November 24, 2016 RSS feed / Local News

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Lions off trees for a donation   More...

Unlikely fire takes out Jag and homework of NMC student

When Charlie Brookfield, 21, went back to his classes at Northwestern Michigan College this week he had a pretty good excuse for not having his homework done.  No, the dog didn’t eat it.  His 1998 Subaru and his school books were dest More...

With grant, S-B plans downtown project

A new Suttons Bay Village Council hit the deck running during its first meeting Monday evening following the Nov. More...

Noverr application continued again

The Elmwood Township Planning Commission has had a busy November, wrapping up work on an all-new Zoning Ordinance, beginning work on a new Master Plan, and holding a continued public hearing on a request from Noverr Farm. More...

Corrections:

Coverage of the General Election incorrectly stated that Joseph T. Hubbell was the longest-serving prosecutor in Leelanau County history. That distinction goes to former Prosecutor Glenn Aylsworth of Solon Township, who just turned 93. Mr. More...

Commissioner candidates seek recounts

Recount requests have been filed from a candidate seeking the District 5 county commissioner’s seat.  Dale Schaub, Republican candidate for the seat representing Leland and Centerville townships, filed a recount request Friday for the Lela More...

Appointments made by county; Rentenbach stays on Health Board

Several split votes taken

The Leelanau County Board of Commissioners met last week as a “committee of the whole” to recommend a slate of appointees to various boards and commissions. More...

Patrol car strikes more than one deer in herd

A Leelanau County Sheriff’s Office patrol vehicle was damaged when a deputy headed to an accident at about 8:40 p.m. More...