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Mardi Gras comes to town

Residents encouraged to create floats, nominate Mardi Gras king for March 5th parade downtown IMLAY CITY — There is still time to create your own "wagon" float and be part of the 2019 Mardi Gras Parade in downtown Imlay City on Tuesday, March 5. The event runs from...

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Woman seeks the gift of life

Imlay City resident, mom, seeks match for liver transplant IMLAY CITY — Could you be the match Amanda Gutierrez needs? The 33 year-old Imlay City resident and mom of five kids is in desperate need of a liver transplant and her family and friends are spreading the word...

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Capac Rd. construction project starts in August

Design work underway; bids to go out in June ALLENTON — About 50 interested residents attended an open house at the Berlin Twp. Senior Center last Wednesday, Feb. 20, to view blueprints and acquire information pertaining to the upcoming Capac Road reconstruction...

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Capac’s Unsolved Mystery – PART X

Hope for Currier's life fades Editor's note: This is the 10th installment in an ongoing series entitled 'Capac's Unsolved Mystery' detailing the events surrounding the disappearance of popular Capac Merchant Hale Currier on October 17, 1948 while on a hunting trip...

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Icy breakthrough is taped on video

Icy breakthrough is taped on video

Ice fishermen help pull man from frigid waters LEXINGTON — Like he has on many other mid-winter weekends, Imlay City resident Ian Kempf headed out to the ice off Lexington Harbor last Saturday to catch some fish. But what Kempf witnessed and caught on video Saturday...

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DDA seeks student art to adorn new banners

Downtown organization teams up with I.C. Schools to fill need IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Imlay City Schools are again partnering for the purpose of enhancing the downtown business district. In addition to collaborating on a...

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Still earning respect

Still earning respect

World War II vet Howard Boomer's service honored ALMONT — World War II veteran, Howard Boomer, received some welcome guests at his Almont home early last month. Boomer, 93, is currently under hospice care, but continues to lead his life as he always has—with a...

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Another round for Konschuh

Judicial Tenure Commission issues complaint alleging misconduct LAPEER — Lapeer County Circuit Court Judge Byron Konschuh will again answer to allegations regarding the handling of funds while he served as Lapeer County Prosecutor between the years of 2009-2013. The...

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Walker steps down from Director’s post

Longtime Imlay City advocate to lead Michigan Downtown Association IMLAY CITY — She's been a familiar face around town for more than a half-dozen years. An advocate for the city, champion of all things local, and literally a Friend of Youth. That won't change, says...

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From the heart

Capac's Carol Nemecek shares story of survival, gratitude & love TRI-CITY AREA — Carol Nemecek stands at the top of her yoga mat— palms pressed together at heart center—and pauses for a breath. The 55-year-old Capac resident is dedicated to the practice of yoga....

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