September 10, 2005 RSS feed / Top News

Chambers Wins Labor Day Regatta

Islander Mark Chambers won the 11th Annual Horn More...

News

Area Blood Drives in September

The American Red Cross will hold blood drives in Mackinaw City and Sault Ste. Marie Wednesday, September 21. More...

Town Crier Concludes Summer Schedule

This issue completes the Town Crier More...

42,000 Enjoy ‘Flawless’ Mackinac Bridge Walk

Though not as many people attended as first expected, the 48th annual Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk was successful on many levels. More...

Sports

Al Reilly Wins Fenlon Speedboat Races

Boat racing has been an intermittent tradition in the Les Cheneaux Islands for at least 80 years, whether it%27s a race between wooden runabouts or between a fleet of sleek Ensign sailboats. More...

Detroit Team Visits Island

From Wednesday, August 24, to Saturday, August 27, the cross country team from Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills held its summer training camp on Mackinac Island. More...

Mackinac Island Soccer Program Prepares for Season With Young Squad

Third-year coach Ken Straight will have 19 players on the 2005 Mackinac Island soccer roster this fall, 15 of them sophomores or younger. More...

Editorials

For the Record...

A September 3 article regarding Fudge Fest reported that last year More...

Letters

Letters to The Editor

MDOT Insurance Purchase Statement Called Misleading

To the Editor: In reference to the statement that Leon Hank made in his letter published last week in More...

Cohens To Sell 46-Acre, $21 Million Island Estate

Rita Sue and Elliot Cohen say they will sell their 46-acre estate behind Hubbard More...

Island Students Celebrate First Day of School Year

This year, 81 students in grades kindergarten through 12 will attend Mackinac Island Public School, up 11 from 70 students last year, with most of those being six new students entering kindergarten. More...

Equestrians End Summer With Farewell Ride Past Grand Hotel

In a portrait that could be from the 1900s, Island riders pause on the West Bluff during their end-of-summer Dress Ride September 3, much like their great-grandparents would have done. More...

People

Grand Hotel Employee Glen Bulgin Serves Food, God

Glen Bulgin stands on the porch of Grand Hotel. He works in the main dining room, serving delectable dishes with deep soul. More...

New Teachers Help Increase Island School Enrollment

Their Children are Only Second-Graders

Mackinac Island Public School would have no second grade this year, if it weren More...

Jan Snyder Pens Mystery Based on Mackinac Island

The mystery begins and ends on Mackinac Island, but the plot of Jan Snyder More...

Columnists

Granholm, Stupak Champions For New Super Lock in Sault

Michigan Politics By

Occasionally, a Michigan governor comes up with a grandiose scheme that really clicks, but comes to pass long after the governor leaves office. More...

True Spiders’ Characteristics Set Them Apart From Insects Nature Notes By

One of the wonderful things about Mackinac Island is that you don More...

News About People On Mackinac Island

Saturday, Sunday, and Monday of the Labor Day holiday on Mackinac were the most beautiful days of the summer. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

115 Years Ago Saturday, September 6, 1890 Admiral John B. Clitz. U.S.N. (retired), was at the Island the fore part of the week, for the purpose of removing the remains of his father, Capt. More...

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