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Royalty crowned

Royalty crowned

Farwell’s 2013 Homecoming King and Queen were honored last Friday night at the half-time festivities during the Homecoming football game against Meridian. This year’s Homecoming King is King:  Jacob Buccilli ,…

Clare grad dies in motorcycle crash

Clare grad dies in motorcycle crash

By Pat Maurer A woman who attended both Farwell Schools and Clare Schools died September 3 in a motorcycle accident just after midnight in Roseville, near Warren. Charlene Valletta, 24,…

Parolee cuts tether, attempts escape

Parolee cuts tether, attempts escape

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 37-year-old Farwell man, paroled in August for a 2001 after a prison term for an  armed robbery conviction in 2001 in Genesee County,  escaped surveillance…

Runaway teen found in Lake

Runaway teen found in Lake

By Pat Maurer Correspondent After a two-day search, Kaylee Smith-Sanders, the 14-year-old Farwell youngster reported missing Monday, has been found in the Lake area, Clare County Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski reported…

Marshall orders hit on husband

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Harrison woman, Melody Marshall, 47, is facing murder solicitation charges after she allegedly attempted to have her husband murdered. According to a release from the…

BOC Budget approved, new Hayes supervisor speaks

By Genine Hopkins Clare County’s Board of Commissioners (BOC) voted to approve the fiscal year 2014 budget, something they have worked on hard for the past several months.  Their regular…

History groups create fall color tours

History groups create fall color tours

Fall is a great time for leaf peepers to visit Clare County .  Now members of the Clare County and Farwell Area Historical Museums have created two new tours that…

Johnson receives flag

State Rep. Joel Johnson proudly displays an American flag from Operation Enduring Freedom from Corporal Scott E. Taylor of Harrison in his Lansing office. “I appreciate this gift a great…

Reflections– Needed: A national sense of right or wrong

By Roger Campbell “Anything goes.” Those two words describe too much of what is happening in our struggling society. We seem to have lost our sense of right and wrong.…

MMCC BBQ raises $20K for scholarships

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Mid Michigan Community College’s Annual Fall BBQ hit a high note, serving 1,496 meals and it is expected to raise roughly $20,000 for student scholarships.  Attendance…