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Help preserve the past

Help preserve the past

Discount cards now available raise funds for historic school   TRI-CITY AREA — Finding ways to save a few bucks here and there has just gotten a whole lot easier for local shoppers. A brand new Imlay City/Almont discount card is now available, offering a variety...

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Semi-truck, car collide at M-53 & Bowers Rd.

A 74-year-old Imlay City man is critically injured in the crash   GOODLAND TWP. — At around 5:19 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17, a personal injury traffic crash involving a car and semi-truck was reported at the intersection of Van Dyke and Bowers Rd. north of Imlay...

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Edwards voted Almont DDA Director

Edwards voted Almont DDA Director

Former Interim is unanimous choice for full-time position   ALMONT — The Almont Downtown Development Authority (DDA)  Board has voted unanimously to offer Angela Edwards the position of full-time DDA Executive Director. Edwards has been serving as Interim DDA...

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Gearing up to support Karina

Gearing up to support Karina

FCRC #65 organizing fundraiser for Imlay girl battling brain tumor   TRI-CITY AREA — Often when people think of motorcycle clubs, they think of big, burly bearded guys and leather-clad gals looking to stir things up. While that may pertain to some groups, one...

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Axiom opens soon in Capac

Axiom opens soon in Capac

Plastic injection firm planning to invest $13.3 million in plant   CAPAC — Following months of vacancy after the departure of Keihin North America, the automotive facility on Koehn Road north of I-69 will be seeing new life when a new tenant opens their doors for...

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DDA wins lawsuit in parking space dispute

DDA wins lawsuit in parking space dispute

Judge’s ruling may bring an end to the impasse   ALMONT — The Almont Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has won its years-long lawsuit to establish ownership of 12 parking spaces in the lot behind the former Lane-Swayze Clinic. It was in January of 2019, that...

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Almont Board to postpone bond proposal

Refined proposal expected to go on the August ballot   ALMONT — The Almont Board of Education has voted to postpone a school bond proposal. On Thursday, the Board delayed the proposal by a 4-3 margin, with Board President Angela Edwards and board members Dallas...

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Ritchey named ‘Citizen of the Year’

Ritchey named ‘Citizen of the Year’

Jaason Bishop, Rebecca Homer earn Merit, Organization of Year   IMLAY CITY/LUM  — The Castle Creek Golf Club was filled to capacity on Saturday, Feb. 4 for the annual Imlay City Area Chamber of Commerce Gala and Dinner-Dance. The event included dinner, followed...

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Marceau honored as Firefighter of Year

Marceau honored as Firefighter of Year

Fire Chief Rick Horton says the honoree goes above, beyond   IMLAY CITY — Fire Chief Rick Horton has named newly-promoted Imlay City Fire Lt. Jeff Marceau as the department’s 2022 “Firefighter of the Year.” A 2003 graduate of Imlay City High School, Marceau has...

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Imlay City student wins national essay contest

Imlay City student wins national essay contest

ICMS 8th grader, Trace Dennis, to compete in Washington, DC   IMLAY CITY — Imlay City Middle School 8th grader Trace Dennis recently competed at the state competition as part of the VFW's Patriot's Pen essay contest. The theme for this year’s essay competition...

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