June 29, 2006 RSS feed / Columns

Outdoor Matters

Helping Abandoned, Injured Wildlife May Cause More Harm Than Good

It happens often. While hiking or driving, you see a fawn all on its own, seemingly abandoned by its mother or you find a young bird sitting on the sidewalk. You feel like you must do something to assist the animal, but should you? More...

Gould City

There was a tremendous turnout at the St. Ignace car show last weekend, which should thrill the many people that get ready, put on, and control the show. More...

Brevort

Midsummer, long days when it remains light enough to walk until at least 9:30 p.m. or later. Enjoy. More...

Engadine

Hello, everyone. It's time for the Independence Day holiday. The Declaration of Independence was officially adopted July 4, 1776. More...

Looking Back

115 Years Ago The St. Ignace News Saturday, June 27, 1891 More...

Rexton-Garnet

The rains came gently for awhile and we are grateful. The much needed water has perked up the heads of the drooping petunias and the squash can continue their run across the garden. More...

DeTour Area

If you go out in the evenings, be sure to take your sweater or sweatshirt along with you. Have you noticed the mosquitoes are not so annoying in the evening since the cold spell we had last week? More...

Mackinac Island

Exciting news! The Weather Channel broadcast live from the front porch of Grand Hotel to celebrate the first day of summer Wednesday, June 21. More...

Les Cheneaux

We begin this week with the Lions Club winners June 20. Dick and Bertha Carr were the lucky couple last week and they won $100. More...

DEAL ME IN

No Straw Into Gold On These Wagers

Dear Mark, I am interested in the following proposition bets that were getting More...


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