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Clare’s 40th Irish Festival this weekend

Clare’s 40th Irish Festival this weekend

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare, dubbed the “city of festivals,” is holding the biggest festival of the year, the 40th annual Irish Festival, all this weekend! The City has…

Harrison honors retiring Cooper

Harrison honors retiring Cooper

    Above Jim Cooper addresses the crowd, sharing stories and plenty of thanks to the community. Cooper served the Harrison school district for almost 40 years, serving as an…

St. Cecilia School to close doors

St. Cecilia School to close doors

By Pat Maurer Correspondent By this time next year, St. Cecilia School will be just a memory for the Clare community. Rumors of the school closing started a few weeks…

11-year-old saves family from fire

11-year-old saves family from fire

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An 11 year-old probably saved all seven of his Farwell family and four the family pets from a house fire last Saturday morning. The home of…

Farwell brothers both fighting cancer

Farwell brothers both fighting cancer

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Imagine finding out your child has cancer. Then imagine the worry, the treatments, juggling doctor and hospital visits, all while dealing with the pain and stress…

Bitter cold damages Hayes offices

Bitter cold damages Hayes offices

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Winter weather has caused havoc at Hayes Township buildings. Frozen pipes curtailed office hours at the Township Hall on East Townline Road for several days because…

Lost dog found four years later

Lost dog found four years later

  A West Virginia man while away working in the military at the time, lost his best friend he had rescued from his area animal shelter 4 years ago. Now…

Clare BOE approves CPEA contract

Clare BOE approves CPEA contract

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Negotiations are over, at least for a while for the Clare Board of Education. After a closed session at the end of the regular meeting Monday…

Lake man critical of Clare snow removal threatens to shoot two employees

Lake man critical of Clare snow removal threatens to shoot two employees

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Mark Edward Connelly, 54, of Lake, was arrested Tuesday afternoon after he made a threat to shoot two Clare County Road Commission employees over a snow…

WW II SSF survivors get Congressional Gold Medal – Crawford tells about experiences in Devils’ Brigade

WW II SSF survivors get Congressional Gold Medal – Crawford tells about experiences in Devils’ Brigade

By Pat Maurer Correspondent John “Jack” Crawford, 90, of Harrison, is one of only 130 living members of the World War II “1st Special Service Force” and one of only…