Seven Ponds photogs present burning class

Outdoor venue provided setting to test technique IMLAY CITY — If you were in attendance at last Saturday’s Imlay City Chamber of Commerce Auction, you may have had the chance to witness a “burning class” presented by members of the Seven Ponds Nature Center...

Lapeer County Animal Control seeks support

Nov. 3 ballot request would fund agency for five years LAPEER COUNTY — A proposal to approve a 0.20-mill levy to fund Lapeer County Animal Control for five years will appear on the Tues., Nov. 3 election ballot. Two-tenths of a mill is the equivalent of 20 cents for...

COVID case closes Almont H.S.

Supt. says primary and middle schools remain open ALMONT — Almont Schools Supt. Dr. William Kalmar announced Sunday, Sept. 27, that because a student was diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus, Almont High School has been closed for in-person instruction until Monday, Oct....

Archway to be restored

Imlay Township Cemetery’s 150-plus year-old sign now in local workshop IMLAY TWP. — The restoration of a piece of local history is now underway. Last month, the archway at the Imlay Township Cemetery was carefully removed from its supports and transported to Rick...

Help wanted: Area clerks need election workers

  TRI-CITY AREA — In the run up to November’s general election, officials across the country and state say there’s a desperate need for poll workers, but does that same urgency exist locally? Some clerks from the Tri-City area say they’ve got the help they need...

Police lauded for efforts at house fire

Imlay City officer, Lapeer Sheriff deputies tended to Imlay City victims LAPEER — Four police officers who responded to the scene of a fatal February 2019 house fire in Imlay City were honored last week by the Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM) as their...