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Kenneth “Coalbucket” Thomas

Kenneth “Coalbucket” Thomas

Kenneth “Coalbucket” Thomas 73 of rural Harrison passed away peacefully on Friday, March 16, 2018 at his home, surrounded by his family. Kenneth was born September 26, 1944 in Disney,…

Jake Robert Barlow

Jake Robert Barlow

Jake Robert Barlow, age 48, of St. Louis (formerly of Clare) passed away suddenly on Monday, March 19, 2018 at the Carson City Hospital.  He was born the son of Robert…

Four MMCC students on All-Academic Team

Four MMCC students on All-Academic Team

On Wednesday, March 14th, four of MMCC’s brightest students were honored at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center in Lansing as scholars of the 2018 All-Michigan Academic Team! This year…

Longton family faces though times

Longton family faces though times

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It’s been a tough couple of weeks for the Longton family of Coleman. On March 10, Hope Longton arrived into the Brandon and Angel Longton family…

Kolander resigns as parks and recreation chair

By John Raffel Correspondent HARRISON — The Clare County Board of Commissioners heard a report from Don Kolander from the parks and recreation department at Wednesday’s meeting. “He told us…

Bowling Scores

CLARE MEN’S LEAGUE Date Bowled: 03/14/2018 Pos.    No.     Team Name              Won      Lost 1     11     Flying Eagle Coins    17.0       3.0 2     14     Team…

What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking?

Today I will put together several good recipes for your Easter Meal.  I trust that you will enjoy and maybe use one or more of them.  Many Easter meals are…

Clare Irish Festival Parade

  Snippets from the Irish Festival Parade in Clare, MI. A full story regarding the parade will be published in the Clare County Review.…

Time to get your Irish on!

Time to get your Irish on!

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent This weekend marks the 43th annual Irish Festival in Clare, the community’s biggest celebration and a destination for locals and visitors from all over Michigan.…

Business owners jailed for food stamp fraud

Business owners jailed for food stamp fraud

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Two Harrison women have been arraigned for allegedly using a Bridge Card they purchased to buy food for their restaurant, Mama Cillies, in Harrison. Information from…