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April 18, 2018

Almont council sets example of government at its best

"Government of the people, for the people and by the people." That's the ideal set by Abraham Lincoln in his famous and oft-quoted Gettysburg Address in November of 1863....more>
April 11, 2018

Severe weather season is here

Spring often brings volatile weather to the Tri-City area and beyond. For Severe Weather Week, April 8-14, The Michigan Committee for Severe Weather Awareness offers the following tips for safety and preparedness: •Be sure everyone in your household knows where to go and what to do in case of a tornado or thunderstorm warning....more>
April 04, 2018

Paper tariffs threaten future of newsprint

Editor's note: The following guest editorial was written by David Chavern, President & CEO of the News Media Alliance. Every day at the News Media Alliance headquarters, a stack of newspapers arrives for myself and the staff....more>
March 28, 2018

Community steps up for Busker Fest

Change is hard. Just ask the Imlay City Chamber of Commerce members and volunteers who are trying something new for this year's summer festival. Completely transforming what was a 37 year tradition known as the Blueberry Festival is not an easy, or very popular task....more>
March 21, 2018

Latest FOIA bill a step in right direction

At a time when conspiracy theories and mistrust of government abound, starting with allegations from the highest office in the nation on down to area school districts, you'd think Michigan lawmakers would at long last do something to shine light in these dark places, to show that there is nothing nefarious, illegal or unethical going on in state and local government....more>
March 14, 2018

New business could represent shift in economy

In one week's time, Capac's newest business will open their doors. Love's Travel Stop and their partner restaurants are due to welcome their first customers on March 22 with an official grand opening slated for next month....more>
March 07, 2018

Unique project an opportunity to connect

March is Reading Month, and it will kick off with unusual flair at the Ruth Hughes Memorial Library this Saturday, March 10. Ruth Hughes is welcoming the Human Library Project into its fold from 11 a....more>
February 28, 2018

Helping youths in aftermath of tragedy

It's no doubt that children and young adults across the country and right here in the Tri-City area are saddened, frightened and confused by another mass shooting at a high school....more>
February 21, 2018

When is enough enough?

Epidemic. The dictionary describes the word's meaning as "a widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time." Epidemics—those that don't involve infectious disease, are described as "rife, rampant, widespread, wide-ranging, extensive and pervasive....more>
February 14, 2018

Another cyberscam alert for tax season

With state income tax filing season rapidly approaching, cybercriminals will be out in full force to take advantage of taxpayers. As such, the Michigan Department of Treasury has issued yet another cyberscam alert....more>
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