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University Of Michigan Offers Early Housing To Students Affected By Hurricane

University Of Michigan Offers Early Housing To Students Affected By Hurricane

Following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, the University of Michigan is doing more than opening their hearts to their Texan students. They are opening housing. According to a report by Michigan…

176-Year-Old Michigan Church Newest Addition to National Register of Historic Places

176-Year-Old Michigan Church Newest Addition to National Register of Historic Places

These are certainly polarizing times in the United States. Racial tensions are extremely high and there have been constant arguments and discussions about whether or not historic monuments should be…

I’ve had it with hurricanes

I’ve had it with hurricanes

Someone please kick me in the shin. For some reason, I yearn to live where the water is open, and the ocean breeze is mesmerizing. In the last 15 years…

Colors, and critters are telling us fall is here

Colors, and critters are telling us fall is here

Although the thermometer may not be showing it with the recent summer-like temperatures, fall is definitely in the air around Clare. Many trees in the City are showing an abundance…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

Cat # 115C17 is Mewmew, who JUST came in to the shelter in time to go to her first outing at Family Farm and Home in Clare on September 9.…

American spirit alive and well

American spirit alive and well

I never thought I would be writing this after the devastation that Hurricane Harvey wrought on Houston, but truth be told this tragedy brought out the best in human spirit.…

Gotta get those weekend getaways in while summer lasts

Gotta get those weekend getaways in while summer lasts

What in the world will I write about when the snow flies? And with the arrival of September, it certainly isn’t very far away now! Every weekend trip north is…

The Field Of Cosmetic Surgery Is Evolving, Michigan Experts Say

Many people used to think of plastic surgery as nothing more than a superficial investment meant to improve aesthetic appearance. But these days, the lines between cosmetic procedures and medical…

Is Michigan’s Eavesdropping Law Too Tough On Parents? One State Rep Thinks So

Is Michigan’s Eavesdropping Law Too Tough On Parents? One State Rep Thinks So

In general, it’s a smart move for parents to place restrictions on their kids’ phone usage. Not only can too much screen time be detrimental to young minds, but cell…

State seeks $1450 for guardrail damage

State seeks $1450 for guardrail damage

If you read me regularly you know I tore up my 2-seater doing 360’s down the freeway a few weeks ago. I eventually ended up back-end in to a guardrail.…