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Arid waves of grain

Farmers say dry summer trumps memorable drought of 1988

TRI-CITY AREA — The summer of '88—farmers remember it well. After this year, it will probably be trumped by 2007 as the Tri-City area's driest growing season in recent memory....more>
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Drops don't dampen excitement at Fair

Gates open, fair runs through Saturday

IMLAY CITY — Despite the soggy start, everyone was excited to see the Eastern Michigan Fair open their gates yesterday. This is the 109th year the fairgrounds have hosted the annual event....more>
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It was a 'bluetiful' weekend in Imlay

Annual Blueberry Festival draws large crowds over the weekend

IMLAY CITY — If summer festivals are all about kids, moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, friends and families having a good time—then the 2007 Blueberry Festival achieved its purpose....more>

Jerry Newberry coming home

Decorated Vietnam veteran returns for opening ceremonies on Aug. 16

LAPEER — Nine years ago when the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Moving Wall visited Imlay City, the local community adopted a "welcome home" theme as a way to express its heartfelt thanks to all who served in Vietnam....more>
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Tree is a symbol of strength

LAPEER — What would be an eyesore, a deformity, an imperfection to many people is a symbol of strength and beauty to John Olivo. The former longtime Imlay City resident is a thoughtful man....more>
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