November 8, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

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History, art to mix tomorrow at the Glen Arbor Art Center History lends perspective. More...

Proposals popular in county, state

Leelanau County voters joined voters across Michigan in approving three state proposals on this week’s ballot.  A proposal to legalize possession, cultivation and commercial sales of marijuana through state-licensed retailers passed with s More...

New faces for boards in two school districts

Residents hit the polls Tuesday to vote for non-partisan seats in boards of education at county schools.  Three candidates were seeking two seats available on the Glen Lake Board of Education. More...

SB fire millage passes handily

Officials of the Suttons Bay-Bingham Fire and Rescue Authority are breathing a big sigh of relief and expressing gratitude for voter approval of a millage proposal on this week’s ballot.  More...

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COUNTY CLERK Michelle Crocker, left, and deputy clerk Lyn Drzewicki watch as deputy clerk Alison Middleton takes a phone report from a township clerk on results of Tuesday night’s voting.   More...

“The Wedding”

On a misty day in June, Lorenzo Christiaan Lercari, son of Kathrine Edahl of Northport, MI. and Robert F. Lercari, married Talya Goodman of East Hampton, MA. She is the daughter of Ms. Britt and Dr. Edward Goodman. More...

O’Malley,Vanderwall prevail here and across legislative districts

Only county candidate defeated

The 101st state House seat, considered a toss-up or “leans Republican” in past elections, on Tuesday moved solidly into the Republican column. More...

Two new presidents to hold gavels in incorporated villages

New looks for all three councils

New presidents will soon hold gavels in two of three incorporated villages in Leelanau County’s. More...

Eckerle elected to Road Commission

The newly-expanded Leelanau County Road Commission will have a different look come 2019.  County voters re-elected incumbent James Calhoun and newcomer Tom Eckerle to 6-year terms on the commission which will go from three to five members, effec More...

Kromkowski, Cooney prevail

Suttons Bay attorney Marian Kromkowski will replace Larry Nelson as Leelanau County Probate Court Judge, having beaten fellow Suttons Bay attorney Michael J. More...

ELECTION DAY IMAGES

DEPUTY COUNTY clerks review election data coming in to the county Government Center in near-real time Tuesday night . More...