January 11, 2018 RSS feed / Views

Save voices, opinions for park management plan

Park manager Kasey Mahony was somewhat surprised at one reaction to a press release announcing the opening of a fat-tire bike trail in Leelanau State Park.  Opposition.  More...

Heard around Leelanau

“(I) haven’t given it a thought.”  Sugarloaf, Sugar Loaf and SugarLoaf owner Jeff Katofsky, on what he considers the proper spelling for the resort he plans to renovate and open. More...

Ballot issues favor Dems in 2018 election

A favorite game in this town is to ponder what impact, if any, ballot proposals have on elections. Do voters flock to the polls because of this issue or that being on the ballot, and then hang around to vote for this candidate or that? More...

Prosecuting opioid addiction

Drugs are fun, exciting and profitable.  While watching two young defendants in court who are charged with playing a role in the heroin death of a Suttons Bay man, you get a feeling that they once may have held that thought.  They look and More...

Mother nature took control during storm

As I looked out my front window about 11 a.m. Dec. 30, it appeared my trip to Traverse City would be smooth sailing.  There was a clear path out of my driveway onto Co. Rd. More...

Reader's Forum: The positive sides of short-term rental

I have read both stories published in the Reader’s Forum of the Leelanau Enterprise regarding Short Term Rentals (STR). The only fake news I have read is a judgmental condemnation of visitors as destructive criminals. More...