September 20, 2018 RSS feed / Outdoors

Course record broken in Empire Hill Climb

Ideal day for driving

Empire Hill Climb course record has been broken. Good racing conditions made breaking the course record an easy task for Peter Cunningham. And those conditions were conducive to viewing, too, as the number of spectators was about the same as 2017. More...

Hunters, be careful out there

Firearms hunters headed out this weekend should follow a few guidelines for safety, according to DNR Wildlife Communications Coordinator Katie Keen  “Hunters orange is required for all firearm seasons,” Keen said. More...

Record crowd for Street Fair

“Great food and great entertainment, how can you beat that?”  So asked Don Wilson of Lake Leelanau, who joined family members Saturday in attending the Lake Leelanau Street Fair.  More...

Lakeshore entrance fees waived, workbee planned

It’s your land. More...

Young, disabled hunters ready for early deer season

Deer season will begin Saturday for young and disabled hunters in Leelanau County. That’s “opening day” for the Liberty Hunt, which allows a variety of hunters to use firearms to fill their freezers and cull the county deer herd. More...

All are winners at Heritage Festival

The winner of this year’s Classic Car Show that played a key role in the success of the Leland Heritage Festival was the same as last year’s winner — everybody who participated, according to J.P. More...

Leelanau scenery, roads prove popular

County welcomes bicyclists

A good time was harvested by all.  Members of the Cherry Capital Cycling Club played host to hundreds of fellow bikers on Saturday during the Leelanau Harvest Tour, which attracted peddlers from across the state.  Included was Dan Hanley fr More...

Rowers tackle Cuyahoga in heat

The Lake Leelanau Rowing Club finished near the top of several races held on the Cuyahoga River that were sponsored by the Cleveland Rowing Foundation.  More...