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BOC determined to avoid layoffs for now

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent With yet another budget crisis looming for 2012, the Clare County Board of Commissioners spent much of Wednesday, October 19th’s meeting trying to find more…

Demonstrators “occupy” Mt. Pleasant

Demonstrators “occupy” Mt. Pleasant

A group of demonstrators carried placards and walked in downtown Mt. Pleasant last week in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement. The protest is primarily meant to show how…

Wilson pleads case for gas reimbursement with Surrey, Farwell boards

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare County Sheriff John Wilson met with members of the Farwell Village Council and the Surrey Township Board October 13 to ask if the two…

Harrison BOE authorizes purchase of 20k testing tool

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent After discussion at their last Board meeting, the Harrison Community Schools’ Board of Education voted at their Monday night meeting to purchase a new testing…

Clare BOE will qualify for additional state funding

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare Superintendent Doniel Pummell reported that the district has met four of the five required “Best Practices” and should qualify for an additional $100 per…

Recall underway for Redding Township Supervisor, Clerk

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent The supervisor and clerk of Redding Township are facing recall elections in February, unless a special election is scheduled. The petitions to recall Supervisor Michael…

Grant hears report from prosecutor

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis attended the Grant Township meeting Tuesday evening to give a report on the activities of the county department. Ambrozaitis said…

Clare officer fired, investigation underway

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent An eight-veteran of the Clare Police Department, Sergeant Rich Ward, has been fired from the department, City Manager Ken Hibl said in a press release…

Police Chief cleared

Clare Police Chief Dwayne Miedzianowski, on administrative leave since July 28 because of allegations related to a drug investigation, has been cleared of any wrongdoing, according to an email from…

David asks employees to cut hours to take care of 700k county shortfall

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent “I’m not privy to union information…but, in the rumblings that I’ve heard, it is turmoil in this courthouse.  Turmoil,” Clare County Administrator/Controller Tracy Byard said…