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Chiropractor raises $3.9 K

A promotion at Benchley Chiropractic throughout the month of May raised $3,902.93 to help pay for Sheriff John Wilson’s medical expenses. Wilson has been fighting cancer since March and is…

MP company starts mobile drug testing

Substance abuse can cost employers significant time and money or lead to employee accidents, but regular drug testing is often a costly and inconvenient process for all involved. One mobile…

Krapohl Ford celebrates 67 years in car business

Krapohl Ford celebrates 67 years in car business

Thursday, August 10th was a big day at Krapohl Ford Lincoln in Mt. Pleasant. All day long they were celebrating the 67th anniversary of the business with food, music and…

Harrison hopes success continues under new coach

Harrison hopes success continues under new coach

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer There’s a new man in charge. Though when it comes to Jamie Lipovsky, perhaps new isn’t quite the right term. Lipovsky, while he takes over…

Bryant hopes improved offensive line will carry Eagles

Bryant hopes improved offensive line will carry Eagles

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Don’t tell the Farwell football team they aren’t supposed to win football games. While the Eagles have had a hard time finding success in recent…

Ambassadors serve at fair

Ambassadors serve at fair

By Sherry Landon The Clare County 4-H ambassadors were busy all week long at the Clare County Fair serving the 4-H program as well as helping out at scheduled events…

31 attend 23rd reunion

The Hecker-Reigle-Hughes reunion Saturday August 5, 2017 at Harrison City Park had 25 adults and 6 children from 13 Harrison towns. Jason Hughes and family drove up from Tampa, Al…

SPARKS to continue thanks to five year $675k grant

SPARKS to continue  thanks to five  year $675k grant

In its 14-year history, the SPARKS program has served more than 2,500 local students. Thanks to the leadership of some hardworking local educators, that trend will continue for the next…

Noise, trucks have Grant Twp. residents objecting

Noise, trucks have Grant Twp. residents objecting

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Once again the Grant Township meeting was filled with people, less than 30 this time, who wanted to air their concerns during public comment time. But…

Woman dies when tube crashes into boat

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 23-year-old woman who was riding on a tube behind a boat on Sand Lake, died Sunday afternoon when she and a teen who was also…

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