Waiting for that apology

Although a jail sentence might not have been practical, some Lapeer County residents might have liked to see former state representative Todd Courser spend a night or two behind bars for the embarrassment he’s caused his former constituents over the past four years....

Condolences in aftermath of tragic accident

Our hearts go out to the family, friends and loved ones of the young Dryden man whose life was cut short in a construction site accident in Imlay City last Thursday. The devastating situation once again shines a spotlight on our firefighters and first responders, who...

One person makes difference for many

An Almont-area woman’s determination to make improvements to a park that is part of the village’s history inspired others to chip in and help. Known only as ‘Sid,’ in the story in this week’s paper, the woman sought no recognition for her role in sprucing up Murphy...

Be prepared with REAL ID

Travelers may not know that a new mandate called ‘REAL ID’ will kick in on October 1, 2020. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson issued the following important reminder that will affect anyone who travels by air as on that date and beyond. From coast to coast, state to...

LCVA marks milestone with salute to veterans

For the past 50 years, the Lapeer County Department of Veterans Affairs has been committed to offering assistance to area veterans and their families. The Department provides services that connect veterans and provide access to federal, state and local benefits which...

Police remind motorists with new campaign

As the Labor Day holiday weekend approaches, local and state law enforcement agencies are reminding motorists not to drink and drive. A three-week holiday weekend enforcement effort is underway. Called the ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ campaign, it runs through...