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Two-alarm fire damages Almont Twp. home

Two-alarm fire damages Almont Twp. home

GoFundMe established to help family recover losses   ALMONT TWP. — The community is rallying around an Almont Twp. family after their home sustained heavy damage as a result of a fire Saturday evening. The Almont Fire Department responded to the residential...

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Goodland approves road work

Goodland approves road work

Project funds dwindling after giving ok for $90,000   GOODLAND TWP. — Roads were on the minds of those attending the Goodland Twp. meeting June 11— both those who had to navigate the total closure of M-53 just south of the township hall to get to the meeting, as...

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Two-vehicle collision closes M-53

Two-vehicle collision closes M-53

Hectic section of M-53 scene of yet another crash   IMLAY CITY — A section of M-53 in Imlay City continues to be a problem for motorists to safely navigate, as evidenced by a crash this past weekend as the most recent incident. According to the Imlay City Police...

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Work on Elk Lake Creek closes SB M-53

Work on Elk Lake Creek closes SB M-53

Traffic detoured while bridge is replaced by MDOT   GOODLAND TWP. — Construction crews continue working on their improvements to M-53, north of Imlay City. Motorists have been informed by MDOT they will have to tolerate orange cones and barricades for two more...

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Two more fast food businesses for Imlay City

Two more fast food businesses for Imlay City

Arby’s and Kentucky Fried Chicken coming to M-53   IMLAY CITY — Residents and visitors of Imlay City and any other motorists who traverse the M-53 corridor looking for fast food will soon have two more options. Imlay City officials have given approval of site...

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Committee formed to select next PD Chief

Sgt. Repshas serving as Interim Chief   ALMONT — The process to select the new Almont Police Chief is moving along. During the regular meeting of the Almont Village Council on June 4, council members took steps to form an “Interim Police Chief Interview Selection...

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Bond work resumes during summer break

Bond work resumes during summer break

Districts looking for progress on unfinished projects   TRI-CITY AREA — Crews will be busy in three of the four school districts within the Tri-City Times coverage area while a fourth district is hoping voters approve a second try at a multi-million dollar bond...

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Planners question land use

Planners question land use

Automotive Recycle Center says “not a junkyard”   IMLAY CITY — Recycling Center. Junkyard. Call it what you want. The bottom line is there could be a new business coming to town and bringing employment opportunity and revenue with it. The Imlay City Planning...

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Former Almont Sgt. speaks out

Former Almont Sgt. speaks out

Black shares “the real truth”; wins $895,000 lawsuit   Editor’s Note: A story regarding the retirement of former Almont police Chief was published in the May 29th edition of the Tri-City Times. Former Almont Sgt. Laura Black, upon seeing the article, reached out...

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Library Director leaves after 12 years

Library Director leaves after 12 years

Children books and adventures drove her passion   IMLAY CITY — It ended sooner than she wanted, but longtime director Tracy Aldrich said it was time to end her 12-year run as the facility’s Director. “I’ve been a librarian for 30 years and have been the Director...

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