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Tragedy times two – Father backs over 3-year-old daughter

Tragedy times two – Father backs over 3-year-old daughter

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Clare community is mourning after a freak accident Monday afternoon took the life of a rural Clare child. Around 4 p.m. May 26, Clare County…

Honoring our Heroes

Honoring our Heroes

Parades and ceremonies marked this years Memorial Day activities in Clare , Farwell and Harrison. A parade and ceremonies was also held in Farwell and special Memorial Day ceremonies to…

Hayes Twp. moving forward on project

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent An estimated $2.6 million Hayes Township development project is moving forward, according to Township Supervisor Terry Acton. The township will put the project out for construction…

Man dies when deer runs into his motorcycle

William A. Haggadone, 52, of Big Rapids and formerly of Harrison, died May 24 in a motorcycle-deer collision near Mesick. The accident happened on M-37 just east of Mesick around…

Churchill, Gregory honored at Clare meeting

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Keys of Excellence and resolutions of achievement were awarded to Retiring Mid Michigan Community College President Carol Churchill and Clare Police Chief and former K-9 officer…

Harrison students walk in support of Safe Routes

On Friday, May 23 Harrison Community Schools sponsored a walk to school event as one of the activities in support of a Safe Routes to School Grant application.  Along with…

Community Events May 30, 2014

COLEMAN TO HOST VARIETY SHOW A variety show is coming to Coleman on Saturday, June 28 entitled, “Broadway on Railway”. The event is scheduled to be at 6:30 pm with…

Artist of the Month at Willow

 By Sandra Doherty The Clare County Arts Council presents Deb Hoyt as Artist of the Month.  Deb is showing needlework designs at the Willow in downtown Clare through the month…

FHS students score well on exam

Several world language students from Farwell High School attained national recognition for excellent performance on the 2014 National Spanish Examinations. More than half of the students who took the exam…

Suspected odor issue unresolved at Northern Oaks

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A Hayes Township resident recited claims against the Waste Management-owned and operated Northern Oaks Recycling and Disposal Facility less than two miles from his home. In…

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