March 7, 2013 RSS feed / Local News

Native American logos, mascots are wrong

Editor’s note: This article was submitted to the Enterprise and it is being published because it may be of interest to our readers.   More...

County Boards OK’s Elmwood recycling site repairs, upgrade

A request from Elmwood Township for $11,000 to repair and upgrade a county-used recycling site has received final approval from the County Board of Commissioners.  More...

State grant to help clean-up Leelanau blight

Leelanau County has been provided $58,000 to take a bite out of blight.  The Leelanau County Land Bank Fast Track Authority (LCLBA) has received word that the Michigan State Housing Development Authority has approved a grant worth up to $58,000 More...

Federal judge nixes legal fees request by attorneys in cop case

A federal judge in Grand Rapids said last week that Leelanau County’s prosecuting attorney and chief assistant prosecutor will need to turn elsewhere to recoup legal fees they incurred defending themselves from another attorney who formerly rep More...

Elmwood family escapes fire

An Elmwood Township family safely escaped a structure fire early Tuesday which destroyed the home in which they were living.  The residents were awakened about 1:15 a.m. More...

Passport Day Saturday at Suttons Bay Post Office

Passport applications will be accepted by the Suttons Bay Post Office from 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday as part of national Passport Day.  More...

Fish fry

FIVE HUNDRED, forty six were served Friday at the second of three Lenten fish dinners this season at Holy Rosary Church. Volunteers, from left, Nathan Therrien and Roger Hughes serve fish. More...

Leland man on talk show Tuesday

Retired television producer Scott Craig of Leland will appear Tuesday on a talk show recorded last month during a trip to Los Angeles.  Craig and his wife, Carol, visited the set of The Jeff Probst Show, of which his daughter, Amy Coleman, is th More...

Corrections:

Bingham Township Trustee Gary McGhee said he was not wearing his Suttons Bay-Bingham Fire and Rescue uniform at a recent township board meeting although he wore a department issued pager. More...

Road restrictions start Friday

Seasonal weight and speed restrictions will be imposed on all Leelanau County Roads, with exceptions as listed below, starting at 8 a.m. Friday. More...

Seniors program set up to help with scams

Several local senior citizens have been bilked out of anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000 after getting a phone call from a person they think is their grandchild telling them they are in a foreign country, are hurt or in trouble and need money, said Lt. More...

S-B woman faces animal cruelty charge

A 20-year-old Suttons Bay Township woman pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge of animal cruelty. Paige S. Luster, 2779 NW Bay Shore Dr., was arrested after the Grand Traverse Band Tribal Police on Jan. More...

ISEA holds seminar on sea lamprey control

The Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) will present a seminar focusing on innovative sea lamprey control methods at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the Inland Seas Education Center in Suttons Bay.  The program will be presented by Dr. More...

February snowfall fourth highest

We’ve turned the corner and, with less than two weeks before the arrival of spring, are looking at just an average snowfall this season.  As of Feb. More...