For 28 years, the Tri-County Times has published and delivered a sourcebook, which includes everything you need to know about the Tri-County area to our valued readers and advertisers.
Be sure to look in this weekend’s log to find the latest copy.
“The Source Book has successfully brought together local businesses, organizations and residents,” said Jennifer Ward, managing director of the Tri-County Times.
“We couldn’t produce this remarkable book without local advertisers. I encourage residents to use this resource as a reminder to buy local,” Ward said.
Today, the Source Book is still your one-stop reference guide to everything you need to know about living in the Tri-County area.
“All the information you need to know about our community is at your fingertips,” Ward said.
You’ll find information about your local government leaders, all local school districts, businesses, organizations and more. Even our 47 local lakes, plus local, county and state parks are listed and described for your family’s recreational enjoyment.
Local businesses are listed by category and alphabetically to make it user-friendly, whether you’re looking for a local plumber or guitar lessons.
Contributing to the success of the Source Book is its easy-to-use design and award-winning content, making it the trusted resource guide.
Can I use the Source Book in a mobile format?
Because the Source Book is in digital format, it can be used whether you are at home, at work or on the road.
For those using a laptop or desktop computer, go to tctimes.com and hover over the EZ Read tab at the top of the home page and scroll down to the Source Book link.
The digital version of the Source Book will include everything contained in the printed version, including a detailed list of businesses in the region.
Can I get additional copies of the Source Book?
Yes you can! The print version continues to be so popular that many Times readers request additional copies for their vehicles, home offices, or second homes.
Additional copies are available for purchase by calling 810-629-8282. The Tri-County office is located at 256 N. Fenway Dr., Fenton.