Imlay City parks reopen to public

City welcomes residents and visitors to use all six parks IMLAY CITY — The city’s parks are again open to the public. Parks & Recreation Chairperson, Kelly Villanueva, reports that the yellow tape that had been installed on children’s playground equipment because...

City offers manager job to Horton

Commission opts to move quickly to fill Youatt’s seat IMLAY CITY — City Commissioners on Thursday (June 4) interviewed and intend to offer the soon-to-be-vacant city manager position to Craig Horton, longtime Lapeer County Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Horton, the...

Bright future ahead for Capac’s Top Ten

  CAPAC — July 26 is the big day for Capac High School graduates. That’s when the Class of 2020 will officially receive their diplomas. Originally, Pomp and Circumstance was due to reverberate through the high school gymnasium on May 18 but, like so many events,...

Historic home incurs major fire damage

  IMLAY CITY — A historic Imlay City residence at the corner of Fourth and Handley streets sustained heavy fire, smoke and water damage in a structure fire Wednesday, June 3. Imlay City firefighters responded sometime around 6:15 p.m. to reports of heavy smoke...

Patriotic parade for WW2 veteran

Family, friends help Donald Dick mark 97th birthday ATTICA TWP. — Drive by birthday celebrations aren’t just for kids these days. On Saturday, family, friends and acquaintances paraded by Donald Dick’s Summers Road home to help the World War II veteran celebrate his...

Polly Ann Trail a big part of Rumley’s legacy

Dryden community servant wore many hats over years DRYDEN — Larry Rumley, a dedicated community servant for both the Village and Township of Dryden, died on Wednesday, May 27, at the age of 74. Because of declining health, Rumley had recently moved with his wife,...