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Updated – Truck slams into Amish Buggy

Updated – Truck slams into Amish Buggy

There were no serious injuries when an Amish buggy and pickup collided in Clare Tuesday afternoon. Clare Police Chief Dwayne Miedzianowski said the accident happened around 2 p.m. when a…

Harrison softball swept by Meridian, suffers first losses of season

The Harrison Lady Hornets suffered their first Jack Pine Conference setbacks of the season Tuesday night, falling to the visiting Meridian Mustangs 14-3 (six innings) and 10-0 (five innings). Allison…

Clare softball sweeps Farwell, Thayer hits game winning homer

The Clare varsity softball team swept visiting Farwell on Tuesday night, topping the Lady Eagles 6-2 and 4-3 in Jack Pine Conference contests. “I thought we played tough against a…

Clare takes baseball doubleheader against Farwell

Clare took care of visiting Farwell Tuesday night, sweeping the visiting Eagles 15-0 (three innings) and 15-2 (five innings) in a Jack Pine Conference baseball doubleheader. Cameron Smith tossed three…

Clare’s marathon baseball game raises funds for program

Clare’s marathon baseball game raises funds for program

The Clare baseball program held the 12th annual Guy Russell Marathon baseball game on Saturday, at the Duane MacGregor baseball field Brookwood Athletic Complex. According to Clare varsity head coach…

Farwell tracksters host JV meet

The Farwell track team served as hosts of the Farwell Junior Varsity Invitational on Monday, with both the boy’s and girl’s teams coming in second in the four team invite.…

Just more spring bits on the Tobacco

I almost called boss Mike earlier this week. I found a couple of big Morels, each more than four inches tall. They were real beauties, but too far past their…

New Farmer’s Market to start in Farwell

Beginning in June Farwell will have a weekly Farmer’s Market each Saturday. At Monday’s regular meeting, the Farwell Village Council discussed possible appointments to the new Farmer’s Market Committee, which…

Clare City honors Sentinel years of service

The Clare City Commission issued a proclamation of appreciation to The Clare Sentinel Monday outlining 120 years of “a long and distinguished history and value and worth to the citizens…

Strickland, Grams sentenced Monday

In Circuit Court Monday, Judge Thomas Evans sentenced two men to prison time, one for Home Invasion as a habitual offender and the second for Retail Fraud as a habitual…