February 11, 2005 RSS feed / Columnists

‘Floaters’ in the Eyes Can Have Sudden Onset

Maintaining Your Health on Mackinac

It happens suddenly, and when it does the first time, it can certainly cause great alarm. You begin to see specks, tiny insects, lighted spots, or cobweb-like formations move across your field of vision. More...

Great Gray Owl Leaves Territory To Visit Mackinac Island Nature Notes

By Patricia Martin

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Equestrian Publications Help Beat February Doldrums Horse Ta es

by Candice C. Dunnigan

This is the time of year that many of us look forward to . . . anything, especially mail. More...

News About People On Mackinac Island

By Jeannette Doud

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Frank Fitzgerald, 1955 - 2004

By Frank Straus Frank Fitzgerald, one of the longest-serving historical interpreters in the history of Fort Mackinac, died December 9, 2004. He was 49, and six of his 49 summers were spent at the Fort, including four as lead interpreter. More...

Foreign Workers Part of Mackinac Island Life for 200 Years

A Look at History By Frank Straus Workers

News accounts tell us that Grand Hotel plans to open the Millennium Wing March 1 this year. This unprecedented opening date will offer guests a new Island experience. More...