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Hundreds apply for positions at new Capac manufacturing plant

CAPAC — Close to 500 job seekers filed through Holly Meadows banquet hall on Monday during Keihin Michigan Manufacturing's first job fair. The Honda parts supplier interviewed more than 250 applicants who had been pre-screened by Michigan Works, and accepted resumes from close to 200 walk-ins....more>
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Finally flowing free

After 15 years, much controversy, Mill Creek project nearing end

ST. CLAIR COUNTY — The Mill Creek project—a culmination of more than 15 years of controversy, lawsuits and countless studies—is close to completion less than a year after it began....more>
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Profitable year for fairgrounds

IMLAY CITY — Don't fix it if it ain't broke. That bit of sage advice may be what Eastern Michigan Fair Board members had in mind when they elected officers last Wednesday....more>
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Drought takes toll on harvest

TRI-CITY AREA — The promise of ethanol sent farmers into the fields last spring with planters full of corn seed. But the crop's potential wilted under this summer's drought....more>

Errant vehicle strikes Imlay City post office

Minor injuries for one PO employee

IMLAY CITY — Post office employees got a start Saturday morning, when a vehicle struck a portion of the northeast side of the building. Police Chief Arlan Winslow reports that Tony Terry, 78, of Leonard was pulling into a parking space in front of the post office, when he blacked out and drove up over the sidewalk and into the building, penetrating a brick wall where two postal employees were working....more>
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