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School Board honors Charlie Bugbee

School Board honors Charlie Bugbee

Baseball coach Clint Colosky (left) and Superintendent Doniel Pummell (right) honor Charlie Bugbee, shown here with his mother Katie. Bugbee was named 2nd Team All State Infield for Division 3…

Just married

Just married

Bill and Jeanie Mishler of Clare announce the marriage of their son, Ross Mishler, to Stacey Dufaud, daughter of Bradley and Lori Dufaud of Pueblo West, Colorado. The wedding took…

In-house group to evaluate energy deficiencies

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioners will draw from the county’s own resources to assess buildings instead of hiring an energy services company to produce a check list. NORESCO…

Patrick Ronald Conley

Patrick Ronald Conley, 57, of Hampton, VA passed away on August 27, 2014 with his family at his side. “Pat” Conley was born in Mt. Pleasant, MI on October 2,…

Civil War

Civil War

The American Civil War is coming to Isabella County! Union and Confederate Civil War Reenactors from across the state will meet on September 20 and 21, 2014 in the 10th…

New Rotary Members

New Rotary Members

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare Rotary has three new members in the organization. Cops and Doughnuts co-owners Greg Rynearson and Al White, and Frank Newman, CPA and partner in the…

NHS & VFW clean highway

NHS & VFW clean highway

The Farwell National Honor Society along with VFW Post 3039 Sparta-Esterline helped clean up part of US10 in Farwell on Friday, September 12th as part of the Adopt a Highway…

Clare BOE approves CEA contract

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a special meeting held September 30th, the Clare Board of Education unanimously approved a new two-year contract with the Clare Education Association. The new contract…

Busy start for CCRC’s Gupta

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Deepak Gupta, the Clare County Road Commission engineer-manager, says he’ll take a fresh look at primary and local roads before developing a 5-year transportation plan for…

Mathias heads to prison

Mathias heads to prison

Joseph Michael Mathias, 46, of Harrison, is facing 23 months to 20 years in prison after being sentenced earlier this week in Clare County Circuit Court by Judge Roy Mienk.…