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Roscommon snaps a 16 game losing streak

The Farwell Eagles fell victim to the Roscommon Bucks, as the bucks win 20-12. The win marked Roscommon’s first win since defeating Beaverton, September 18th, 2009. The Eagles with look…

Clare moves to 2-1, defeats Gladwin 31-6

Jackson Gross continued his stellar season on the ground, running for 222 yards on three touchdowns. Quarterback Brent Luplow was 8-13 for 96 yards, all 8 completions going to Aaron…

Meridian runs over Harrison, 49-21

By Ethan Richards As Harrison (0-2) prepared to square off against the Sanford Meridian Mustangs (2-0), the home opener for the Hornets seemed to be a lopsided matchup. This notion…

Six vie for Farwell Council seats

 By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Two challengers will each try for one of three seats open on the Farwell Village Council next Tuesday. Challengers Gina Hamilton and Kay Williams are…

Get a Grip

You and the Law Richard S. Allen, Attorney at Law What’s gone wrong with you people? I come back from vacation and what do I find? Sarah says the Chief…

Wilbur W. “Bill” Weldon

Wilbur W. “Bill” Weldon, age 83, of Clare, passed away peacefully on Friday, Sept. 2, at his home.  He was born the son of William M. and Mildred (Haines) Weldon…

Fern June (Siel) Devereaux

Fern June (Siel) Devereaux, of Foley, Alabama, formerly of St. Johns, Michigan, passed away suddenly on August 4, 2011, at the age of 81. She was born the daughter of…

Ann Louise Joseph

Ann Louise Joseph – age 68 of Farwell, died at home Friday, September 2, 2011. She was born December 2, 1942 the daughter of Everett and Ila Mae (Blain) Joseph…

Grant to help homeless

A grant received from the Kathy Rynearson Homelessness Prevention Services Endowment Fund at the Clare County Community Foundation will help us in connecting those in danger of becoming homeless with…

Harrison loses a close contest, 34-33:

The Harrison Hornets fell victim to a one point contest, losing a heartbreaker to the Evart Wildcats. Going into halftime, the hornets led 20-14. Going into the 4th quarter, down…