The Week’s News
The top story was news that the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore will again attempt to address their Management Plan. Planning workshops are scheduled for June 20 and 21 at Traverse City West High School.
Other stories included the Suttons Bay girls soccer team falling in the state semifinals to Hudsonville 5-1 (and Glen Lake baseball and St. Marys softball losing in regionals) and news that the Leelanau Conservancy has closed on the purchase of the 145-acre Louis DeYoung farmstead. There was also a great photo feature on South Manitou Island by Lars Jensen that you really should check out.
The Week’s Weather
After a run of warmer than normal weather, we were a bit cooler than average over the last week.
June 8, 2006: Mostly sunny & 70s (77Ëš/57Ëš)
June 9, 2006: Mostly sunny & 60 (61Ëš/51Ëš)
June 10, 2006: Sunny & mid 60s (66Ëš/45Ëš)
June 11, 2006: Mostly sunny & 60s (64Ëš/39Ëš)
June 12, 2006: Mostly sunny & low 60s (64Ëš/50Ëš)
June 13, 2006: Partly sunny & upper 60s (70Ëš/44Ëš)
June 14, 2006: Mostly sunny & low 70s (75Ëš/46Ëš)
Click for the Leelanau news archive from June 9th – June 15th, 2005!