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Fall color tour time again

by Pat Maurer I’m not really sure where last month went. Wasn’t it just August? Well, October is really here now. Time to start thinking about football, witches and black…

Prosecutor starts new vehicle forfeiture program

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent According to a letter dated August 15, Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis “is implementing a new vehicle forfeiture program” , with a target date of…

Medical marijuana proponents bash column

by Mike Wilcox Editor in Chief/Owner The medical marijuana lobby has spoken, or should I say written. Last week’s “You and the Law” column, written by long time REVIEW contributing…

Charges denied for Clare ‘spanking’ incident

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent No charges will be filed against a Clare teacher accused of spanking students as a punishment. Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis issued a “Denial of…

Clare officer fired, investigation underway

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent An eight-veteran of the Clare Police Department, Sergeant Rich Ward, has been fired from the department, City Manager Ken Hibl said in a press release…

MSP investigating Isabella inmate death

By Pat Maurer The Mount Pleasant Michigan State Police are investigating the death of jail inmate Bradford T. Gibson, 36, of East Orange, New Jersey, who died at the Isabella…

Higgins joins Star Signs of Clare

Star Signs (formally Vinyl Graphics & Sign), located at 2141 E. Ludington Dr, Clare, is proud to announce and welcome Brandi Higgins as its new Vinyl & Graphic Designer/Project Manager.…

Inmate dies while in police custody

At approximately 3:00 a.m. this morning, Bradford T. Gibson, a 35 year old male inmate was found unconscious, not breathing and had no pulse.  CPR was immediately initiated, but unfortunately,…

Police Chief cleared

Clare Police Chief Dwayne Miedzianowski, on administrative leave since July 28 because of allegations related to a drug investigation, has been cleared of any wrongdoing, according to an email from…

The truth will set you free

Dear Editor, “The truth will set you free.” That’s a famous bible line. The problem is we don’t hear much truth. Our federal government says we have 9%-ish unemployment. Who…

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