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Ribbon cutting set for Center

Ribbon cutting set for Center

Mid Michigan Community College will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Morey Technical Education Center on its Mt. Pleasant Campus on October 30th at 4:30pm on the corner…

Deputies looking for tattoo thieves

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare County Sheriff’s Department Deputies are looking for the thief or thieves that broke into a Harrison tattoo shop October 9th. According to a release from…

2014 Marion Snowmobile Club October Swap

October 11, 2014 was a great day for swapping at the Marion Fairgrounds. Despite a frost covered infield that looked much like snow several vendors circled the track offering trasures…

C’mon Up to Clare County, Michigan This Fall

A nice video by Marty Johnson that showcases the color of fall in Clare County.…

Fire ravages Lake Eagles Recreation Center

Fire ravages Lake Eagles Recreation Center

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Michigan Fraternal Order of Eagles is expected to rebuild after fire ravaged its restaurant, 23-room hotel and office facility Tuesday at the Michigan Eagles Family Recreation…

Industrial Park, road reconstruction begins

Industrial Park, road reconstruction begins

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In his City Manager’s Report Monday evening, Ken Hibl told the City Commission that “water main is installed along nearly the (one mile) length of Colonville…

Farwell to hire new teacher

Farwell to hire new teacher

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An earlier decision to fill a tech position rather than a K-6 Spanish teacher was changed at the Farwell Board of Education meeting Monday evening. Superintendent…

Candidates vye for school board, MMCC positions

By Pat Maurer Correspondent All three Clare County school districts have seats available on their boards. Farwell has the most. Seven candidates will be on the ballot November 4th in…

Non-homestead millage on ballot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent On November 4th, Voters from Clare, Harrison and Farwell School Districts will cast ballots that determine if the 18-mill non-homestead property tax will be renewed for…

30th Crop Walk earns over $10,000

30th Crop Walk earns over $10,000

A sunny fall day on Sunday, September 28th, helped 46 walkers and volunteers celebrate 30 years of raising funds to help hungry people.  Paul Robb, Master of Ceremonies, thanked everyone…