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Several businesses receive fake bills

Several businesses receive fake bills

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Police are alerting residents to counterfeit bills being used at Clare businesses. A Facebook post warns, “Please be aware that we are now seeing…

Legion honors two WWII veterans

Legion honors two WWII veterans

American Legion Post 404 of Harrison hosted a unique ceremony last week in which two highly decorated World War II veterans were honored. One of the veterans who was honored…

A game for the ages Clare 30, Harrison 29

A game for the ages Clare 30, Harrison 29

By Ben Murphy Clare is still standing atop the Jack Pine Conference mountain-top. They didn’t get there without a challenge from Harrison however, as Clare had to overcome a double-digit…

Farwell crowns king, queen

Farwell crowns king, queen

Winding up a weeklong celebration of Homecoming in Farwell, (pictured at left) Cassie Hanna was named this year’s Homecoming Queen. Homecoming King for 2014 is Kyle Danielson. The senior Homecoming…

Bras for a Cause gala Oct. 19

Bras for a Cause gala Oct. 19

More than 70 creative bras have been decorated by individuals, teams and businesses in support of  women’s health needs with the Bras for a Cause fundraiser. Hosted by the volunteers…

Clare crowns royalty – and other homecoming highlights

Clare crowns royalty – and other homecoming highlights

Seniors Maeve Kuhlman and Paul Cole were crowned Homecoming King and Queen during half-time festivities at the Clare-Farwell game last Friday. Clare won the contest with a 56-0 score. Winning…

Fire ravages Lake Eagles Recreation Center

Fire ravages Lake Eagles Recreation Center

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Michigan Fraternal Order of Eagles is expected to rebuild after fire ravaged its restaurant, 23-room hotel and office facility Tuesday at the Michigan Eagles Family Recreation…

Industrial Park, road reconstruction begins

Industrial Park, road reconstruction begins

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In his City Manager’s Report Monday evening, Ken Hibl told the City Commission that “water main is installed along nearly the (one mile) length of Colonville…

Consumers breaks ground on $6.5 million center

Consumers breaks ground on $6.5 million center

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Next summer Consumers Energy’s brand new service center will be open on the north side of the City. Consumers Energy broke ground last Friday on their…

Crossdressing for charity – Harrison Lionesses present beauty pageant spoof

Crossdressing for charity – Harrison Lionesses present beauty pageant spoof

By Pat Maurer The Harrison Lion’s Club Lionesses organized and presented a beauty (?) pageant September 27 to the delight of all who attended, and according to our Review photographer…

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