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Peak color in Clare County

Peak color in Clare County

I have spent the last couple of weeks traveling around the area interviewing and taking pictures for the REVIEW’s upcoming Business Profile special section. Added to the regular reporting I…

Was it summer again… or fall this week?

Was it summer again…  or fall this week?

It has been an interesting week here at the Maurer’s with loads of articles to write and a steady stream of profiles coming in for the upcoming special section on…

Fall color watch begins

Fall color watch begins

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Being dedicated “leaf peepers,” Jack and I were on the lookout for the first signs of fall color on our way north last weekend. We even…

October is here… almost

October is here… almost

I’m not really sure where September went this year. It seems like it was August just the other day. Well on Monday, like it or not, October arrives once again.…

The calendar says fall starts Sunday

According to the calendar, it is here. The first day of fall, the “Autumnal Equinox, is Saturday, September 22nd at 10 p.m. and Sunday is the first full day of…

Just Fall bits…

Just Fall bits…

Well it seems that fall is really here. After a week of lovely sunshine and warm temperatures, the weatherman is telling us the thermometer will begin to dip lower beginning…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces – More fun up north

Pat’s Bits & Pieces – More fun up north

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent After a quick trip back to Clare to help out while last week’s issue was “put to bed” (sent to the printer) last Thursday, Jack and…

It’s always a good time in the north woods

It’s always a good time in the north woods

I am writing from our little table in the Fifth Wheel this week, as we enjoy a few days away at our little campsite in Crawford County. Bringing my trusty…

Summer’s over – for the kids at least

Summer’s over  –  for the kids at least

Well it’s here at last (or should I say already). It seems like summer just started and here we are just two days away from the start of school for…

Dog Days of summer

Dog Days of summer

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent The “Dog Days” of summer were named because it was the hottest time of year, the time when dogs were most likely to contract hydrophobia (rabies).…

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