Access the County Press 24/7 with our new mobile device link at mcp.mihomepaper.com.

September 21, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Special Sections

Opinion

Editorial

Vigilance is key to stay ahead of pipeline project

More than 400 people attended an open house meeting Wednesday evening hosted by ET Rover Pipeline Company at the Metamora Lions Hall. It’s probably safe to say most went home more frustrated than when they arrived. More...

Letters to the Editor

Outstanding service The purpose of this letter is to let people know of a service provided by Veterans Affairs of Lapeer County. As a veteran of the Vietnam era, I just completed 42 radiation treatments at the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor. More...

Sound Off

Just the facts ma’am! If the proposed ET Rover Pipeline is so beneficial and harmless, then why did Oakland County fight it? Shouldn’t we find out why? Not from company propaganda, but through actual facts. More...

Marketplace

Attica company turns yard waste into asset

ATTICA TWP. — Randy Owen’s career got its kickstart in a Mt. Pleasant gas station on Feb 19, 1974. More...

Dryden, North Branch get expanded breakfast options

LAPEER COUNTY — Dryden High School and North Branch Elementary School were among 58 schools across the state to share in the latest round of grants through the Building Healthy Communities program. More...

Stonegate Health Campus hosts 9-11 special tribute

LAPEER — Stonegate Health Campus held a Family Appreciation Pig Roast last week for residents’ families and to honor those who lost their lives that tragic day in American history, with a special tribute to Sept. 11, 2001. More...

Calendar

Calendar

NEW THIS WEEK

SundayThe Benefit of Laughs adult’s onlyevent at Calvelli’s Eatery and Sprits44 W. Park St., Lapeer on Sunday,Oct. 5. Dinner at 5:30 p.m., comedyshow at 6:30 p.m. Tickets $20 atthe door. More...

Opposition to pipeline grows

METAMORA — Within minutes of the doors opening at the Metamora Lions Club Wednesday evening for an informational meeting with representatives of ET Rover Pipeline Company, the clubhouse was packed and there was a line of people stretching out t More...

Sports Update

Friday Football scores

   Friday, Sept. 19, 2014, 10 p.m.  — LAPEER — Lapeer football beat Saginaw Heritage 55-7. Full Story


News

County commissioners on pipeline: ‘We don’t have any answers yet’

LAPEER — Although the Lapeer County Commission hasn’t taken an official stance on the ET Rover pipeline project coming through southern Lapeer County, the commissioners want the public to know they aren’t ignoring the issue. More...

Democratic Party to hold awards banquet Oct. 4

LAPEER — The Democratic Party of Lapeer County will host its Annual Congressional and Awards Banquet at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 4 at the Lapeer County Center Building in Lapeer. The featured speaker at the dinner will be Sen. More...

Knit, crochet group meets at deAngeli

LAPEER — Do you like to knit or crochet? If so, join the Marguerite deAngeli Branch of the Lapeer District Library, 921 W. Nepessing St., for our knit and crochet group. More...

Obituaries

ESTHER M. STACY

ESTHER M. STACY, 91, a lifetime Lapeer area resident, died Thursday September 18, 2014. She was born July 13, 1923, in Elba Township, to parents Ray and Edna (Potter) Bush. Esther married her Hadley High School sweetheart, Francis J. More...

SANDY STRADER

SANDY STRADER, 49, of Lapeer, died Saturday, September 13, 2014. More...

WILLIAM " BILL" CONRAD

WILLIAM “BILL” CONRAD, 86, a lifetime resident of Lapeer, died Tuesday, September 16, 2014. More...

Sports

Lapeer wins in a rout

Lightning improve to 4-0 with 48-point win over Saginaw Heritage

LAPEER — What started as the first-ever Saginaw Valley League crossover game for the Lapeer varsity football team at home on Friday became a whole lot more after just the first play from scrimmage. More...

From the mailbag

I got a lot of feedback on last week’s column on who is — and isn’t — watching their kids’ athletic endeavors. Actually, I get lots of feedback on a lot of my columns. That’s appreciated more than you know. More...

Playmakers of the Week

PASSING Travis Main (LV) 12-for-18, 281yards., 3 TDWyatt Bannister (IC) 12-26, 222, 3TDElijah Hunt (LA) 8-9, 125, TDMac McGough (NB) 1-1, 25, TD More...

Copyright © 2009-2014 The County Press, All Rights Reserved

Click here for the E-Edition
2014-09-21 digital edition

Unrestricted access available to web site subscribers

Subscribers to the County Press newspaper can now purchase the complete online and E-Edition of the paper for as little as $5 for three months. If you want a six month subscription to the online edition it is $10 and a full year can be purchased for $20.

Non-subscribers can sign up for the online version for $15 for three months, $30 for six months and $60 for an annual subscription.