Most of all, it will help the people

A house divided against itself will fall. Together we stand and divided we fall. It’s not a crime to get new ideas. As a business owner in Imlay City I’ve been blessed and one of the best blessings are the people and their love. I want to save our police. It...

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Pike’s post fuels flames of division

In the 25 years I reported on news and events in Imlay City and the surrounding area, I have never encountered a situation like the current controversy regarding the Imlay City Police Department and its future. Never have I seen a police chief, a leader of a local law...

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Local control, public safety at risk

You cannot put a price tag on community safety and community pride. The people of Imlay City are very proud of our police department and of our police officers. To disband our hometown department is an idea that never should have been proposed or given serious...

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Commission’s idea is dangerous

It has come to light that the current city commission for Imlay City is attempting to outsource our police department and contract our safety and the defense of our city to the county sheriff. This is a dangerous idea. The commission has also displayed of lack of...

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Lions thank businesses, fire dept.

The Almont Lions Club would like to thank the following businesses for helping to make our Annual Easter Egg and Candy Hunt an astonishing success: the Meijer Store in Shelby Twp.; L&L Products of Romeo; American Tree, Inc.; Almont Senior Citizens; and Vinckier...

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Work isn’t faster, it just costs more

The earth’s climate change has been here since the beginning of time. However, global warming started with the invention of the light bulb and the automobile. Scientists recognized this, and U.S. companies responded. Who do you think put up all the wind turbine farms...

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MI State Police recruiting seminars

Are you looking for a rewarding career and the opportunity to help people? Are you interested in getting involved with your local community or maybe have the desire to protect kids in cyberspace? Maybe you enjoy solving puzzles and staying active. Would you enjoy...

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Happy to be part of Tri-City Times

I believe it’s extremely important to support our local community in every way possible especially by shopping locally. It keeps our community thriving even in tough times. I also believe in our local newspaper and I appreciate the fact that I can contribute in some...

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All must do their part to beat virus

With the alarming surge in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks, we are left with only a few options in how we can respond: (a) ignore it and take your chances (not advisable), (b) panic and make up our own rules, or (c) follow evidence-based guidance. I hope you are all in...

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LCT gets grant to do Shakespeare

Lapeer Community Theatre (LCT) has been awarded a grant of $3,060 from the State of Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA). This grant will support LCT’s July, 2021 production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, the first production of LCT in...

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