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Peltier leaves legacy

Peltier leaves legacy

Almont Village loses devoted public servant   ALMONT — The community of Almont has lost a devoted public servant with the passing of Gary D. Peltier at his home Sunday, Dec. 29. Peltier, 61, had been a long-serving Almont Village Council member, having been...

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Holiday reflections

Imlay City Middle School students Editor’s note: Please enjoy the following holiday-themed submissions from Imlay City Middle School students. Unfortunately, space constraints prevented us from being able to print all of them here but we’ve posted the remainder on our...

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2019:  A look back at a year’s worth of headlines

2019: A look back at a year’s worth of headlines

TRI-CITY AREA — The following is a recap of some of the major news stories that appeared on the pages of the Tri-City Times during the past year. January • On Jan. 2, Almont Village Council members surprised community members by approving by a 4-3 vote, a first...

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Letters to Santa

Weston Elementary School I wold like to be a raping preasents elf. I want to be named tinsel McJingly. first, I like to rap different coler preasents. Next, I like to do different coler bows. Then it is fun to rap preasents. Last, I am a fast worker. These are the...

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City, Township enter new 3-year fire pact

IMLAY CITY — The City of Imlay City and Imlay Township have entered into a new contract to provide fire protection to township residents. The three-year agreement was unanimously (6-0) approved by city commissioners on Tuesday, Dec. 17, and will take effect Jan. 1,...

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DNR awards $150,000 for splash pad

DNR awards $150,000 for splash pad

  IMLAY CITY  — The City of Imlay City has been awarded a $150,000 grant toward construction of a $364,000 splash pad adjacent to the Alvin Norlin Memorial Pool. The funds for the water feature are being provided through a Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources...

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Aubrey sweeps contest

Aubrey sweeps contest

Dryden student shares her vision for peace on earth in Lion’s poster competition   ALMONT/DRYDEN — A 13-year-old Dryden student has won the 2019 Michigan Lions Club Multiple District 11 “Peace Poster Contest.” Aubrey Weber, a 7th grader at Dryden Jr. High School,...

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Saying goodbye to stigma

Saying goodbye to stigma

Patterson shares his struggles with opioid addiction   IMLAY CITY — The last time he walked the halls of Imlay City High School, Patrick Patterson was the starting running back on the football team and a member of the Homecoming Court. When he received his...

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Class photo fills gap in museum’s collection

Class photo fills gap in museum’s collection

Picture came from estate of Civil War veteran and postmaster Willard Harwood   IMLAY CITY — The museum’s collection of class composites continues to grow. Local historian Marilyn Swihart said the Imlay City Historical Museum was recently entrusted with the papers...

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