I.C. Library, Dairy Queen predict January ‘Blizzard’

Ruth Hughes Library, Imlay City restaurant team up for promo   IMLAY CITY — So how do you prefer your blizzards? In the form of fluffy white precipitation falling from the sky? Or as an ice cream treat with toppings such as cookie pieces, brownies and candies —...

2019: A look back at a year’s worth of headlines

TRI-CITY AREA — The following is a recap of some of the major news stories that appeared on the pages of the Tri-City Times during the past year. January • On Jan. 2, Almont Village Council members surprised community members by approving by a 4-3 vote, a first...

Letters to Santa

Weston Elementary School I wold like to be a raping preasents elf. I want to be named tinsel McJingly. first, I like to rap different coler preasents. Next, I like to do different coler bows. Then it is fun to rap preasents. Last, I am a fast worker. These are the...

City, Township enter new 3-year fire pact

IMLAY CITY — The City of Imlay City and Imlay Township have entered into a new contract to provide fire protection to township residents. The three-year agreement was unanimously (6-0) approved by city commissioners on Tuesday, Dec. 17, and will take effect Jan. 1,...

DNR awards $150,000 for splash pad

  IMLAY CITY  — The City of Imlay City has been awarded a $150,000 grant toward construction of a $364,000 splash pad adjacent to the Alvin Norlin Memorial Pool. The funds for the water feature are being provided through a Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources...

Aubrey sweeps contest

Dryden student shares her vision for peace on earth in Lion’s poster competition   ALMONT/DRYDEN — A 13-year-old Dryden student has won the 2019 Michigan Lions Club Multiple District 11 “Peace Poster Contest.” Aubrey Weber, a 7th grader at Dryden Jr. High School,...