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34th Auto Show Hits Town

Spectators Stroll State Street Saturday

This story contains a video People and gleaming automobiles filled the streets of St. Ignace Thursday, June 25, through Saturday, June 27, for the 34th Annual St. Ignace Car Show.

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Royce Rolls With Top Award

Tom Tuls of Holland Wins Best of Show at Antiques on the Bay

This story contains a video About nine years ago, classic car collector Tom Tuls took a chance and bought a rickety 1927 Rolls Royce Phantom I four-door convertible that was not in drivable condition. He had the goal of restoring the once-luxurious car to show condition and displaying it around the state, but it needed a lot of work.

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Touring Pilots Swoop Into Airport in Vintage DC-3

This story contains a video Employees at the Mackinac County Airport received a surprise call the night of Tuesday, May 26, from a group of traveling pilots hoping to land a vintage DC-3 airplane. After landing, the group introduced themselves as eight pilots from the United States, Canada, and England, and Russ Niles, the editorin chief of AVWeb.

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Touring Pilots Swoop Into Airport in Vintage DC-3

This story contains a video Employees at the Mackinac County Airport received a surprise call the night of Tuesday, May 26, from a group of traveling pilots hoping to land a vintage DC-3 airplane. After landing, the group introduced themselves as eight pilots from the United States, Canada, and England, and Russ Niles, the editorin chief of AVWeb.

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Cedarville Limestone Quarry Completes $14 Million Rebuild

Regional Trends - Industry

This story contains a video A story in The St. Ignace News' ongoing series bringing our readers fresh perspectives on the top issues facing the Straits area and the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Over the past two years, the Carmeuse Lime and Stone quarry in Cedarville completed a major rebuild of its entire facility to introduce new technology and replace aging equipment.

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Launching Biggest Ferries for Season Comes Down to a Matter of Inches

This story contains a video Boat-lift operator Rudy Hennekes has little room for maneuvering and no room for error. He operates the boat-lift owned by Arnold Transit Company and only has a few inches of play on each side of the ferry company's three catamarans when putting them into the water each spring.

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Sign of Spring: Ferry Travel Resumes to Mackinac Island

This story contains a video Arnold Transit Company resumed ferry service between St. Ignace and Mackinac Island for the first time since January, making the first trip of the season with the Huron Tuesday, March 31. The Huron's last run was January 4.

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St. Ignace School's Night of Jazz, Pop, and Steel Raises $4,000 for Music Department

Hundreds Enjoy Performances by Student Musicians

This story contains a video Decorated tables, musician spotlights, and a variety of music and dance performances provided an entertaining social atmosphere for about 450 people who enjoyed a "Night of Jazz, Pop, and Steel" presented by the St. Ignace Area Schools music department Saturday, March 21, at Kewadin Casino in St. Ignace.

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Local Artist Finds Inspiration in Isolation

St. Ignace Man Builds His Own Painting Studio in Hessel

This story contains a video An artist who moved here from the city has found that the soothing colors of the lake and forest and the peace and solitude of the Eastern Upper Peninsula have allowed him to focus all of his energy on his work.

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Sled Racers'Get Ready for Power'

This story contains a video Standing at the top of the sledding hill at St. Ignace Area Schools, classmates strategized on moves needed to win the downhill distance race with their classroom sleds made of cardboard and duct tape. On the other side of the hill, dubbed "Mt.

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