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Harrison can’t hold halftime lead over Trojans

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Harrison had all the momentum early in its season opening football game at Lake City Friday night. The Trojans got things going in the second…

Lady Eagles spike Comets in 4

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer It took four sets but the Farwell volleyball team managed to pull off an early season win over Coleman on Wednesday, Aug. 23. The Eagles,…

Farwell CMU senior publishes third book

Farwell CMU senior publishes third book

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Lacey Dailey of Farwell is a very unusual and talented young lady. Besides attending Central Michigan University as a senior this year, with a full load…

Police handle 441 calls as CMU returns

By Pat Maurer Correspondent With thousands of student arriving in Mt. Pleasant last weekend for beginning of the fall semester of Central Michigan University Monday, police from eleven area department…

Cross shoots hole-in-one

On August 18, 2017, Jack Gross hit a hole-in-one at Snow snake Ski & Golf in Harrison on Hole #17 at a distance of 187. The great feat was witnessed…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

I recently had several Eggplants given to me and prepared them for us.  They were so good that I will give you this recipe and hope that you will love…

Learn about “Oak Wilt Death”

Harrison City Hall is holding a Free Homeowner/Arborist Educational Presentation about Oak Wilt Death on Thursday, September 7th from 6-8. Oak Wilt, a fungal disease affecting oak trees, is moving…

Let God Carry Your Cares

Let God Carry Your Cares

Most of us have known people who were serene when everything seemed to be crashing down around them. In the most trying of circumstances, they have remained trusting and calm.…

County officials receive training on newly purchased voting equipment

By John Raffel Correspondent Clare County clerk Lori Martin is keeping election officials busy in learning about the new voting machines they’ll be using. On Wednesday, the county had a…

ECLIPSED: Once in a lifetime view

ECLIPSED: Once in a lifetime view

  The partial eclipse (in this area) was a huge attraction in the Mid Michigan area. The total eclipse of the sun by our moon has been called “a hundred…