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Winter Carnival Planned at Curtis

Family Activities Offered Saturday

Winter activities and contests for children and adults will keep outdoor enthusiasts busy all day at the Curtis Winter Carnival Saturday, February 13, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on South Manistique Lake.   More...

Appeals Denied in LMAS Claims

The Luce, Mackinac, Alger, and Schoolcraft (LMAS) Health Department may be on the hook for 11 of 28 client billings so far reviewed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, LMAS Health Officer Nick Derusha revealed at the Board of Health m More...

News

CCSS Will Offer First Aid Classes

Consolidated Community School Services (CCSS) will offer a Red Cross First Aid and Infant, Child, and Adult CPR course Wednesday, February 17, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. More...

Workers Question Federal Tax Withholding on W-2 Forms

Workers who are receiving W- 2 forms from their employers this winter showing no federal tax withheld for year 2009 are actually seeing the results of a federal stimulus package that's been doled out to workers in weekly increments. More...

Smith Joins St. Ignace Firm

Steve Smith, originally of St. Louis, Missouri, is the financial advisor for the Edward Jones investment firm located on 149 West US-2 in St. Ignace.   More...

Sports

Girls Basketball

‘Saints Express’ Rolls   To 12-1 Record With Wins   The St. More...

DeTour Raiders’ Katie Tominac Recovering Well, Family Reports

DeTour junior athlete Katie Tominac is recovering well after a tumor was removed from near her kidney at the Mayo Clinic Thursday, January 28, her family reports. More...

Mortensen Signs National Letter of Intent for NMU

LaSalle High School senior Gerrit Mortensen signed his National Letter of Intent to study and play football at Northern Michigan University during the first day of signing Wednesday, February 3. More...

Columns

Looking Back

125 YEARS AGO St. Ignace News February 10, 1885 More...

GOP Governor Candidates Head North, as Democrats Regroup

Michigan Politics

In the primary races for nominations to replace term-limited Governor Jennifer Granholm, the media theater has dimmed on Democrats while they sort out who will run and get critical endorsements now that labor-backed Lieutenant Governor John Cherry h More...

St. Ignace

We sure are having a mild winter, and the sun has been great lately.   More...

Snowsfest Is This Weekend

Children pounding down hills in their board game-themed cardboard sleds, adults playing a round of golf on frozen Hessel Bay, a fishing contest, and other winter events will be among activities during the threeday Les Cheneaux Snowsfest Friday, Febr More...

Founders Leave Animal Aid Group

By Karen Gould   George and Jo Ford, who founded Mackinac Animal Aid Association   More...

Woman Gives Kidney to Young Friend

EUP Community Taking Donations

Two young Kincheloe women who attend church together now have an even stronger bond than their friendship, the donation of a kidney. More...

Social

Matson, Smith

Dawn Marie Matson and Chad Allen Smith of St. Ignace were united in marriage Saturday, December 19, 2009, at Zion Lutheran Church in St. Ignace with Pastor George Kaiser officiating. More...

Curtis, Hanna

Kimberly Ann Curtis and Richard William Hanna were united in marriage Saturday, October 3, 2009, at the Stalwart Presbyterian Church with Greg Ledy officiating. Music was provided by pianist Barbara Taylor. More...

Aiden Niemi

Chad and Tonya (nee Shagonabe) Niemi of Iron Mountain announce the birth of their son, Aiden Josiah Niemi, born Wednesday, December 16, 2009, at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital in Iron Mountain. More...

Obituaries

John Cason

John Oliver Cason, 69, of Cedarville, enjoyed a long career with a Cedarville limestone quarry and was active in his church and community. He also had a strong interest in aviation, as a member of Experimental Aviation Chapter 560. Mr. More...

Richard Vernagus

Richard Hart “Ric” Vernagus, 58, of Pickford, was a Pickford business owner for many years. Mr. Vernagus died Sunday, January 31, 2010, at his home.   He was born January 13, 1952, in Howell.   More...

Blanche Millon

Blanche Millon, 91, of Cedarville, died Tuesday, February 2, 2010, at Cedar Cove Assisted Living Community in Cedarville.   She was born July 18, 1918, in Goetzville, to Anthony John and Clara (nee Potoczak) Ligienza. More...


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