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Investigation underway after finding body in Imlay City

MSP and Imlay City police investigate discovery of body. (LAPEER COUNTY) – Michigan State Police and Imlay City law enforcement are continuing their investigation, following the discovery Tuesday morning of a deceased body next to a dumpster behind the Imlay City Burger King along M-53 near the fairgrounds. In addition...
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Tankers at Lapeer County, Michigan House Fire

Another tragic fire in Lapeer County. My heart goes out to the homeowners. Assist from City of Lapeer Fire Department. Another great stop by Lapeer County Fire Departments. Radio traffic courtesy of Broadcastify, edited by me. Please do not fly drones at emergency scenes as it is generally a bad...
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L.C. Adult Ed. program graduates 11 students

LAPEER COUNTY — Despite the challenges presented by the past year’s pandemic, Lapeer County’s Adult Education program has graduated 11 students. Adult Education Coordinator Annette Schlaud announced the names of the program’s 2021 graduating class this week. Schlaud said the hybrid graduation ceremony took place on Wednesday, June 9, with...
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Columbiaville man named hero for saving man’s life after crash

LAPEER COUNTY, Mich. (WJRT) - A 60-year-old man in Lapeer County is being called a hero for saving a man’s life whose car flipped off of a bridge and into the water. On Friday night, Lapeer County deputies were called to Marathon Bridge in Columbiaville about a car that had flipped into the Holloway Reservoir. However, when first responders arrived, the victim was already out of the water thanks to one man’s quick actions.
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COVID-19 deaths surpass 200 mark in Lapeer County

TRI-CITY AREA — Lapeer County has surpassed the 200 mark for COVID-19 deaths. On Thursday, June 10, the health department reported two residents had died from the virus, putting Lapeer County’s total death count at 201. Last month, St. Clair County surpassed the 400 deaths mark. As of Monday, June...
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More than 1,000 without power in Lapeer County

LAPEER TOWNSHIP, MI -- There are more than 1,000 customers without power in areas of Lapeer and Lapeer Township, according to DTE Energy. The power outage reported just before 7 a.m., Monday, June 14, has affected 1,069 DTE Energy customers, most of which are in Lapeer Township. An area of...
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I-69 road work to affect M-53 exit

As part of the ongoing rebuilding of I-69 in St. Clair and Lapeer County, the on and off ramps at M-53 near Imlay City will be closed starting today for replacement. The Michigan Department of Transportation says traffic eastbound on I-69 wishing to exit on M-53 will be detoured at Lake Pleasant Road. Westbound traffic wishing to exit at Imlay City will be detoured at Capac Road. The ramps to M-53 are expected to reopen July 1st. The overall project is expected to be completed by November.
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​Lily Pad Springs Is Michigan’s Largest Splash Pad [VIDEO]

Pack up the babies and grab the old ladies, it's time to head to Lily Pad Springs - Michigan's Largest splash pad. This place looks awesome, and bonus it is not too far of a drive from Genesee County and Lapeer County. According to my ninja like math skills (Google) you can be there from both Flint and Lapeer in about an hour.
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Court: Lapeer County judge who lost race gets 6-year ban for misconduct

LAPEER, Mich. (AP) - A judge who lost re-election in November while a misconduct case against him was pending will be barred from serving again for six years. The Michigan Supreme Court announced the result Friday against former Lapeer County Judge Byron Konschuh. The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission announced results of an investigation into him last August.
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Former Lapeer County Judge barred from serving again for six years

LAPEER- (WJRT) (AP) (06/11/21)- A judge who lost reelection in November while a misconduct case against him was pending will be barred from serving again for six years. The Michigan Supreme Court announced the result Friday against former Lapeer County Judge Byron Konschuh. The misconduct case against Konschuh stemmed from acts that occurred when he was a judge and years earlier when he was a prosecutor. Konschuh deposited at least 42 checks totaling more than $1,000 into his personal accounts when he was prosecutor. They were fees owed by a collections company hired in bad check cases. Konschuh argued that he used the money to reimburse a portion of his personal spending on office snacks and other expenses.