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Grant helps serve those in isolation due to COVID-19

LAPEER COUNTY — The county’s health department has received grant funding to assist residents impacted by the coronavirus. The Lapeer County Community Foundation recently granted the county agency $4,000 to assist with what they refer to as “wrap-around” services for...

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New COVID case counts in single digits locally

TRI-CITY AREA — For the first time in several weeks, both Lapeer and St. Clair county’s new COVID-19 case counts are in the single digits. As of Monday, Sept. 14, the Lapeer County Health Department reported just nine new cases in one week’s time. An additional death...

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Road projects make progress

LAPEER COUNTY — Existing and new road construction projects are underway this week. Look for crews on westbound I-69, just west of Lake Pleasant Road in Attica Township. This week, they’re due to close one lane of traffic to saw cut sections of the road and then...

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More rail crossing repairs planned for area in Sept.

TRI-CITY AREA — Be prepared for more temporary road closures where they meet the railroad. As previously reported in the Tri-City Times, CN Rail crews have begun repairing several rail crossing in the Tri-City area. Last week, the Lapeer County Road Commission passed...

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Police recover stolen firearms

LAPEER COUNTY — A Saginaw man has been arrested for his role in the theft of multiple firearms from a Burnside Township business. Darious Danyel White has been arrested and a federal criminal complaint has been filed. Lapeer County Sheriff deputies responded to...

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Almont opts for late start to school year

School Board postpones start of classes until Mon., Aug. 31 ALMONT — The Almont Board of Education decided on Wednesday (Aug. 19) to postpone the start of the 2020-2021 school year until Monday, Aug. 31. The postponement alligns the Almont district with school start...

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Police seek tips on impersonator

LAPEER COUNTY — Metamora Township Police are asking the public for tips or information regarding a possible police impersonator. According to a press release from their office, a 22 year-old male reported that someone, appearing to be an officer, initiated a traffic...

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Imlay City delays school start by one week

Large virtual enrollment pushes first day to August 31 IMLAY CITY — Imlay City students get to enjoy one more week of summer vacation. Last night at an emergency meeting, the school board gave the okay to move the first day of classes from August 24 to August 31....

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COVID claims Lapeer County resident

Drive-up testing offered today at Capac Schools TRI-CITY AREA — Lapeer County’s total COVID-19 case count grew by 51 new cases in the past week and officials reported one additional death. As of Monday, August 10, Lapeer County had 395 confirmed and 232 recovered...

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Lapeer County reports COVID death

LAPEER COUNTY — A resident in their 40s has died from COVID-19. The Lapeer County Health Department made the announcement on Thursday, August 6. Officials also reported the addition of 38 new positive cases since Monday. Health Department Director Kathy Haskins notes...

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