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Count Day better than expected

Almont gains students, others see slight losses

TRI-CITY AREA — Student numbers continue to fluctuate for local school districts, but not as wildly as in the past—that's the theme from the state's fall Count Day on October 4....more>
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Dinner for area veterans on tap

Veterans Esteem Team hosts free appreciation event November 4

TRI-CITY AREA — Local veterans and their spouses are invited to take part in a free dinner on Saturday, Nov. 4 hosted by Lapeer County's Veterans Esteem Team....more>
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Movin' on up!

Imlay grad lands job as Communications Intern for the Executive Office of Governor Rick Snyder

IMLAY CITY — The movers and shakers; the affluential and influential; the heavy-hitters and the VIPs. All apt descriptors of the company Chloe Marie Kosinski's been keeping lately....more>
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Smooth sailing on M-21

Road improvement project comes in under budget

IMLAY CITY — The city's M-21 (Capac Rd.) road resurfacing project from Van Dyke (M-53) west to Almont Avenue is finished. Also upgraded during the project was a 300-foot section of Fairgrounds Rd....more>
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