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Computer glitch empties Farwell water tower Saturday, Residents warned to boil water

Computer glitch empties Farwell water tower Saturday, Residents warned to boil water

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A malfunction of Farwell’s SCADA (computer) system caused the Village water tower to empty, resulting in a “boil water alert” for approximately 378 system customers last…

County celebrates 100th anniversary of Veterans’ Day

County celebrates 100th anniversary of Veterans’ Day

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Activities are planned all over Clare County this weekend to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Veterans’ Day. November 11, 2018 is the 100th anniversary of the…

Veterans Day discounts and deals

If you map out your discounts right, you could eat free all day on Veterans Day and the day after, in between shopping for some deals and booking some discounted…

Whitmer elected new Michigan governor

Whitmer elected new Michigan governor

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Democrat Gretchen Whitmer will be Michigan’s new governor. She bested Republican Bill Schuette in a statewide vote of 1,796,113 to 1,674,973 claiming just over 50 percent…

Schunk elected VP of National FFA

Schunk elected VP of National FFA

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Adrian Schunk, a sophomore and communications major at Michigan State University, was just elected eastern region vice president of the National FFA Officer Team at the…

Fire destroys Mobile home

Fire destroys Mobile home

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The mobile home of Justin Brettingham on East Grass Lake Road in Isabella County was destroyed in a fire Sunday afternoon. Brettingham and Alexis Myers who…

MacDonald appointed to Clare BOE

MacDonald appointed to Clare BOE

By Pat Maurer Correspondent (Robert) Jason MacDonald, EMT-P, EMSIC, MBA, was appointed to the Clare Board of Education October 22nd. He replaces Kirk Yats who resigned in early October. Jason…

School mill renewals, state proposals pass

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Although Clare County defeated Proposal 18-1 to legalize recreational marijuana by 5,895 to 5,583, voters across the state approved the legalization by 54.96 percent with a…

Clare approves ordinance to prohibit marijuana within city limits

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Following a second reading on the matter, Clare City Commissioners unanimously approved an ordinance that will change the City codes allowing them to “opt out” of…

CHS honors veterans

By Ryan Reed CHS intern On November 9th, Clare High School will hold an assembly to honor the Veterans that have served our country. Veterans are even allowed to visit…

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