June 22, 2006 RSS feed / Columns

Michigan Politics

Second Terms May Be Tough for First-timers Granholm, Stabenow

Democrats Governor Jennifer Granholm and U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow won office by narrow margins and face tough bids this year for second terms as the first women to hold those offices. More...

Mackinac Island

The Lilac Festival parade was held Sunday, June 18, where our visitors saw the trees laden with a magnificent crop of lilacs ranging in colors from white to the deepest purple. More...

Gould City

We have some summer weather, finally. Seems like ages since the warm weather went away. Soon we will be complaining about the heat, won't we? There are many activities coming up to enjoy, along with the nice weather. More...

Les Cheneaux

We have just experienced one of the warmest weekends for the month of June that I can recall. It seems strange that just a week ago, we were getting frost warnings! How it all changes with the blink of an eye. More...

Looking Back

115 Years Ago The St. Ignace News Saturday, June 20, 1891 More...

Rexton-Garnet

Summer has settled in comfortably around us. The cars are parked along US-2 in a long line as locals and visitors alike take advantage of the bright sunshine and warm temperatures, at least in the air, although not necessarily the water. More...

DeTour Area

The much needed rain Sunday, June 18, was most welcome. Hopefully, the rain didn't spoil plans for your special Father's Day events. More...

Engadine

This week brings sad news of three area residents who passed away recently. More...

DEAL ME IN

The Fast and Furious Shuffle And Chop-chop Pai Gow

Dear Mark, How big of a disadvantage does the blackjack player who More...


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