August 13, 2005 RSS feed / News

Power Outage Reported Sun.

Electric power went out at approximately 7 p.m. Sunday, August 7, and was restored at 8 p.m. More...

Mackinac 7 To Host Reception

A group of local artists, the Mackinac 7, will be holding a reception for their annual summer art show at the Mackinac Island Public Library Saturday, August 13, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. More...

Daisy Days Fundraiser August 16

The annual Daisy Days fundraiser will be held Tuesday, August 16, to benefit Mackinac Island Public School More...

Bike Parade at Turtle Park on Sunday, Aug. 14

Residents of Trillium Heights, a subdivision between Harrisonville and Great Turtle Park, are sponsoring More...

Jamaicans Bring Down Rafters With Independence Celebration

The Mexicans were there. The Canadians were there. The Bulgarians, the Romanians, and the Americans were there. And, ladies and gentlemen, the Jamaicans were there. More...

NBC Aired Mackinac on West Coast

Footage originally filmed for a segment of NBC More...

Hunter Pace: The Goal Is To Find the Trail, Maintain Pace

It More...

Island Horse History ‘as Complicated as Geneology, Says Candice Dunnigan

Most people believe that horses and Mackinac Island are practically synonymous, however, many people are not familiar with the history of horses on the Island. More...

MHA Sales Raise $4,000+

Between the Tack Sale, Saturday, July 23, and the Yard Sale, Saturday, July 30, $4,872 was raised for the Mackinac Horsemen More...

Ski Walking Clinic Teaches New, Healthy Exercise

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Scout Troop Marks 85 Years of Service

Boy Scout Troop #194 Alumni Group from Detroit has logged more than 60 years of service at the Mackinac State Historic Parks Scout Service Camp and visited the Island to celebrated the troop More...

2nd Annual Fudge Festival To Feature Stone Skipping Contest, Tours

Sweet Treat Has Own Celebration This Month

Plans are underway for the 2nd annual Fudge Festival August 26 to 28, to celebrate fudge on Mackinac Island. One of the highlights will be a golden ticket contest. More...

New Spa Offers Relaxation, Pampering

Large wicker chairs, dim lighting, granite and dark wood, fragrant smells, and the sounds of trickling water abound at the Lilac Tree Spa, a place where relaxation and pampering are key, said Spa Manager Audrey Moran. More...

Kids Show Off Riding Skills at Island Horse Show

Young horse riders enjoyed themselves and showed off some impressive skills at the 5th Annual Fun & Games Horse Show Sunday, August 7. More...

Rep. Stupak Visits Island

Congressman Bart Stupak (D-Menominee) and his wife, Laurie, who is a Mackinac Island State Park commissioner, stopped by the More...

Jammin’ Raises $4,000

Mackinac Arts Council held its annual More...

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