He may reach Carter’s standard

It’s been more than six months since President Biden took office. What has his performance been to date? I would suggest it has been dismal. To his credit he did promote a distribution system that is, for the most part, successful in distribution of the COVID...

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Former teachers congratulate IC

We would like to congratulate Imlay City, our ‘old hometown,’ on its Sesquicentennial Celebration! Unfortunately we are unable to attend the festivities due to a family event. Dick and I lived many happy years on Cheney St. and Lierman Rd. and taught thousands of...

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Thousands join in Dryden search

While we wait for final forensic results, we want to extend our gratitude to the thousands of people that come out to support our search effort for Mr. Mindelli. This was an amazing example of how a community can come together—a search operation like we’ve never...

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Exploited for public entertainment

Driving by the fairgrounds with the windows down and enjoying the breeze, I’m taken in by the swirling lights, the Ferris-wheel cars aloft in the air, the waft of an announcer’s call streaming melodically through my window: “Look at our sea lions, folks! Aren’t they...

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Contribute time to worthy project

The St. Clair County Behavioral Risk Factor Survey (BRFS) began July 12 and we are asking people contacted to please take 20-30 minutes to provide valuable feedback. St. Clair County residents (18 years of age and older) will have the opportunity to give input on...

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Give the bull some peace and get off his back

It’s historic. It’s iconic. It’s a popular pastime that involves roping, steering, wrestling, screaming, holding on for dear life and lots of dirt and dust. Yes, you’ve guessed it—it’s the rodeo! The Lost Nations Rodeo Company is coming to the Eastern Michigan State...

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Aug. 5 meeting to discuss government overreach

Are you tired of federal government overreach? What do you think about government overspending, limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government and term limiting on Congress and other federal officials? The 25% increase in the money supply last year...

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Know what schools are teaching

Do we know what is being taught to our children in school? If you are like me you assume that the children are being taught history and civics similar to the manner that we were taught when we attended school. We learned the basics of civics, how our government worked...

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Alumni Association Scholarships

The Imlay City Schools Alumni Association proudly distributed over $15,000 in scholarships to members of the 2021 ICHS graduating class, which was made possible by the generous donation of so many alumni and supporters. A special thank you is extended to Klerissa...

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A call to respect self

To all of the Lapeer County residents who are proudly displaying their flags with a derogatory term for President Biden, I would like to remind them of the Staple Singers who said, “Respect yourself.../If you don’t respect yourself/Ain’t nobody gonna give a good...

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