September 13, 2007 RSS feed / Columns

Michigan Politics

Dems Won't Want To Remember Days of September

September 2007 is not a month to be savored by Michigan Democrats. Consider: • After prodding by Senator Carl Levin over three presidential election cycles, More...

Engadine

Condolences to the family of Donald Lewis, 43, who passed away Thursday, September 6. Don attended school in Engadine and was graduated with the Class of 1982. Please keep his wife, Susie, and family in your prayers during this difficult time. More...

Les Cheneaux

A high tea was given last week by the Les Cheneaux Historical Association to thank its women volunteers of the summer. More...

Rexton-Garnet

With summer behind us, we are fast moving into the last few months of 2007. How fast time really does move, and even more so as one gets older. I seem to recall my mother-in-law reminding me not to wish my life away, as it goes fast enough. More...

St. Ignace

School is off to a busy start for students, teachers, and staff. Church services at Faith Baptist Church on Bertrand Street in St. Ignace were held for the first time in the beautiful new addition. Many members and guests attended. More...

Autos Across Mackinac: Spring '47 Sees Increase of Traffic, Bridge Talk

Part 36: Mr. Ziegler and Mr. Sigler

This year the St. Ignace News is serializing Les Bagley's unpublished manuscript on the history of Michigan State Ferries, which operated across the Straits of Mackinac before the bridge opened half a century ago. More...

DeTour Area

Most everyone in the village is busy this week planning the events scheduled for this weekend in DeTour. Rehearsals for the production of "Tales of Twain" are being held every evening until opening night Friday, September 14. More...

Gould City

Fall is beginning to set in. School is back in session. The trees all have some tips of color on them, and the mornings and evenings are a little bit cooler. More...

Mackinac Island

What a gorgeous day to celebrate a very special event. More...

DEAL ME IN

Opulence Has Its Place … and Price

Dear Mark: I am interested in how, or if, the casino's carpets guide visitors through the space, whether it aims to work sort of like Muzak, keeping their attention focused on the gambling options rather than on the floor; and, of cours More...


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