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Offense stalls, Lady Eagles beaten by Roscommon, 44-31

Offense stalls, Lady Eagles beaten by Roscommon, 44-31

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Farwell girls basketball team couldn’t quite get going in its home Jack Pine Conference game with Roscommon on Thursday. As a result he Lady…

Hard fought battle ends 64-61, with Clare notching another win

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Clare didn’t care what the circumstances were, its boys basketball team wanted a win. A tough loss a few days before and missing key starter…

Despite Carlstrom’s 31, Lady Hornets fall

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer It was close, but Harrison wasn’t quite able to get ahead of host Gladwin on Thursday. The Lady Hornets, playing a Jack Pine Conference girls…

Hornets lose a second time to Gladwin, 67-65

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Harrison boys basketball team had Gladwin’s number earlier in the season. The Hornets tamed the Flying G’s 51-32 at home back in December, but…

Farwell youth wrestler gets memorable moment

Farwell youth wrestler gets memorable moment

Tyrek Thrush is an 11 year old boy from Farwell, Michigan.  He has already faced many obstacles in his young life.  He was placed in foster care shortly after his…

Big first quarter boosts Lady Comets to win, 69-40

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Coleman entered Thursday’s Mid-State Activities Conference game at Vestaburg having lost two-straight close contests. The Lady Comets got over the hump against the Lady Wolverines,…

Arnold’s 32 leads Comets past Vestaburg

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer When the Coleman boys basketball team found themselves down four points at the half of Friday’s home Mid-State Activities Conference game with Vestaburg, head coach…

Don’t Waste The Wonder of Winter

Don’t Waste The  Wonder of Winter

Most of us start longing for spring shortly after Christmas.  And for many good reasons: the anticipation of returning song birds, signs of new life bringing their annual previews of…

Researching Nursing Homes For a Loved One? Ask These Vital Questions

There’s no doubt that long-term care needs are on the rise. In fact, 52% of people turning age 65 will need some type of long-term care services in their lifetimes.…

Newly elected governor pays visit to Clare

Newly elected governor pays visit to Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Thursday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer was at Cops & Doughnuts in Clare to host a round table with Michigan entrepreneurs and area small business representatives. As the…