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Boat Tours Offered at Coast Guard Station Saturday, June 4

Tours, Helicopter Rescue Demonstration Planned

U.S. Coast Guard Station St. Ignace will host an open house to promote boating safety Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Celebration For Friends of Late Jack Chambers Planned for June 5

A celebration for friends of the late Jack Chambers will be held at the State Street Village Inn in St. Ignace Sunday, June 5, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., with cocktails and hors d More...

Laurie Stupak To Focus on Mackinac State Historic Parks’ Heritage, Traditions, Culture

New Park Commissioner Promotes Northern Michigan

When Laurie Stupak was appointed to a six-year term of the Mackinac State Historic Park Commission by Governor Jennifer Granholm last week, she did not know she was helping to make commission history by changing the composition of the board to a majo More...

Letters

Letters to the Editor

Former Attorney General Appreciates Town Crier Journalistic Coverage

To the Editor: I just read the May 21 edition of the More...

Supporters Rally for Solutions on Mackinac State Historic Parks

Likened to Engine Driving Michigan

Phil Porter argues that Mackinac State Historic Parks can help rebuild Michigan More...

Veterans’ Observance Notes ‘Cost of Freedom’

Island Vets Honored on Memorial Day

Memorial Day has always served as a day honoring those men and women who have fought in the armed services. More...

People

Quinlans Mark 50th Anniversary

William and Margaret Quinlan were married 50 years ago, June 11, 1955, and will celebrate their golden anniversary at Grand Hotel with their children and grandchildren the weekend of June 16. More...

Mackinac Island Yacht Club Bridge Results

In Mackinac Island Yacht Club Bridge league games for the week ending Wednesday, June 1, Susan Bankard placed first and Nicki Krzykowoski placed second. More...

Columnists

Michigan Politics

Governor Tackles Bottled Water Issue

Every year since 1954, Michigan Week has been held in May to celebrate the heritage and attractions of the Water Wonderland. Last week, by coincidence, the state moved to correct a huge gap in regulating one use of this precious resource. More...

News About People On Mackinac Island

By Jeannette Doud

At 11:30 a.m., Monday, May 30, at the Veterans Memorial in the City Park, an impressive service was held in honor of all the men and women who have served, or are serving our country in the military. More...

Does Island Look the Same Today as a Generation Ago?

Preserving the Past A Look at History By Frank Straus

Question 1: Does Mackinac Island look similar to what it looked like in the 1970s and 1980s? More...

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