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- 01/09/19--11:13: _Comets fall to Huskies
- 01/09/19--11:13: _Glen Lake opens 201...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Conservancy events set
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Airport Commission ...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Meeting set on sewe...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Lee. Twp. continues...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Man arrested, ‘shir...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Woman killed in crash
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Gregory L. Detweiler
- 01/09/19--11:12: _VENUS R. CAREW
- 01/09/19--11:12: _DAVID JOHN HAWKINS
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Complaints about pr...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Big Thanks
- 01/09/19--11:12: _National Booze Day
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Reader's Forum: Bui...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Cooperation in Lans...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Thanks to EMS
- 01/09/19--11:12: _We want your input
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Cartoon
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Potenial is great; ...
- 01/09/19--11:13: Comets fall to Huskies
- 01/09/19--11:13: Glen Lake opens 2019 with win against N-B
- 01/09/19--11:12: Conservancy events set
- 01/09/19--11:12: Airport Commission may become authority
- 01/09/19--11:12: Meeting set on sewer bond repayment
- 01/09/19--11:12: Lee. Twp. continues Christmas Cove talk
- 01/09/19--11:12: Man arrested, ‘shirtless’
- 01/09/19--11:12: Woman killed in crash
- 01/09/19--11:12: Gregory L. Detweiler
- 01/09/19--11:12: VENUS R. CAREW
- 01/09/19--11:12: DAVID JOHN HAWKINS
- 01/09/19--11:12: Complaints about process laughable
- 01/09/19--11:12: Big Thanks
- 01/09/19--11:12: National Booze Day
- 01/09/19--11:12: Reader's Forum: Building fraught with issues
- 01/09/19--11:12: Cooperation in Lansing?
- 01/09/19--11:12: Thanks to EMS
- 01/09/19--11:12: We want your input
- 01/09/19--11:12: Cartoon
- 01/09/19--11:12: Potenial is great; so is need for priorities
Benzie Central (4-1, 3-1 Northwest Conference) came into Leland (3-3, 1-3 Northwest Conference) and took it to the Comets.
The Huskies ran past the Comets, 53-22, holding Leland to the lowest scoring output of the season.
Paige Kohler was all over the floor, helping her teammates make plays.
Glen Lake (6-1, 4-0 Northwest Conference) wasn’t going to let Kohler and North Bay (0-5, 0-4 Northwest Conference) get past, as the Lakers held off the ladies of North Bay, 79-39.
The Leelanau Conservancy will host three outings at different locations in the coming weeks.
Docents Peter Wolcott and Karl Hausler will lead a snowshoe/hike at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Clay Cliffs Natural Area near Leland.
Along the way, participants will enjoy stunning views of both Lake Michigan and North Lake Leelanau.
It may be a little-known fact among Leelanau County residents that the county is a co-owner of Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City along with neighboring Grand Traverse County.
Leelanau County representatives have served on a two-county “Airport Commission” that governs Cherry Capital Airport since around 1971.
The Leelanau Township Board has scheduled a special meeting in hopes of reaching a decision regarding the plan for paying the township’s municipal sewer bond.
The public meeting will take place 10 a.m. Jan. 22 at the Leelanau Township Hall.
The meeting was announced Tuesday night after the board returned from closed session during its regular meeting.
The Leelanau Township Board is still considering ways to protect the eroding shoreline of Christmas Cove.
At its meeting Tuesday, the board heard from Paul Rebori, member of the Parks and Recreation Committee, who spoke about a meeting he recently had with a retired engineer from the Army Corps of Engineers, whose advice Rebori relayed.
A Lake Leelanau man was arrested for drunk driving this week after striking a telephone pole in Suttons Bay Township.
An 81-year-old Glen Arbor woman is dead after a two-car crash Tuesday in Empire Township.
Deputies and Glen Lake Fire and Rescue responded just before 8 a.m. to the crash on M-72 at Benzonia Trail (Co. Rd. 677) where they found two vehicles with extensive damages and two injured drivers.
NORTHPORT – Gregory Lynn Detweiler, 65, of Northport, passed away Saturday, Dec. 29,2018 at home.
TRAVERSE CITY – Venus Renee Carew, 49, of Traverse City, passed away Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019 in Grand Rapids.
Venus was born Oct. 5, 1969 in Grand Rapids, the daughter of Joaquin Carew and Roseanne Raphael.
David John Hawkins passed away on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at the age of 71 at the Orchard Creek Assisted Living Center in Traverse City, Michigan.
David was born in Toledo, OH before moving to Glen Arbor in the 1980s. He was the son of Edgar J. Hawkins and Elsie (McQuiston) Hawkins and graduated from DeVilbiss High School in Toledo, OH and Principia College in Elsah, Illinois.
To the editor:
To the editor:
On behalf of the Royston Family, we want to pass on our thanks to the entire Leelanau community for the kindness and support shown over the past several months during Eric’s battle with cancer.
To the editor:
New Years Eve might better be called National Booze Day. Even when I was a young child, I have both good and bad memories.
About your piece in Jan. 3 paper “what went wrong with county projects?” Mr. Campbell has pointed out the causes of the problems in a round about way. The answers are in a binder our clerk has. Those minutes have the discussion and votes on these projects.
Well that didn’t take long.
The air around the state capitol is rarified these days with a renewed sense of optimism that the long-awaited public demand for bipartisan cooperation is within reach.
To the editor:
I have always loved Christmas with its religious significance and delightful variety of celebratory music. The only song I cannot abide is the boorish simplicity and iconoclastic effect of ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.’
I never could appreciate that glowing red nose or feel it worthy of a song.
Putting together and publishing a community newspaper is a fascinating, adrenaline producing, challenging task. The dedicated, professional journalists and team at the Enterprise take great pride in producing a top-notch product each week for our communities.
A couple weeks ago at Christmas time, a number of spouses, parents and other family members were confronted with what was a rare problem for past generations.
What do you get somebody who has everything?