Bond will address repairs, safety, more

On Tuesday, November 5, residents in the Imlay City School district will have an opportunity to vote to improve our schools with approval of a $36.8 million bond proposal. With voter approval, there will be no increase in the tax rate. The bond proposal will address...

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Support in face of multiple tragedies

The ten worst days in our lives turned out to be the most treasured days as we look back. Three unexpected sucker punches took us down one at a time but we got back up with the love and prayers from thousands! It started on Tuesday, September 24. My husband, Steve...

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Wanted: Autograph donations for 4-H

In preparation for our Friday, April 17, 2020 annual Celebrity Autographed Items Auction, the Lapeer County 4-H Youth Program is seeking donations from the public of autographs of famous people. Donations can be from all types of well known people on any type of item,...

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A lot of rhetoric but no viable solutions

After recent mass shootings, all we hear is, “We have to stop this. All firearms must be confiscated. All military-style firearms must be outlawed!” There is a lot of rhetoric but no viable solutions and, in some cases, there’s opposition to proposals that might...

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Art in the Rough had great music and art

We write in regard to the Art in the Rough event this past Saturday. The music was outstanding. We also really enjoyed seeing all of the great art and being able to talk to the artists about their work. Thank you Imlay City Downtown Development Authority and Lorrelei...

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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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