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Michigan Politics

Politicians Start To See Green

When it comes to politics and the environment, promises made have not been promises kept. Pledges to conserve and protect usually ring hollow soon after such hyped rituals as Earth Day and Arbor Day, most recently observed last week. More...

Rudyard

By Kerry Fountain 495-5533 kerrymariet@yahoo.com

The Family Fun Afternoon April 26 at Kinross Recreation Center drew 51 adults and 61 children attending. The event was planned by the Kinross Early Childhood Development team. More...

St. Ignace

Hanna Lupan has returned home after spending a few months in North Carolina with her sister, Liala Evans. Temperatures there ranged in the 50s and 60s. Hanna is happy to be back, and enjoys weekly social activities. More...

Les Cheneaux

It seems so wonderful to look out and see rippling water, seagulls, and an occasional boat zipping through the water. The pussy willow bushes are all fuzzy and many trees are beginning to show a little bit of green. More...

DEAL ME IN

Come Play The Tightest Loose Machine In The West

Dear Mark: How do you determine what is considered loose and tight in slot machines? Is there a way of identifying them? Do they place them where we can't find them? Karen K. More...

Engadine Consolidated Schools

HOME OF THE EAGLES•KNOWLEDGE LETS YOU SOAR

With spring's late arrival, the track and golf seasons have begun in earnest. The varsity track team made a good showing at the Marquette Dome Track invitational last week and our first home track meet had our Eagles placing third overall. More...

Brevort

With the cold, windy weather, last weekend was not the best of weekends for the sand dunes clean-up, but the 30 or so volunteers who gathered persevered and gathered bags of trash off the beaches. More...

Engadine

What's up with this cold weather? Going from the 70's, a couple of weeks ago, to much lower temperatures this week, including a few snow flurries Saturday evening, wasn't funny. More...

Rexton-Garnet

The calendar may be fast approaching May, but the cold temperatures are not indicative of spring. More...

DeTour Area

A friend brought over a sprig of lilac Saturday. I was surprised and puzzled. The plant cutting came from a greenhouse. More...

Mackinac Island

The official opening of the season began Friday, April 25, when Grand Hotel's The Gate House and Millennium Wing opened. More...

Looking Back

115 Years Ago The St. Ignace News Saturday, April 29, 1893 The dance at Mulcrone's hall last Thursday evening was largely attended, and all reported a splendid time. More...


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