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October 18, 2017

Every second counts in event of fire

Every second counts. That's the message the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) hopes people will take to heart this year. It's also a message that our local fire departments delivered as reflected in the photos and stories from department open houses and safety events in this week's issue....more>
October 11, 2017

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month

It's in your pocket, in your purse, on your desk, your tv, and perhaps even some of your appliances... The Internet. The world wide web that stretches across the globe, connecting individuals with each other, and with much of what's required to function in every day life....more>
October 04, 2017

Actions, not words, count with no-fault reform

It's hard to fathom why anyone would balk at an opportunity to reduce car insurance rates for Michigan drivers through no-fault reform. Lawmakers, including Governor Rick Snyder, say it's been a priority for the past four years, but nothing has changed....more>
September 27, 2017

A path to citizenship = stronger economy

What's the argument for doing just about anything in the public sphere? Let's give that business a tax break and they'll be able to create more jobs. We'll update our infrastructure so we can accommodate new businesses and it will boost the tax base....more>
September 20, 2017

Path to success includes post-secondary ed

A two-year grant recently received by the Lapeer County ISD gives a much needed boost to increasing the opportunities for Lapeer County students to carry on with their education....more>
September 13, 2017

September is National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month and the reminder comes at a time when hundreds of families are struggling to rebuild their lives in the wake of hurricanes in Texas and Florida....more>
September 06, 2017

Something for everyone at Outdoor Weekend

There's no arguing that the Eastern Michigan State Fairgrounds is a jewel in the crown of Imlay City. The prime acreage on the highly traveled M-53 is a destination spot for people from all around the state when it comes to Fair time....more>
August 30, 2017

Help Friends of Polly Ann reach goal

The Polly Ann Trail has become a popular recreation spot for residents from south of Dryden on up through Imlay City and areas north. The peaceful stretch of former rail bed is limited to non-motorized traffic, and therefore has become a haven for cyclists, runners, horseback riders and those who enjoy strolling through the Trail's natural setting for some fresh air and physical activity....more>
August 23, 2017

Be extra alert as kids head back to classrooms

In the coming days and weeks, hundreds of area youths will head back to the classrooms across the Tri-City area. For some, it will be the first time navigating new territory, and for others it means hopping on the bicycle or bus to get to school....more>
August 16, 2017

Don't get burned by debt collection scam

Unfortunately, there are people out there who prey upon the honesty and integrity of others. Scammers know no boundaries, and their grubby fingers reach into all segments of the population....more>
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