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Pageant looking for new contestants

Pageant looking for new contestants

Little Miss Pageant April 13; registration now open   IMLAY CITY — A sign-up event will be taking place in the Borland Elementary school cafeteria February 22 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Little Miss is accepting contestants aged 5 to 8 and Junior Miss is accepting...

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Lions faithful  for 40 years

Lions faithful for 40 years

Local couple and other fans see football history in the making   TRI-CITY AREA — The success of the Detroit Lions this season has been something to remember. With a NFC North division championship in hand and their first play-off win in over 30 years (24-23 over...

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City looks for answers on property

Possible signs of new life for Sage Creek deal   IMLAY CITY — After getting few answers to their questions regarding the condition of city-owned land on E. Third Street, the Imlay City commission has taken action to enlist some expert help with the ongoing issue....

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City officials explain millage request issue

City officials explain millage request issue

Public Safety Dept. formed if vote passes   IMLAY CITY — Voters will be going to the polls in a few weeks, across the region, including here in Imlay City. More than 3,000 registered voters are being asked to cast their vote in a presidential primary which also...

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“Blew by Ewe”—sheep on the loose

“Blew by Ewe”—sheep on the loose

Attempts to nab the wooly wonder failing   Editor’s note: The following information can be taken with a grain of salt, knowing much of the information has come from a page on Facebook with the heading “Almont Township.” We’ve attempted to contact police to verify...

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Solar ordinance amended in Goodland

Solar ordinance amended in Goodland

Board listens to residents’ concerns   GOODLAND TWP. — After listening to residents’ concerns, the Goodland Twp. Board has taken a stance on solar energy. At their meeting on January 9, the board voted to adopt an amended solar ordinance with specifications they...

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Local residents help collect signatures

Local residents help collect signatures

Statewide initiative aimed at new State law   TRI-CITY AREA — A growing army of people are getting involved and doing their part in trying to stop recently passed legislation regarding wind and solar energy. In short, the new laws essentially take the power away...

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Dryden Twp. teen found safe; returns home

Dryden Twp. teen found safe; returns home

Baughman found by troopers from Taylor MSP Post   DRYDEN TWP. — The missing 17-year-old teen from the Dryden area has been found safe and sound. Dryden Twp. police put out a press release Thursday, stating Nathan Baughman had been located in the Metro-Detroit...

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Fatal crash snarls traffic on M-53

Fatal crash snarls traffic on M-53

Passenger vehicle pulls in to path of semi-truck   ALMONT TWP. — Emergency crews were called to the scene of a two-vehicle crash on M-53 near the intersection of Bordman Rd shortly after noon Monday. According to the Almont Police Department, officers responded...

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Dryden Twp. teen goes missing, again

Dryden Twp. teen goes missing, again

Police; family seeking information on whereabouts   DRYDEN TWP. — Local authorities and family members of a Dryden Township teenager are asking for the public’s help once again. On January 2, 2024, at 11:30 a.m., the Dryden Township Police Department responded to...

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