May 13, 2005 RSS feed / Columnists

Putting Michigan Judges on the Bench

Michigan Politics By

It might be time for some deal cutting in Lansing on the issue of ballot propositions. Some ideas from the only Michigan Supreme Court justice from northern Michigan could be part of the mix. More...

Michigan Central RR Carried Passengers From Detroit to Straits

A Look at History Railroads Come to Mackinac

During the "golden age" of American railroads, three lines served the Straits of Mackinac. From the Upper Peninsula, the Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic (DSS & A) tracks served St. Ignace. More...

News About People On Mackinac Island

After a long winter More...

Times Have Changed Since Original Earth Day Nature Notes By

Patricia Martin

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Accommodations: Where Do the Horses Go at Night?

Horse Tales by Candice C. Dunnigan

Space on Mackinac Island has always been limited. Seasonal employees understand this all too well. The same applies to our equine population. The horses have always been the backbone of our workforce. More...

Looking Back

April 25, 1891 The steamer Gazelle broke the ice up to Jamieson's dock on Wednesday. About 75 horses arrived in the city last Saturday, from different camps in this vicinity. The question of an electric light plant for St. More...

Quality of Life Is Concern as Population Grows Older

Maintaining Your Health on Mackinac

Americans are now living longer than ever before. In fact, 34 million Americans are aged 65 years or older today - that is 1 in 8. Survival statistics continue to climb. More...