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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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‘Art in the Rough’ to return Sat., Sept. 19

‘Art in the Rough’ to return Sat., Sept. 19

Annual event to meld live music, art from 6-10 in I.C. IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City DDA’s 6th annual Art in the Rough event returns to downtown Imlay City on Saturday, Sept. 19 from 6-10 p.m. To accommodate the various art and music-related activities scheduled for the...

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Teams sought for virtual 10-K event

Teams sought for virtual 10-K event

Four County Foundation offers novel way to help community TRI-CITY AREA — With schools, non-profits and numerous businesses attempting to re-emerge from COVID-19 closures, the Four County Community Foundation continues to offer its assistance. At the outset of the...

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Berlin Twp. eyes 1.5 mill increase for F.D. in Nov.

Berlin Twp. eyes 1.5 mill increase for F.D. in Nov.

Ten-year levy would apply specifically to equipment BERLIN TWP. — On Tuesday, Nov. 3, Berlin Township residents will vote on a 1.5-mill “special assessment” millage proposal for new fire equipment and apparatus. The current authorized amount being levied for the...

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Imlay City Chamber sets Auction date

Chamber fundraiser moves to fairgrounds on Sept. 19th IMLAY CITY — In a departure from tradition, the Imlay City Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting an outdoor “Chamber Auction” on Saturday, Sept. 19 at the Eastern Michigan State Fairgrounds. Auction-related...

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Library will soon offer limited access

Library will soon offer limited access

Ruth Hughes staff will host a soft opening on Aug. 31 IMLAY CITY — The Ruth Hughes District Library in Imlay City is tentatively moving up to the next stage of its reopening process. Unless state-level restrictions change, Director Tracy Aldrich said the Imlay City...

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