October 6, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Youngsters Enjoy St. Ignace Apple Days

In the Midwest, pumpkins and apples symbolize the month of October, and this year, throughout the business district and at St. More...

For the Record...

In the September 29 issue of The St. Ignace News, More...

LC Schools Increase Lunch Prices 10¢ To Fill $3,000 Food Service Gap

Les Cheneaux Community Schools students will pay an additional 10 More...

Hurricane Katrina Animal Victims To Be Rescued by EUP Collaboration Group

Denise Erickson, animal control officer of Luce County, left for Louisiana Friday, September 23, with a truck, three assistants, and a 30-foot horse trailer to pick up homeless animals and bring them back to the U.P. for adoption. More...

News

Governor’s Signature Ends Budget Worry for Parks Administrators

Funding Restored for Mackinac State Historic Parks

Governor Jennifer Granholm returned a $1.5 million general fund appropriation to Mackinac State Historic Parks Thursday, September 29, with her signature on Senate Bill 274. The budget bill was signed just days before the state More...

Act Would End Gas Gouging

House Democrats endorsed Congressman Bart Stupak%27s (D-Menominee) Federal Response to Energy Emergencies Act, called the FREE Act, which will empower the federal government to end price gouging by oil companies and provide relief to farmers and smal More...

Motorists Reminded of Ramp Closure

Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) reminds drivers that the US-2 West ramp exit is temporarily closed on northbound I-75 at St. Ignace. More...

Sports

Cedarville Beats Pickford in Homecoming Battle of Unbeatens

Huge Crowd Sees Trojans Clinch Share of EUPC Championship

Defense plus offense equals victory and in the case of Cedarville the 30-0 shutout win over Pickford clinches a share of the Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference (EUPC) championship, and qualifies the Trojans for the playoffs with their sixth consecuti More...

Newberry’s Late Rally Hands Saints Homecoming Defeat

St. Ignace continues to play hard, but couldn%27t hold off the fourth quarter rally as Newberry upended the Saints 17-10 during a Straits Area Conference (SAC) contest Friday, September 30. More...

Eagles, Bulldogs Win, Brimley Falls

Engadine and Rudyard posted non-conference victories and Brimley dropped a non-league contest Friday, September 30. More...

U.P. Marinas, Campgrounds Report Slight Dip in Visitors

Travel Costs May Have Kept Campers Downstate

State park and marina use this summer increased, state-wide, although use in the Upper Peninsula was down this year and was less than expected, possibly owing to a bad economy and soaring fuel prices, say state administrators. More...

Ready, Set, Roll!

Above: The streets of St. Ignace were busy with visitors and family strollers for the annual Autumn Apple Days weekend, Friday, September 30, and Saturday, October 1. More...

Dentists: Kids Need Fluoride in City Water

St. Ignace Cuts Treatment, Saves Up to $15,000

Local dentists say the St. Ignace City Council More...

Teen Pregnancy Program To Stress Parental Involvement

Governor

If Michigan reduced the state%27s unintended pregnancies by just 10 percent, it would save more than $27 million in Medicaid expenditures. More...

Cedarville, St. Ignace Crown Royalty at Homecoming

Cedarville High School junior Kristen Duman and senior Michael Thompson were crowned the Homecoming Queen and King at halftime during the Cedarville and Pickford varsity football game Friday night, September 30. More...

Pellston Airport To Receive $1 Million Improvement Grant

Pellston Regional Airport in Emmet County will receive $1,159,000 from the Department of Transportation. More...

Social

Sports Reporter David Latva Recognized by Coaches in BCAM Hall of Honor

David Latva, longtime sportswriter for The St. Ignace News, More...

Reader Recalls Morneau’s 3rd Ward Store

St. Ignace History...

An August 18 historical article about stores in the Third Ward section of St. More...

For the Record...

A wedding announcement for Jenna Duncan and David Sudol II published in last week More...

Obituaries

Ronald Bloch

Ronald A. Bloch, 72, of St. Ignace, was twice named Upper Peninsula Recycler of the Year, in 2002 and in 2003. More...

Fay Thomas

Fay E. Thomas of Fibre was a dedicated farmer, logger, fur trapper, and gardener. More...

Kenneth Smith

Kenneth V. Smith of Cedarville previously worked as a salesman for Mechanic%27s Laundry in Davison, until he retired and moved to Cedarville. More...

Columns

Polls Show Granholm’s Re-election Vulnerabilities

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Engadine Consolidated Schools

The first six-week marking period for the elementary will end October 7. Report cards for the elementary, grades kindergarten through sixth, will be sent home October 14. More...

Gould City By Marilyn McNeil

477-6925 donmar@lighthouse.net The weather has been wonderful, with warm days and cool nights, and the leaves are starting to turn some beautiful colors. The back side of this is what comes "after" the leaves fall. More...


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