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Reflections- Memorial Day – A day to remember

By Roger Campbell, author, broadcaster and columnist and a pastor for 22 years. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, was first celebrated on May 30, 1868 on an order from…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces- Books and Blooms

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent It is still May, but I saw the first June Bug of the season this afternoon (Tuesday). He thought he was going to come inside I…

Mike’s Musings- Take time out to honor our dead heroes

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor How many of us know the true meaning of Memorial Day? I would guess not many of us under 50, do? For most of us nowadays, Memorial…

Concert schedule announced

Load up your lawn chairs or picnic blankets and come downtown Clare to enjoy a seven week long outdoor concert series in the Clare City Park! Starting Thursday, June 6th…

MMCC graduates 568 students

Mid Michigan Community College held two commencement ceremonies on May 4th to honor this year’s graduates.  In total, 568 students were eligible to receive degrees, and over 175 graduates attended…

Schuh not happy that county chose another cleaning firm

By Genine Hopkins Clare County’s Board of Commissioners met on Wednesday, May 17, 2013, at 9 a.m.  Below are some of the items discussed: Bill Schuh, of Schuh’s Cleaning, spoke…

Local youth send “visual letters” to china

Local youth send “visual  letters” to china

Thousands of Michigan kindergarten through sixth grade children participated in the 2013 4-H Art Exchange with China. Of those thousands, eighty pieces were selected to send to China.  Artwork by…

Burbank completes Early College

Burbank completes Early College

By Cathy Taylor                                                                                                                          Correspondent Kirsten Burbank was honored by the Farwell Board of Education last Monday evening for her successful completion of the Early College Program. After completion of her thirteenth…

Storm rips through Coleman area

Storm rips through Coleman area

                    A sudden violent storm went through the area Monday afternoon, downing limbs and electric lines and leaving many homes in…

Surrey adds to slew of community gardens in area

Surrey adds to slew of community gardens in area

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Surrey Township Library is sporting a brand new Community Garden behind the building in Farwell. With the help of Bill Mathews, Associate Professor of Social Sciences…