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Fishtown is a historic fishing village 100 years old. Fishtown was first settled by Native Americans. When white settlers realized what a good fishing port it was, Fishtown developed into a fishing community and settlment. Fishing reached its peak in the 1930s and quickly declined due to overfishing. Although Fishtown is not home to a […]

Shimek awaits WNBA draft

Updated at 3:23 PM Shimek traded to Houston In what is becoming a crazy day for Liz Shimek, the Phoenix Mercury have traded Shimek (18th pick) and Mistie Williams (21st pick) to Houston for the (15th pick) Ann Strother. ==================== Updated at 2:30 PM Phoenix drafts Shimek in 2nd round The Phoenix Mercury drafted Glen […]

Hello world!

This is where Leelanau.com starts anew. For the past 10 years, we’ve brought you news, feature stories, information and photos from Leelanau County and northern Michigan. We’d like to do it for (at least) another 10 years, and we’d like your help. When we started this, the internet was understood by few. Today, all kinds […]

News Archive

This is the news archive. We will probably be changing how this works as we get more comfortable with the new format. Leelanau News for the Week of March 23 – March 29, 2006 Much more news from the Leelanau News Archive for 2000-Mar/2006. Wow … 6 years of online news!

"State of Our Counties" forum

The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that the League of Women Voters of the Grand Traverse Area will host a “State of Our Counties” forum at 4:30 p.m. March 22 at the Traverse Area District Library in Traverse City. Administrators from Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Antrim and Benzie counties will discuss services provided by local governments and […]


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