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Back door politics at Wise Twp.

Dear Editor: Wise township met tonight to award the bids for their winter snow removal.  I wonder if the voters know the back door politics that are going on in…

Poor and waiting in the cold for a little help

Dear Editor, I am a concerned citizen from the Harrison area. I am poor and have to collect food from several food banks in the area. My concern is for…

Survival when the power is out

Dear Mike, I understand your being upset by the lack of electricity due to the recent storm. We too lost our power for three days on the outskirts of Harrison,…

Problems with Obamacare

Dear Editor, I am writing to express some observations and problems I see with Obamacare. To be certain, Obamacare is a horrible, and unconstitutional, law. The problem is that the…

Just Thinking– On a more serious note

Dr. Ray Augenstein I don’t have the space to give attention to this subject, that I think it deserves. But it is a very serious subject, and one I think…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Snow brings on the holiday spirit

Pat Maurer, Reveiw Correspondent Well you can blame it all on me. I was just talking about how nice this fall has been, mentioning Indian summer and the scent on…

Disabled Vets must file exemption affidavit

Recently Governor Snyder signed into law Public Act 161 of 2013. This ACT amends MCL 211.7b regarding property tax exemption for disabled veterans, who were discharged from the Armed Forces…

Craig Arthur Henze

Craig Arthur Henze, age 61, of Farwell, passed away unexpectedly on October 28, 2013.  Craig was born in Detroit on December 17, 1951 to Arthur F. Henze Jr. and Patricia…

Elmer LeRoy Curns

Elmer LeRoy Curns of Harrison, Michigan passed away, Thursday, November 21, 2013 at the age of 74 after a lengthy illness. Elmer was born April 12, 1939 in Roscommon County…

Bartering is big business at CHS

Bartering is big business at CHS

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent The Gymnasium at Clare High School resembled a crowded mall at Christmas. Pairs of high school partnerships dreamed up products they manufactured, marketed and sold at…