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New COVID-19 cases continue to surge locally

Lapeer, St. Clair counties each report two more deaths in the past week   TRI-CITY AREA — The rapid rate of new COVID-19 cases continues to cause concern among local health officials. “As of Monday, November 9, the county is experiencing a record 9.5% positivity...

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Hodges wins judge race, Animal Control millage fails

LAPEER COUNTY — The votes have been tallied in Lapeer County. Challenger Mike Hodges has unseated incumbent Circuit Court Judge Byron Konschuh in a non-partisan race for a six-year term. Hodges received 23,687 votes to Konschuh’s 14,775. Incumbent 82nd District...

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Most local millage renewals approved

Goodland Library request falls short TRI-CITY AREA — In yesterday’s November 3 general election, voters were generally favorable to local renewal requests. Millage renewals in Imlay City, Almont, Capac and Lynn Township were easily approved. Imlay City's street and...

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Local Trick-or-Treat Hours

TRI-CITY AREA — It’s customary for local municipalities establish Trick or Treat hours for October 31. Here’s what’s planned: • Almont:  6:00 - 8:00 p.m. • Capac:  6:00 - 8:00 p.m. • Dryden: 5:00 - 8:00  p.m. • Imlay City: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

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AG charges Imlay City doctor with drug felonies

State alleges Madhu Subnani improperly prescribed medicine, altered patient charts IMLAY CITY — An Imlay City-area family physician has been charged with multiple felonies by the Michigan Attorney General. On Friday, Dana Nessel’s office announced that Dr. Madhu...

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Lapeer, St. Clair counties report COVID-19 deaths

TRI-CITY AREA — Coronavirus case numbers have experienced a steep rise in the past week. Lapeer County has recorded 42 new cases between October 6-12 and St. Clair County is reporting 94 during that same time period. Five additional COVID-19 deaths have also been...

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Family feud fuels fairground fracas

911 calls said combatants brandished bats and guns IMLAY CITY — Police continue to sift through sketchy details of a fight involving multiple people that broke out during an outdoor auction at the Eastern Michigan State Fairgrounds on Sunday, Oct. 4. Police Chief...

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View missing Tri-City Times pages here

View missing Tri-City Times pages here

DEAR READERS, DUE TO PRINTER ERROR, THE TRI-CITY TIMES NEWSPAPER FOR SEPT. 30, 2020 DID NOT INCLUDE THE LAST TWO PAGES, 7B AND 8B. THIS IS BOTH UNPRECEDENTED AND REGRETFUL. PLEASE FIND THE DIGITAL COPIES ON BOTH OUR WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK. THANK YOU.  

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