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June 13, 2018

Embrace change in Imlay City this weekend

One of the few things you can count on in life is change. Though it's constant, the thought of change can be unnerving. Leaving behind what's familiar for something new and different isn't always easy, but it's often necessary for growth or progress or simply pressing ahead....more>
June 06, 2018

Special dads deserve special recognition

We know the area is filled with special dads, grandfathers and father figures so we're hoping to highlight them in time for Father's Day, June 17. We're once again hosting a Father's Day photo contest called 'Daddy & Me....more>
May 30, 2018

Carpe Diem, Classes of 2018!

This coming weekend, one door will close and another will open wide for the hundreds of young people in the Tri-City area as they say farewell to their high school days and venture out into our ever-changing and increasingly challenging world....more>
May 23, 2018

Take time to remember on Memorial Day

It's important to remember what Memorial Day weekend is all about as we enter the national remembrance day. For many, Memorial Day weekend has become an opportunity to take advantage of a long weekend....more>
May 16, 2018

Program inspires community pride

There's a new trend based on an old foundation that's catching on in Imlay City. Community pride. Pride of ownership. Elevating the town's image while encouraging others to do the same....more>
May 09, 2018

Big shout out to small town firefighters

On Friday, the Tri-City area was rockin' and rollin'—literally. Relentless, steady high winds with surprisingly strong gusts of up to 60 miles per hour had the power flickering on and off throughout the area, and just plain off and down in others....more>
May 02, 2018

Prom pledge helps put safety first

It's that time of year again. In the coming weeks, area high school students will deck out in their finest to celebrate the prom and graduation seasons with style....more>
April 25, 2018

Crowded contests ahead in 2018 election

It's hard to believe it's an election year again. Have the 2016 candidate yard signs had time to collect dust yet? True to form, the Tri-City area will feature a handful of interesting races in 2018, made notable by candidate volumes....more>
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>
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