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Clare okays BBC film segment in Clare

The Clare City Commission approved a “location agreement” with the British Broadcasting Corporation Monday which will allow the BBC to film at Cops and Doughnuts for an upcoming episode of…

Grant Township candidates

Tom Kunse is seeking election as a Grant Township Trustee.  He id running as a Republican.  He has been married for 14 years and has two children who attend Clare…

Grant Township plans road study

Tuesday evening, Grant Township Supervisor Dan Dysinger reported on the road assessing program that has been contracted with Rowe Inc. of Mt. Pleasant. A report on the completed assessment of…

Hibl reports Scozzari trial winding down

Clare City Manager Ken Hibl returned from the Scozzari civil trial in Bay City to report to the Commission at the regular meeting Monday evening. In his report to the…

Farwell BOE adopts $12 million plus budget

In their last meeting of the school year, Farwell’s Board of Education amended the district’s 2011-12 budget, and adopted their 2012-13 budget. The only addition that differed from the 2011-12…

BOC chooses hard cap insurance option

At their last meeting, the Clare County Board of Commissioners heard a presentation by Jennifer Martin from Cadillac Insurance, the company that presently provides health care insurance for County employees. …

Clare City honors Larry Barco

It was standing room only as the Clare City Commission adopted a resolution honored retiring MidMichigan Medical Center – Clare President Larry Barco Monday evening Barco has headed up the…

Drain Commissioner eight-point lake report

On May 21st the Clare County Drain office received a call from Lake Board Chair Mark Walter that the water level at Eight Point Lake in Garfield Twp was getting…

Grant gets good news about old dump

An exploratory well to find the “confining layer” below the contaminents at the old Grant Township dump brought good news to the Township Board Tuesday evening. Supervisor Dan Dysinger reported…

ORV ban on Surrey Road discussed

The Surrey Township Board will look into a request to change the ruling that closes Surrey Road to ORV use. Chuck Gaskill was at the meeting to complain that the…