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Voters have choice of three Dist. 2 candidates

Voters have choice of three Dist. 2 candidates

Republicans Howell, Rouse and Roy running to represent northern townships   LAPEER COUNTY — Three Republicans are in the hunt to represent Goodland Township and the rest of District 2 on the Lapeer County Commission. Incumbent Gary Roy is being challenged by Gary...

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Humvee comes in handy

Humvee comes in handy

On July 30, Imlay City police will fill vehicle with groceries   IMLAY CITY — Imlay City Police Department has acquired a 1990-vintage Humvee at no cost to the city. Police Chief Brett Selby said the department was recently able to obtain the vehicle through a...

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New thrill shows at fair

New thrill shows at fair

Jetpack Flying Water Circus, Great American High Dive Show to perform   IMLAY CITY — High-flying rides on the midway won’t be the only attraction filling the skies over the Eastern Michigan State Fairgrounds this year. Two shows, both making their inaugural...

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Attica to celebrate this weekend

Attica to celebrate this weekend

Find fun at township park Friday and Saturday   ATTICA — Organizers of the 2022 Attica Days Festival have planned two days’ worth of fun and festivities starting this Friday, July 15 and concluding with a grand fireworks show on Saturday, July 16. “We’re looking...

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Supporters advocate for replacement millage

St. Clair County Library system seeks 10 year, 1.2 mill levy on primary ballot   ST. CLAIR COUNTY — Voter-approved millage dollars are the primary source of funding for the St. Clair County Library System, accounting for about three-quarters of the department’s...

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Nichols, Howell vie for road commission term

Pair of Republicans on Aug. primary ballot   LAPEER COUNTY — A pair of familiar names will be vying for a six-year seat on the Lapeer County Road Commission in the Tues., Aug. 2 primary election. Current Road Commissioner Les Nichols is being challenged by fellow...

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Future lawyer gains work experience at clerk’s office

Future lawyer gains work experience at clerk’s office

4CCF’s Return to Earn connects college students with paid summer internships   TRI-CITY AREA — Work that’s meaningful and desirable—that’s what Sam Lovell was eager to experience as a participant in the Four County Community Foundation’s Return to Earn internship...

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Bond project list focuses on needs, district says

Bond project list focuses on needs, district says

No mill increase request on Aug. 2 ballot   CAPAC — A continuation bond, worth $6.7 million for 15 years, will go before voters in the Capac Community School District who cast a ballot in the primary election on August 2. Supt. Jeff Terpenning said the no mill...

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New budget on the books in Imlay City

New budget on the books in Imlay City

Extra state funds more than cover loss from drop in student enrollment   IMLAY CITY — Last month the board of education put their stamp of approval on a $24 million budget for the coming school year. The 2022-23 budget assumes Imlay City’s student body will again...

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Senior services  important to elderly

Senior services important to elderly

Director Wendy Brown urges support for Aug. 2nd millage   LAPEER COUNTY — Wendy Brown, Lapeer County’s new Director of Senior Services, is ready to take on the important task of ensuring that the needs of older residents remain a priority. A 1999 graduate of...

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