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Surrey Lake resident requests Sunday hours for transfer station

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Surrey Lake Association President Kathy Jankowski told the Surrey Township Board that she is getting “a lot of complaints” from weekend residents around the lake…

Marshall begins twenty-sixth term on Farwell Village Council

Once again Farwell voters have given long-term council member Elton Marshall the go-ahead for another term on the board. This will be his twenty-sixth. Marshall, 85, has served on the…

Marshall, Gunden, Hamilton win Farwell seats

Farwell Village Council incumbents Elton Marshall, and Vicky Gunden were re-elected to four-year terms on the board in Tuesday’s election. 30 voters turned out for the annual Village election. Marshall…

Harrison BOE 9/12/11

At Monday night’s Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Tom House announced to the Harrison Board that all three of the teachers that were laid off had been called back to…

Farwell agrees to share bill

The Farwell Village Council changed their minds Monday night and voted 6-1, with Elton Marshall voting no, to pay one-third of the engineering and design costs for the South Road…

Six vie for Farwell Council seats

 By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Two challengers will each try for one of three seats open on the Farwell Village Council next Tuesday. Challengers Gina Hamilton and Kay Williams are…

City prohibits wood boilers

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent “Where in the City Charter does it say that you have the right to tell people what type of heating they can use?” The question…

Farwell discusses Safe Routes to School project

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Farwell Village President Steven Grim reported to the Council Monday that the Clare County Road Commission needed assurance that any additional unforeseen construction costs above…

Court ruling closing dispensaries, clinics across State

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Many Medical Marihuana Clinics and dispensaries are voluntarily or are being forced to close in the wake of last week’s appeals court decision that ruled…

Bids awarded in Freeman road project

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Bids have been awarded in a more than $350,000 road reconstruction project in Freeman planned this month. According to Ron Bushong, Manager at the Clare…