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K-9 Unit receives donations

Lt. Ed Williams and Deputy Luke Tessner received a donation of $835 from Maye Tessner-Rood for the Clare County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit. This donation was raised from a K-9…

Artist of the Month in Clare

Artist of the Month in Clare

              The Clare County Arts Council (CCAC) is excited to present local photographer, Tom Cradit as the Artist of the Month for May.  Tom…

CHS students ‘clean up’ on Clare Pride Day

CHS students ‘clean up’ on Clare Pride Day

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Four hundred and sixty-five Clare High School students went into the community to take part in the fifth annual Clare Pride Day last Tuesday. From…

Loon’s help students get active

Loon’s help students get active

Children throughout the region are taking time for exercise with a new program sponsored by MidMichigan Health in collaboration with the Great Lakes Loons and schools in Clare , Gladwin…

Paula Pirnstill Safety Fair set for next weekend in Farwell

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent The ninth annual Paula Pirnstill Memorial Health and Safety Fair is coming back to Farwell next weekend. This year’s even will be held Saturday, April…

Emergency Sirens

Counties dispatch system that are located in the following communities: City of Harrison (Tank Hill Area) West lawn Street. Redding Township ( Temple ) Located in Cemetery area. Freeman Township…

Construction season projects begin for Central Asphalt

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Central Asphalt of Mt. Pleasant, incorporated in 1981, is ready for the spring construction season in mid-Michigan, said Aaron White, Vice President of Operations. He…

Flood loans available

The U.S. Small Business Administration reminds homeowners, renters, businesses and non-profit organizations of the deadline to submit disaster loan applications for damages due to severe storms and flooding between Jan.…

Protect your home from wildfires

y Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Spring, when you are beginning the clean up on your property, is a good time to “think like a wildfire.” If a fire could think,…

Spring, time to spruce up

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Spring seems to be officially here now and it is time to think about all those chores you save up for nice weather. Time to…