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- 01/09/19--11:12: _KRISTI SHIPNES MARTIN
- 01/09/19--11:12: _ELIZABETH SCHLEEF
- 01/09/19--11:12: _MARTHA BROWN BAKER
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Geraldine M. Belanger
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Daniel Edward Bojarski
- 01/09/19--11:12: _EVELYN E. LIVINGSTON
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Hubbell named Enter...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Go Green
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Vacant building may...
- 01/09/19--11:12: _Four-string fun
- 01/11/19--08:01: _Two arrested after ...
- 01/14/19--08:19: _Suspects identified...
- 01/14/19--07:31: _Sleeping Bear Dunes...
- 01/16/19--13:39: _Master Gardener cla...
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- 01/16/19--13:39: _S-B Twp. to help wi...
- 01/09/19--11:12: Leelanau County Calendar of Events
- 01/09/19--11:12: County Dates
- 01/09/19--11:12: Public Notices For Leelanau County
- 01/09/19--11:12: KRISTI SHIPNES MARTIN
- 01/09/19--11:12: ELIZABETH SCHLEEF
- 01/09/19--11:12: MARTHA BROWN BAKER
- 01/09/19--11:12: Geraldine M. Belanger
- 01/09/19--11:12: Daniel Edward Bojarski
- 01/09/19--11:12: EVELYN E. LIVINGSTON
- 01/09/19--11:12: Hubbell named Enterprise editor
- 01/09/19--11:12: Go Green
- 01/09/19--11:12: Vacant building may get new life
- 01/09/19--11:12: Four-string fun
- 01/11/19--08:01: Two arrested after assault
- 01/14/19--08:19: Suspects identified in Cedar assault
- 01/16/19--13:39: Master Gardener class set
- 01/16/19--13:39: New bird count record set
- 01/16/19--13:39: Mikesell re-elected SB board president
- 01/16/19--13:39: S-B Twp. to help with utilities for housing plan
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.
10 a.m. — Wiggler’s Story hour; Suttons Bay-Bingham District Library; Suttons Bay.
SIPS & SOUPS
Sips, savory soups and hearty chilis will be paired with delicious pinot noirs, rieslings, chardonnays in the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail’s “Sips & Soups” event, from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday.
Tickets are $20 per person with $5 from each ticket sold donated to Leelanau Christian Neighbors.
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.
It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the death of Kristi Shipnes Martin, 84. She died on November 28, 2018 surrounded by her loving family.
OMENA – Elizabeth Schleef, 96, of Omena, passed away December 25, 2018 at home surrounded by her loving family.
Martha Brown Baker of Gulf Stream, FL and Lake Leelanau, MI passed away on January 3, 2019. She was born on November 13, 1919 in Greenville, OH. Her parents were Herman L. and Louanna Brown. Martha graduated from Greenville, OH high school and attended Ohio State University.
LAKE LEELANAU – Geraldine Marie Belanger, 93, of Lake Leelanau, passed away Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018 in Traverse City.
Daniel Edward Bojarski, formerly of Leelanau County, died on Dec. 26 in St. Clair Shores.
He was 64.
Dan lived in Leelanau County from 1984 to 2001. He worked at KAL Excavating in Omena for six of those years.
He had moved here from the Detroit area. He loved motorcycles, fishing, and Leelanau County.
SUTTONS BAY – Our Lord called Evelyn Elizabeth Livingston, 79, of Suttons Bay, to heaven on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019. We are grateful the Lord called her home peacefully in her sleep.
Publisher John Elchert announced this week the appointment of longtime staff member Amy Hubbell as editor of the Leelanau Enterprise.
Just 11 years old, the $10.6 million Leelanau County Government Center apparently needs a new heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system that could cost around $1 million to install.
Nobody knows how much it will cost because the new system hasn’t been designed yet.
“You come around the corner at Boone’s and — bam! — there it is.”
A vacant building with huge potential.
The quote is from Suttons Bay Chamber of Commerce president Karen Pontius. And the building is owned on paper by Suttons Bay Marketplace, which in turn is controlled by business owners Pam Leonard and Steve Kozelko.
When Suttons Bay resident Brooke Johncox received a ukulele for Christmas in 2017, she soon discovered she was in good company.
Having long desired to own one, Johncox, 39, said her new instrument was on her mind when she bumped into an old friend, Brook Courson, a week later.
A 25-year-old woman from Glen Arbor and a 33-year-old man from Interlochen have been arrested in connection with a violent home invasion in Cedar.
The two suspects involved in the incident on Thursday in Cedar have been arraigned.
Justin Tyler Bembenek, 33, and Bailey Kathleen Rosinski, 25, both of Interlochen, Monday appeared at arraignment and were charged with multiple felony charges. Arraignment was via telecom with the suspects in jail; the prosecutor at the county building and District Court judge in Traverse City.
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore will again be accessible to visitors, despite the government shutdown.
Superintendent Scott Tucker announced Saturday that visitor services, including plowing of trailhead parking lots and cleaning of restrooms, will resume using revenue generated by recreation fees.
Registration is open for the 2019 Master Gardener Volunteer Training Program offered through the Michigan State University Extension.
This program is a horticultural education and volunteer service program for adults who have a strong interest in gardening and enjoy sharing their knowledge through volunteerism.
It turns out that the Audubon Society’s annual Christmas Bird Count in Leelanau County set a new record.
A record 64 bird species were spotted during the annual event on Dec. 19. The previous record was 63 species.
[img_assist|nid=217392|title=|desc= NEW MEMBERS on the Suttons Bay Board of Education were sworn-in by Superintendent Mike Carmean, left, during the board’s organizational meeting Monday. Pictured, from left, are Liz Venie, Lee Grant, Chris DeJong and Thor Mikesell, president.
[img_assist|nid=217390|title=|desc= LIONS CLUB MEMBERS on hand at the Cedar-Maple City Lions Club ready to serve a “Cabin Fever Reliever” meal Saturday evening included, from left, Amanda First, Valerie Eimers, Tom Wilcox, Dan Hobbins and Tom Pleva. Proceeds from the annual event support Lions community projects including scholarships and vision assistance.