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Attica residents to vote on fire millage

Attica residents to vote on fire millage

One mill equipment request will appear on Nov. 8 ballot   ATTICA TWP. — On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Attica Township residents will be asked to support a 1-mill ballot proposal to fund equipment needs for the Attica Township Fire Department (Attica Fire & Rescue) for...

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From Capac to Cannes

From Capac to Cannes

Local teachers, students explore history, art and cuisine in England and France   CAPAC — It was a trip more than two years in the waiting but in June 2022 a group of Capac Community School students and teachers and their guests boarded a plane and spent 10 days...

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Going gold for childhood cancer

Going gold for childhood cancer

Youth football, cheer program raises funds for family   ALMONT — Almont Youth Football and Cheer took to the field on September 17 to raise awareness and funds for a local family impacted by cancer. The program added the “Gold Out” game to this year’s schedule...

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Package tracking scam making waves

Package tracking scam making waves

TRI-CITY AREA — Receiving package through the mail can often be an exciting prospect. Whether it’s a gift or something ordered online, most people look forward to the delivery. Lately, many area residents have received emails or text messages indicating that a package...

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Classic cars converge on Capac this Sunday

Classic cars converge on Capac this Sunday

CAPAC — Downtown Capac will be the destination for classic car enthusiasts this Sunday, Sept. 25. That’s when the 2022 Scholz Autofest, marking its 28th year, will draw vintage vehicle owners and admirers. Hours for the car and truck show are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Event...

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City continues testing water

City continues testing water

Scope of flushing process pushes normal operations date for GLWA line into October   IMLAY CITY — Out of an abundance of caution, the State of Michigan is continuing to provide water filters to Imlay City residents still concerned about the quality of the city’s...

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Charges issued in massage parlor raid

Charges issued in massage parlor raid

Couple faces multiple counts for operating house of prostitution   IMLAY CITY — An Imlay City couple has been arrested and charged with operating a criminal enterprise and house of prostitution. Imlay City Police Chief Brett Selby reported Thursday that Imlay...

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Council approves tax exemption for Axiom

Council approves tax exemption for Axiom

Injection molding company pledges investment, plans to start hiring in 2023   CAPAC — At their Monday night meeting, the village council voted unanimously to approve a tax abatement for Axiom Engineered Systems, the soon-to-be occupants of the former Keihin...

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Thousands celebrate outdoors

Thousands celebrate outdoors

From wildlife to wigwams, ‘Weekend’ wows visitors   IMLAY CITY — Another Woods-N-Water News Outdoor Weekend is in the books. Sizeable crowds turned out for the three day event at the Eastern Michigan State Fairgrounds. Sunday marked the first time Marlette...

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