May 3, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Leland School seeks renewal

In addition to the bond proposal, voters in the Leland School District will consider a proposal they seen many times and have repeatedly supported.  The district is seeking a renewal of a 10.013-mill property tax levy on non- Homestead and non-q More...

County Dates

May the 4th be with you   More...

Tribal election has implications

Some say casino plan in balance

Members of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians will head to the polls Tuesday to fill three seats on their seven-member Tribal Council.  In addition to controlling the largest governmental organization with the biggest governm More...

Glen Arbor assistant chief talk turns to closed doors

A special meeting to discuss appointing an assistant fire chief ended with more questions than answers last week in Glen Arbor Township.  The Township Board had posted a special meeting for 9 a.m. More...

Stormwater project starts in Northport

Construction began last week on a green infrastructure project designed to improve the quality of stormwater runoff along Nagonaba Street in Northport.  An underground infiltration system will be installed in front of the Village office and tree More...

County resident pens winning essay in Miss Indian World contest

Peshawbestown resident Bedoskah Stonefish received the top award for her essay submitted for the Miss Indian World competition. More...

Fire millage renewal sought

In order to keep fighting fires in Leland Township, voters are being asked to support the renewal of a millage to pay for firefighting and equipment, as well as training for Leland Township Fire and Rescue Department.  Leland Township Supervisor More...

Correction:

The Empire Village Council voted unanimously to hire Traci Cruz as its clerk in October 2016. A story that appeared in last week’s Enterprise indicated it was a split vote.   More...

Frost delays some work, but G-A park project near schedule

Things are taking shape at the Glen Arbor Township Park despite the extended winter.  Crews were in Glen Arbor last week installing new playground equipment in the second phase of the park renovation project which began last fall.  More...

Time to catch up; frost law ends

Businesses relying on heavy trucks can breathe a sigh of relief. And get ready to make up for lost time.  Yesterday officially marked the end of the longest weight and speed restriction season in Leelanau County.  More...

Northport School voters head to polls

An election Tuesday could have a substantial impact on the Northport Public School (NPS) budget. The school is seeking a five-year renewal of a 15.3883-mil levy on non-homestead, non-qualified properties. More...

Talent shows at Sands Showroom

This year’s “Natives Got Talent” show at the Leelanau Sands Showroom in Peshawbestown on Saturday was a huge success according to Tracy Kurtz, a public relations consultant who helped organize the event.  “We had a really More...

Art created by Leelanau School kids

Collaborative artwork by three Leelanau School students will be displayed this month at the Michigan Legacy Art Park in Thompsonville.  Eliot Vartian-Foss of Bloomington, Ind., Andrew Nail from Atlanta, Ga. More...