Bond proposal coming for IC schools

I would like the public to be aware of the bond proposal on the upcoming ballot for Imlay City Schools. Passing this bond is of the utmost importance. Without increasing taxes, we can make our schools safer for our children! In this day and age, it is important to...

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Bond questions asked and answered

 “Safer, Smarter Stronger! Facility needs, student safety, improved learning environments, additional classrooms for Weston Elementary and a 500 seat auditorium—all with no tax rate increase!” There are a lot of catchy words with little details in Imlay City Schools’...

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Park board appreciative and grateful

The Almont Community Parks “Music in the Park Concert Series 2019” was a success again this year. This year the Board started their concerts in July, after the holiday, instead of June. Approximately a total of 1,300 people attended all seven concerts which were fully...

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WATCH D.O.G.S. second year in Imlay

Recently, both Borland Elementary and Weston Elementary schools in Imlay City hosted WATCH D.O.G.S. Kick-Off events. This will be the second year of this amazing program at both buildings. This program is one of the nation’s largest and most respected school-based...

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Minolli thankful for amazing send-off

A huge heartfelt thank you to the Tri-City Times family and community for the amazing send-off on September 19th. I was deeply moved by the cards, gifts, and well-wishes, and by those who stopped in at the Open House to say farewell. It was so much more than I...

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IC Chamber seeks teams for Chili Open

The Imlay City Chamber Chili Open will be Saturday, October 5 at 10 a.m. at Castle Creek. We’re currently looking for teams of four, and with the chance to win a 2019 Chevy Malibu, sponsored by Milnes Chevrolet. Also, we’re looking for hole sponsors. Each hole is $100...

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Imlay art student wins Service Award

On September 5, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Community Service Commission announced 43 winners of the 2019 Governor’s Service Awards. The winners included individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations. They were selected for their commitment to...

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Woman saves father’s life after CPR class

A big thank you to our daughter Jean for saving her father’s life! We were in our living room, talking about her daughter’s (our granddaughter’s) wedding when all of a sudden Howard had a medical emergency. Jean sprang into action. She put him on the floor and started...

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Storytime for preschoolers at Goodland

It’s that time of the year again! Story Time will resume at the Goodland Township Library on Friday, September 20 at 10:30 a.m. Research has shown that children who are read to become good readers and learners. The more adults who model reading to them, the more the...

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Support for 45 cent gas tax to fix roads

This is in response to the column titled ‘Misinformation from the Governor’s office’ written by Gary Howell, published in last week’s Tri-City Times. Oh Gary, Gary, Gary. Republicans had power for eight years. So how are the roads? You had your opportunity to fix the...

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