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Suggestions Shared For Ferry Lane Area

Signs, better roads, sidewalks, bike paths, connections to downtown, and a positive community attitude were among the suggestions offered at a public feedback session about the Ferry Lane corridor Tuesday, November 28, at the St. More...

News

Congressman Bergman Aims At Reinstating Cormorant Control in the Great Lakes

U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman has introduced a bill that would overcome a 2016 federal judge’s ruling and reinstate a depredation order that allowed the state and U.S. More...

Tribes Oppose Concept of a Tunnel To Enclose Line 5

Native American Tribes comprising the Chippewa Ottawa Resource Authority (CORA) oppose the concept of a tunnel under the Straits of Mackinac to enclose Enbridge Energy’s Line 5 pipeline. CORA, a Sault Ste.  More...

Line 5 Public Meeting To Be Held Tuesday at Little Bear

The Michigan Pipeline Safety Advisory Panel will host a public feedback session in St. Ignace regarding the future of Enbridge Energy’s Line 5. The meeting will be held at Little Bear East Arena in St. More...

Opinion

MML Against Local Communities Funding Labor Day Bridge Walk

To the Editor:  The annual Mackinac Bridge Walk on Labor Day is a fantastic Michigan tradition. It’s great for our state, our state’s tourism, and our state’s image. More...

Does Not Agree With Asking Businesses To Fund Walk

To the Editor:  It is so sad to see we are succumbing to terrorism by having to worry about something we’ve done for more than 50 years.  More...

Enbridge Gets To Broker the Deal

To the Editor:  More...

Public Meetings - Free Access

Public Meeting Calendar

Following is a schedule of open public meetings. The listing is for governmental and similar entities. More...

For the Love Of Animals

Valentine Reflects on Years at Shelter

The small office at the Mackinac County Animal Shelter, especially on Friday, is abuzz with people and cats and dogs.  More...

Truckload of Fire Gear Comes to EUP

Raber Twp. Receives Donation, and Shares the Bounty With Nearby Communities

Outside the Raber Township Fire Hall in Goetzville, a large group gathered on an October afternoon to welcome a semi-truck loaded with fire equipment donated from downstate fire departments and companies. More...

Sports

Mackinaw City Girls Take Down Pellston 47-40 in Basketball Season Opener

The Mackinaw City girls basketball team hit the ground running as it started off its 2017-2018 season Wednesday, November 29, with a victory at home against Pellston. More...

Mackinaw City Junior Varsity Wins First Game

The Mackinaw City junior varsity girls basketball team started off its 2017-18 season with a victory at home against Pellston Wednesday, November 29. More...

BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS

Bluewater League  November 20  Fred’s Pub 52, Mackinaw Trolley 38, George’s Auto Parts 37, The Wooden Door 34, B.C. More...

Columns

Les Cheneaux

Les Cheneaux News – 25 Years Ago, Les Cheneaux Hotels, Continued   More...

Les Cheneaux

The weather this past week was very enjoyable, with the temperature as high as 50 degrees one day, but most days it was in the high 30s and low 40s. There was some sunshine and no snow. More...

The Library Will Remain Intact, and Here’s Why

Think Outside, No Box Needed

I have been trying to declutter my life, and because of that, I have been throwing out or donating things that I don’t think I am going to use any more. The objective is to simplify my life. More...


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