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Get out of Afghanistan now

As the masterful orator – speaking of President Obama- prepares his speech for the United Nations General Assembly- a speech that debunks the idea that the yet unrecognized Palestinean state…

Facebook page blasts local newspaper

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A Facebook page has been developed objecting to “unfair” reporting by the Clare Sentinel. Carl Bryans of Clare said he developed the site “to put…

Marshall begins twenty-sixth term on Farwell Village Council

Once again Farwell voters have given long-term council member Elton Marshall the go-ahead for another term on the board. This will be his twenty-sixth. Marshall, 85, has served on the…

Marshall, Gunden, Hamilton win Farwell seats

Farwell Village Council incumbents Elton Marshall, and Vicky Gunden were re-elected to four-year terms on the board in Tuesday’s election. 30 voters turned out for the annual Village election. Marshall…

Harrison BOE 9/12/11

At Monday night’s Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Tom House announced to the Harrison Board that all three of the teachers that were laid off had been called back to…

Off To College

This column originally was written in 2006. It bears repeating.   This month thousands of kids are headed off to college. For many of them this will be their first…

Midge back on the job

Clare Police Chief Dwayne Miedzianowski is back on the job. Placed on paid administrative leave for a couple of different incidents that are being investigated, the Chief has been twiddling…

Frost predicted for this week!

I just got an email from the weather center in Grand Rapids that said our first frost of the season is expected Thursday or Friday. It’s too soon! By the…

Wysocki arrested

On 12 Sept ll. at approx. 2100 hours a Clare County Sheriff Deputy caught a male subject breaking into Hilts Plumbing and Heating located on Second Street in Harrison. The…

Farwell agrees to share bill

The Farwell Village Council changed their minds Monday night and voted 6-1, with Elton Marshall voting no, to pay one-third of the engineering and design costs for the South Road…