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It was a great holiday

Holiday weekends are really the best, aren’t they? And, this was one right up near the very top of my list of person best times. It was as close to…

Clare City approves funds for soccer fields

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   The next step in the process to develop a Clare Soccer Complex happened last Monday when the City Commission okayed an agreement with the…

Clare BOE hears requests to add bowling, volleyball

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   With the approval of Athletic Director Jack Kramer, Gateway Lanes owner Jack Gross proposed that the Clare Board of Education add bowling as a…

Grant Twp. asks for $4467 back, BOC balks

  Erich T. Doerr | Review Correspondent During its meeting on Monday the Clare County Board of Commissioners was presented with information from several sources outside the board. The topics…

Clare celebrates Christmas on 1st

Clare’s annual Christmas Celebration is set for next Saturday, December 1 all over town. The day’s events begin with the arrival of Santa at Ponderosa to have breakfast with the…

Wilson tells BOC layoffs necessary because inmates down

Wilson tells BOC layoffs necessary because inmates down

Erich T. Doerr | Review Correspondent The Clare Board of Commissioners meet on Monday to tackle several issues. Much of the day’s actions related to law enforcement including a visit…

Farwell man faces life in “turfing” of friends lawn

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   A Farwell man is facing up to life in prison after he was arrested and arraigned for attempted murder for shooting at a passing…

I am president

Dear Editor, Voting day, Tuesday November 6, 2012, I found myself in a quandary so to speak. Voting upon the important issues, I made my choices. Particularly concerning the local…

Unfair discrimination in the court room

Dear Editor, Mr. Young I understand just how you feel. I served this country as well, for which I was awarded Kuwaiti liberation medals from the countries of Kuwait and…

CGRESD survey

Dear Editor: Recently, more than 4,000 6th-12th grade students in Clare and Gladwin counties participated in a survey to assess their attitudes and behaviors related to various aspects of their…