No easy choices

Families share why they’re doing in-person, virtual or homeschool learning for the 2020-21 school year TRI-CITY AREA — Parents all over the state are being asked to make an unusual choice this school year—having to decide how their children will receive an education...

Bowled over: Making a case for reopening

Hideaway Lanes owner helps organize rally at state capitol planned for August 12 TRI-CITY AREA — The Michigan Bowling Proprietors Association will hold a peaceful protest in Lansing on the front lawn of the Capitol building one week from today. Paul Abromaitis, owner...

Voters to choose Almont Twp. trustees

ALMONT TWP. — Township residents will be asked to select four candidates to serve as board trustees on the Republican side of the August 4 ballot. The field of candidates numbers five—Rick Dodge, Randy Eschenburg, Gary Groesbeck, Steven Hoffa and Kimberly Streeter. •...

Evans, Papineau seek supervisor job in Dryden

DRYDEN TWP. — Two Republicans have filed to run for the township’s supervisor seat. Incumbent Tina Papineau is looking for another four-year term and her challenger is Justin Evans. • • • • • Justin Evans is the owner of Dryden Towing and Dumpster Rental, and has...

Three seek Dryden trustee seats

DRYDEN TWP. — Three candidates are vying for two trustee seats on the Dryden Township board. The field includes Carol English and Kim Klobucar, both incumbents, and Brian Hazen. All are Republicans. The top two vote-getters will each earn four-year terms. • • • • •...