July 29, 2006 RSS feed / News

Blacksmiths To Make Fence for Vet Memorial

This year's project for the 22nd annual Benjamin Blacksmith Convention Saturday, August 5, on Mackinac Island is to begin making a wrought iron fence for the city's war veterans memorial in the city park. More...

Little Traverse Conservancy Guides Mackinac Preservation Efforts

"We're here to help you become more aware of your rights as private property owners," said Thomas Bailey to an attentive audience at the Mackinac Island Yacht Club Friday, June 30. Mr. More...

15 Yachts Participate in Manitoulin Race

Stardust, a 54-foot Willington skippered by Jeff Van Alstine of Ann Arbor, and More...

Tristan Berke

June 27, 2006

Jeffrey and Christine Berke of Kalispell, Montana, announce the birth of their son, Tristan Edward Berke, born June 27, 2006, at Kalispell Regional Hospital. He weighed seven pounds, eight ounces and was 20.25 inches in length at birth. More...

Sherman Fuses Yoga, Pilates in Exercise Classes

Nancy Sherman is teaching a class this summer that mixes the relaxation of yoga with the strong sense of balance and control of Pilates. More...

Civilian Soldiers To Occupy Fort Michilimackinac

Historical reenactors from throughout Michigan will join the 18th century British troop of interpreters already stationed at Colonial Michilimackinac for the annual Campeau's Company Encampment in Mackinaw City Saturday, July 29, through Sunday, July More...

Art Exhibit on Display Thru August

The Mackinac Seven artist group will host a reception for their summer art show Friday, August 4, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Mackinac Island Public Library. More...

Mackinac Island Yacht Club Bridge Results .

In Mackinac Island Yacht Club Bridge League games for the week ending Wednesday, July 26, Jane Burdett placed first, Howard Burdett placed second, and Marcia Dunnigan placed third. More...

Father Jim Williams Appointed to Park Commission

Father Jim Williams, parish priest in St. Ignace and Moran, has been appointed to a seat on the Mackinac Island State Park Commission. No stranger to Mackinac Island, the former Island priest of Ste. More...

Three Islanders Recognized by City for Community Contributions

Nona Tacey, George Wellington, Sr., and Clark Bloswick have been recognized by the City of Mackinac Island for their contributions to the community, each receiving a standing ovation, a resolution, and a plaque during the Mackinac Island City Council More...

For the Record...

The photograph of the three men in the article on the retirement of Paul Allers mistakenly identifies Mr. Allers as being on the far left, but he is standing at far right. The man on the far left is Pat Woods. More...

Golf 'Battle' Day August 5

Wawashkamo Golf Club will host its Battle Day Tournament Saturday, August 5. The event is open to club members and their guests and to Island residents and employees. The format for the event is a two-person scramble. More...

C-SPAN2 Book TV Bus To Tour Downtown St. Ignace July 31

The C-SPAN2 Book TV bus will be at Book World in St. Ignace Monday, July 31, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., as part of its first nationwide tour to promote Book TV's non-fiction book programming. More...

Wawashkamo Mixed Scramble Scores

1st Place ( Score 31): 1. Cub Horn     2. Billy Borst More...

Never A Dull Moment

Fort Team Loses 25-14

Phil Porter leaps into home base for one of Fort Mackinac's More...

Dinner, Auction To Help Kiracofe

A spaghetti dinner, silent auction, and a raffle to raise funds for Adam Kiracofe, who is undergoing treatment for a brain tumor, will be held Monday, August 7, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Community Hall. More...

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