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We need Medicare for all citizens…

To the Editor: The Vol.71, #13, 3 Aug 2018 edition of the Clare County Review had two articles that caught my attention and got me thinking. On the front page…

MD’s, just glorified drug dealers

Mike, I like reading your editorials, and like you, I’m a Libertarian.  About 15 years ago I came to the logical conclusion there wasn’t  a dime’s  bit of difference between…

Please support us by voting YES for SB NO. 0272

Dear Editor: Opioid treatment has long existed within the state of Michigan but only just recently were the effects and dependence rates of opiates revealed. What was once thought of…

Universal health care? How much does our current health care cost?

Dear Editor: I have heard some big numbers suggested, what a universal health care system would cost us here in the US of A.  The most recent estimate I saw,…

Lauds 4-Her for hog donation for friend

Dear Editor: As the Clare County Fair neared, stories about a pig being sold to support a young woman with cancer made news. In print, on TV, over the internet,…

Lip sync challenge for CCSO

Dear Editor: Hello I am sure a lot of people have heard of the police lip sync challenge. Well the Foster Closet of Clare County Inc. would like to challenge…

Things to consider about Senior Services millage

Dear Editor: On August 7th voters will have an opportunity to defeat or pass Clare County Senior Services millage renewal. It is for .48 of one mill for six more…

Senior Services actions are irresponsible

Dear Editor: Garfield Township residents pay $67,000.00 a year in Senior Tax dollars, yet Clare County Senior Services and the Board of Commissioners refused to keep our Lake Congregate meal…

Senior millage renewal?

Dear Editor: To the voters of Clare County, next Tuesday, we’ll be voting to renew a millage for Senior Services in Clare County. When the Council voted to close the…

Looking for help………….

I am searching for information about the Hinkleville school. It was located across from the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Washington Road in Grant Township. The school was closed after…