On 02/28/12 the Clare County Sheriff’s Office initiated a traffic stop on a subject at the corner of First St. and Main St. in the city of Harrison. During the investigation of the stop deputies located in the vehicle a mobile Methamphetamine Lab. The driver of the vehicle, a 30 year old Harrison resident, was arrested for manufacture of Methamphetamine and DWLS. BAYANET (Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team) along with the Sheriff’s Office assisted in the investigation and disposal of the lab. The incident is still under investigation.
Tara Hovey, Attorney at Law, has announced that she is a candidate for the Probate Court Judgeship. The Probate Court, serving Clare and Gladwin Counties, handles cases that include estates and trusts, divorce and child custody, juvenile law, adoptions and guardianships. The Probate judge is entrusted with protecting some of our most vulnerable citizens. Tara Hovey, of Clare, has been representing clients in Clare and Gladwin counties since 1996. Tara Hovey stated that she would be an effective Probate Judge because she has the well rounded background and wide variety of legal experience needed. She states “My parents divorced in [...]
With nearly half of their members absent, Harrison Community Schools’ Board of Education was barely able to reach a quorum at Monday’s meeting. The officers – Treasurer Floyd Dennis, Secretary Denise Haskin, Vice President Connie Cauchi and President Marie Roth – conducted the district’s business in front of a group consisting mostly of High School seniors, taking notes as part of a class requirement. As it turns out, the seniors had plenty of notes to take; the Board’s agenda included 11 information/discussion items and seven action items. Most of the information/discussion items ended up being very little in the way [...]
The longest discussion at Farwell’s Board of Education meeting on Monday night centered around the Chinese Immersion program the district initiated two years ago. At their last meeting, the Board requested that the Elementary staff meet to discuss how they would like to proceed with the program. Elementary Principal Tim Moore reported, “We met as a group; we decided we like the model that we have. We believe that it’s best for students. Not only students who are in the Chinese Immersion program, but students who are not in the immersion program get the benefits of smaller class sizes.” That [...]
I read your comments about your mom and how it is affecting you now. As I told you I have many years of experience with Alzheimer family’s and those stricken with the disease. My grandparents, two of them, lived with my family for all of my teen years prior to their death even at our house, and my dad having it just a few years ago. I know the stages your mom is in and will go through yet. I got myself educated about it and am still an avid member of the Alzheimer’s assoc. and I can tell you in all honesty [...]
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