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Morrison turns 93

Ruth Morrison turns 93 celebrating with friends and family on September 27.…

Clare still winless

Gladwin’s Jacob Garanfalo booted in the first goal of the game two minutes into the second half against host Clare on Tuesday night, helping give the Pioneers a  2-1 Northern…

Eagle ballers top Marion

The Farwell varsity volleyball team served as hosts of Meridian and Marion on Monday night, topping the Mustangs but falling to the Eagles. The night started off with a 25-16,…

Clare boys runner-up at Holly

The Clare varsity cross country teams competed in the Holly Invitational on Saturday, with the boy’s team coming in second place and the girl’s taking a fourth place finish in…

Clare, Farwell finish 1, 2 at JPC Jamboree

Host Clare took first place in Wednesday’s Jack Pine Conference Jamboree, the first league meet of the season. Clare won the boy’s race with 27 points, Farwell came in second…

Hornets stung by Meridian

Harrison couldn’t keep up with host Meridian Friday night, falling to the host Mustangs 48-13 in Jack Pine Conference football play. “We played hard the whole game,” Harrison head coach…

Rosco nudges Eagles, 15-12

Farwell dropped its second game of the season Friday night, falling 15-12 to host Roscommon in a Jack Pine Conference football contest. The Bucks scored on a Caleb Jernigan six…

Clare rallys to win JPC showdown with Gladwin

Clare rallys to win JPC showdown with Gladwin

  By Ben Murphy Photo By Kim Langlois   Clare gave up 14 first quarter points to host Gladwin in Friday night’s pivotal Jack Pine Conference football contest. However, the…

So much for the truth

Dear Editor,                 My name is Salvatore M. Scozzari Sr. on September 18, 2007 my son William C. Scozzari was shot to death by two police officers, Dwayne Miedzianowski and…

Cutting costs in the right places?

To the Editor’      I wrote recently to inform you of cuts projected by the Clare County Commissioners.  Three highlighted cuts were to Parks & Rec,  Middle Michigan Development and…