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TART Trail construction alert!

Thu, May 31, 2007 - By Missy Luyk

A familiar trail bridge will get a makeover in the next few weeks. The former railroad trestle bridge over County Road 633 in Leelanau County will receive major safety improvements for motorists as well as Leelanau Trail users.

NTN Addresses Noque Trail Grooming Concerns

Fri, May 25, 2007 - By Bob Mahaney

In recent months a number of questions have been raised by members of the ski community regarding the Noquemanon Trail Network’s grooming operations. We thought it would be useful to share with you information on our grooming policies and operations.

WSTC Raises Almost $21,000 toward Purchase of Stokely Lodge

Thu, May 24, 2007 - By Ed Steinman

The Washtenaw Ski Touring Club (WSTC) has raised $20,725 in pledges toward the Algoma Highlands Conservancy's effort to purchase Stokely Lodge.

TART offers a solution to rising gas prices

Wed, May 23, 2007 - By Missy Luyk - TART

Gas prices are expected to rise above $3.50 a gallon this summer. TART is offering a solution that will make it possible for you to keep your car in the garage!

Stokely Creek Receives $550K in pledges, needs more

Wed, May 16, 2007 - By Doug Pitt and Steve Holmes

We have received a total of $550,000 in pledges to date. This is a good start, but clearly we still have a way to go before we can feel comfortable about approaching Astina with our commitment to purchase.

Recruiting teams for the Commuter Cup Challenge

Tue, May 15, 2007 - By Missy Luyk

Smart Commute Week is coming up quickly (June 4-8) and we are looking for businesses to sign up for the Commuter Cup Challenge. Sign up a team of co-workers and get involved with Smart Commute Week.

Trail Report Winners of New Steady Ski

Sat, May 12, 2007 - By Mike Muha and Doug Garfield

Here are the current and historical winners of 'The New Steady Ski' by Doug Garfield. Winners are chosen from skiers who have submitted trail reports in a particular month.

Cancer Survivor, 75, Skis to North Pole

Tue, May 8, 2007 - By Meghan Barr

Barbara Hillary completed the trek to the world's northernmost point last month at the age of 75. She is one of the oldest people to reach the North Pole, and is believed to be the first black woman on record to accomplish the feat.

Hanson Hills Announces Summer Activity Program

Mon, May 7, 2007 - By Justin Andre

Hanson Hills has a full summer of events including paddling, running, biking.

Algoma Land Conservancy to Buy Stokely Lodge

Fri, Apr 27, 2007 - By Doug Pitt and Steve Holmes

As most of you know by now the Stokely Lodge has been sold. However the Algoma Highlands Conservancy (which already owns Norm's Cabin and Robertson Cliffs) is looking at a possibility of purchasing the lodge...but it needs help.

Earth Day event, Safe Routes to School & Garfield Trail Summit

Sat, Apr 21, 2007 - By Missy Luyk - TART

I wanted to make you aware of some great activities happening in our community that are related to biking and walking.

Mother Nature Makes Up For A Snowless Christmas With A White Easter

Tue, Apr 10, 2007 - By Pete Edwards

Riess Skrocki of Empire and Keefer Edwards of Glen Arbor canít get enough of a good thing Easter Weekend.

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