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Clare was founded…when? …Sesquicentennial coming Dear Editor: Sometimes one stumbles into history by sheer accident and this particular stumble into history involves the now City of Clare, previously known as…

Writer strongly supports bond proposal

To the Editor: I am writing to express my strong support for the Farwell Area School’s upcoming bond proposal and to ask the community members of our district to support…

Article has myths about Lost Lake

To the editor: The recent article about Harry Bennett and Lost Lake contained a number of (very persistent) myths about Bennett’s Lost Lake cabin. “a concrete cabin”–the cabin is built…

Appreciation to Rod and Gun Club

Mike, Friends and Family Honored Phil Kruger a couple of weeks ago at the Clare Rod and Gun Club. He is a retired Air Force Veteran that has spent more…

STEM Education Emphasizes Procedure over Knowledge

To the Editor: Recently while checking out at a store, does not matter which store because it happens at many stores, the clerk was ringing up my items.  One item…

Roses and appreciation for the Hospital and the wonderful people of Clare

To the Editor and the community: Until my accident, I didn’t realize how concerned and caring the Clare community and staff of the Mid Michigan Medical Center in Clare were.…

Reader responds to Editor’s column about federal arrests

I read with amusement publisher Mike Wilcox’s recent commentary about the arrest of Roger Stone (Mike’s Musings, January 31,2019) as he described federal marshals arresting Wilcox himself a dozen years…

How to make up snow days

To the Editor Since mother nature has caused a large number of “snow days” for the Clare County schools it is time to consider a course of action to make…

Insurance carriers are like car salesmen

Dear Editor, A few weeks ago I saw a news story on the high cost of medical care, and how it is for patients to find out what a procedure…

What are you wearing?

Dear Editor: Really, What Is the Fabric of Your Clothing?  S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) is Woven within the Fabric of the Clothes on our Back. While shopping around various…

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