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Complaint leads to life of community service

Complaint leads to life of community service

Steve Hoeksema retires after 42 years in township government   IMLAY TWP. — When Steve and Debby Hoeksema decided to build their dream home in their hometown, neither of them dreamed it would lead to a lifetime of service in the township. Such was the case in...

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Vaccine doses authorized for children

Vaccine doses authorized for children

LANSING — To better help fight the omicron variant of COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded the use of bivalent COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 6 months through 5 years. This follows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration amendment...

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Revised zoning ordinance takes effect Wed., Jan. 4

New ordinance designed to regulate marijuana facilities   IMLAY CITY — The City of Imlay City has officially adopted a revised Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map to regulate the use and development of marijuana establishments within the city limits. The revised...

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Harrison Twp. man dies in single-vehicle rollover

Victim was passenger in car that lost control on icy winter road   ST. CLAIR COUNTY — The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office reported that a 47-year-old Harrison Twp. man died in a single-vehicle rollover crash in Brockway Township early Friday morning. The victim...

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Looking back at 2022

Looking back at 2022

IMLAY CITY — In with the new and out with the old, the saying goes. Still, as the clock winds down on 2022, some things remain constant in the Tri-City area, while others march along with Father Time into a new beginning. Twenty-twenty-two, like the years before it,...

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Eagles exemplify spirit of holiday season

Eagles exemplify spirit of holiday season

Aerie, auxiliary & Eagles Riders donate goods, share goodwill for others   IMLAY CITY — On Saturday, Dec. 10, the Imlay City Eagles #4082 aerie, auxiliary and Eagle Riders made a trio of donations to various local causes. The good tidings took place at the...

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Marijuana ordinance a topic of discussion

City clerk-treasurer assigned to address new applications   IMLAY CITY — The city’s voter-approved marijuana ordinance was a topic for discussion at the Dec. 20 city commission meeting. Among those present at the meeting was Imlay City Chamber of Commerce...

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Details emerge in crash involving teen motorists

SCC Sheriff says that 19-year-old female driver had previous DUIs   ST. CLAIR COUNTY — A police investigation reveals that the 19-year-old female driver charged in last Saturday’s (Dec. 17) two-vehicle accident on Capac Rd. in Berlin Twp. had several previous...

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Local entrepreneurs host milk giveaway Dec. 22-24

Local entrepreneurs host milk giveaway Dec. 22-24

Kip Siegler, Rick Guerrero seek to assist families over holidays   TRI-CITY AREA — Most everyone is aware of the health benefits of drinking milk. Even Santa looks forward to a nice cold glass of milk to wash down all the cookies children leave for him. On...

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North Pole night was fabulous

North Pole night was fabulous

Editor’s note: The following was submitted by Dr. Dina Tallis, Imlay City Schools Executive Director-Curriculum and Instruction. IMLAY CITY — On Friday, December 9, Borland and Weston Elementary staff were happy to welcome the return of their annual North Pole Night...

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