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ICS summer learning having a great time

ICS summer learning having a great time

Cosmic putt-putt; under the sea experiences   Editor’s note: The following article was submitted by Dr. Dina Tallis-ICS Executive Director of Curriculum & Instruction.   IMLAY CITY — Summer learning is in full swing at Imlay City Schools and students are...

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Kerbyson to remain as manager

Kerbyson to remain as manager

Contract approved; separation from former manager   ALMONT — Dale Kerbyson will be staying put in Almont. The Almont Village Council approved a contract with current village manager Dale Kerbyson for a period of 12 months, which began on July 1. Kerbyson has been...

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Fair set to roll into town in two weeks

Fair set to roll into town in two weeks

EMSF schedule has something for everyone   IMLAY CITY — The Eastern Michigan State Fair is set to open for business in less than two weeks and is sure to delight visitors of all ages. The fair runs July 23 -27 at the fairgrounds in Imlay City, near the...

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Almont voters face four millage issues

Almont voters face four millage issues

EMS, Veterans and two school bond proposals sought   ALMONT — Voters in the Almont school district will be going to the polls in early August to determine the fate of several matters, including four proposals. Those choosing to vote will consider a request for a...

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Imlay City Planning Commission rejects SLU

Imlay City Planning Commission rejects SLU

Auto Recycle Center project “dead”, owner says   IMLAY CITY — Despite being told the opposite many times over, residents here still referred to a proposed business as a junkyard, not a recycle center. Call it what you wish, but the proposed idea of a new business...

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Gun safety locks available from police

Gun safety locks available from police

MDHHS, MSP remind Michigan families to take advantage   MICHIGAN — As part of National Gun Violence Awareness Month, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and Michigan State Police (MSP) are reminding Michigan families about the...

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Former IC Fire Chief passes

Former IC Fire Chief passes

“He was a friend to everyone; always smiling”   IMLAY CITY — When it came to doing the task at hand, perhaps no one took things more serious than Kip Reaves. The former, long-time Fire Chief of the Imlay City Fire Department passed away last week, after battling...

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Almont okays  village social  district permit

Almont okays village social district permit

Interviews for Police Chief position has been scheduled   ALMONT — The Village of Almont’s social district is getting busier. During the regular meeting of Almont’s Village Council on Tuesday, June 18, council members approved the permit for local business Señor...

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New ICPD officer hired and on duty

New ICPD officer hired and on duty

Paving work continues throughout Imlay City   IMLAY CITY — It didn’t take long for the Imlay City Police Department to find a replacement for a recent retiring officer. At the June 18 city commission meeting, Police Chief Brett Selby informed the board the...

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