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Imlay grad, colleagues give back

Imlay grad, colleagues give back

Realty Executives Main Street Lapeer brokers pay off district’s lunch debt   IMLAY CITY — A group of community-minded real estate agents last week made things a little easier for the Imlay City school district and the students who attend classes there. Realty...

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Outdoor Weekend is here!

Outdoor Weekend is here!

Crowd gathers to watch the action at the ‘Ultimate Air Dogs’ pool at last year’s Woods-N-Water News Outdoor Weekend. Woods-N-Water News hosts 33rd event at Imlay City fairgrounds   IMLAY CITY — Thirty-three years ago the management and staff of Woods-N-Waters News...

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‘Outdoor Weekend’ is a family tradition

‘Outdoor Weekend’ is a family tradition

IMLAY CITY — So what is it that makes the Woods-N-Water News Outdoor Weekend one of Michigan’s most popular late summer family events? For the many regular Outdoor Weekend visitors, it’s just about everything. Whether it’s the more than 250 vendors displaying and...

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Supt. says budget cuts secure future

Supt. says budget cuts secure future

Almont superintendent lauds School Board for its very tough decisions     ALMONT — For the past two years, the Almont Board of Education has been cutting staff and programs  and tweaking operations to recover from a dangerously low fund balance. While the cuts...

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Capac Rd. construction is postponed

Capac Rd. construction is postponed

Revised Sept. 3 start to alleviate Labor Day issues   BERLIN TWP. — The first phase of the $3.6 million Capac Road reconstruction project has been postponed one week until Tuesday, Sept. 3. The original startup date established by the St. Clair Road Commission...

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Butterfly Garden is growing, flourishing

Butterfly Garden is growing, flourishing

Unique setting offers peaceful respite for Imlay City residents     IMLAY CITY — If you find yourself strolling down Third Street in Imlay City with no particular destination and a little time on your hands—make a point of checking out one of the city’s best-kept...

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‘JUMP City’ opens doors in Imlay City

‘JUMP City’ opens doors in Imlay City

New family fun center opens in Belle Valley Plaza     IMLAY CITY — Local children are jumping for joy! Imlay City business owners Anthony and Ina Gavrilovski announced this week that “JUMP City” is officially up and running at the Belle Valley Plaza. Over the...

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No bids result in delay of streetscape

No bids result in delay of streetscape

Almont DDA project will be bid out again in Jan., 2020   ALMONT — The Almont DDA’s proposed downtown streetscape project is being postponed until next year because of an absence of bidders. DDA Director Kim Schall said the $125,770 project was put out for bids in...

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Girl injured in M-53 crash making strides in recovery

Girl injured in M-53 crash making strides in recovery

Police say charges likely for 40-year-old Oxford mom TRI-CITY AREA — The 10 year-old girl, seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash on M-53 last week, is making a steady recovery. The girl, her seven-  year-old sister and 40-year-old mother were all hurt in the...

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Capac Rd.  project to  begin on Sept. 3

Capac Rd. project to begin on Sept. 3

Roadway to close for 35 days, requiring detours UPDATED: The story has been updated to reflect a one week delay in the project’s start date. The road commission originally stated that the work was to begin Monday, August 26. That has now been changed to September 3....

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