May 25, 2017 RSS feed / Views

The essential parts remain, with change

It’s New Year’s Eve for Leelanau County, but you won’t find much for big parties.  “Summer people” are busy opening cabins, local workers are strained to prepare for the holiday weekend and the busy army of retirees More...

Heard around Leelanau

“When I see a serviceman or servicewoman in uniform, I always shake their hand and I say ‘thank you.’”  — Jean Serocki of Maple City, who again this year has been busy in the time leading up to Memorial Day placing More...

Correction:

A headline and story in last week’s sports section misstated the date of the 2017 Port Oneida Run. The eighth annual run/walk fundraiser will be held on Aug. 5, not Aug. 8.   More...

Fieger emerges as ‘Trump-like’ candidate

The first time Geoffrey Fieger ran for governor in 1998, he ran as an outsider — a.k.a., a non-career politician.  That was long before the notion of electing somebody without hands-on government experience became fashionable with an elect More...

‘Right and proper’ way to observe Memorial Day

Recalling what former Suttons Bay resident Dick Grout had to say about Memorial Day 10 years ago in the Leelanau Enterprise:  More...

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Writer takes in ‘quiet’ of covering Leelanau

A column by Hannah Lentz

It rained this past week, trust me. My grandparents invested in a tin roof for our summer cabin where I am living and I couldn’t help but notice the rapid and desperate sound of a summer rain trying to break through.  More...

Reader's Forum: Children need more funds, volunteers

Last year, another Readers Forum article written by Commissioner Wessell outlined the challenges faced by many young children in our community. More...