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  • Dryden wins first district since 1999

    Kevin Kissane
    DRYDEN — The Dryden volleyball team saw to it that their postseason path would continue a bit longer, pulling out a heart-stopping 22-25, 27-25, 25-10, 19-25, 15-9 victory over Deckerville in a ...more»
  • Raider playoff hopes end

    Frankenmuth wins 28-22 in final minute
    Kevin Kissane
    ALMONT — Almont fell six points short when the final scores were tallied, dropping a 28-22 verdict to Frankenmuth in a Division 5, Region 3, District 2 championship football playoff confrontation ...more»
  • Historic schoolhouse on way to new home

    Flansburgh School a step closer to permanent location
    Maria Brown
    GOODLAND TWP. — The former Flansburgh School is one step closer to its new and likely final home. Last week Monday the one-room schoolhouse was moved from its temporary spot in the township’s ...more»
  • Where have our teachers gone?

    Fewer men, women view teaching as a viable career
    Tom Wearing
    TRI-CITY AREA — In recent weeks the Tri-City Times has featured articles about the newly-implemented Watch DOGS programs at elementary schools in Imlay City and Almont featuring male role models....more»
  • On a mission

    Ed Tech students, staff do 22 push-ups for 22 days as way of remembering veterans lost to suicide
    Maria Brown
    ATTICA TWP. — For a period of 22 school days this fall, when the clock strikes 1 p.m., students and staff at the Lapeer County Ed Tech Center simultaneously pause from their work to put in a quick ...more»

Weddings

Scalise, Prothero wed
January 11, 2018
Gibbs/Hibbler
August 16, 2017
Salowitz, Soule wedding
September 21, 2016

Big DOGS keep watch at Almont elementary

Tom Wearing - November 07, 2018
ALMONT — Almont’s Orchard Primary School has joined the ranks of schools across the U.S. implementing a program that encourage fathers and father-figures to spend time with their children ...more»

Sports

Dryden girls wind up in 23rd place

Kevin Kissane - November 07, 2018
The Dryden girls’ cross country team registered a 23rd-place finish last Saturday at the Division 4 state finals. Michigan International Speedway, in Brooklyn, is where the meet was contested....more»

Dryden runs to seventh place

Kevin Kissane - November 07, 2018
DRYDEN — The Dryden boys’ cross country team watched an outstanding season reach an endpoint with a seventh-place showing last Saturday at the Division 3 state finals....more»

Columns

Hear the bells in a different way

Willene Tanis - November 07, 2018
Do you hear what I hear? Yup! The bells of Christmas. Stores put out Halloween and Thanksgiving merchandise simultaneously these days, so when Halloween is over, out come the Christmas displays....more»

A coffee conundrum

Andrew Wernette - November 07, 2018
Not long ago on a fine October morning—the kind where the air is nice and somewhat crisp—I sat outside a café as I gazed at the mottled shade of a tree dancing on the pavement....more»

Ancient oak inspires imagination

Iris Lee Underwood - November 07, 2018
I’ve walked my country roads for twenty-nine years now. They’re glad for my company, especially this season when their trees cast off their color and I applaud their performance....more»

Another dip in the delicious ‘hot bath’

Catherine Minolli - November 07, 2018
I smell the garlic the minute I get out of my car. It’s sort of dark and rainy, but like a sensory magnet, that sharp, familiar scent pulls me safely through the dim garage and into the lively kitchen ...more»

Opinion

Honor veterans with our very best resources available

November 07, 2018
Monday is Veterans Day, a day where we pause to give thanks to those who have served our country. It’s a day off for some, a shopping day for others, and a day of solemn remembrance for families ...more»
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