Public Notice - Mortgage Sale - PETER A. SHEFFER and ANN M. WILKINS

   Public Notice SCHNEIDERMAN & SHERMAN, P.C., IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT, ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT (248) 539-7400 IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. Full Story

Northport harbors a lot of history

   Northport has a rich heritage of activity on the waterfront that is second to none on the Great Lakes. Northport’s first settlers in 1849 arrived by schooner. Full Story

Public Notice STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT

   COUNTY OF LEELANAU NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE File No. 12-11649-DE Estate of Jean Lois Philo TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS: including the children of George Hitzler, whose names and addresses are unknown. Full Story

Historical Society offers help with valentines

   The Leelanau Historical Society is hosting a valentine-making workshop for children and their families on Saturday, Feb. 4. There is no charge for the event, scheduled from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in the Munnecke Room, next to the Leland Township Library. Full Story

Public Notice - Mortgage Sale - Kevin C. Anschutz and Katherine Anschutz

   Public Notice Notice Of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION WE OBTAIN WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT THE NUMBER BELOW IF YOU ARE IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. Full Story

Plate passed, backers give

   Suttons Bay teachers and staff members have donated nearly $55,000 to stave off a state takeover, and members of the community are following suit. Full Story

Public Notice - Mortgage Sale - Mary E. Greenway a/k/a Mary Ellen Greenway

   Public Notice FORECLOSURE NOTICE This firm is a debt collector attempting to collect a debt. Any information obtained will be used for this purpose. If you are in the Military, please contact our office at the number listed below. Full Story

Plate passed, backers give

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Marina plans irk some

   A special meeting has been called by the Glen Arbor Township Board to discuss a request to expand a marina near the Glen Lake Narrows. The Township Board will meet at 2 p.m. Full Story

Judge bars some testimony In ongoing cop case

   GRAND RAPIDS – A decision on whether disqualify an attorney defending Leelanau County against a lawsuit filed by deputies is on hold until next week after another defense attorney in the case told a federal judge in Grand Rapids Monday he wasn& Full Story

Judge bars some testimony In ongoing cop case

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Sister wore habit for almost 70 years

   Sister Mary Edward Plamondon, a Lake Leelanau native and nearly 70-year member of the Dominican order, is being remembered for her eternal faith and great sense of humor. Plamondon died last week at the Dominican home in Grand Rapids. She was 88. Full Story

Helen Mary Korson

   Helen Mary Korson 1920-2012 A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Wenceslaus Church for Helen Mary Korson of Gill’s Pier who died Jan. 31 at home. She was 91. Helen was born Dec. Full Story

Dorothy Langdon Yates

   Dorothy Langdon Yates, a former resident of Glen Arbor, died at home in Midland on December 12, 2011, surrounded by her family and friends. Full Story

County saves big with self-insured health care

   It’s rare these days to hear rave reviews over a health insurance plan. Betty Clark, who works in the county Treasurer’s office, provides an exception. “It’s really great. Full Story

Lakeshore attendance second best in history

   Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore was voted No. 1 in America, then finished No. 2 in visitation. Deputy Superintendent Tom Ulrich has announced attendance figures for 2011. Full Story

County saves big with self-insured health care

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Lakeshore attendance second best in history

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Anglers find some solid footing on Lake Leelanau

   The fishing report may pale in comparison to the fact that ice anglers are beginning to find solid footing. About 18 fishermen were looking for the hotspot Monday night on south Lake Leelanau. Full Story

Real estate transfers recorded in county - January 6-January 12

   January 6 Preston B. Britner to Norman J. and Joan M. Licht, Section 16, Elmwood Township. Norman J. and Joan M. Licht to Preston B. Britner, Section 16, Elmwood Township. Thomas Rooks, trustee, to Thomas Rooks, Unit 4, Westview, Empire Township. Full Story

Paulton still on the mend

   Leland graduate Ryan Paulton, who was injured in a bomb blast while serving in the Army in Afghanistan, is still recovering in Washington state, according to his mother. Full Story

New assumed names filed in county - January 19

   Little Outdoor Services; of 1625 N. Setterbo Rd., Suttons Bay — By David F. Little, P.O. Box 701, Suttons Bay. Poof, you’re a banana! Productions; of 3031 Whitman St., Cedar — By Brandi Morris, P.O. Box, Cedar. Robert W. Full Story

Suttons Bay students fare well at BPA event

   Suttons Bay’s Parliamentary Procedure Team took first place at the regional competition of the Business Professionals of America competition Jan. Full Story

86th District Court Proceedings - January 19

   Walter R. Braund, 66, P.O. Box 521, Leland — Pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended; $278 fine and costs. Michelle R. Full Story

They are in the business of serving customers in good times and bad

   Providing consistent products and services through good times and bad is the key to maintaining and growing local businesses. Full Story

They are in the business of serving customers in good times and bad

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A gift of thanks goes a long ways

   A “thank you” goes a long way. So says an Elmwood Township couple that hopes people will take time to thank others the old fashioned way — with paper and pen. Full Story

Leland prepares for challenge at Glen Lake in Northwest battle

   Tonight is a night of reclamation. Suttons Bay hopes to rebound at Buckley tonight after losing its first Northwest Conference match at Benzie Central, while Leland travels to Glen Lake. Full Story

New meditation group to meet at Leland library

   The Spring Forest Qigong level 1 practice group will hold an initial meeting Tuesday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Leland Township Library. Qigong is a form of meditation involving controlled breathing and slow, fluid movements. Full Story

Drama series resumes with Sherlock Holmes

   The Glen Arbor Art Association (GAAA) continues its drama series, “Readers Theater” on next Wednesday, Jan. Full Story