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James R. Keenoy

James R. Keenoy

James R. Keenoy, age 85 of Clare, passed away Sunday, September 2, 2018 at the North Woods Nursing Center in Farwell.  James was born the son of the late James F.…

Marylin Margaret (Krahn) Salisbury

Marylin Margaret (Krahn) Salisbury

Marylin Margaret (Krahn) Salisbury, 93, took Jesus’ hand and died peacefully early Monday morning August 27 at Clark Retirement Community in Grand Rapids, MI.   Cremation has taken place and a…

Christopher David Osborn

Christopher David Osborn

Christopher David Osborn, age 34 of Farwell passed away on Saturday, August 26, 2018. Chris is survived by his mother, Devonne; brother, Earl Sprague; nephew, Matthew Osborn, many friends and…

Alcohol ruined my friend’s life

Alcohol ruined my friend’s life

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor I’m pretty sure we have all encountered someone who has allowed substance abuse to take over and eventually ruin their life. Whether it be opioids, heroin, meth…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces – More fun up north

Pat’s Bits & Pieces – More fun up north

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent After a quick trip back to Clare to help out while last week’s issue was “put to bed” (sent to the printer) last Thursday, Jack and…

News from your Sheriff

News from your Sheriff

John Wilson, Clare County Sheriff Well the last big weekend of the summer has come and gone.  I must say that I have enjoyed this past summer more than I…

Soccer fields ready, skate park underway at EIRC

Soccer fields ready, skate park underway at EIRC

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Things are really starting to happen at the new Clare Parks and Recreation Complex, recently named the “Emerald Isle Recreation Complex.” Clare Parks and Recreation Director…

May I walk with you? Invitation

By Dr. Daniel Fachting, PhD. By now most of you who read this article know that I am a Catholic Christian.  In this particular article I am inviting you to…

Iacco honored at City meeting

Iacco honored at City meeting

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Al Iacco, a World War II veteran, a long-time Clare resident, business owner, former commissioner and Mayor, a founding member of the Clare Industrial Development Corporation…

Grant Twp. News You Can Use – Excessive FOIA and township governance

Grant Twp. News You Can Use – Excessive FOIA and township governance

By Superintendent Dan Dysinger Many folks don’t know what the term FOIA means; it’s an acronym for “Freedom of Information Act”. Why this should gain attention regards a recent mailing…