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Search for Joe Mindelli  continues into Thursday

Search for Joe Mindelli continues into Thursday

  DRYDEN — Dryden Township, along with groups from around the state of Michigan, continue to support the search for Joseph Mindelli. Joseph (Joe) Mindelli was reported as a missing person to the Dryden Township Police Department on Monday, July 19 at 1:52 pm....

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Volunteers help with search

Volunteers help with search

Man reported missing on Monday in Dryden Township   DRYDEN TWP. — As of press time on Tuesday, a missing 78-year-old Dryden man had yet to be found. Dryden Township Police reported that a search continues for Joe Mindelli, who has been missing since Sunday...

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Traffic shift coming to I-69

ST. CLAIR COUNTY — Last week the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) announced traffic shifts and ramp closures associated with the rebuild of I-69 in Mussey and Riley townships. Over the past weekend, contractors planned to shift eastbound traffic to...

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‘Frame 42’ coming to Imlay City on July 13

High-energy musicians appear at Lamb-Steele Park at 7 p.m.   IMLAY CITY — Following a week’s hiatus due to the Fourth of July holiday, the Imlay City DDA’s Tuesday Night Summer Concert Series at Lamb-Steele Park resumes on Tuesday, July 13. The evening’s...

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Area fairs plan return in 2021

St. Clair, Armada events look to bounce back from pandemic   TRI-CITY AREA — Other events will join the Eastern Michigan State Fair in making a comeback in 2021 including the St. Clair County 4-H and Youth Fair and Armada Fair. July 19-24 is when exhibitors and...

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Deceased body is found behind I.C. Burger King

Deceased body is found behind I.C. Burger King

Investigation indicates man was seeking warmth, shelter   IMLAY CITY — Local police agencies continue to investigate the death of an unidentied man whose body was found early Tuesday, June 22, near a dumpster behind the Imlay City Burger King on Cedar Street....

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COVID-19 deaths surpass 200 mark in Lapeer County

Local vaccination rates at more than 40 percent   TRI-CITY AREA — Lapeer County has surpassed the 200 mark for COVID-19 deaths. On Thursday, June 10, the health department reported two residents had died from the virus, putting Lapeer County’s total death count...

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Virus test rates continue to drop

More drive through clinics on Lapeer County schedule   TRI-CITY AREA — COVID-19 infection numbers continue to fall precipitously in both Lapeer and St. Clair counties. The number of new cases in Lapeer County fell by more than half between June 1-7 with just 16...

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Run, walk Polly Ann Trail on Sat., June 5

2021 event starts, ends at Dryden’s Memorial Park DRYDEN — Whether you prefer running or walking, the 14th annual Polly Ann Trail Run/Walk takes place this Saturday, June 5, starting at 9 a.m. at the Dryden Memorial Park. The race day entry fee is $30, which includes...

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