September 9, 2006 RSS feed / Columnists

Michigan Politics

Stabenow Touts Canadian Trash Deal; Bouchard Prefers Legislation

While campaigning in Michigan last week with Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard' the GOP challenger of U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow' Senator Elizabeth Dole of North Carolina echoed his "Do Nothing Debbie" criticism of Stabenow. More...

Island Saying Goodbye To Golden Summer Riding Season

HORSE TA ES by Candice C. Dunnigan

"But they must go, the time draws on, And those More...

Maintaining Your Health on Mackinac

Skin Cancer Can Strike Tanning Parlor Users

There has been an alarming increase in the rates of skin cancer in young people. The incidence of melanoma, the lethal type of skin cancer, has doubled in the United States from 30 years ago among young women ages 15 to 29. More...

NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE ON MACKINAC ISLAND

folks were seen riding saddle horses from Cindy's Riding Stable or the many who chose to take a scenic carriage ride. The weather was perfect for the threeday holiday, making Main Street a very busy place. More...

The Northern End of Mackinac Island Is A Little Different

A Look at History Mackinac Island

From "Mile 3" to "Mile 4" on Mackinac Island's Lake Shore Road is the northernmost tip of Mackinac Island. It is a one-mile stretch of lakeshore that stretches from Scott's Cave Road to Point aux Pins. More...

Nature Notes

Quite A Number of Moth Species Are Active in Daylight

I recently received a note from a friend of mine describing an unusual sighting. Feeding in the garden of his house was a moth that was seen briefly and flew away quickly, only to return shortly. More...

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