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Ireta L. Dancer

Ireta L. Dancer

Ireta Lillis Dancer 96 of Harrison, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at Green Acres Mt. Pleasant. Ireta was born Tuesday, July 6, 1920 in Harrison, the daughter…

Farwell looks to take next step

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer A year ago the Farwell boys basketball team took its first step towards being a successful squad. This winter, the Eagles believe they are ready…

Kunse scores 27 as Lady Pioneers win opener 61-43

Kunse scores 27 as Lady Pioneers win opener 61-43

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Clare girls basketball team looks to be in good position to have a strong season. The Lady Pioneers went 13-9 overall last year but…

Albaugh leads Lady Eagles over Evart

Albaugh leads Lady Eagles over Evart

By Ben Murphy Sports Correspondent The Farwell girls basketball team was a winner in its season opener Tuesday night, as they topped host Evart 42-33 in a non-conference game. The…

Ickes settles in new role

By John Raffel Correspondent Karen Ickes started on Aug. 1 in her role of serving producers in Clare and Osceola Counties as the Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP) Technician.…

Hill attends conference

Saginaw Valley State University students attended the Great Lakes Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls (GLACURH) Conference, which took place Nov. 18-20. The event was held at the Hilton…

Harrison drops opener

By Ben Murphy Sports Correspondent The road was unkind to the Harrison girls basketball team Tuesday night, as it dropped its non-league game at Lake City 56-24. The Lady Trojans…

MM-Health offers stipend

MidMichigan Health is accepting applications for the Bernard F. and Melissa Anne Bailey Family Fund Scholarship. Students may access the application online at www.midmichigan.org/bailey. Applications for the 2017-18 school year must…

Golf ball drop benefited dept.

Golf ball drop benefited dept.

By Steve Landon On a normal late November day one might expect to see snow falling from the sky, however, this was not the case at the Historic Clare Train…

Jones finds volunteering “extremely rewarding”

Jones finds volunteering “extremely rewarding”

When Karen Jones moved to Clare in 1979, she began looking for volunteer opportunities while her children were in school. She began volunteering at Clare Osteopathic Hospital (now MidMichigan Medical…