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St. Ignace City Council Still Struggling With Finances

Millage Increase Proposal Rejected; City Battles With Cuts, Short and Long-Term Solutions to Deficit

Discussion of the city More...

News

Wide Range of UP History Discussions Planned at LSSU

Sault Ste. Marie To Host 56th Annual U.P. History Conference

The Historical Society of Michigan More...

Former Sheriff’s Deputy Given One-Year Delay of Sentence

Former Mackinac County Sheriff Department Corrections Deputy Keith Grogan was granted a one year delay of sentence, with conditions, May 25 by 92nd County District Court Judge Beth Gibson for writing non-sufficient checks to the department More...

Police Arrest Two in Drug Bust

A man and a woman from Grand Rapids were arrested for possession with intent to deliver more than 27 pounds of marijuana in the parking lot of a Moran Township restaurant early Saturday morning, June 4. More...

Sports

LaSalle Baseball Team Captures Its First-Ever District Championship

Coach Lou Grondin said this team has improved with each game. More...

Saints Boys and Girls Each Sixth at U.P. Finals

Aaron Gutchess Wins Third Pole Vault Title in Four Years; Three Others in Top Three

Aaron Gutchess won his third pole vault Division II championship with a height of 12%270," finished fourth in the high jump and was part of the 800 relay along with Derrick Clark, Mario Calcaterra, and Paul Davis to place fifth and lift the Saints to More...

Spencer Sets U.P. Mark; Rudyard’s Burby Adds to School Record

Katie Spencer set her third record this season in the discus throw during the Division II Upper Peninsula State Finals with a mark of 115%279.25," and Brenda Burby added to her Rudyard High School best of 38%273" in the shot put, just one inch off th More...

Bryce Tracy Hired as County 9-1-1 Coordinator

Bryce Tracy of St. Ignace has been named Mackinac County Central Dispatch Board More...

Work Begins on County Fact Book

The Mackinac County Planning Commission met with representatives of U.P. Engineers & Architects to review the first few chapters of the county More...

On the Press...

Curtis History Gathered for 60-Page Paper

People in Curtis are compiling historical information, memories, and photos for a 60-page newspaper to be published June 25 in celebration of the town More...

Social

Church Notes

Bethel Lutheran Church of Cedarville will host a Service of the Word for Healing, with communion, Sunday, June 12, at 4 p.m., with Pastor David Letscher. More...

Albion Graduates St. Ignace’s Kelso

Micaela Kelso of St. Ignace was graduated cum laude from Albion College in Albion May 7 with a degree in athletic training. She is the daughter of Craig and Marsha Kelso of St. Ignace and a 2001 graduate of LaSalle High School. More...

Sixth Grade Camp Tradition a Unique Experience

Students Come From Several Districts to Lodge in Pickford

"After a couple weeks of rain, snow, and cold, everybody was all smiles," said Bill Sutter, settling into a heavy wooden chair to watch an energetic group of students fill the Kresge Lodge at Northwoods Christian Camp in Pickford. More...

Opinion

Michigan Politics

Deep Pockets in Campaigns May Tip Scale for Some Michigan Candidates More...

Letters to the Editor

Families Need Alzheimer

To the Editor: The Michigan House has released their version of the state budget, which allocates funds for programs in the Alzheimer More...

For the Record...

In a photograph on page 19 of the June 2 issue, Aaron Tarnutzer was misidentified as Aaron Gutchess. More...

Columns

Les Cheneaux By Helen Shoberg

484-2626 mink@cedarville.net Congratulations to Jeannette Doud for the wonderful award she received and her 20 years of reporting for More...

Mackinac Island By Jeannette Doud

847-3301 At 11:30 a.m., Monday, May 30, at the Veterans Memorial in the City Park, an impressive service was held in honor of all the men and women who have served, or are serving our country in the military. More...

Brevort

What a lovely day after all the storm warnings we had Sunday evening, June 5. The air is fresh and the flowers are so happy for the rain, although Dave had watered all the flowers and little gardens I have here and there. More...


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