August 12, 2006 RSS feed / Top News

Kids Share Good News With Puppets of Praise

Puppets of Praise, a youth Christian group from Mackinac Island that performs small skits with puppets, entertained residents at the Mackinac Straits Hospital Long Term Care Facility in St. Ignace Monday, July 17. More...

News

2008 Seasons of Mackinac Calendar Winners

The winning photographs for the 2008 Seasons of Mackinac Calendar have been selected. The 2008 calendar will be the 25th that Mackinac Island Recreational Development (MIRD) has produced. More...

MACKINAC ISLAND POLICE REPORTS

Reports from the Mackinac Island Police Department from More...

For the Record...

The photograph of the old Benjamin blacksmith shop on the front page of last week's More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

115 Years Ago The St. Ignace News Saturday, August 8, 1891 More...

School Board Approves Schrock Contract for Top Post

Dr. Roger Schrock's contract was approved by the Mackinac Island Board of Education at a special meeting Wednesday, August 8, officially making him Superintendent of Mackinac Island Public School. More...

'No Sale' Most Offers Rejected at Mall Auction

Buyers seeking a bargain soon learned otherwise when owners rejected all bids for the retail units in the Mackinaw Crossings auction Monday, August 7, except those offered on properties being sold as absolute (no minimum bid). More...

Questions Linger as Island Adjusts To First Address System

As Mackinac Island's transition into an address system slowly progresses, and as residents and business owners work to comply with the new address ordinance, several questions continue to linger. More...

Columnists

Michigan Politics

Pols Slinging Cleaner Mud Than in Past

This year's gubernatorial campaign will be Michigan's costliest, thanks largely to the deep-pockets TV spending by Republican Dick DeVos. But it won't be the nastiest. More...

NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE ON MACKINAC ISLAND

Summer is the season of affirmation, the time to appreciate all the wonderful gifts that Mother Nature has given to us to enjoy, the beautiful warm sunshine and azure blue of the sky. More...

Maintaining Your Health on Mackinac

Part II Prostate Health: Early Cancer Detection Is Important

There continues to be a strong public health policy regarding prostate cancer, including media attention, public health education, advertised screening programs, and much discussion about treatment options that are available. More...

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