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County Commission getting new look

By John Raffel Correspondent It will be a significantly different look on the Clare County Board of Commissioners with the new session starting in January. Commission chairperson Karen Lipovsky is…

Health Center pays off loan

Isabella Citizens for Health, Inc. (ICH), a Federally Qualified Health Center providing primary health care to residents of Isabella County and surrounding communities, has successfully paid off its nearly $1.2…

Isabella Co. gets Tribe disbursement

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has scheduled their semi-annual 2% distribution, dispersing funds derived from Class III gaming at its properties: Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort and Saganing Eagles Landing…

Veterans, students tour factories

Veterans, students tour factories

National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), celebrated November 12-18, is a nationwide celebration in which leaders in business, labor, education, and other critical fields demonstrate their support for apprenticeship by showcasing their…

Republican wave flips BOC control

By John Raffel Correspondent Clare County Commission chairperson Karen Lipovsky will have two more monthly meetings before calling it a career the end of December. Lipovsky has served on the…

Dysinger objects to restored CCTC funding

By Pat Maurer Correspondent At the Grant Township meeting Tuesday night, Supervisor Dan Dysinger reported on a November 9th meeting of the Clare County Local Task Force which resulted in…

Whitmer elected new Michigan governor

Whitmer elected new Michigan governor

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Democrat Gretchen Whitmer will be Michigan’s new governor. She bested Republican Bill Schuette in a statewide vote of 1,796,113 to 1,674,973 claiming just over 50 percent…

Candidates, proposals headline Tuesday ballot

Candidates, proposals headline Tuesday ballot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Voters head to the polls next Tuesday to make their selections; choosing a new governor, US representatives, State Senators and representatives in the Michigan House. Candidates…

Few township races contested, last week’s info wrong

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Last week’s issue incorrectly listed several races in next Tuesday’s general election based on information from a previous year’s article rather than the results from the…

State, local proposals on the ballot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Voters at the polls November 6th will decide on three State proposals and three millage renewals for Clare County Schools. According to an internet article, here’s…