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Harrison Library will move to Surrey House

Harrison Library will move to Surrey House

By Pat Maurer In a couple of years Harrison District Library patrons, numbered at 57,000 just last year, will have a new, more spacious place to go —  just a…

Hempel is missing

Hempel is missing

On April 26 Deputies from the Clare County Sheriff’s Department took a report of a missing Clare County man. Leonard Stanley Hempel was last seen on or around April 9…

Clare County to vote on CTE millage Tuesday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Next Tuesday’s election in Clare County will have only the ten-year, one mill Clare-Gladwin Regional Education School District (RESD) CTE (Career and Technical Education) millage on…

Casino evacuated after bomb threats

Casino evacuated after bomb threats

Two bomb threats called in to the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort last Thursday night spurred the evacuation of thousands of people as police investigated through the night. The first…

Twenty named to Board of Directors

Twenty named to Board of Directors

The MidMichigan Health Board of Directors recognizes the 2016 leadership for the Boards of Directors of MidMichigan Medical Centers in Clare and Gladwin. “Having mirror boards for our Medical Centers…

4-H march in parade

4-H march in parade

On Sunday April 24, 2016 two Clare County 4-H Junior Ambassadors, Jennifer Dietsch and Cameron McInnis were on hand to lead 4-H youth and adult volunteers from Clare County through…

Correction

In last week’s issue of the Review, the article on the front page about the candidates that will be on the August 2 ballot stated that 97th District State Representative…

Fire damages Lazy K Ranch

Fire damages Lazy K Ranch

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Photos by Trish Shaw Although there was little damage to the structure, extensive heat and smoke damage were the result of a fire last Sunday morning…

Clare to convert street lights to LED, cost $131K

Clare to convert street lights to LED, cost $131K

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare will soon look a “little brighter” because the City Commission approved a bond issue to finance most of the $130,000 needed to upgrade the City-owned…

Farwell Board approves senior trip to NYC

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Last week’s Farwell Board of Education meeting was a quiet one with only three items under new business: approval of the resignation of Elementary Language Arts…

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