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Cows in road cause injuries, pileup

Cows in road cause injuries, pileup

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Three people were injured, two seriously May 9th when a Chevy Impala driver, David Michael Augustine, 21 of Midland, crashed into a 2018 Ford Escape stopped…

CCRC cuts, then restores some Grant road funds

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a surprise move April 17, and despite the fact that the Clare County Road Commission is receiving additional Public Act 51 funds for the roads,…

Memorial Day weekend kicks off summer activities

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Special activities are planned in each of the three Clare County communities this weekend to celebrate Memorial Day. Parades are planned in Clare and Farwell with…

Clare summer concert series begins June 6

Clare summer concert series begins June 6

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Every summer Clare Parks and Recreation features music in the City Park on Thursday evenings. Parks and Rec Director Joy Simmer said, “Load up your lawn…

Grant Twp. seeks royalties from oil well

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An agreement between the owner of an oil well on Section 18 of Grant Township has been an ongoing concern for the Grant Township Board since…

County votes to offer 911 text messages

By John Raffel Correspondent The Clare County Board of Commissioners voted at its meeting on Wednesday to receive 911 text messages and be listed on the FCC’s public registry as…

Area schools get four more days forgiven

By Pat Maurer Correspondent With Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s signature last Friday, Clare County students will get out for the summer a little earlier than expected. Both the Michigan House and…

Community Events May 17, 2019

Community Events May 17, 2019

May 17 Baby Pantry Diaper Drive Clare County MSU Extension, 4-H, AmeriCorps, and Clare county libraries are partnering to conduct a diaper drive for the Clare County Baby Pantry. We…

Curns receives prison time for 4th offense

Curns receives prison time for 4th offense

Kristina Curns Kristina Curns, of Harrison, was sentenced to from 19 months to 20 years by Circuit Court Judge Thomas Evans Monday. Curns plead guilty April 9th to possession of…

FHS prioritizes recycling, returns 3050 cans

FHS prioritizes recycling, returns 3050 cans

Farwell High School recycling and concessions class works all year recycling materials throughout the school district. One of those tasks is recycling the aluminum cans in the district’s cafeterias. At…

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