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Carnival, Home Arts Building bring back love for 110th Farwell Labor Day Festival

Carnival, Home Arts Building bring back love for 110th Farwell Labor Day Festival

By Steve Landon Correspondent Photos by Steve Landon One of the hottest and driest summers in recent memory unofficially came to a close this past Labor Day weekend.   Visitors began…

Ott family awarded dad’s WWII medals

Ott family awarded dad’s WWII medals

By Pat Maurer Correspondent U.S. Senator Gary Peters (D) was in Clare at the VFW post Tuesday to honor local World War II Veteran Sgt. Norman Walter Ott who died…

Celebrating 125 years – Harrison style

Celebrating 125 years – Harrison style

  By  Steve Landon The summer of  2016 began slowly winding down this past weekend as visitors from around the state converged on Harrison to celebrate the communities 125th Birthday during…

Woman drives head on into car on US-10, 2 dead

Woman drives head on into car on US-10, 2 dead

By Pat Maurer Correspondents A Marion woman and a Windsor, Ohio man died Monday morning in a tragic head-on collision on east bound U.S. 10 at Old State Avenue. A…

Harrison celebrates 125th this weekend

Harrison celebrates 125th this weekend

It’s going to be a very special weekend for Harrison beginning today — Friday August 26. The tenth annual Harrison Street Fair will be underway today, but there’s another special…

Truck rear-ends Amish buggy

Truck rear-ends Amish buggy

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 38-year-old Amish man, Loren Schrock of Farwell, and five children, ages 8, 8, 10, 12 and 14, were eastbound on Surry Road in a horse-drawn…

Police chief’s error causes uproar at Clare meeting

Police chief’s error causes uproar at Clare meeting

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The purchase of a new police vehicle by Clare Police Chief Brian Gregory, without final Commission approval, was the source of a heated exchange between Commissioners…

Youth get down right dirty at Mud Day

Youth get down right dirty at Mud Day

By Steve Landon Correspondent Photos by Steve Landon It’s a well-known fact our bodies are made up of elements from the earth – dust, clay, water, etc.  Add to the…

Fire Dept. provides ‘cool down’ for marching band

Fire Dept. provides ‘cool down’ for marching band

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Photos by Bob Guiliani The Clare High School Marching Band was hard at work the first week of August getting ready for the coming football season.…

Police seek suspects in Gateway Pharmacy break-in

Police seek suspects in Gateway Pharmacy break-in

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare Police investigators are looking for the person or persons who broke into Gateway Pharmacy July 28. Clare Police Chief Brian Gregory said, “In the early…