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‘Cops’ are a good neighbor

I am writing this because I would like to extend my appreciation to my neighbors, Cops And Doughnuts, for all the help they have given me. Recently when I lost…

Bring rail-trail through Clare

To the Editor,   It is reassuring to read that local business owners are concerned about bringing more potential customers to the City through their enthusiastic support of the development…

Resolution time — again

Yes Al, I am writing about New Year’s Resolutions again, and no, it isn’t the same column as last year…just similar. After all these years, I’ve already written about most…

Youngster’s death spawns thousands of good deeds

Jeez, maybe the Mayans were right, but their calendar was a few months off. After reading about the twenty, six and seven year old students and six teachers gunned down…

Cougars here? Three arrested for poaching

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   A copy of a blog entitled “Here Kitty, kitty!” accompanied by an anonymous letter to the editor shows a trail camera photo of…

Blain first to graduate

The Early College of Farwell Area Schools celebrated its first graduate, Trevor Blain, on December 17 during a ceremony held at the Jamie Performing Arts Center. Blain graduated from Farwell…

Surrey okays cemetery tree removal

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   The Surrey Township Cemetery will look different but be much safer after 53 dangerous trees are removed this winter, Cemetery Board Chair Larry…

Board bids Burger goodbye as year ends

Board bids Burger goodbye as year ends

By Erich T. Doerr Review Correspondent   The December 19th Clare County Board of Commissioners meeting was the last one of 2012 and with it came some final actions and…

Nokes charged with incest

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent William J. Nokes, 45, of Farwell, is facing three counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct, 3rd Degree (incest) relating to his biological daughter. Each felony…

400 area families assisted

400 area families assisted

120 volunteers in Santa hats helped make sure there were gifts under the Christmas tree and food on the table for 425 low-income area families last Saturday, courtesy of the…