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October 17, 2018

Sharkey out as corporate council

Embattled prosecutor claims Commissioners undermine his elected office

LAPEER COUNTY — The board of commissioners has opted to end a longstanding practice and will no longer utilize the prosecutor as their corporation counsel....more>
October 17, 2018
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Mobile dentists keep Almont kids smiling

Farmington Hills-based professionals donate time and services as part of SMILE program

ALMONT — Making sure your kids receive timely preventative dental care can be like pulling teeth for some parents. From scheduling time off work, to taking the kids out of school, to incurring the costs for such care can be downright challenging....more>
October 17, 2018
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Capac's unsolved mystery

Popular merchant disappears on Oct. 17, 1948 while hunting with friends

Editor's note: The following is the first in a series written by Doug Hunter. A lifelong Capac area resident, Hunter is a farmer, writer and historian....more>
October 17, 2018
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Teamwork pays off

Capac Friends of Library meet goal, receive grant

CAPAC — Physical upgrades to the Capac Library buildings have been a team effort since the beginning. Now another successful collaborator, the Community Foundation of St....more>
October 10, 2018
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From farm to table

Onions make way to grocery carts from Midwest to East Coast

GOODLAND TWP. — The muck soils around Imlay City have always been well-suited for growing onions, says farmer Nate Van Den Berg, and he should know. Nate's the third generation of Van Den Bergs to cultivate the pungent vegetables in that black dirt, following in the footsteps of his dad and grandfather....more>
October 10, 2018
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City manager talks streets and Gateway

Numerous projects completed in Imlay City

IMLAY CITY — Thanks to the support of residents, five city streets in need of repair have been resurfaced in recent weeks. The upgrades apply to Hunt, Dirgo, Pine and Wilcox streets; and the completion of Cheney Street....more>
October 10, 2018
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Rolling out the welcome mat

Officer Sara Colin joins ranks at Imlay City Police Dept.

IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City Police Department is welcoming its first female police officer in recent memory. Officer Sara Colin was introduced and sworn in during Tuesday's (Oct....more>
October 10, 2018
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Riders to hit the trail

6th 'Autumn on Polly Ann Trail' Ride Saturday

DRYDEN — Whether you walk, run, bicycle or ride the Polly Ann Trail on horse back, the experience can be both exhilarating and uniquely peaceful. So said local equestrian Barb Yockey, who along with husband, Frank Demske, and others, is helping promote the 6th Annual "Autumn on the Polly Ann Trail Ride" on Saturday, Oct....more>
October 03, 2018
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Spicing things up

Orchard Primary garden is hands-on STEAM experience

ALMONT — Staff at Orchard Primary School prides itself on offering students in grades K-4 unique early educational opportunities. Listed among those opportunities is the school's outdoor learning classroom and garden, where students learn how to plant, care for and harvest their very own plants and vegetables....more>
October 03, 2018
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Homecoming Parade, Tailgate set for Friday

IMLAY CITY — Imlay City residents can demonstrate their Spartan spirit downtown this Friday, October 5 at Imlay City High School's Homecoming Parade starting at 5 p....more>
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