June 11, 2015 RSS feed / Columns

GOP ‘Elephant Herd’ Hopefuls Might Hit Michigan Trails

Michigan Politics

The way 2016 presidential primaries are shaping up, Michigan could see an unprecedented swarm of visiting candidates in coming months, especially among Republicans. The “elephant herd,” as described by The Wall Street Journal.  More...

St. Ignace

Graduation ceremonies in our area are over for this school year. The St. Ignace Middle School held eighth grade graduation Monday evening, June 1, with 45 students graduating. More...

Rexton-Garnet

Our weather seems to be in a holding pattern. We are holding off on planting the garden, mowing the lawn, and other outdoor activities that require dry land and sunshine. More...

Doing Dice The Easy Way

DEAL ME IN

Dear Mark:  I would like to learn how to play dice. What is the best way?  Dave K.   More...

Les Cheneaux

The weather has improved and warmed up. The lilacs are blooming and they are beautiful. There is a pretty bunch between Sadie Nye’s house and First Union Church. They are so pretty and have a great fragrance. More...

Engadine-Gould City

Congratulations to the Engadine boys relay track team for making it to the finals. The following boys brought home medals: Jarrett Dailey, Austin Buss, Hunter Wiegand, and Trevor Brawley took sixth place in the 400 meter relay. More...

With This Trait, Wendell Would Have Had a Great Career

Think Outside, No Box Needed: Advice for Growing Your Business

Have you ever had an employee who was great at their job but unreliable? How about an employee who was reliable but wasn’t very good at their job? More...

Looking Back

100 YEARS AGO The St. Ignace Enterprise Thursday, June 10, 1915 More...

Mackinac Island

The flowers on Mackinac Island are outstanding. The tulips at Grand Hotel are every color of the rainbow. The woods are filled with yellow lady’s-slippers, blue forget me-nots, lily of the valley, and many more varieties. More...


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