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State Leaders Gather on Island To Discuss Problems, Solutions

"The old solutions aren't going to work," said Governor Jennifer Granholm, speaking about the state of the economy at the Mackinac Policy Conference last week at Grand Hotel. "Let's stop looking in the rearview mirror, let's look forward," More...

Scavenger Hunts Teach Island History

Student groups paying a visit to Mackinac Island are benefiting from a strategy designed to help them experience all the Island's charms: Scavenger hunts. More...

Island Food Industry Attends 'Serve Safe' Lessons

Two food handling classes were held Sunday, June 4, and Monday, June 5, through ServSafe, a program that educates food industry workers. More...

Church To Host Men's Breakfast

Little Stone Church will be hosting a Men's Breakfast beginning June 15, every Thursday at 8 a.m. at the Mackinac Island Yacht Club. More...

Musser Annex Cottage Is Site for Williams Celebration June 24

A tour of Cerulean Sky, the Marlee and Dan Musser cottage in Hubbard's Annex, will be enjoyed by Mackinac Associates members Saturday, June 24. The cocktail reception and tour is scheduled for 6 p.m. More...

Cameron Takes Viewers 'Above' Manoogian Exhibit

Aerial Photographs Are Work of Jane Manoogian's Father

Looking at the world from above, Robert Cameron's aerial photographs give new dimension to the walls of Grand Hotel's Grand Gallery, Theatre, and dining room, and a special reception was held Sunday, June 4, to celebrate his work. More...

Beech Tree Disease Spreads in EUP

The last medium-sized beech tree in the South Manistique Lake State Forest Campground came crashing down at approximately 2 p.m. More...

A Night at Michilimackinac: Island Students Learn, Live History

From Tuesday, May 30, to Wednesday, May 31, Mackinac Island Public School students in grades four through six spent 18 hours exploring life in the 1770s at Colonial Michili-mackinac in Mackinaw City. More...

Mackinaw City Energy Conference Draws 90 Participants

Attendees say they want more solar, wind, and geothermal vendors at future conferences

Mackinaw City's Energy Conference drew 90 representatives from school districts and villages, counties, and cities from northern lower Michigan and the Upper Peninsula Thursday, May 18. More...

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