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Just Thinking– To Grandmothers house

Dr. Ray Augenstein O’er the fields and through the woods to Grandmothers house we go. With this new fallen snow covering the ground it seems like every time we leave…

Just Thinking– On a more serious note

Dr. Ray Augenstein I don’t have the space to give attention to this subject, that I think it deserves. But it is a very serious subject, and one I think…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Snow brings on the holiday spirit

Pat Maurer, Reveiw Correspondent Well you can blame it all on me. I was just talking about how nice this fall has been, mentioning Indian summer and the scent on…

Mike’s Musings– Do you need help?

Michael Wilcox- Publisher/Editor We got a call a couple of days ago from residents at Sleepy Hollow Apartments in Harrison. Several senior citizen/wheelchair bound residents had been without heat for…

Just Thinking– It’s COLD here

Dr. Ray Augenstein Here it is the 2nd full day of no electricity. I have to type this on my laptop because my office computer is, of course, electric. I…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– It’s Thanksgiving

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Turkey day is now less than a week away! We don’t celebrate on the actual day though, but on the weekend. For years we have celebrated…

Mike’s Musings– Without power life can be very difficult

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor I forgot how difficult it is to live without power. It’s going on hour fifty-two and still no heat or lights. I’m sitting here bundled in winter…

Superintendent’s Corner– School Funding 101

By Clare Superintendent Doniel Pummell Let’s start with an assumption: Remember… I am an optimist, a glass half full person.  The Clare Community wants the very best for its youth. …

Just Thinking– Let them eat meat

Dr. Ray Augenstein Did you see the movie Bambi? It seems that all the little children have at one time or another seen the movie. Now if you’re an avid…

Pat’s Bits & Pieces– Veterans honored

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent Originally celebrated as ‘Armistice Day,’ after United States President Woodrow Wilson first proclaimed the day a holiday on November 11, 1919, ‘Veterans Day’ has become one…