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    To the editor:

    There is a stark and obvious truth to what has happened in our country and to our representative democracy for those citizens who can lift their heads from their labors long enough to see, listen and comprehend.

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: Happy New Year!
  • To the editor:

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    By Tim Skubick

    No regrets. No second guessing. No plans for the future. He’s going forward not looking backwards.

    There in a nutshell is the post election story from defeated candidate for governor William Duncan Schuette who started his political journey with a key challenge, nobody got his name right.

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    To the editor:

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: Two paths for America
  • To the editor:

    Common threats unite people; that’s why wartime presidents are so popular. Absent a war, there are two ways politicians can use this phenomenon.

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: Mantra for 2019: Be calm
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    A column by Amy Hubbell

    Sleep in heavenly peace.

    Sleep in heavenly peace.

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: Cartoon
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    It’s a new year and a new beginning for the county’s timeless entertainment center.

    Within days of a call to action, members of the Suttons Bay community have united behind a mission, formed a nonprofit, and lined up a doubleheader on the day they are officially handed the keys to The Bay Theater.

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: Coming Events
  • Organizations wishing to have their public events listed in this calendar can email Amy Hubbell at amy@leelanaunews.com or call The Enterprise, 256-9827, before 5 p.m. Friday.

    TODAY

    10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. — Beginner Tai Chi Class (free); Leelanau Township Fire Hall, Northport.

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: County Dates
  • BOOK TALK

    Empire seasonal resident Katharine “Kit” Crawford Robey will read from her new book, “Cardinal Coat & Other Stories” at 3 p.m. today at the Glen Lake Community Library in Empire.

    JUDGE SWEARING-IN

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    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.

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    by Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise staff

    An estimated 150 Leelanau County families and 600 local children celebrated Christmas this week with new toy gifts thanks to the success of the Toys for Tots campaign.

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  • 12/26/18--12:10: EDWARD GALLA
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    CEDAR – Edward Galla, 86, of Cedar, passed away on Dec. 17, 2018 at Cherry Hill Haven, Traverse City.

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    by Chris Olson
    special to the Enterprise

    Law enforcement in Leelanau County has a simple message for drunk drivers: don’t do it.

    “Look, if you’re going to be drinking, be a responsible person and get a designated driver,” said Leelanau County Sheriff Mike Borkovich Friday.

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    By Alan Campbell
    of the Enterprise staff

    A virus found a home in the county computer system about two weeks ago, resulting in fake emails requesting money being sent from at least one address of a local official that residents trust.

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    by Alan Campbell
    Of The Enterprise staff

    A civil lawsuit that started with a theme of dog attacks man — a somewhat common cause for court intervention — took a turn for the bizarre after a plaintiffs’ home in Leelanau County was searched by the FBI.

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    by Daniel Fortune
    Of The Enterprise staff

    New Year’s Eve appears to be making a comeback in Leelanau County.

    Many area businesses have substantial plans for the occasion this year, reviving the pastime when going out on New Year’s Eve was a big deal.

    A local restaurant owner remembers this firsthand.

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  • 12/26/18--12:09: Photo
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    THE BAY Theatre will be open New Year’s Day under the direction of the Bay Community Theatre. See story Page 15. Rich Bahle of Bahle Enterprises is shown here handing the keys over to Rick Andrews of the community group while board member Gary Hoensheid looks on.

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  • 01/02/19--13:01: Hagstrom graduates
  • Anna Hagstrom, a 2014 St. Mary graduate, graduated magna cum laude last month from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids.

    Hagstrom double-majored in elementary education/early childhood development and minored in English as a second language.

    She is the daughter of Shelly and Russell Hagstrom of Lake Leelanau.

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  • 01/02/19--13:01: Youth art classes offered
  • The Glen Arbor Art Center (GAAC) will offer two programs for kids in pre-school up to 8th grade beginning this month.

    After School Art offers four-week session that immerse students in the creative process — all while making new friends, igniting imagination and developing an appreciation for the arts.

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