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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>
February 07, 2018

Hall of Fame inspiration extends beyond sports

Imlay City School's Hall of Fame got off to an impressive start last month when they inducted their inaugural class on January 26. The group of five honorees spanned multiple sports and eras in the district's storied athletic history and included those who've have made a lasting impact on their alma mater....more>
January 31, 2018

A venture into new marijuana territory

Medical marijuana discussions in the village of Capac are now stretching into their sixth month and the talks will likely continue for some time while the planning commission studies ordinance language and a representative from the Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan is due to give a presentation before the village council in February....more>
January 24, 2018

Beware of scammers this tax season

As you prepare to file your 2017 state and federal income tax returns, you'll also want to get ready for another round of phone and email scams in 2018....more>
January 17, 2018

A salute to cold weather workers

The snow, the ice, the cold. We've had a healthy dose of winter that, when added up, feels like it should land us much further down the calendar than mid-January....more>
January 10, 2018

MSP Angel Program offers hope to addicts

Not a day goes by without some sort of news—local, state and/or national—that touches on some aspect of the opioid epidemic. A glance at the headlines proves that no community is immune from the ravages of the highly addictive opioid drugs....more>
January 03, 2018

Keep pets safe as temperatures dip

Everyone knows it's not safe to leave pets in hot vehicles during the summer months, and it should be just as widely known that the same applies to the cold months as well....more>
December 27, 2017

Renewing commitment to best effort

As 2017 winds down and the dawning of 2018 draws near, we—along with most other people—reflect on the past 12 months with a mix of nostalgia, gratitude and even relief....more>
December 20, 2017

Kustowski leaves mark on Imlay community

It's always inspiring to see a young man or woman serving their community, and doing so with integrity, skill and unrelenting dedication. Imlay City Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Kustowski is one such individual....more>
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