What’s in store for Imlay City in 2020?

Imlay’s Youatt details plans for the new year The City of Imlay City is looking forward to an exciting and productive 2020! With many projects at different stages at this time, the City will be looking to complete some much needed projects, start some much needed new...

Outstanding in the field

Imlay City’s Norm Tanis honored by vegetable council   IMLAY CITY — For more than four decades, Norm Tanis has been helping local farmers meet the challenges associated with growing crops. The Michigan Vegetable Council sought to honor his dedication to their...

Peltier leaves legacy

Almont Village loses devoted public servant   ALMONT — The community of Almont has lost a devoted public servant with the passing of Gary D. Peltier at his home Sunday, Dec. 29. Peltier, 61, had been a long-serving Almont Village Council member, having been...

Holiday reflections

Imlay City Middle School students Editor’s note: Please enjoy the following holiday-themed submissions from Imlay City Middle School students. Unfortunately, space constraints prevented us from being able to print all of them here but we’ve posted the remainder on our...

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...