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Thankful in Dryden

Thankful in Dryden

Jr./Sr. High students, staff share gratitude   Editor’s note: The staff of the Dryden Red and Black student newspaper asked junior/senior high students and staff to share what they were grateful for. The following was originally printed in the Nov. 15 edition of...

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Solar company proceeding with plans in Goodland Twp.

Solar company proceeding with plans in Goodland Twp.

Orion hopes to submit applications in early 2022 for 100 megawatt project   GOODLAND TWP. — The California-based company hoping to build a solar energy facility plans to start submitting the necessary paperwork with Goodland Township in early 2022. Last month,...

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‘Take a coat, leave a coat’ at Ruth Hughes

‘Take a coat, leave a coat’ at Ruth Hughes

Library staff now accepting clean, durable winter coats   IMLAY CITY — Are you feeling the chill? Could you use a nice warm coat to ward off the coming wintry weather? If so, Ruth Hughes Memorial District Library is now accepting donations of clean, gently-used...

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Almont/Dryden Masons give back to community

Almont/Dryden Masons give back to community

Donations made in support of Almont, Dryden pantries   ALMONT/DRYDEN — The generosity of the Almont/Dryden Masonic Lodge #51 F.&A.M. has been on full display, with the arrival of another holiday season. On November 3, the Almont/Dryden Masons presented a...

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Couple escapes from house fire

ICFD is assisted at the scene by neighboring departments   IMLAY CITY — Two residents escaped with their lives Sunday (Nov. 14) evening, when a fire broke out in their home on Doran Road. Imlay City Asst. Fire Chief Matt Makedonsky said firefighters were...

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From Capac to our nation’s capital

From Capac to our nation’s capital

Students see historic sights in D.C. area   CAPAC — May 2020 is when a group of Capac students were originally scheduled to board a bus and head to the nation’s capital. Due to the pandemic that memorable trip was delayed 17 months but students finally got their...

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Foundation eyes property to build new family home

Foundation eyes property to build new family home

Four County Community wants to purchase and develop vacant lot   IMLAY CITY — The Four County Community Foundation (4CCF) is seeking to purchase a piece of property at 250 P.O.&N Street for the purpose of building a new family home. The vacant lot is...

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Kingsbrook, Almont agree to new payment plan

Park’s new controller attends Nov. meeting   ALMONT — The Village of Almont held their regular council meeting on November 2 and representatives from Kingsbrook Estates Mobile Home Park were in attendance to discuss Kingbrook’s past due water bill. The mobile...

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Mental health the focus of program

Mental health the focus of program

Teens urged to connect, advocate, respond and encourage their peers     IMLAY CITY — The Spartan Volleyball team kicked off Imlay City High School’s new I C.A.R.E. program with their Mental Health Awareness Event on Saturday, October 30. The volleyball...

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