October 18, 2018 RSS feed / Local News

Baby boys!

Township grows by three in 10 days

The population in Kasson Township jumped by three within 10 days. More...

Correction:

A recent listing given of the owners of the Enterprise was not complete. Don Gordon and E.J. Ziebell owned the paper from 1952 through 1966, when Gordon sold his half of the business to Ziebell and son-in-law Clifford Egeler.   More...

‘Loaf homeowners tap new well

Members of the Sugar Loaf Townhouse Owners Association are celebrating the startup of a new community water system serving some 72 townhomes directly adjacent to long-shuttered Sugar Loaf Resort. More...

Lakeshore numbers dip in Sept.

Warmer than usual temperatures brought lukewarm visitation to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.  Average temperatures were five degrees above normal in September, according to National Weather Service records. More...

Auditions set

The Northport Community Art Center (NCAC) will hold auditions for its February dinner theater production of Last of the Red Hot Lovers, next week.  Auditions will be Monday and next Wednesday, Oct. 22 and 24 at 6:30 p.m. More...

Working in tandem

Cidery celebrates 10 years Sunday

It all started with two pairs of feet and a bicycle. Those feet belonged to now husband and wife Dan Young and Nikki Rothwell, the owners of Tandem Ciders in Suttons Bay. More...

Donations sought for playground project

A new matching grant may help the Friends of Leelanau State Park build a new playground.  The $80,758 matching grant from GameTime/Sinclair Recreation is available now through October 31.  More...

County Dates

Red hot love of the stage   More...

S-B Village to pursue updated streetscape plan

The Village of Suttons Bay will try again to begin a “streetscape” project along M-22 (St. Joseph Avenue) in Suttons Bay if they can keep the project within budget.  More...

‘Breakfasts’ to boost library

The home stretch is just over $300,000 away. And eating pancakes for breakfast can help the Glen Lake Community Library cross the finish line.  More...

Mock election set for next week at Leland

They won’t cast a ballot on Nov. 6, but 300 voters will go to the polls on Wednesday.  About 300 students from Leland Public School, Northport Public School, St. More...

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SIX-YEAR-OLD Emery Knizacky of Traverse City picked out the perfect pumpkin Sunday at Gallagher’s Farm Market.   More...

Historical staff attend seminars

History remembers strong leaders. Two of the “leaders” at the Leelanau Historical Society Museum will attend professional development programs this month to further develop their leadership capacity.  More...

Fall Finale Art Walk set Friday

Walks, wines and works of art will fill the air tomorrow night.  As shoppers stroll the streets from 5-8 p.m. More...