Latest on evolving water situation

On Friday, August 26, the transitional process had begun to re-integrate Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) water into our Imlay City water lines by repressurizing a new feed line from an alternate source for GLWA water. This was accomplished only after testing and...

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Society’s fundraiser is successful

The Imlay City Historical Museum wishes to thank the many volunteers who contributed to making the 2022 Summer Fest fundraiser a success, especially the Deming Family. A special thanks goes to Dr. Noffert for his sponsorship of advertising. With the help of these...

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Steps taken to ensure water safety

Imlay City purchases water from the Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA). As you’ve no doubt heard on the news, GLWA has experienced a water main break in the 10-foot supply line from Lake Huron. When the GLWA water main broke on the morning of Saturday, August 13, the...

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Student wins Lions contest again

In 1988, Lions Clubs International created the Peace Poster Contest to give young people the opportunity to creatively express their feelings for world peace and to share their visions for the world. Approximately 600,000 children from 75 countries participate in the...

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Amendments are broad, powerful

Regarding Michigan’s 1931 abortion law, Gov. Whitmer seems to be able to say to Michigan courts “jump” and they say “how high?” She persuaded Court of Claims Judge Gleicher to do her bidding and block the 1931 law. Then the Michigan Court of Appeals decreed local...

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Not too late to improve well-being

Do you think it is too late to take control of your health? Think again! This month the Thumb Community Health Partnership (TCHP) is recognizing Healthy Aging Month. We’re providing inspiration and practical ideas. It’s never too late for adults to improve their...

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Does the fair have trained inspectors?

In regard to Ian Kempf’s response to Bernie Hillman’s August 3 letter to the editor about the Hernandez food truck that apparently didn’t meet fair standards, Mr. Kempf writes about fire safety, electrical, food safety and overall maintenance. Aren’t those the things...

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A recap of Capac alumni reunion fun

On June 26, Capac High School held their annual School Reunion for anyone that has graduated from Capac High School at the Holly Meadows Golf Course. Sixty alumni were in attendance along with 11 guests for the buffet meal that was enjoyed by all. Sadly we lost 26...

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Attica Days recap, with thanks

Attica had the best of everything at the 2022 Attica Days Festival. The weather was beautiful and the vendors were many, thanks to Diana Weingartz and co-workers Michelle Lewz and Heather Sweet. Thanks to Tracy Aldrich, along with Lisa Cox, the kids tent was awesome...

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Q&A about food truck decision

Did the fair board get uppity and start looking down its collective noses towards a particular longtime vendor because its food trailer doesn’t meet the aesthetics, that is to say it isn’t fancy enough for the current regime? I’m speaking of the buzz around Imlay City...

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