5 Candidates Remain as City Wraps Up Manager Interviews

Council To Decide: Appoint New Mayor or Hold Special Feb. Election

The list of candidates for the St. Ignace city manager’s position has dwindled from nine to five and City Council concluded its remaining applicant interviews Monday, November 21. Council… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you should renew. […]

Kids Make the Most of First Snowfall



Top: Students at St. Ignace Elementary School enjoyed St. Ignace’s first onslaught of fresh snow during recess Friday, November 18, when about six inches blanketed the Straits area. Pictured ma… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you should […]

Chamber of Commerce Re-defines Focus on Promotion of Businesses

Split Between Visitors Bureau, Chamber Leads to Fresh Perspective

With the recent split between the St. Ignace Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce, the promotion of St. Ignace is being redefined. Now, the Visitors Bureau will concen… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you […]

Sign of the Season: Channel Buoys Pulled in Bitter Weather



  The United States Coast Guard from Sault Ste. Marie removed the last of the channel buoys from the Les Cheneaux Islands Friday morning, November 18. The men battled bitterly cold weather an… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired […]

Audit: Mackinac Island School in Great Shape

Fund Balance $1.1 Million, Enough To Operate for Year

Mackinac Island Public School’s fund balance, at $1.1 million, is enough to operate the facility for the entire year, auditors reported at the Thursday, November 17 meeting of the Mac… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you should […]

City Recreation Committee Seeks New Focus for Little Bear Task Force



Improved telephone access, a better Web site, and color brochures are immediate projects being undertaken by the St. Ignace Recreation Advisory Committee toward increasing revenues at Little… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you should renew. Full versions […]

Gros Cap School To Replace 22 Windows

Plans of How To Manage $124,000 Project Debated

As temperatures drop and winds increase, cold air is blowing through the windows at Gros Cap School, and the school board met Monday, November 7, to consider an estimate by Wolgast Corporation … You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired […]

Three-Car Accident Kills Naubinway Man



William Tulinsky, 47, of Naubinway was killed in a three-car accident on highway US-2 at Epoufette Bay Road in Hendricks Township Sunday, November 20. Mr. Tulinsky was in his pick-up truck in … You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired […]

Engadine Advances to Regional Final

Eagles Have To Beat Tough Cedarville Squad Third Time This Season, 50-39

Kristyn Emery (32) of Engadine goes for the loose basketball, surrounded by teammates Elicia Derusha (21) and Shauni Rutledge (15), and Cedarville players Marcelle Reno (22), Lauren Izzard (10), Lind… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you should […]

Cedarville’s Young Arraigned on Felonious Assault



Jack Young, 74, of Cedarville was arraigned on three counts of felonious assault Monday, November 21, after threatening residents of Les Cheneaux Village Apartments and a sheriff’s deputy w… You must be an online subscriber to view this story. If you are able to login but not view the story, your subscription has most likely expired and you should renew. […]