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James A. Brinkerhoff

James A. Brinkerhoff

James A. Brinkerhoff, age 91 of Clare, passed away Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland.  James was born the son of the late Don and…

Dr. Berg named physician group prez

Dr. Berg named physician group prez

Paul Berg, M.D., was recently named president of MidMichigan Physicians Group. He replaces James S. Bicknell, IV, M.D., who retired in December 2017. In this role Dr. Berg will lead…

Ice tree celebrates winter

Ice tree celebrates winter

Winter can be a fun time for some. Why not build your own sculpture. This amazing ice tree can be seen on Bert Road in Harrison.…

Gateway Lanes Bowling Results

Pos.  Team Name          Won  Lost 1  Flying Eagle Coins    34    10 2  Jack Of All Trades    27    17 3  High Rollers          26    18 4  Johnson Door          26    18 5  Steve’s Country Meats 26    18 6  ALPHA Chiropractic    25    19 7  Clueless In Clare     24    20 8 …

BPA students prepare for state competition

BPA students prepare for state competition

Business Professionals of America is a dynamic youth organization which provides leadership and business opportunities for high school students to prepare them in their selection as they make decisions on…

Kunse scores 1000th point as Lady Pioneers dismantle Pine River

Kunse scores 1000th point as Lady Pioneers dismantle Pine River

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer A big milestone for a key player. A solid team win. Tuesday’s non-league game was a good night in many ways for the Clare girls…

Pioneers peaking in time for tournament

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer With March right around the corner, the Clare boys basketball team has now won eight of its last night games. Friday night’s 78-46 home Jack…

Four grapplers qualify for regionals

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Clare wrestling team had a good showing at the division three individual district tournament on Saturday. The Pioneers, wrestling in Pinconning, had two champions…

Farwell’s Brooks one of states top swimmers

Farwell’s Brooks one of states top swimmers

As a young girl growing up in Lake,  Ciara Brooks remembers watching Michael Phelps on TV as he flew across the water with his impressive butterfly stroke leaving everyone in…

Season best of 62 not enough, Eagles lose to HL

Season best of 62 not enough, Eagles lose to HL

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Farwell had the offensive side of the ball figured out Friday night. The defense couldn’t quite slow down host Houghton Lake in the two’s Jack…