Commitment to best local coverage in 2019

As 2018 winds down and the dawning of 2019 draws near, we—along with most other people on the planet—reflect on the past 12 months with a mix of nostalgia, gratitude and even relief. As the stories in these pages have reflected, the Tri-City area is a unique and...

Area nonprofits get boost from BW Nam Knights

Military, law enforcement group makes donations to local causes TRI-CITY AREA — Spreading some holiday spirit and supporting local causes was at the top of the list for the Blue Water Nam Knights MC. The club recently presented three Lapeer County nonprofits with...

Year in review

Stories of triumph, tragedies & marijuana dominate in 2018 TRI-CITY AREA — Triumph, tragedy and everything in between made for a range of news headlines in 2018. What follows is a recap of the major stories that appeared in the pages of the Tri-City Times over the...

Local Chambers to host ‘cyber security’ program

FBI agent the guest speaker at Jan. 10 luncheon in Imlay City TRI-CITY AREA — The Almont and Imlay City Area Chambers of Commerce will team up Thursday, Jan. 10 to host an informational program dedicated to the impact of cyber intrusion on the business community....

Old adage brought to life by colleague

As 2019 approaches, (and the absolute lack of story ideas and news-type-activity has ground to its annual ‘holiday halt,’ I thought I’d take a little trip down memory lane, reliving one of my favorite “learning and growing experiences”...

Imlay grapplers fourth at Canton

Five Spartan wrestlers go undefeated in dual meet tourney IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City wrestling team went 2-3 en route a fourth-place finish last Friday at the Canton Tournament. Imlay City opened their five-match stint with a 54-12 win against an All-Star team...