May 18, 2017 RSS feed / Columns

Fieger Roars Back on Political Scene

Michigan Politics

Last week was a big one for early maneuvering on who will be the 2018 Democratic nominee for governor.  Controversial Southfield attorney Geoffrey Fieger, who lost 62% to 38% 20 years ago as the Democratic challenger of Republican Governor John More...

Looking Back

125 YEARS AGO  The St. Ignace News Saturday, May 21, 1892   Harvey Clark lost a horse by getting mired in the swamp in the rear of his barn Monday.  •••  More...

Mackinac Island

The view from the Fort Mackinac Tea Room looking down on Marquette Park is breathtaking. The park is like a carpet of green velvet. There are buds on the lilac trees, but the cool nights will slow the lilacs from blooming early. More...

St. Ignace

Downtown St. Ignace is looking good as the summer season begins. Local businesses are opening and getting ready for all the visitors who pass through our friendly town. More...

Outdoors This Week in the Eastern U.P.

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day, and if you’re looking to find something for Mom to do with that new fishing pole you gave her, there are tons of things happening.  More...

Think Outside, No Box Needed: Advice for Growing Your Business

‘Your Business Is a Training School for Your Employees’

I walked into my friend’s business the other day, and when I asked him how he was doing, he said, “You know, Jim, I’m just livin’ the dream.” I could tell by the sarcastic tone in his voice that he didn’t mean a wo More...

Les Cheneaux

The geese have already had their young, so now we have many more geese in Cedarville Bay.  It was great to visit and have lunch with Alice Bennett and Punky Belonga in St. Ignace one day last week.  More...


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