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- 12/26/18--12:11: _Three Steps to Avoi...
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- 12/26/18--12:11: _Andresens celebrate...
- 12/26/18--12:11: _Coping with grief d...
- 12/26/18--12:11: _County Cuisine
- 12/26/18--12:11: _Talk of the County
- 12/26/18--12:10: _Marriages performed
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- 12/26/18--12:10: _Soil Erosion Permits
- 12/26/18--12:10: _Real estate transfe...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _Construction Code A...
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- 12/26/18--12:10: _NPS biologist retir...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _2018 Rewind: meth, ...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _Big numbers in bird...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _Bay Theatre to open...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _GT Bike Tours to ho...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _TART Trails will ho...
- 12/26/18--12:10: _Glen Lake rolls pas...
- 12/26/18--12:11: Three Steps to Avoid Property Tax Foreclosure
- 12/26/18--12:11: Looking Back...
- 12/26/18--12:11: Winter was long on the islands
- 12/26/18--12:11: Andresens celebrates 68 years
- 12/26/18--12:11: Coping with grief during holidays
- 12/26/18--12:11: County Cuisine
- 12/26/18--12:11: Talk of the County
- 12/26/18--12:10: Marriages performed
- 12/26/18--12:10: Deaths recorded in county
- 12/26/18--12:10: Soil Erosion Permits
- 12/26/18--12:10: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 12/26/18--12:10: Construction Code Authority
- 12/26/18--12:10: Programs on tap at Empire library
- 12/26/18--12:10: NPS biologist retires after 30 years of service
- 12/26/18--12:10: 2018 Rewind: meth, cherries and high water
- 12/26/18--12:10: Big numbers in bird count
- 12/26/18--12:10: Bay Theatre to open Jan. 1
- 12/26/18--12:10: GT Bike Tours to host wine tasting
- 12/26/18--12:10: TART Trails will host 10th Trails Day
- 12/26/18--12:10: Glen Lake rolls past Traverse City St. Francis
One of the truisms in life is that taxes will never go away. This is especially true for property taxes. For most towns and cities, property taxes are paid twice a year. If you don’t have an escrow account with a lender, or if there is no mortgage and you pay the taxes on your own, having a spending plan to ensure there are enough funds to pay the taxes is critical.
5 YEARS AGO December 26, 2013
The owners of a half dozen historic Leelanau County barns used commercially as wedding and reception venues have received violation notices from the Leelanau County Construction Code Authority. They may need to invest tens of thousands of dollars to upgrade their barns, or go out of business.
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The following is story and photos are taken from Kathleen Craker Firestone’s “The Fox Islands North and South.”
One of the notable events of the island’s history...was recorded in the Traverse City Record-Eagle as it happened.
Carl and Marilyn (Gladden) Andresen of Elmwood Township will celebrate their 68th wedding anniversary on Tuesday.
They were married on Dec. 31, 1950 — New Year’s Eve — at The People’s Church in East Lansing.
Carl grew up in Glen Arbor and was the first “day student” to attend the Leelanau School, graduating in 1947.
The winter holidays provide joy to many in our area, but are also a challenge to some, especially those who have lost loved ones. Resources to help survive and even thrive are available and can also provide connections and community for the future.
The Leelanau Senior Services Support Group is one such valuable program.
Needing a hearty meal now that winter has officially kicked in? This potato soup from Art’s Tavern located in Glen Arbor and open seven days a week is that meal for you. For a tasty side, add a nice chopped salad or fresh bread.
Name: Jake Moran
Resident of county since:“Since October.”
Age and birthplace: 28, Traverse City
Tyler J. Shaffran and Jordan K. Callewaert, December 15 in Leland
Jakob D. Nelson and Lydia J. Roberts, December 15 in Empire
Kyle N. Bevelhymer and Emily E. Johnson, December 19 in Suttons Bay
Gerald M. Bergman, 77, of Garfield Township died December 13 in Suttons Bay Township
Village of Suttons Bay
Inland Seas Education – (Hallmark Construction Inc.) Excavation for new footing/pier for canopy and veneer Foundation at 100 Dame Street ($100).
December 14, 2018
Gerald C. Timmis, Trustee under the Gerald C. Timmis Living Trust to himself, Unit 14, Villa Glen Condominium in Empire Township.
Marie E. Shugart, Trustee of the Kenneth D. Shugart and Marie E. Shugart Revocable Living Trust to Michael R. and Kelly S. Wagner, Lot #4, Plat of Morningside in Elmwood Township.
Village of Northport
James B. Zevalkink (Self) Construct residential wood framed covered porch and deck at 10152 N. Shore Dr. ($7,090).
Bernard E. Alford (Mark K. Kellogg) Construct residential add/ alterations: Addition covered porch, deck. Alteration main and second floor at 111 E. Fifth Street ($77,865).
The Glen Lake Community Library will offer two readings by writers visiting the Empire area between the holidays.
Katharine “Kit” Crawford Robey will read from her new book, “Cardinal Coat & Other Stories” at 3 p.m. today.
Sue Jennings, wildlife biologist at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, will retire Saturday, after 30 years with the National Park Service (NPS) — nearly 10 of them at the National Lakeshore.
Jan. 4, 2018
[img_assist|nid=216273|title=|desc= FOCUSING INTENTLY on the number and species of birds visible along the Lake Leelanau Narrows last week were Audubon Society birders, from left, Nate Crane, Blake Key and Judy Livingston.
As promised the Bay Theatre will be open on New Year’s Day with a new group manning the projection room.
Tuesday the Bay Community Theatre group has planned a day full of activities to begin 2019 and mark the beginning of a new era at the move house.
Snowshoeing and wine.
Grand Traverse Bike Tours will be offering a unique wine tasting opportunity through the trails this winter.
A day on the trails is set.
The 10th annual Winter Trails Day will take place in the new year, Saturday, Jan. 5 at the Timbers Ridge Resort.
Rolling into victory.
The Glen Lake varsity bowling team earned the win against Traverse City St. Francis, 29-1, behind big games from Ken Plamondon and Isaac Flask.