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4-H receives county funds

By John Raffel Correspondent The Clare County Board of Commissioners met on Tuesday to make various adjustments to the proposed 2018-18 fiscal year budget. District 3 commissioner Leonard Strouse said…

Clerk says primary election was smooth sailing

Clerk says primary election was smooth sailing

By John Raffel Correspondent Clare County clerk Lori Martin expressed satisfaction with the election process during the state primary on Aug. 7. It was the first real test on the…

Kozicki announces candidacy for Congress

Kozicki announces candidacy for Congress

Dr. Zigmond “Ziggy” Kozicki has thrown his hat in the ring in hopes of becoming the Democratic nominee for the 4th Congressional District. Since February 2018, he has traveled over…

Townsend seeks Dem nod for State Rep

Townsend seeks Dem nod for State Rep

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Dr. Robert Townsend, 55 of Clare, has announced his candidacy for the 97th District Michigan House seat this fall. He is running in the August Primary…

Burger named as Clare GOP chair

Burger named as Clare GOP chair

The Clare County Republican Party has chosen its Leadership team for the 2018 election cycle. The team members are: Bill Scott – Secretary (left), Lori Martin – Treasurer, David Isaac…

Farwell BOE approves $12.9 million budget

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Farwell Board of Education met twice recently, the first at a special meeting. At the special meeting June 25th, the Farwell Board of Education adopted…

Davis named Republican of Year

Davis named Republican of Year

Kim Davis of Harrison MI was awarded Clare’ County’s 2018 Republican of the Year by the Clare County GOP at their recent Lincoln Days Fund Raise at the Doherty Hotel.…

Karen Hulliberger announces candidacy

Karen Hulliberger announces candidacy

Karen Hulliberger is running for Clare County Road Commissioner on the Republican ticket. She notes, “I have long been looking for a positive change to come to the Clare County…

Gladwin Drain Commission faces $11 billion lawsuit

Gladwin Drain Commission faces $11 billion lawsuit

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Gladwin Drain Commissioner Robert Evans is facing an estimated $11 billion lawsuit charging that he violated Parts 31 and 91 of the Environmental Protection Act for…

Grant Twp. says goodbye to longtime clerk

Grant Twp. says goodbye to longtime clerk

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Long-time Grant Township Clerk Sue Wentworth submitted her letter of resignation, effective June 11th, to the board at their May 8th meeting. Wentworth, who has been…

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