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Feast at Fairgrounds

Feast at Fairgrounds

Enjoy traditional fair cuisine over weekend, Sept. 18-20 IMLAY CITY — If you regret having missed out on your share of fair food this summer because the 2020 Eastern Michigan State Fair was scaled down due to the coronavirus, never fear. To accommodate the appetites...

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Moratorium approved in Dryden Twp.

Board wants to address marijuana growing issues DRYDEN TWP. — At their Sept. 8 meeting the township board approved a marijuana moratorium with a 4-1 vote. Supervisor Tina Papineau said there’s concern about the number of individuals looking to move to Dryden Twp. in...

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Capac Schools: 25% of  students opt to go virtual

Capac Schools: 25% of students opt to go virtual

  CAPAC — About one-quarter of Capac Community School’s student population has opted to enroll in virtual learning for the fall semester. “We have over 200 students enrolled in CVEP (Capac Virtual Education Program) this year. That is just over double what we...

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City eyes renewal  for street millage

City eyes renewal for street millage

Six-year levy proposal to appear on Nov. 3 ballot IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City Commission has decided to seek a six-year 2.462-mill renewal of its millage for street and sidewalk improvements. The renewal would run from 2021-2026 inclusive, with all money collected to...

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Council approves new look for water tower

Council approves new look for water tower

  ALMONT — The village’s water tower will be receiving a new look. The water tower, painted with the apple tree logo in 2008, will be changed. The tree will be removed and “Almont” will be lettered in the Old English-style and be orange and black in color. At...

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Imlay City moving ahead with splash pad

Imlay City moving ahead with splash pad

Construction is slated to begin soon for spring 2021 opening IMLAY CITY — Looking ahead and hopefully past COVID-19 concerns, city commissioners on Tuesday, Sept. 1, agreed to move forward with plans to construct a splash pad adjacent to the Al Norlin Memorial Pool....

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Preparing for virtual heart walk

Preparing for virtual heart walk

Attica, Dryden families help raise funds for congenital defect research TRI-CITY AREA — The Children’s Heart Foundation hosts a walk in the Metro-Detroit area each September to fund research for congenital heart defects. The organization has chosen to move forward...

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Realtors report sales boom

Realtors report sales boom

Local market unable to keep up with the growing demand TRI-CITY AREA — Despite being in the midst of a pandemic, area realtors are experiencing nearly unparalleled numbers of clients wanting to buy and sell homes and properties in the Tri-City area. The simultaneous...

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Who ever thought?

Who ever thought?

Covid-19 forces cancellation of Woods-N-Water News Outdoor Weekend Who ever thought? We didn't think it would happen, but it did. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to challenge our world and, unfortunately, prohibits us from holding the Woods-N-Water News...

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