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Listening Ear is always there

Are you feeling helpless, or hopeless?  Do you need someone to talk to, or want to know where to find assistance? Listening Ear crisis center is where help begins! Their…

Provide safe stable environment

Michigan’s future success relies on the healthy growth and development of all children. During April, National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Eagle Village encourages individuals to step forward to ensure all…

FDA moves to regulate electronic cigarettes

Three years after saying it would regulate e-cigarettes, the Food and Drug Administration is moving to control not only these battery-powered devices but also cigars, pipe tobacco, hookahs (water pipes)…

$200 raised for animal shelter

Clare students participated in a bake sale to help raise funds for the Clare County Animal Shelter. Students brought in baked goods and sold them throughout the day in their…

Golf Tips – Master Strategy

By Thom Slusher Bubba Watson won this years Masters.  He is known as one of the longest hitters and an aggressive player.  Did you happen to hear what his strategy…

Eagles drop two to Pine River

Eagles drop two to Pine River

By Ben Murphy Farwell baseball head coach Erik Schunk didn’t take comfort in the fact that his Eagles lost to a good team. Host  Pine River topped Farwell 12-4 and…

Lady Hornets sweep St. Louis, Coleman – now 9-1

By Ben Murphy Harrison has passed just about every early season test to date. The Lady Hornet softball team continued its winning ways this week, sweeping a pair of doubleheaders.…

Lady Eagles drop 2

Lady Eagles drop 2

By Ben Murphy Host Valley Lutheran handed Farwell a pair of non-league softball losses Monday night, topping the Lady Eagles 5-0 and 7-2. Kate Saupe suffered the loss in game…

Lady Pioneers win two

By Ben Murphy The Clare softball team took the brooms to visiting Beal City on Thursday, April 17, topping the Lady Aggies by duplicate scores of 11-1. Katya Halfmann won…

The Shootist is retiring

After 12 years of providing pistol classes to citizens from all over the state, Mark Walter, the operator of the Shootist is retiring this fall. The popular classes, held at…