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Eagle band prepares for halftime

Eagle band prepares for halftime

The Farwell Eagle Marching Band spent much of the summer preparing new music for half-time shows during varsity football games.…

3 to lead Hornet runners

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Harrison cross country teams will begin their season next week, when they hope to get an early look at how their squads will shape…

Bear and her cubs enjoy Gladwin back yard

Bear and her cubs enjoy Gladwin back yard

A female bear and her two cubs had a frolicking good time in this Gladwin back yard on Tuesday.…

Suspected shoplifters

Suspected shoplifters

These two men are suspected of shoplifting from Red’s Oakridge Party Store. If you know who they are please call the Sheriff’s Department.…

MMMC receives quality award

MidMichigan Medical Center – Midland has received the Mission: Lifeline® Silver Receiving Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association for the treatment of…

Beer and Jessop Amusements coming to Farwell Festival

Beer and Jessop Amusements coming to Farwell Festival

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Farwell’s 110th Labor Day Celebration set for September 2nd through the 5th, has something really special to offer this year. The midway is back again! Beer…

Old 27 Car Tour kicks off Harrison’s 125th

Old 27 Car Tour kicks off Harrison’s 125th

By Pat Maurer Correspondent When the 10th annual Old U.S. 27 Motor Tour rolls into town today, it will be a big part of the tenth annual Harrison Street Fair…

In 1800’s Harrison was a boom town

In 1800’s Harrison was a boom town

Excerpts from “Images of America” Harrison, by Angela Kellogg and Cody Beemer Half a century after Harrison’s beginnings in the unbroken wilderness of Northern Michigan and just a few years…

Harrison named in honor of U.S. 9th President

Harrison named in honor of U.S. 9th President

An excerpt from the book outlining the development and history of The Carriage House Inn The original survey of Hayes Township, now a portion of the city of Harrison, was…

Clare spikers hope for better

Clare spikers hope for better

By Ben Murphy Sportswriter First year Clare head volleyball coach Shannon Zinser is the first to admit that things didn’t go as planned for her team last year. The Lady…