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Domestic dispute ends with husband, wife dead

Domestic dispute ends with husband, wife dead

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Police have determined that the deaths of a husband and wife found in their Hayes Township home last Friday morning were a murder-suicide caused by a…

Another Pine Street home destroyed by fire – First Sheriff Wilson’s, now Mashue home

Another Pine Street home destroyed by fire – First Sheriff Wilson’s, now Mashue home

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Harrison family of five lost their home in a fire Wednesday afternoon. A passerby saw smoke coming from the home and reported the blaze. The…

“Brewin” showcased at BAH

“Brewin” showcased at BAH

The Clare Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Business After Hours at the new Brewin’ on McEwan, which will open to the public in February. Over 100 business people attended…

CPS triples donations

CPS  triples  donations

Clare Public Schools nearly tripled its employee donations from last year to this year.  Pictured are Jennifer Brutyn, Clare Public Schools Administrative Assistant and United Way Campaign Coordinator (left), and…

Clare approves wetlands plan at city airport

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Commissioners approved a wetland mitigation reconstruction and expansion estimate and plan at the meeting Monday evening. The City’s resolution was a part of the…

BOC votes Kleinhardt as chair, reinstates two meetings

BOC votes Kleinhardt as chair, reinstates two meetings

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent The gavel passed to Jack Kleinhardt, a veteran member of the Clare County Commission, Wednesday. And commissioners voted to increase the number of monthly meetings from…

Venglar earns Excellence in Education award

Venglar earns Excellence in Education award

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare Primary Fourth grade teacher Donna Venglar was presented with the Excellence in Education Award at Monday’s Board of Education meeting. Superintendent Doniel Pummell outlined the…

19 Clare BPA students capture 1st or 2nd at regionals

19 Clare BPA students capture 1st or 2nd at regionals

Over 600 Business Professionals of America members representing eighteen different schools descended upon Central Michigan University to demonstrate business management, marketing, and technology skills, network with others, and be honored…

Former resident Graham publishes biography

Former resident Graham publishes biography

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Former resident Marilyn (McQuiston) Graham has just published a book chronicling the life-long achievements of two area women who were instrumental in making life better for…

Joseph J. Kisnosky

Joseph J. Kisnosky

Joseph J. Kisnosky passed away on January 13th in Rockford, IL a couple of days shy of his 94th birthday. Joe was born in Saginaw, MI and spent most of…

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