defenses.
North Bay (0-2, 0-1 NWC) couldn’t get past the pressure from Frankfort (1-1, 1-0 NWC) Tuesday, falling to the Panthers, 62-30 on the road.
Lucky Jacks was and will be home to the first conference meet of the season and beyond for the Glen Lake bowling team.
The Lakers to on the Elk Rapids Elks, and both the varsity and JV teams fell in tough matchups.
St. Mary (1-3) spread the wealth Tuesday.
Each Eagle scored points in the contest, as St. Mary blew past Petoskey St. Michael Academy (0-2), 72-13.
St. Mary (2-1) came out firing Tuesday.
Traverse City Home School (0-2) couldn’t keep up with the offense of the Lady Eagles, as St. Mary defeated the Bulldogs, 61-26.
“We were aggressive going to the basket tonight,” St. Mary coach Clint Couturier said. “We went to the free throw line a lot and were able to knock some down.”
Leland (3-1, 0-1 NWC) finished off the road trip with a big win.
The Comets ran past Grand Traverse Academy (1-3) Tuesday, 77-36, behind another strong performance from JJ Popp.
“Coming into tonight, we didn’t know what to expect,” Leland coach Jon Kiessel said. “We came out hard after the loss against Onekama and we wanted to be more physical.”
Injuries continue to effect Suttons Bay.
The Norsemen (2-3, 1-0 NWC) dropped their first game at home Monday, falling to Harbor Springs (3-1), 64-37.
“Every game, we learn a little more about ourselves,” Suttons Bay coach Ron Anderson said. “We are still trying to find ourselves early on and working on taking good shots.”
Leland (1-1, 0-1 NWC) knew it was going to be a tough matchup.
Kingsley (3-1, 1-0 NWC) hosted the Comets Tuesday, winning 67-28 in the first conference matchup for both teams.
Glen Lake was back on track Tuesday.
The Lakers (2-1, 1-0 NWC) made the trip to Onekama (0-2, 0-1 NWC) for their first conference matchup of the season, running past the Portagers, 53-18.
Glen Lake (3-0, 1-0 NWC) made quick work of Buckley (1-2, 0-1 NWC) Friday.
The Lakers got out early, scoring 29 points in the second quarter alone to propel them to an 84-47 victory. Four of the five starters scored in double digits for the Lakers.
Two county teams with boys who played football and soccer together met on the court in Suttons Bay.
St. Mary (0-3) and Suttons Bay (2-2, 1-0 NWC) went back and forth on Friday, but the Norsemen held on to defeat the Eagles, 51-48.
Suttons Bay Public Schools is conducting a shoe drive fundraiser to raise money for the Suttons Bay Parent- Teacher Organization.
The group will earn funds based on the total weight of the pairs of gently worn, used and new shoes collected as Funds2Orgs will issue a check for the collected shoes.
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LANSING — Information that could help protect citizens from being unfairly targeted and police from unfair accusations is not required to be collected.
Michigan is among 29 states that don’t require police to collect demographic information during vehicle stops, according to a study by the National Conference of State Legislatures and the Laura and John Arnold Foundation.