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Treasurer Repays Funds; Prosecutor Requests County Find New Legal Counsel

Michelle Della-Moretta Offered County Emergency Services Position

Prosecuting Attorney W. Clayton Graham has asked the Mackinac County Board of Commissioners to find its own legal counsel, following several incidents in which, he said, he has lost rapport with his clients. More...

Experimental Aircraft To Fly in at St. Ignace

Hand-built, restored, antique, and military airplanes will be on display at the 13th annual Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Fly-in/ Drive-in, Steak Out Sunday, June 5, at the Mackinac County airport in St. Ignace. More...

Bridge Race a Unique Event for Runners

Awards for the top finishers were handed out at the Mackinaw Memorial Bridge Run Saturday, May 28, the same as at most any road race. For most of those who participated in the unique event, however, the competition wasn More...

Downtown St. Ignace To Host Garage Sales June 11

St. Ignace will host a community garage sale Saturday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

News

Quiet Kids Can Get Forgotten in Classrooms, Can Contribute To Group

Teachers sometimes make the mistake of assuming that students who don't speak up have little to contribute

Sara is a quiet child who loves to draw pictures in exquisite detail. But Sara%27s reserved manner troubles her kindergarten teacher. More...

St. Ignace Girl Scouts To Donate Cookies to Troops

St. Ignace Junior Girl Scout Troop 72 and Cadette Girl Scout Troop 340 will send 30 boxes of cookies to local soldiers Joel Kelso, Nicole Paquin, and Karen Moses. During this year More...

Puzzle Symbolizes Cohesion of 63 Seniors in LaSalle’s Class of 2005

School Graduation Celebrated May 27

Each piece to the puzzle is an individual, but all 63 pieces form the LaSalle High School Class of 2005, and it was the completed puzzle that was graduated in St. Ignace Friday, May 27. More...

Obituaries

Aaron Sweeney

Aaron V. Sweeney, 88, of St. Ignace, passed away Friday morning, May 27, 2005, at Mackinac Straits Hospital, following a short illness. More...

Michael Dennis

Michael T. Dennis, 62, of Pine River, St. Ignace, died unexpectedly at Northern Michigan Hospital in Petoskey Tuesday evening, May 24, 2005. More...

Donald ‘Doc’ Benson

Donald More...

Opinion

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: As a visitor to your area, I was somewhat hesitant to write, but thought you might enjoy the viewpoint of an outsider. More...

‘Lest We Forget’

County Veterans Honored Monday

Jim Johnson, a former Clark Township resident who now lives at Kincheloe, visits the grave of his parents, Carl W. and Hilda W. Johnson Monday, May 30, before Memorial Day services at Cedar Cemetery in Cedarville. Mr. Johnson More...

New Police Effort Targets US-2 Accident Rate

Extra Patrols, Safety Campaign Begin This Summer

Ten traffic agencies will focus their efforts this summer to thwart careless and aggressive driving on US-2, in response to citizen and police concerns about accidents on the busy two-lane highway. More...

Mackinaw City Kicks Off Summer With 100+ Entry Parade, Pageant

It More...

Custom Street Engine To Be Raffled for St. Ignace Library at Car Show

A specialized hot rod crate engine, valued at nearly $17,000 and dubbed More...

‘Evening on the Bay’ To Benefit Community Foundation in St. Ignace Thursday, June 9

The second annual More...

Social

Shelli Taylor Earns Radiology Degree

Shelli Nicole Taylor of Sault Ste. Marie was graduated with honors from Ferris State University May 7, earning a degree in radiology. More...

Bickham Earns 4.0 at GVSU

Casey Bickham of Hessel had a 4.0 grade point average at the end of her winter semester at Grand Valley State University. More...

St. Onge Named to NCMC Dean’s List

Elizabeth St. Onge of St. Ignace is on the Dean More...

Sports

Cedarville Girls, Pickford Boys Win Eastern U.P. Track Titles

The final results during the Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference championships were the same as in the Division III regional meet, with the Cedarville girls and Pickford boys capturing the league titles Thursday, May 26. More...

Rand Litzner and Ashley St. Louis LaSalle Athletes of Year

Junior Ashley St. Louis and senior Rand Litzner were presented the LaSalle High School Stanley St. Louis Athlete of the Year Awards during the year-end ceremony before the entire student body Tuesday, May 24. More...

Spencer Adds to LHS Disc Record at SAC Meet

Katie Spencer added to her LaSalle High School discus record and set a new Straits Area Conference (SAC) mark with a throw of 120%277" during the SAC championships in Cheboygan Thursday, May 26. More...

Columns

Michigan Politics

Governor Granholm Spotlights State

Every year since 1954, Michigan Week has been held in May to celebrate the heritage and attractions of the Water Wonderland. Last week, by coincidence, the state moved to correct a huge gap in regulating one use of this precious resource. More...

Engadine Consolidated Schools

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Brevort

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