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Water fun returns to Dryden

Water fun returns to Dryden

County parks staff say reservations strong for Forest Hall   DRYDEN TWP. — The Mill Race Water Park and General Squier Memorial Park of Dryden have officially opened their doors for their summer season. After being closed since Labor Day of 2019, Lapeer County...

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Attica Museum reopens doors after long closure

Attica Museum reopens doors after long closure

Museum Director, volunteers host ‘open house’ for visitors   ATTICA TWP. — After months of being closed due to the pandemic, the newly-refurbished Attica Museum has re-opened to visitors. Formerly a maintenance building, the updated museum is located behind the...

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One hundred years young

One hundred years young

Capac helps Betty Burgess mark special June 29 birthday   CAPAC — It’s not often that someone turns 100 so Capac rose to the occasion last month in honor of longtime resident Betty Burgess who celebrated a century of life. Senior Center staff organized a birthday...

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Residents unhappy with drain project progress

Residents unhappy with drain project progress

ALMONT — Some residents living along the Stroup Drain in Almont are growing frustrated with the duration and physical impact of an ongoing drain project. The $2.1 million Stroup Drain project was approved by local governmental entities in 2018, with the cost to be...

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Transportation grant assists local seniors

Transportation grant assists local seniors

Four County Foundation seeks accessibility for older residents   TRI-CITY AREA — Four County Community Foundation (4CCF) Executive Director Kathy Dickens reported that the local foundation has been awarded a Michigan Health Endowment Collaborate Grant of $96,876...

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Beards, mustaches rule

Beards, mustaches rule

‘Sasquatch UnCut’ draws big crowd of hairy revelers to Imlay City   IMLAY CITY — Neither rain, nor heat and humidity, nor flooded freeways could keep the bearded masses from gathering in downtown Imlay City over the weekend of June 25-26. The occasion was the...

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Council revokes exemptions for Keihin

Council revokes exemptions for Keihin

Company shuttered since April 2021 in Capac   CAPAC — Now that production has ceased at the Keihin Michigan Manufacturing plant, the village has opted to revoke all tax exemptions associated with the business and property on Koehn Road. The village council, at...

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Imlay City man dies in M-53 crash

MSP continue to investigate details of motorcycle crash   GOODLAND TWP. — A 51-year-old Imlay City man was killed Thursday, June 24, in a collision involving a motorcycle and pickup truck on M-53 and Bowers Rd. Michigan State Police (MSP) report that at around...

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