High radon levels can be treated

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has declared January 2020 to be Radon Action Month in Michigan, and she is encouraging all state residents to learn more about this environmental hazard and test their homes during the heating season. You cannot see, smell or taste radon, and...

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Searching for answers and truth

This letter is in reference to Paula Parisot’s column “Seeing it for yourself,” in the January 1 edition of the Tri-City Times. She talked about searching for answers. She wanted a psychic to give her an explanation but I think a psychic might be a little hard to...

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Education options aren’t equal

Are our schools following the constitutional requirement of providing an equal education to all children? When specifically referring to children who live in poverty, the answer is no, they are not. In addition to public schools, options such as private and charter...

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Help Fostering Futures on tax returns

With the 2019 tax year ending, the Michigan Department of Treasury is asking Michiganders to consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Fostering Futures Scholarship Trust Fund. Donations made to the Fostering Futures Scholarship Trust Fund provide...

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Need nominations for service awards

The Michigan Community Service Commission is pleased to announce that nominations are being sought for the 2020 Governor’s Service Awards. The Governor’s Service Awards are given annually by the governor to individuals, organizations and businesses to acknowledge...

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Thanks for Holly Day Light Parade help

The Almont Downtown Development Authority wishes to extend our sincere appreciation for all the businesses, organizations and individuals who helped to make our 22nd Annual Holly Day Light Parade a success. It was a beautiful evening for all to enjoy. With 29 parade...

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Flu activity increasing across the state

The St. Clair County Health Department is recommending residents get their flu vaccination. Michigan has already reached regional levels of reported flu activity. The CDC reports that flu activity is greatly increasing around the country. Most flu activity is being...

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Bissett family thankful

We would like to thank the Goodland Township Fire Department, Bill and Virginia Ankley and the people of Goodland Township and surrounding area that supported the benefit for our dad, brother and uncle. —The family of Greg Bissett

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ICHS gets into a positive holiday spirit

Imlay City High School Student Council is helping the entire school get into the holiday spirit! On the final day of school, before the Thanksgiving holiday, students stayed after school and decorated lockers with individualized positive messages, hung garland, and...

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DDA, Chamber thank event sponsors

Wow! The 2019 Winter Playground event was a fabulous start to the holiday season here in Imlay City. On December 7 our gracious downtown businesses hosted hundreds of guests for a fun night of crafts for children and adults alike, face painting booths, several warming...

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