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Imlay City High School preparing for May musical

IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City Schools Performing Arts program is excited to announce their spring production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Based on the comic strip, Peanuts, written by Charles Schultz, Charlie Brown and the entire Peanuts gang explore life’s...

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Spring into nature at Seven Ponds

Plenty of outdoor events on tap for area residents   DRYDEN — Spring back into the great outdoors and all things nature at Seven Ponds Nature Center this month. A variety of programs are on tap as the month unfolds. All programs—unless otherwise indicated—are...

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TCT writer earns two firsts in contest

Tom Wearing earns accolades for reporting in 2021   TRI-CITY AREA — The Tri-City Times was the proud recipient of awards in the 2021 Michigan Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest. In the results released on March 17, staff writer Tom Wearing took first...

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Candy Hunt returns April 10

Easter Bunny making a special appearance, starting a 2 p.m.   BERLIN TWP. — In keeping with a longstanding tradition, the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance both inside and outside the Berlin Twp. Hall on Sunday, April 10. Festivities begin at 2 p.m., with...

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Ruth Hughes will mark National Library Week

Libraries in Imlay City & Attica plan celebrations for April 4-9   IMLAY CITY/ATTICA — All are invited to celebrate National Library Week (April 4-9) at the Ruth Hughes Memorial District libraries in Imlay City and Attica. To mark the occasion, Ruth Hughes’...

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Home explosion causes death of four in Dryden

Fire Marshal, investigators at site in search of cause DRYDEN — An explosion and fire at Victoria Meadows mobile home park left four people dead on Monday morning. Dryden Police Chief Shawn Peters said Dryden Township police and firefighters were dispatched at around...

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American Pickers show to film in Michigan

TRI-CITY AREA — The documentary series American Pickers is making plans to film episodes of The History Channel hit television series in Michigan in May 2022. In advance of their visit, the show is in the hunt for leads for hidden treasure. Specifically they want to...

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Police identify shooter who injured deputy

Suspect dies after a second officer returns fire LAPEER COUNTY — A 47 year-old Imlay City man, Robert Charles Raymond, was shot and killed on Wednesday morning after he allegedly shot and injured a Lapeer County Sheriff’s deputy. According to the Michigan State Police...

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Council okays raising sewer rates

CAPAC — At their February 22 meeting, the village council voted to raise sewer rates. Manager Travis Youatt noted that a sewer rate study had been conducted in the past but the suggested schedule had not been followed. In light of a major upcoming sewer project along...

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Sweetheart Breakfast this Sunday

ATTICA TWP. — Lapeer County FFA and Stone Soup Food Bank will host their annual Project Raising HOPE Sweetheart Breakfast this coming Sunday, Feb. 27 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Lapeer County Ed Tech Center. Guests can dine in or carry out a sausage and pancake...

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