Deadlines approach for March 10 election

TRI-CITY AREA — The 2020 election year officially kicks off next month when Michigan hosts their Presidential Primary on March 10. This coming Monday, Feb. 24, is the last day to register to vote, other than in-person, with your local municipal clerk. Thanks to new...

Library raises $4,500 during Silent Auction

Pedal police car with ICPD insignias most popular item IMLAY CITY — Dozens of bidders took part in the Feb. 5-12 “Love Your Library” silent auction at the Ruth Hughes Memorial District Library. While the final numbers are being tabulated, Library Director Tracy...

DDA eyes ‘whole town’ renovation from HGTV

Home Town hosts planning to transform an American town   IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is now one of an unknown number of American communities to throw their hats in the ring for an entire “Home Town Makeover,” compliments of...

Community prays for Michaela

Local girl recovering from Feb. 8 accident   IMLAY CITY — Eleven-year-old Michaela Wolford remains in critical condition with injuries she sustained in a Feb. 8 snowmobile accident. In a show of support, a group of classmates, community and family members...

Almont students mimic history at wax museum

Orchard Primary’s 4th-graders portray famous historic figures ALMONT — On Friday, January 31, students in Paulynn Bartlett, Karen Howden and Julie Saintonge’s fourth-grade classes presented the school’s first-ever “Wax Museum” to celebrate the lives of famous...

Imlay’s 150th planners eye grand parade

Imlay City’s ‘Sesquicentennial Committee’ shares 2020 vision IMLAY CITY — Organizers of the 2020 Sesquicentennial Celebration in Imlay City on Aug. 7-9 want to host a parade that will match the excitement and historic significance of the city’s 150th anniversary. To...