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Harrison skiers qualify for State

Harrison skiers qualify for  State

Last week on Tuesday, February 11th, local High School ski teams traveled to Caberfae Peaks in Cadillac for Regionals, in hopes of qualifying for States. In a season of young…

5 county wrestlers advance to State

Clare and Farwell competed in the individual wrestling regionals on Saturday in Kingsley. Three Pioneer wrestlers will continue in the state finals while two for the Eagles move on as…

Couture named to Fall Honors List

Kendra Couture of Harrison was named to the Fall 2013 Honors List at Mary Baldwin College. Students named to the Honors List earned grade point averages of 3.75 to 4.00.…

Lady Eagles bounce Coleman

By Ben Murphy The Farwell girls’ basketball team picked up a non-conference win over Coleman on Monday night, topping the Lady Comets 38-29. “It was a nice game for the…

Clare boys win 2, now 9-3

By Ben Murphy Clare played at Roscommon on Friday, and though the Pioneer boys’ basketball team trailed after the first quarter, they managed to regroup for a 62-57 win. Clare…

Hornets topple Marion, 57-40

By Ben Murphy Harrison fell behind visiting Marion after one quarter of play Tuesday night but the Hornets picked up their game from there, winning the non-conference boys’ basketball game…

Lady Pioneers win three

By Ben Murphy Clare girls win in Gaylord, clinch fourth straight JPC title with win over Rosco. Clare got off to an unusual slow start in Gaylord Tuesday night. Still,…

Hanner gets 50 year award

Al Hanner getting his 50 years award in masonry presented to him by Most Worshipful Grand Master Raymond C. Lemons PM IN Venice Florida this Winter. With him is his wife…

Kleinhardt named No. Traditions feature artist

Tickets are now available for the Mid Michigan Community College Foundation’s annual fundraiser – A Northern Tradition.  The Thirteenth annual event will be held from 6PM-9PM on April 27th at…

Her 276 lb weight loss has brought fame

Her 276 lb weight loss has brought fame

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It will soon be the third anniversary of the day that Mid Michigan Community College Retention Advisor Theresa Borawski, with God’s help, changed her whole life.…