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Alcona Health Center gets state, federal honors
State Sen. Wayne Schmidt, Brandon Fewins of U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s office, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services deputy director Matt Lori, and Jen Anderson of the Michigan Primary Care Association were among the speakers, according to a news release from the center. The center recei
Gov. Snyder unveils plan for broadband throughout Michigan
FILE PHOTO: Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder addresses attendees during the 2016 Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference, Friday, Sept. 18, 2015, in Mackinac Island, Mich. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
DNR Invites You To Tour The Black River Sturgeon Hatchery
Sturgeon for Tomorrow representatives will also discuss work being done to restore sturgeon spawning habitat, sturgeon conservation, and outreach programming.
City Resumes Plans for Transportation Authority
The Mackinac Island City Council is considering establishing a transportation authority, which could oversee freight, airplane, and ferryboat traffic to the Island. Such an organization would allow the city to apply for a variety of grants, the council confirmed at a special meeting Wednesday, Augus
Mackinac Island Fudge Festival Returns with Family Activities, Tastings, Cocktails & More - MyNorth.com
Mackinac Island, the Fudge Capital of the World, is hosting the annualMackinac Island Fudge FestivalAugust 24–26. Annual fudge production is measured in tons on this tiny Northern Michigan island located in Lake Huron between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas. An estimated 1 million people vacat
Former Poet Brown to Visit Mackinac Island Public Library
Rounding out Mackinac Island Public Library’s 21st Annual Summer Author Series, Mackinac State Historic Parks Director Phil Porter will discuss his book, “The Soldiers of Fort Mackinac: An Illustrated History,” Friday, August 24, atMore...
Porter to Conclude Summer Author Series
Rounding out Mackinac Island Public Library’s 21st Annual Summer Author Series, Mackinac State Historic Parks Director Phil Porter will discuss his book, “The Soldiers of Fort Mackinac: An Illustrated History,” Friday, August 24, at 4 p.m.
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NewsBeloved Island Horse Blaze Celebrates 30th Birthday At 4-H CookoutBy Marley TuckerDocile, occasionally cheeky, and beloved by the Island equestrian community, Blaze is turning 30 years old this year – so those who know him threw a celebration in his honor at Mackinac Community Equestrian Center
Burt Lake Boat Launch will Close Temporarily for Construction
The project is expected to take roughly five weeks, with an anticipated completion date of Monday, October 15th.
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A Spill From Line 5 Could Cost Tourist Economy $4.3 Billion, FLOW Says | St. Ignace News
Assembling Tuesday, August 7, at Trinity Church on Mackinac Island for a program about the impact of an oil spill in the Straits of Mackinac are (from left) For Love of Water (FLOW) president and foun...
Diver Dies After Exploring Shipwreck; Cause Investigated | St. Ignace News
A man died at Mackinac Straits Health System after a diving accident Sunday, August 12.He was with two other men, another diver and the captain of a boat, diving on the wreck of the Cedarville in the...
Enter to win a Grand Hotel stay on Mackinac Island in September 2018
The winner will receive an overnight stay for two people on Sept. 30. The sweepstakes also includes a five-course dinner and breakfast, free golf greens (cart fees not included), admission to Fort Mackinac, admission to the Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, 25 percent off lunch at any
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BY MARGARET DOUDThis past week, the weather was very hot and humid. Monday, August 6, a cold front passed through and the temperature cooled down. It feels much more like Mackinac weather. The flowers all over the Island are just gorgeous.More...
Acrhaeologists find more signs of the past at Colonial Michilimackinac
MACKINAW CITY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) -- Archaeologists are continuing to dig up signs of the past at a historic marker in northern Michigan.
Former superintendent of Farwell, Rogers City Schools locked-up
Former superintendent of Farwell and Rogers City Area Schools, David O’Bryant, sits behind bars at Shiawassee County Jail for embezzling money from the Rogers City Youth Football Team.
Harbor Springs…Now and Then
There are many things that I wish I had control over; of late, one of those things is the election process. The non-stop ads, be they negative or simply annoying, and the never ending phone calls, either for survey purposes or robo-campaign ads.If i...
UP Art Prize participants show work on Mackinac Island while 'Crossing the Straits''
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. (WLUC) -For dozens of pieces of U.P. art, Mackinac Island has become a stop on the way to Art Prize in Grand Rapids.
Former school superintendent gets jail in youth football embezzlement
Presque Isle Circuit Judge Scott L. Pavlich on Monday, Aug. 13, sentencedDavid W. O'Bryantto 30 days in jail with credit for one day already served. Upon release, O'Bryant is to be on probation for a year.
Own a massive boathouse in Charlevoix on Round Lake for $6.8 million
CHARLEVOIX, Mich. (WXYZ) - If you've ever wanted to own a boathouse up north, now is your change. A massive boathouse, at more than 10,000-square-feet, has hit the market on Round Lake in Charlevoix.