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Thats what SHE Said By Carolyn LeDuc-Krehel I am not a police officer. I have many different jobs but, sadly, being a cop isn’t one of them. I never even considered going into law enforcement, but who doesn’t occasionally fantasize about having the authority to t
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LCBT to hold Shred Day Saturday LAPEER — Lapeer County Bank & Trust Co. will host its first free Community Shred Day of 2014 on Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the Imlay City office. This is the final opportunity of the year to shred your sensitive documents, so don’t mi
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Three-day garage sale to benefit Operation Care MAYFIELD TWP. — Operation Care Package of Michigan will hold a garage sale to raise money to support our troops from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 25-27 in a 8,000-square-foot building just south of the former Durakon plant at 2101 N. Lapeer Rd. in Mayfiel
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View Brew Fest draws support from community The 2nd Annual View Brew Fest drew hundreds of craft beer fans and Lapeer County Hockey Association supporters last Saturday to the festival site in the parking lot of Louie’s Sports Tavern in Lapeer.read more
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Ag frat event benefits disabled farmers LANSING — Michigan State University›s chapter of the agricultural fraternity Alpha Gamma Rho will host a fund-raising hog roast Oct. 3 to benefit a program that helps keep farmers farming.read more
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Grant, scholarships fund ag literacy LAPEER — Approaching deadlines will soon close out several opportunities for Lapeer County and Michigan students, teachers and ag literacy volunteers seeking assistance in funding a variety of learning opportunities.read more
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Pasteurized or unpasteurized juice whats the difference? BY JEANNIE NICHOLS Michigan State University Extension LAPEER COUNTY — This is the time of year for fresh apples, juice and cider. Both pasteurized and unpasteurized juices will be available at grocery stores, farmers markets and roadside stands. It
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Are dented cans of food on sale safe? BY JANE HART Michigan State University Extension LAPEER TWP. — We see them in grocery stores. Some of us even get a discount because of them. But are dented canned foods really safe for us to eat? Unfortunately for our wallets, some of them are not.
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Keep make-ahead freezer meals safe BY LISA TREIBER Michigan State University Extension LAPEER COUNTY — This time of year tends to bring out the organizational skills in some people. I hear a lot of talk about preparing meals ahead of time to make dinner easier to get on the table for
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Local brewers are seeking to make deeper connection with local food systems BY ANDY NORTHROP MSU Extension LAPEER TWP. — Connecting communities to local food is becoming more and more common as consumers’ interest in knowing where their food comes from grows.read more
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