Youth-only exhibits at fairgrounds extended

IMLAY CITY — In lieu of hosting a traditional fair, the Eastern Michigan State Fair Board has opted to host daily showcases for youth-only exhibitors over the next two weeks at the fairgrounds, starting Saturday, July 25 through Aug. 2. Fair Manager Ian Kempf said the...

City offers manager job to Horton

Lapeer County CFO tops field of three IMLAY CITY — The search for a new city manager has ended as it began—with Imlay City Commissioners offering a contract to longtime Lapeer County Chief Financial Officer Craig Horton. At a July 14 special meeting, commissioners...

City offers manager job to Horton, again

IMLAY CITY — The search for a new city manager has ended as it began—with Imlay City Commissioners offering a contract to longtime Lapeer County Chief Financial Officer Craig Horton. At a July 14 special meeting, commissioners voted (5-2) to allow the city’s personnel...

LCEMS eyes reduced millage rate Aug. 4th

County ambulance service is seeking a 5-year renewal   LAPEER COUNTY — On Tuesday, Aug. 4, Lapeer County residents will be asked to support the renewal of a reduced 0.9 millage rate to fund the Lapeer County EMS ambulance service for the next five years. The...

Pedestrian struck, killed on Van Dyke

IMLAY CITY — A pedestrian was killed early Friday, July 17, when he was struck by a vehicle on northbound M-53 (Van Dyke). Police Chief Scott Pike reported that the victim, a 24 year-old male from Attica, was well-known to Imlay City police, and that it is believed...