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Mackinac Island Community Foundation Hosts 22nd Cookout

In the cool shade of Great Turtle Park’s picnic area, more than 20 people gathered for food, fun, and a sense of community at the Mackinac Island Community Foundation’s 22nd annual community cookout Wednesday, June 8.  More...

Line 5 External Inspections Underway

Enbridge Energy has been conducting external inspections of the Line 5 dual petroleum pipeline beneath the Straits of Mackinac this week. The goal is to provide structural integrity data for the company. More...

St. Onge of Mackinac Island Elected to Co-op Board

The election results for the Cloverland Electric Cooperative board of directors are as follows:  More...

New Report Analyzes Local Housing Needs, Opportunities

A new report that analyzes the housing market throughout the Upper Peninsula will provide local municipalities and private developers data and information to fill housing needs. More...

Pipeline Bill Heads to President

Legislation to tighten federal oversight and regulation of fossil fuel pipelines especially in the Great Lakes, has headed to the desk of President Barrack Obama for signature, following unanimous passage in the Senate this week and House of Represen More...

Columnists

Michigan Politics

Democratic Hopefuls Differ on Line 5

The two Democratic contenders seeking to replace retiring 1st District U.S. More...

NEWS ABOUT PEOPLE ON MACKINAC ISLAND

The weather was picture perfect and crowds filled Mackinac Island for the 68th Lilac Parade that was held Sunday, June 12. The lilacs all over the Island were in full bloom and the fragrance filled the air. More...

HORSE TALES

From Fly Predators, to Duct Tape and Free Memberships

In my opinion, while most people on Mackinac Island do not live in an equine culture, some of us still do while on the Island. Taking care of horses here is part of the rhythm of life.  More...

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