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Adopt a Pet — Save a life!

OLD YELLER 239D13: Old Yeller is a stray that was found in Clare.  Old Yeller is an adult dog that weighs around 65lbs.  Old Yeller knows basic commands and walks…

Letters

Dear Editor: It was a wonderful experience working with the Clare 8th Grade band and their director Melissa Sapienza. I was a guest conductor for the Spring Concert and was…

Reflections- Let it Go!

By Roger Campbell Sitting at my computer, I pondered how to answer a letter from a bitter man; bitter because he refused to let go of an attitude that was…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- Camping, cleaning and completing projects

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Well it is here now – summer has begun again. Remember when I said it will be September 1 before we know it? Well it is…

Mike’s Musings- Finally a champion at Harrison High

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor Kudos to the Harrison Girl’s Softball Team. For the very first time, they have been crowned Jack Pine Conference Champions with an excellent 22-3 overall record as…

Harrison author writes touching expose’ of childhood

Harrison author writes touching expose’ of childhood

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Growing up in the 50s in an impoverished family with a browbeaten mother and an explosively volatile and abusive father can be a hard thing to…

Timberland renovations may be put on hold

By Cathy Taylor Correspondent The Farwell Public Schools Board of Education met for their second regular session of the month on Monday, May 20th at 7 pm. All board members…

MMCC awards scholarship

MMCC awards scholarship

Area eighth graders received Junior High Honors Achievement Scholarships from Mid Michigan Community College on May 15th.  The awards were distributed at a luncheon held on MMCC’s Harrison Campus. The…

Park gets $9k grant

Veterans Freedom Park is proud to announce that on Monday, May 6, 2013 we were presented with our first official grant for $9,000 from Tamara Howell with TransCanada! TransCanada’s role…

Rampaging rains wreak havoc

Rampaging rains wreak havoc

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A sudden storm that dumped 3.5 inches of rain on Clare in less than an hour early Wednesday morning caused some flooding in the city and…