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Troopers visit Farwell Schools

Troopers visit Farwell Schools

Trooper White and Sergeant Cook of the Michigan State Police visited Farwell Elementary Wednesday September 30th. The students discussed important information about what an emergency is, preparing for an emergency,…

Clare kickers win in overtime, now 11-5-1

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer It took overtime and a big come back to do it but the Clare soccer team won its road game at Big Rapids Crossroads Tuesday…

Farwell spikers fall to Beavers

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Farwell volleyball team dropped a Jack Pine Conference match in straight sets last week, as Beaverton grabbed a 25-10, 25-16 and 25-10 victory. Grace…

Harrison 7th grade volleyball results

On Tuesday, September 15th, the 7th grade volleyball teams faced the Gladwin Flying G’s at Gladwin Middle School.  The 7th grade B team played 2 matches.  In the first match,…

Lady Hornets drop two matches

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Harrison didn’t pull of a win but still had a good showing in its Jack Pine Conference volleyball match at Houghton Lake, on Wednesday Sept.…

Kinberg finishes 3rd in state muzzleloading tourney

Kinberg finishes 3rd in state muzzleloading tourney

Three local youth represented Clare County at the 2015 State 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament held on August 15, 2015 at the Blue Water Sportsman’s Association near Port Huron, Michigan. This…

Two youth hunters score

Two youth hunters score

Longlois, McGuire compete

Joshua Longlois and Mike McGuire of Clare, have  entered one head of Swine in the division of the 42nd annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). The NAILE is recognized…

Therapy changes Samples life

Therapy changes Samples life

More than six years of increasing muscle weakness, terrible knee pain and balance problems plagued James Samples every day, until physical therapy at MidMichigan Health Park – Harrison helped him…

Grant offers MMCC students more support

Mid Michigan Community College has successfully completed its Title III Grant, a $2 million dollar, 5-year federal grant that helped MMCC improve student success. Just before the college received the…