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December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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In the company of those you love

Much like many other families out there, Christmastime with my family is full of tradition. More...




Fat Guy Corner

Let sleeping dogs lie

Wake me when it’s over please! What am I talking about, you ask? The Lions game on Sunday was absolutely brutal to watch on television. I ate a bowl of sugar just so I wouldn’t fall asleep. More...


Center for the Arts offers festive lineup of events for holidays and into January

LAPEER — The Center for the Arts of Greater Lapeer has a lineup of entertainment to carry us through the holidays and winter months, from seasonal performances and story time with Santa, to comedy and dueling banjos throughout January. More...

What’s Up?

Band concert this evening IMLAY CITY — You’re invited to a “Cookies and Carols” band concert this evening (Dec. 18) at 7 p.m. at Imlay City Christian School, 7197 E. Imlay City Rd. Kids Night at library More...

Out and About

Lapeer District Library offers activities, club fun LAPEER — The Lapeer District Library would like you to join them in getting in the holiday spirit with activities at branch offices next week in Metamora and Otter Lake. Metamora More...

Polar Express ushers in holidays to Imlay City

Surrounded by the students from Imlay City Christian School Stefan Brady, a fifth and sixth-grade teacher at the school, portrayed Joseph and Heather King, a board member, portrayed Mary on the school’s float in the Polar Express Parade. More...

Sports Update

Looking for who won?

   Because all but Tuesday night scores are reported in the County Press, please click on the County Press publication in the drop down list to see the breaking scores from each night. Full Story


Ornaments for the tree

Joey Voss, 8, a third-grade student at Murphy Elementary School in Metamora Township, worked with his classmates Tuesday afternoon to make Christmas tree ornaments out of red and green-colored yarn. More...

Where’s the VIEW?

The first person to correctly identify what the photo is of and where it was taken will win a one-month subscription to The County Press. To submit your guess, call 810-452- 2640 and leave a message with your name, phone number and your guess. More...

LCS students ‘Pay-it-Forward’ to benefit nonprofit organizations

LAPEER — Students enrolled in Lapeer Community School’s Senior Capstone course at The Center for Innovation recently participated in a team project, Pay-it-Forward, to raise funds for a local nonprofit organization of their choice in orde More...


Voyageurs assist Holiday Depot

After unloading five vehicles, the 40 et 8 Voyageurs along with Holiday Depot volunteers stand in front of more than $3,600 of toys, stuffed animals, games and clothes for the Holiday Depot of Lapeer More...

Peggy Parker joins staff at Mayfield Twp. hall

MAYFIELD TWP. — There is a new friendly face working at the Mayfield Township hall. Peggy Parker started as the township hall’s new parttime secretary on Wednesday, Dec. 10. More...


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