February 7, 2019 RSS feed / Local News

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Love is in the Air   The Leland Township Library and Leelanau Historical Society will cohost a Valentine workshop from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. More...

Potato chips in a crunch?

LANSING – Michigan is the nation’s largest grower of potatoes for chips – about one in four bags sold in the U.S. More...

Improved life expectancy data

LANSING — Michigan health officials now have access to national records that will help them examine disparities in life expectancy in different parts of the state. The U.S. More...

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A MALE downy woodpecker perches itself on the side of a tree in Lake Leelanau Sunday.   More...

Correction:

The deadline to apply for membership in Impact 100 is Feb. 22. The wrong date appeared in last week’s paper.  Further information is available at www.impactTC.org.   More...

Suttons Bay gets tech grant

Suttons Bay Schools is one of 21 school districts in the state to receive grant funding for elementary and middle school robotics.  The school is the only school from northwestern Michigan to receive the grant, which is for $30,502.  More...

Moyer lauded at Alma College

Alexis Moyer of Suttons Bay was named to the dean’s list at Alma College for fall semester.  A graduate of Traverse City West High School, Moyer is studying nursing.   More...

Senior tax prep help available

Leelanau County Senior Services Department in partnership with the AARP Tax Aide Program will provide federal and state income tax return preparation services to county seniors.  AARP Tax Aide is looking for volunteers to function as tax return More...

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MORE THAN 500 people attended a spaghetti dinner fundraiser Saturday in Cedar for the Frank and Helen Rosinski family who were victims of a break-in and assault in their home last month.   More...