Imlay City trounces Durand

IMLAY CITY — Imlay City swept visiting Durand in a non-league varsity softball doubleheader last Thursday. In the opener, Imlay City claimed a 10-0 win against Durand. That contest lasted five innings. Leah Dawson (two singles and a triple), Isabella Barker (three...

Almont teen shares story of online predator

Targeted ALMONT — After three harrowing days under the control of an online predator, 14-year-old Laura Oliver is safe at home with her parents in Berlin Township. The Almont Middle School student was reported missing Saturday, April 27 by her grandmother, a resident...

Reaching into bag–er–shelf of tricks

It’s an old but useful trick. Well, not a trick, really, as in a deception to fool someone. It’s more like magic. Like a tool. A tool that, for me right now, is in the shape of a crutch. I don’t mind grabbing for the crutch, though, because...

Almont girls second, Capac fifth at meet

TRI-CITY AREA — The Almont and Capac girls’ track teams took second and fifth, respectively, last Friday at the Green Devil Invite in Brown City. When the final scores were posted, Brown City’s 172.5 point total set the pace. They were followed by Almont...

Dryden nets 4-0 win over Brown City

DRYDEN — Dryden registered a 4-0 road triumph against Marlette in a Greater Thumb Conference South Division meeting last Wednesday. With the outcome, Dryden moves to 1-0 versus conference foes. Alexis Schurke led Dryden with a two-goal effort. Ally Sobek and Alissa...

Area schools lead way for student health, wellness

It is outstanding, yet not surprising, that area school districts are prioritizing health and wellness for students as what’s now called ‘the obesity epidemic’ reaches across the globe. According to recent statistics, about one-third of American...