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Harrison cuts ribbon for new City Hall

Harrison cuts ribbon for new City Hall

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Last Thursday evening, Harrison City officials celebrated the completion of a seven-month long project to build a brand new City Hall and Department of Public Works…

Engel commits suicide in Clare County Jail

Engel commits suicide in Clare County Jail

By Pat Maurer Correspondent While lodged at the Clare County Jail awaiting his transfer to a placement facility in Jackson, John Engel, sentenced January 17 by Judge Roy Mienk to…

Ranzenberger gets 14-year sentence

Ranzenberger gets 14-year sentence

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Former Central Michigan University professor Mark Thomas Ranzenberger, 61, of Clare, was sentenced last Thursday to 14 years in prison for possession of child pornography. Ranzenberger…

Walmart shoplifters arraigned

Walmart shoplifters arraigned

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A request from Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main last week in media and social media helped deputies identify two suspects in connection with shoplifting from Walmart…

Two charged for shooting from car

Two charged for shooting from car

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Two men, Andrew Vasquez, 20, of Mt. Pleasant and Rahman Muhammad, 18, of Detroit were arrested January 18 after they allegedly fired two semi-automatic rifles…

$17,000 raised by Love Light

$17,000 raised by Love Light

More than $17,000 was raised from the holiday Love Light Trees appeal for MidMichigan Medical Center – Clare. Tony Santini, P.A.-C, chaired The Medical Center in Clare’s 32nd annual campaign. Proceeds…

Lipovsky says budget biggest challenge

By John Raffel Correspondent Karen Lipovsky is ready for another tenure as chairperson of the Clare County Board of Commissioners. Lipovsky was elected chair of the commissioners at the board’s…

Rodgers makes Dean’s List

Jaelen Rodgers of Clare has been named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester at Lake Superior State University. To make the Dean’s List students must achieve a…

Protests and pageantry- what a weekend

Protests and pageantry- what a weekend

As I watched the weekend events unfold, I could only think what a great country we live in. America, despite all its division and derision, is awesome in this writer’s…

Signs prohibiting heavy trucks go up in Grant Twp.

By Pat Maurer Correspondent After nearly two years of discussion on protecting Grant Township’s paved roads from damage by heavy trucks and steel wheels, signs prohibiting travel by vehicles that…

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