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Clare will put stop signs at Dunlop Road railroad crossing

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare City Commissioners unanimously approved a temporary traffic control order Monday that will place a stop sign at the railroad crossing where a Clare woman…

McCartney named new Clare Chamber of Commerce manager

Lisa McCartney of Clare has been named the new manager of the Clare Chamber of Commerce. Originally from Coleman, McCartney is a Central Michigan University graduate with a degree in…

Clare County BOC Special Meeting 1/11/12

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent The Clare County Board of Commissioners held a Special Meeting on Wednesday to discuss possible solutions to the County’s looming 2012 deficit.  Chairperson Don David…

Clare honors firefighter, former employee, depot restoration organizer

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent The Clare City Commission honored three people at the first meeting of the year Tuesday evening. Firefighter Captain Jon Bouchey was honored for ten years…

BOC elects David to lead them for second year, 4-3

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent By a vote of 4-3, Commissioner Don David was elected to be Chairperson of the Clare County Board of Commissioners for a second year.  Previous…

Post Office letter refers man to porn site

By Pat Maurer A local Farwell man was referred to a porn site by a letter from the United State Postal Inspection Service. Doug Brink of Farwell, who brought a…

Police questioning commissioners about open meetings violation

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis sat quietly through most of the Clare County Board of Commissioners meeting on Wednesday, but was asked, before she left, what…

Lincoln Township Board, Residents and Sheriff Wilson Receive Recognition for Clare County Neighborhood Watch Program

At the Lincoln Township regular meeting held on the 12th of December, the Lincoln Township Board was presented a plaque for outstanding support and achievement towards their township Neighborhood Watch…

Clare City honors Officers of the Year

Clare City honors Officers of the Year

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare Officers of the Year were honored at the Clare City meeting Monday evening. Officer John Pedjac was named as the Clare Police Department full-time…

Five Lakes Association asks for help to save lake

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Members of the Five Lakes Association asked the Grant Township Board to help them “save the lake” at the meeting Monday evening. Dave Southworth, president…

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