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Society presents War of 1812 program

LAPEER — The Lapeer County Genealogical Society invites community members to their next meeting on November 12 at 7 p.m. Tuesday night’s program will include a presentation by Sarah Gardiner of Michigan History Alive on the War of 1812, Oliver Hazard Perry and the...

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DAR group extends meeting invitation

IMLAY CITY — The John Crawford Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) will host their next meeting on Saturday, November 9 at 11 a.m. at the Eastern Michigan State Fair. The John Crawford Chapter is seeking new members who...

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Bingo night in Berville

BERVILLE — The Berville Lioness Charities, Inc. will host a Fall Bingo event this Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Berville Lions Hall. Doors open at 5 p.m. and Bingo starts at 6 p.m. Guests must be 18 years old to enter. Snacks, pizza, coffee and pop can be purchased on...

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Bond proposal passes

Bond proposal passes

IMLAY CITY  — Yesterday residents of the Imlay City School district voted to approve a $36.8 million bond proposal—the lone item on the Nov. 5 ballot in the Tri-City area. According to unofficial results from the Lapeer County Clerk’s Office, posted just before...

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Pickleball in the park

Pickleball in the park

Imlay Twp. utilizes state grant funding for upgrades, additions including new courts   IMLAY TWP. — Just as they had hoped, township officials were able to complete the bulk of park projects yet this fall thanks to state grant funding. In recent weeks,...

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Keihin opens eyes of students

Keihin opens eyes of students

Keihin Manufacturing staff hosts its fifth annual student outreach     CAPAC — So what’s it like to work at a modern manufacturing plant? And just what types of skills and knowledge base are required to land a position at such a plant? And of course, how much...

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Big plans for play

Big plans for play

Boy Scout seeks community’s help for playground project at Dryden park DRYDEN — Sixteen-year-old Shane VandenBerghe from Boy Scout Troop 130 has big plans for the playground area at his hometown’s General Squier Memorial Park. Shane has been working hard to organize,...

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Students salute our hometown veterans

Students salute our hometown veterans

ICHS rolls out the red, white and blue carpet IMLAY CITY — Students and staff at Imlay City High School rolled out the red, white and blue carpet for local veterans on Thursday, October 24. The school’s Veterans’ Honor Roll Reception has become a pre-Veterans Day...

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Imlay business moves to iconic Almont location

Imlay business moves to iconic Almont location

Backyard Creations relocates to former Almont Saddlery building Business owners Chris and Jaason Bishop are hoping a move to Almont will translate to more foot traffic and increased business revenue. Their plans are to move into the eastern portion of the building in...

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