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105 and still driving!

On Sunday, August 19, 2012 Bill Burden of Mt. Pleasant, Michigan celebrated his 105th birthday among a multitude of friends and family. Bill was born August 25th in 1907. Not…

Clare WWTP project almost completed

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   “Financially we are close to finished with the Waste Water Treatment Plant project,” Treasurer Steven Kingsbury said at the August 6 Clare City Commission…

Clare wins Chip-Hills X-Country invite

By Ben Murphy The Clare and Farwell varsity cross Country teams competed in the Remus Chippewa Hills Early Season Invitational on Tuesday, and was highlighted by the Clare boy’s team…

Hornets hope to improve on 2-7 in 2011

By Ben Murphy The Harrison football team finished 2-7 in 2011, though the Hornets are hoping that 2012 translates into their first winning season since 2000. Returning to the team…

Farwell hopes new coach continues trend

By Ben Murphy The Farwell football team has made great strides in recent years, making the playoffs in 2010 and backing that up with a solid 4-5 record a year…

Clare eyes 6th straight title

By Ben Murphy   The Clare Pioneer football team has won the last five Jack Pine Conference titles and 10 of the last 12. 25th year head coach Kelly Luplow…

Car, buggy collide

Only minor injuries were reported early Saturday morning after an Amish buggy was hit by a 2006 Chevrolet Express Van on M61 at Athey Road in Hamilton Township. The Clare…

Weaver graduates, begins golf career

Josh Weaver, son of Tom and Pam Weaver of Clare, recently graduated from Ferris State University. He attended Grand Valley State University for 2 years, from 2006 through 2008, as…

Crop Walk looking for walkers

Recruiters for the Clare County CROP Hunger Walk picked up their recruitment packets at the walk rally on Sunday, August 5, at Clare Assembly of God Church on Colonville Rd.…

Board looks to trim $700k from 2013 budget

By Erich T. Doerr After completing its business in the regular Board of Commissioners and Committee of the Whole meetings last week the Clare County board staying in attendance for…