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Transportation millage back on ballot

Transportation millage back on ballot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Voters who approved .3 mils for the Clare County Transit Corporation just last August are being asked to go to the polls again next Tuesday because…

Complaints prompt Surrey to draft fireworks ordinance

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Zoning Administrator Rod Williams reported that he is working on the draft of a Fireworks Ordinance for Surrey Township. At the July 12 township meeting, Williams…

United Way funds 11 agency programs

United Way of Clare and Gladwin Counties is pleased to announce the agency programs that were awarded United Way funding in Clare County this year. To find out more about…

Emmons co-chairs human trafficking confab

Emmons co-chairs human trafficking confab

  Sen. Judy Emmons recently served as a co-chair of the National Foundation for Women Legislators’ 2016 Human Trafficking Summit in Washington D.C. The two-day event included speakers and presentations from…

Corbett announces 97th District candidacy

Corbett announces 97th District candidacy

Bob Corbett is running for 97th District State Rep. Corbett wants voters to know he is new to politics but as a former automotive engineer he has plenty of experience…

Seven file for State Rep.

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The 97th Michigan House seat is up for grabs. Five Republicans and two Democrats have filed their petitions and will be on the August 2 Primary…

Two file for GOP county clerk

By Pat Maurer Correspondent With District 5 County Commissioner Don David not running for re-election this November, his seat on the Clare County Commission will be available. Two Democrats will…

No lead in Clare City drinking water

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Questions raised by one Clare resident about the “safety” of Clare’s drinking water supply has prompted an explanation for City residents from Dale Clark the Director…

Board members recognized

by Rosemary Horvath For the women and men who serve on boards of education, it’s a tough assignment that bears a solemn responsibility. January is School Board Recognition Month, and…

Surrey Township approves South Road repairs for 2016

By Pat Maurer Correspondent At their regular meeting December 8th, the Surrey Township board, after an extensive discussion, approved spending $25,000 to repair South Road. Cost of the project will…

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