The Leelanau Enterprise is one of the county's oldest businesses, chronicling the people, places, and events of Leelanau County for more than 140 years. The Enterprise serves as the voice of Leelanau and the official medium for local government and outlet for the county's four public and seven non-public schools. Residents and visitors also seek the weekly paper as a source of news and views of Michigan's "Little Finger" Peninsula.
The newspaper enjoys a paid circulation of about 8,000. Mail subscribers receive The Enterprise on Thursdays, while it is available at the newsstands throughout the county late Wednesday afternoons.