Cadillac Library Summer Reading

Fall Back in Love with Reading at the Cadillac Library

The Cadillac Public Library is determined to reignite the passion for reading in adults this summer by hosting an Adult Reading Challenge each month. Abigail Blackrick has the details to this contest and prizes up for grabs!

Cross In The Woods

Northern Michigan: Home to the World’s Largest Crucifix

Cross in the Woods, in Indian River, is home to the world’s largest crucifix. The best part? This breathtaking shrine is open all day every day to visitors. Reporter Abigail Blackrick has all the details.

Fortin Bottle Collection

Extensive Bottle Collection In Northern Michigan

John Kilcherman has gathered one of the largest collections of soft drink bottles around. Dave Fortin brings you inside his collection to learn how it all started.

Manna Food Project

Operating the Manna Food Project

The Manna Food Project has been providing Northern Michigan with food and fellowship since it was started in 1987. Abigail Blackrick has a behind the scenes look at this organization.

Cadillac Arts Council Plans

Big Plans for Art in Cadillac

Since its fruition more than 40 years ago, the Cadillac Arts Council has striven to keep art alive in the local community. Reporter Abigail Blackrick learns what they have up their sleeve for the future.

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UPDATE: Speed a Factor in Accident That Shut Down Mitchell Street

North Mitchell Street in Cadillac was briefly closed down early this evening after a car accident knocked over a utility pole. The accident happened just after 6pm in front of the Family Dollar store in downtown Cadillac. Police on-scene told MI News 26 a 24-year-old Cadillac woman was driving northbound on North Mitchell Street when […]

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Man Arrested in Grand Traverse County for Allegedly Forging Prescriptions

A Frankfort man was arrested after allegedly forging prescriptions. According to the Grand Traverse County Sheriff’s Office, the 41-year-old was caught while trying to buy narcotics from a local pharmacy. The clerk at the pharmacy questioned the prescription and contacted police. The man was arrested for forging prescriptions and could face up to four years […]

Leelanau Sheriff

Leelanau County Man Arrested for Drunk Driving After Turning Self In

A Leelanau County man was arrested Thursday morning after driving himself to the courthouse while drunk. According to the Leelanau County Sheriff’s Office, the 58-year-old Elmwood Township man had turned himself into the Leelanau County Jail on an assault charge. The man had earlier driven to the courthouse to turn himself in and was ordered […]

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Man Arrested For Breaking into Montmorency County Home

Officers in Montmorency County arrested a man who they say broke into a home in Hillman Township. Deputies from the sheriff’s office were called to the home on Carrier Road shortly before 10:30 on the night of June 12th. There, deputies say they found a highly intoxicated 29-year-old man from Hillman.  The man had apparently […]

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New Law Creates Public Threat Alert System

Michigan residents can now receive alerts regarding serious public safety emergencies, under legislation signed this week by Governor Snyder. Senate Bill 976 and House Bills 5442 and 5567 establish a Public Threat Alert System that would rapidly disseminate information about emergencies to radio, television stations and cell phones. The bills were drafted in response to […]

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Over a Thousand Photos Showcasing History of Soo Locks to be Put Online by CMU Library

The Soo Locks are considered one the world’s largest waterway traffic systems.  Not only do an estimated 1 million people visit the locks every year – but an estimated 7000 ships pass through them annually. The first lock was completed in 1855 – opening the gates to commercial shipping through the Great Lakes and the […]