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Faces in the Crowd: Andrew Wright

Faces in the Crowd: Andrew Wright

By Gene Bodnar Correspondent Andrew Wright Damon DuBois, the Executive Director of the Clare Area Chamber of Commerce, informed me that Camp Rotary, located at 3201 S. Clare Avenue, recently…

Clare’s Music Fest in full swing

Clare’s Music Fest in full swing

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A variety of musical groups will perform at Shamrock Park. There’s still time to join in the festivities for Clare’s 33rd annual holiday celebration next week.…

Harrison town square, splash pad construction ongoing

Harrison town square, splash pad construction ongoing

Harrison’s new Town Square complete with a splash pad for the kids, should be complete later this summer. By Pat Maurer Correspondent Answering some questions about its progress from residents,…

New mural painting begins in Clare’s downtown Art Alley

New mural painting begins in Clare’s downtown Art Alley

Budding artists participate in painting Sylvia Coon’s original mural design, Butterfly Magic, which will adorn the alley side of the Her Place building in downtown Clare. By Pat Maurer Correspondent…

Detonators found in depot caboose

Detonators found in depot caboose

Clare Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Dennis Guerriero found 19 railway detonators in the caboose outside of the Historic Clare Train Depot. Being highly unstable, Guerriero took the detonators to the Michigan State Police…

ICCAC Executive Director resigns

ICCAC Executive Director resigns

Kim M. Seidel, MA, LPC, NCC is resigning as Executive Director of the Isabella County Child Advocacy Center (ICCAC) after three years of service. Seidel will be expanding her consultation…

4-H program nearly doubles in one year

In 2018, the Clare County Small Animal 4-H Program and the Isabella/Clare County Pheasants Forever Chapter teamed up and created the Raise and Release Program at the Clare County Fair.…

Four win bikes for perfect attendance

Four win bikes for perfect attendance

Farwell Elementary School congratulates Tristan Autry, Jamison Santure, Makenna Wood, and Willow Douglas who were named Win A Bike Attendance Challenge winners. Each month that a student had perfect attendance…

Abortion, Where Are Babies Rights?

Dear Mike, To the editor of the paper which I love very much – I read all the articles in it! Also to Pat who is related to my granddaughter…

4th Of July BBQ, Go Plant Based

Dear Editor: What ever happened to the good old days when the worst things we had to fear on the 4th of July were traffic jams and wayward fireworks?  According…