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Lizyness displays

The work of Saginaw Valley State University student Kristi Lizyness, of Harrison, will be featured as part of SVSU’s annual Science and Engineering Symposium. Lizyness, a biology major, will present…

Pirnstill’s dream still a reality in Farwell

Eleven years ago Tom and Paula Pirnstill had a dream to provide information to the public in regards to health care after dealing with their own health issues. In the…

McLaren names Boge chairman

McLaren Health Care is pleased to announce Daniel Boge as Chairman of the McLaren Health Care Corporation Board of Directors succeeding David McCredie who is retiring after 22 years of…

Here’s how to avoid skin cancer

Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the US, and each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than the combined incidence of breast, prostate, lung and…

Women’s Health Week focuses on diabetes

This year, National Women’s Health Week is May 10-May 16, 2015. The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing National Women’s Health Week throughout the month of May by…

70 attend Sensory Friendly Movie Day

Close to 70 people from four area counties recently attended the third annual Sensory Friendly Family Movie Day at Celebration Cinema in Mount Pleasant; organized by the early childhood partners…

McLaren receives an A

McLaren Central Michigan received an “A” grade, the highest score possible, in the Spring 2015 Hospital Safety ScoreSM report. The hospital is considered the safest hospital in the 60-mile radius…

Cutest Pet Contest

It’s time for our annual pet contest. Get out your cameras, give your pets a bath and post their pics on our Facebook page. Contest starts Friday so don’t delay.…

26 lb Turkey bagged opening day

Jared Stiglich of Isabella County shot this Big beauty on Opening Turkey Season! He dropped this 26#, 9” & 4 1/4” Double Beard with 1” spurs running away at 25…

Clare thinclads sweep boys’ and girls’ meets Wednesday

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Clare dominated the opening portion of its Jack Pine Conference schedule on Wednesday, as the Pioneers competing at home, swept both the boys’ and girls’…