Local lifesaver honored

Imlay City’s Chris Keller and mentor Sgt. Joe Nesbit get recognition from state officials   LAPEER — From a young age, Chris Keller knew he wanted to be a police officer. Now, before he even enters the police academy, the 2016 Imlay City graduate is accumulating...

Kalmar denouces allegations in media

Almont Schools Supt. says facts do not support claims of racism   ALMONT — Almont Schools Supt. Dr. William Kalmar is responding strongly to a myriad of media attacks against Almont Schools, the Almont football team, fans and Almont residents in the aftermath of...

Help support Dryden firefighters at benefits

DRYDEN — In August, Dryden volunteer firefighter and medical first responder, Ralph Starke was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. His diagnosis was followed by an extensive surgery to remove the cancer. Fellow first responder Jim Napolitano shared how incredible Ralph...

Ring in the holidays Saturday

Find Christmas season fun at events around the Tri-City area Winter Playground IMLAY CITY — The Christmas holiday season returns to downtown Imlay City on Saturday, Dec. 7, when the Imlay City DDA and Chamber of Commerce co-sponsor the 2019 Winter Playground. From 5-8...

Keep on vlogging

Kip Siegler grows YouTube audience, sharing dairy farm facts plus life’s special moments IMLAY TWP. — Challenges abound on the farm, and farmer/vlogger Kip Siegler has discovered he’s not immune to challenges behind the camera either. But despite those bumps in the...

Full house hears development plan

Local developers want to build 200 homes on M-53 in township ALMONT — The Almont Municipal Building was filled to near capacity Thursday, November 21 for a joint meeting of Almont Village and Township officials. All were there to hear preliminary plans for a proposed...