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Dodson named Animal Control Officer of Year

Dodson named  Animal Control  Officer of Year

Clare County Animal Control Officer Bob Dodson was recognized as the 2018 Animal Control Officer of the Year, awarded by the Michigan Association of Animal Control at the annual MAACO…

California artist to demonstrate painting

California artist to  demonstrate painting

MaryCarole, California artist will give a free oil painting demonstration on September 23rd. at the Doherty hotel in Clare. The completed painting will be given to a lucky person putting…

Friday fire destroys storage shed

Friday fire destroys storage shed

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Photos by Bob Guiliani A 10 by 50 foot house trailer used for storage at the home of Dennis Hennion at 11691 East Clarabella Road was…

Kettlewell charged with sexual assault

Kettlewell charged with sexual assault

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Brian Kettlewell, 64 of Harrison, was arrested last Friday at his home on CSC charges after a month long investigation. Kettlewell is accused of sexually assaulting…

County approves $13.7 million budget

By John Raffel Correspondent The Clare County Board of Commissioners approved its new budget at its meeting on Wednesday. The board had a public hearing prior to taking action on…

CCCF hosts friendraiser at Tobacco Ranch

CCCF hosts friendraiser at Tobacco Ranch

The Clare County Community Foundation (CCCF) is hosting a new event this fall at Tobacco Ranch in Clare, which was recently renovated and is now open for large gatherings. The…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

Whatcha doin?! Say hi to miss Macey, dog#329D18. This 7 month old Pitbull came to us as owner surrender, and she is ready for her new best buddy to come…

City presents life-saving awards to ladies

City presents life-saving awards to ladies

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Monday evening was a special Clare City Commission meeting because two City residents were honored with life-saving awards for averting a tragedy recently. Thanks to the…

Breault sentenced up to 10 years

Breault sentenced up to 10 years

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Timothy Breault, charged last January with the November robbery of a home on Rolling Road, pled no contest to weapons- firearms – receiving and concealing and…

Farwell student collects clothing

Farwell student collects clothing

Farwell Middle School student Nick Ackerman spent the summer collecting clothing for the Farwell Elementary School.  Nick is part of the Kids Helping Kids Project and a member of the…