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Brown Is U.P. Champ

Claims 3rd Golf Title

LaSalle High School senior Margo Brown completed her high school golf career with a third consecutive Upper Peninsula title during the Division 3 golf tournament at the Escanaba Golf and Country Club Thursday, May 28.  More...

Library Social Is Saturday

The St. Ignace Public Library building on Spruce Street opened its doors in 2005 and is celebrating its 10th anniversary Saturday, June 6, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at 110 West Spruce Street. Everyone is welcome to attend. More...

News

Democratic Chairman Sees Northern Michigan as Well Suited for Better Paying Jobs

Ever since his re-election as State Democratic Chair last February at the Democrats’ annual state convention in Detroit, Lon Johnson has been making good on his promise to change his party and move past his party’s big losses in the Novem More...

St. Ignace City Council Members Paid $1,330 for the Month of May

St. Ignace City Council members were paid $1,330 for the month of May. The mayor receives $70 to attend council meetings and $60 to attend committee meetings or represent the city at events. More...

Lawman Funny Car to Make Noise at 40th St. Ignace Car Show June 27

Drag racing funny cars are some of the loudest race cars in existence, as will be demonstrated at this year’s St. Ignace Car Show, celebrating its 40th year. More...

Sports

Emma Bohn Sets 3 Records; Brimley Girls Second at U.P. Track Finals

Emma Bohn of Cedarville set three records during the Upper Peninsula Division 3 track and field finals at Flivver Field in Kingsford Saturday, May 30.  More...

Horseshoe League Results

Women’s AA: Wendrick’s Truss 21, Clyde’s Kinross 15, Eclipse Salon 13, Ed’s Fish 12, Hakola Logging 11, Demawating Development 8, Dan’s Dolls 7.  Women’s A: Alicia and Tanya 14, Jodi and Tiffany 14, Lisa and S More...

Saints Girls, Boys Jr. High Track Teams Enjoy Success

The St. More...

Columns

Environmental Groups Create a Stir on Pipeline Concerns

Michigan Politics

As was underscored last week by assorted events and reports across the land, politics in Michigan is aswirl in water issues at the local, state, and federal levels.  More...

Engadine-Gould City

Singer, songwriter, and guitar player Rattlesnake Annie will perform at the Erickson Center for the Arts Tuesday, June 16, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 and are now available for purchase. They will also be available at the door. More...

Looking Back

100 YEARS AGO  The St. Ignace Enterprise  Thursday, June 3, 1915   More...

Enbridge: Energy Needs Rely on Line 5

Enbridge Energy’s response to continued protests of the Line 5 pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac is that it continues to regard the pipe as safe, inspects it continually, and has been working with the state and environmental groups to alle More...

Summer Outlook Is Bright

On Mackinac Island, Many Businesses Are Encouraged by Opening Weekend

Business on Mackinac Island fared well during Memorial Day weekend and advanced bookings at hotels are up. Members of the business community are cautiously optimistic about the summer ahead, which could benefit from good weather. More...

Some Urge Decommissioning of Line 5

Mackinac Island Town Crier

A privately commissioned report includes recommendations from three scientists and engineers who call for the decommissioning of the Enbridge Line 5 pipeline that rests under the Straits of Mackinac, citing environmental concerns. More...

Social

James Both and Katie Crosby To Marry

Barbara Ahlich Crosby of St. Ignace announces the engagement of her daughter, Katie Crosby, to James Both, son of James and Deborah Both of Upper Arlington, Ohio. Ms. Crosby is also the daughter of Mark Crosby of Petoskey.  More...

LaChapelle Awarded Michigan State University Alumni Award

Eric LaChapelle, a former Mackinaw City resident and graduate of Mackinaw City High School, has been awarded the Michigan State University Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Outstanding Alumni Award at a ceremony in East Lansing.  More...

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Obituaries

Alvin Buss

Alvin Ernest Buss, 93, of Prudenville, was a World War II veteran and a builder. Mr. Buss died Thursday, May 21, 2015, at Munson Healthcare Grayling Hospital.  He was born April 18, 1922, to Rudolph and Lydia (nee Lentz) Buss in Engadine. More...

John Benson

John Craig Benson, 64, of Naubinway, passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2015, from complications of diabetes.  He was born February 5, 1951, to Bradford and Betty (nee Cronk) Benson in Kalamazoo.  More...

Michael Warren

Michael Todd Warren, 47, of Hessel, died Wednesday, May 27, 2015, in Hessel.  He was born March 4, 1968, in Kettering, Ohio.  More...


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