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Obama, Camp, Stabenow and Johnson re-elected

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   It was an “edge of your seat” election night, but by 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, Democrat Barack Obama was proclaimed U.S. President for another…

Time to Vote!

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Voters all over the United States will head for the polls Tuesday to have their say in the country, state and local leadership for…

Capitol honors Friese

Capitol honors Friese

State Rep. Joel Johnson, R-Clare, welcomed Gladwin Fire Department Chief George Alward and his wife Polly to the state Capitol for a memorial of the 11th anniversary of the 9-11…

Clare BOE discusses north end property

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   The disposition of the school district’s 96 acres on the north side of the city was a topic of discussion at the Board of…

Grant Township looking at road projects next year

Following a lengthy report from Designer Steven M. Clark of Rowe Professional Services Company, Grant Township’s board discussed the township’s roads and what could be done to improve them. The…

Clare County Committee of the Whole appoints two plus application for a taser grant

The Clare County Committee of the Whole met Wednesday after the conclusion of the county’s Board of Commissioners meeting. It got quite a bit done in its short meeting with…

Surrey takes first step to open roads to ORVs

After some discussion Tuesday evening, the Grant Township Board voted unanimously to approve sending a letter to the Clare County Commission asking them to open all roads in the township…

Treasurer’s office flooding a serious issue at Clare County Courthouse

There’s a leak at the Clare County Courthouse but it’s not a person trying to spread information. Instead it’s in the roof and it’s causing endless hassles for Clare County…

Farwell approves zoning for new business

After hearing concerns from area residents, the Farwell Village Council approved a request to rezone the east side of South Webber Street as “Light Industrial” at their regular meeting August…

United Rescue millage fails

United Rescue Ambulance Service won’t be seeing any extra operating funds in the next few years. The Primary ballot proposal had asked for .9 mills for five years to be…