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Lois E. Gibis

Lois E. Gibis

Lois E. Gibis, age 79, of Clare, passed away quietly, surrounded by her family, on Friday, March 20, 2015 at her home.  She was born the daughter of John and…

Gary L. Robert, Sr.

Gary L. Robert, Sr.

Gary L. Robert, Sr. age 76, formerly of Clare, passed away Monday, March 23, 2015 at the Isabella County Medical Care Facility. He was born April 20, 1938 in Mount…

Adam Stenger

Adam Stenger

Adam Stenger- age 89 of Lake, passed away on March 23, 2015. Adam was born on November 22, 1925, in the Village of Kakast Hungary, the son of Michael and…

Farwell competes in Lego competition

Farwell competes in Lego competition

Farwell Elementary’s Lego Leagues participated at the Chippewa River District Libraries annual Lego brick building contest.  3rd and 4th graders started working on their Lego creations shortly after Christmas break.…

A-S Unity Church collects stuffed toys

A-S Unity Church collects stuffed toys

The Sheriff Loves Stuffed Animals Once again teddy bears and other stuffed animals have invaded the Clare County Sheriff’s office.  At the beginning of each year, the Unity Church of…

Clare Leprechaun winners named

Clare Leprechaun winners named

Winners in the Clare Irish Festival Leprechaun contest are: (from left) Max Pechacek (with his dad) of Clare; Carol Hiller of Harrison; Dylan Blain of Lake; Breanna Blain of Lake…

Business seeks food donations

H&R Block, recognizing the important contributions The Gathering Food Pantry , a not for profit in our area, does for this community will partner with them on Friday April 3rd and…

Local gardeners responsible for Welcome Center landscaping

Local gardeners responsible for Welcome Center landscaping

Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Transportation officials assembled at the Clare Welcome Center on Monday kicked off National Work Zone Awareness Week, reminding motorists to expect the unexpected while driving. Greg Johnson,…

Workshop offers tips on natural shorelines

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Lake property owners concerned with protecting their water quality and shoreline have a chance to learn the dos and don’ts of preserving and restoring buffer zones…

Strong winds in the Sugar Bush

By Bob Musser Farwell resident If ever a month of the year has been possibly misnamed – it is March. Due to the often unexpected change in its weather, it…