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News

Island Students Earn Prizes for Good Work, Behavior

Signing yearbooks, cleaning out lockers, watching the yearbook video, and having an auction are all part of the last day of school for students in grades eight through 12 at Mackinac Island Public School. More...

Mackinac Associates To Fund New Historic Interpretors at Park Sites

For drawing student attention, science has dissections, language arts has fiction, and history has Mackinac State Historic Parks, specifically, the Living History program, where costumed interpreters at park sites give rifle demonstrations, cook hist More...

Historic Glass Plate Negatives of Island Scenes Printed in New Book

Offer Glimpse of Island Life, c. 1896 - 1915

Sorting through 4,500 glass plate negatives is not an easy task, especially when many of them are not identified, but that has been Steve Brisson More...

Editorials

Will Next Governor Have Deep Pockets? Michigan Politics

Much of the political world these days is fixated on Deep Throat of Watergate fame. My focus this week is on deep pockets. More...

For The Record

In the May 14 issue of the Town Crier , in the article titled "Islanders%27 Comments on Luggage Carts," Marti Carey received an attribution as the owner of Cloghaun Inn. She is not the owner, she is the manager. More...

Stingels Retire Four Friesian Horses to Police Caisson Unit

Islanders called them More...

People

Mackinac Island Yacht Club Bridge Results

In Mackinac Island Yacht Club Bridge League games for the week ending Wednesday, June 8, Lois Largo placed first and Elaine Hansen placed second. More...

Patricia Bynoe, Brian Schoenborn Wed

Patricia Bynoe of Mackinac Island and Brian Schoenborn of Conklin were married Saturday, May 14, 2005, at Ste. Anne More...

Brandon Rausch Named Student of Year

Brandon Rausch of Frankenmuth and Mackinac Island received the Business Student of the Year award from Frankenmuth High School last week. More...

Columnists

Arch Rock a Destination for More Than 150 Years

A Look at History Arch Rock

Of all of the rock formations on Mackinac Island, the most remarkable is Arch Rock on the Island More...

Perspectives on Vegetarianism: Personal Choice, Health Concerns

Maintaining Your Health on Mackinac

Dr. Silva is a professor of surgery at Wayne State University and a resident of Woodbluff on Mackinac Island. More...

News About People On Mackinac Island

Beautiful, sunny days last week welcomed the large Detroit Chamber of Commerce convention to Mackinac. It was a very busy time on the Island. More...

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