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  • Ten area grapplers move on to regionals

    One more stop before Palace
    Kevin Kissane
    TRI-CITY AREA — The Imlay City wrestling team advanced five competitors, Capac three and Almont two on to this Saturday’s Division 3 regional hosted by Richmond High School....more»
  • Raiders stay in title hunt

    Almont stops Imlay, 46-34, remain tied with Richmond
    Kevin Kissane
    TRI-CITY AREA — Almont came out on top of a 46-34 verdict over visiting Imlay City in a Blue Water Area Conference varsity boys’ basketball battle last Friday night....more»
  • Main Street slated for upgrade in Capac

    Work within village limits slated to begin next April
    Maria Brown
    CAPAC — The first shovels won’t slice into the ground until sometime next April but the village is taking some of the first steps needed to rehabilitate Main Street....more»
  • Venture into area schools

    Venture Global Engineering Foundation raises funds for districts
    Tom Wearing
    IMLAY CITY — Representatives from the Venture Global Engineering Foundation of Imlay City sought and received unanimous approval on Tuesday, Feb....more»
  • A fruity endeavor

    Famous Achatz pie company seeks local sources for popular creations
    Maria Brown
    TRI-CITY AREA — Their baked goods already contain Michigan grown products but Achatz Handmade Pie Company want to source those ingredients from their backyard here in southeast Michigan....more»

Fake news fight

Catherine Minolli - February 15, 2017
TRI-CITY AREA — It used to be called propaganda or a hoax, or even more simply put: a lie. Today, it’s commonly known as "fake news" or "alternative facts....more»

Sports

Capac outlasts Cass City, 66-57

Kevin Kissane - February 15, 2017
CAPAC — Capac outlasted host Cass City, 66-57, in a non-conference varsity boys’ basketball game that took two overtimes to determine a victor last Wednesday night....more»

Dryden gets another road win, 50-33

Kevin Kissane - February 15, 2017
DRYDEN — Dryden registered a 50-33 road triumph against Mayville in a Blue Water Area Conference varsity boys’ basketball matchup last Friday night. With the result, Dryden raises its mark ...more»

Raiders fend off Spartans

Kevin Kissane - February 15, 2017
ALMONT — Almont turned back visiting Imlay City, 41-29, in a Blue Water Area Conference varsity girls’ basketball confrontation last Friday night. With the decision, Almont moves to 8-8 and ...more»

Columns

Tune in to ICHS games

Willene Tanis - February 15, 2017
We have some wonderful schools in our area; and when I’m asked, I like to promote them and the life they bring to our community. Last week, for instance, Greg Bullen, Sports Director at Lapeer ...more»

The photo thief

Iris Lee Underwood - February 15, 2017
After Sunday’s brunch of quiche and salad, my youngest daughter slipped away from our table’s conversation. She and her father have never abided by the customary, "Excuse me, please....more»

Where have you gone Millard Fillmore?

Rick Liblong - February 15, 2017
Every school kid knows that George Washington was the "Father of our Country." "First in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen," it is said....more»

A frontier is a time, a way of life

Catherine Minolli - February 15, 2017
"A frontier is never a place; it is a time and a way of life." --Hal Borland That’s one of several quotes that are pinned to the spongy wall-board-type-thing that sits above my desk....more»

Opinion

Actions of Almont officers commendable

February 15, 2017
At a time when it’s not exactly a popular profession—and perhaps even more dangerous than ever— local police officers continue to demonstrate the vast and varied range of duties, responsibilities ...more»
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