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A sampling of Christmas Wish letters received

In need of assistance with rent To whom it May Concern, I write this letter somewhat reluctantly, as I have never been one to ask for handouts, however this year,…

Local psychics protest pipeline at Standing Rock

Local psychics protest pipeline at Standing Rock

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Barry and Beth Gilmer of Reed City, psychics who offer their services in Clare at Always Healing, will be going to support the Standing Rock protest…

Girls run 3 miles in Midland

Farwell names Students of Character

Farwell Elementary November Students of Character Back row left to right Kylee Greathouse, Lindsay Esterline, Clara Wrona, Kelsey Kihn, Spencer Brown, and Katyanna Boulton. Front row left to right Emma…

CTE students of the month named

The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District’s Career & Technical Education program has announced its Students of the Month for October. The administration and staff congratulate these students, who were selected…

MMCC auto training certified

The automotive training program at Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC) in Harrison, Michigan has recently received reaccreditation by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). NATEF is a non-profit, independent…

Dems expected to replace Kleinhardt as BOC chairman

By John Raffel Correspondent Jack Kleinhardt will be continuing in his role as District 4 commissioner for Clare County. But it’s very possible he won’t be continuing as chairman. Kleinhardt…

Clare says “no thanks” to $375K grant

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Citing the estimated $85,000 expense to replace the Woodlawn Avenue bridge, and uncertainty over the coming expense for the renovations to the Little Tobacco Drain, Clare…

CMDHD offers MIHP for women

Central Michigan District Health Department offers the Maternal and Infant Health Program (MIHP) for women who are currently pregnant and for infants up to 1 year of age who are…

Lady Hornets fall 18-15 to Meridian

On Monday, November 21st, the 7th grade Harrison Lady Hornets basketball team hosted the Meridian Mustangs in a one game matchup.  It was a close game, with Meridian coming out…