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Correction

Mr. Demarest is correct. I misunderstood the comment made by Clare City Manager Ken Hibl at the City meeting August 5. I apologize for the mistake. Here is the Corrected…

New BBBS matches

New  BBBS matches

Mid Michigan Big Brothers Big Sisters would like to welcome Big Sister Christy and Little Sister Ashiah to the program! Christy and Ashiah were matched on Thursday in Gladwin. They…

Designer drugs gaining popularity

Designer  drugs gaining  popularity

By Cathy Taylor Correspondent Cases involving bath salts are on the rise in Michigan, according to Osceola County Undersheriff Justin Halladay, and are rapidly replacing meth as the “drug of…

Old hotel lot to become part of Surrey Fire Department

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The lot where the hotel once stood in Farwell now belongs to the Surrey Township Fire Department. Fire Chief Dave Williams requested that the property be…

Jezewski appointed to sergeant

James R. Jezewski has been promoted to the rang of sergeant in the U.S. Army National Guard. Jezewski is a scout team leader assigned to 108th Cavalry Regiment at Natchitoches,…

Farwell to apply for infrastructure grant

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Thomas Bihlmeyer, Vice President of Wade Trim, was at the Farwell Village Council meeting August 5th to recommend his company prepare a SAW (storm water, asset…

Michigan Works changes Bernie Dorin’s life

Michigan Works changes Bernie Dorin’s life

By Genine Hopkins Just about a year ago, Bernie Chance Dorin’s life was completely different than it was today.  He was serving a short sentence in an Indiana county jail…

Hit and run driver sought

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare County Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for the owner of an older, maroon Oldsmobile Cutlass in connection with a hit-and-run accident Monday. According to a release…

MSU Agriculture seeks input at MMCC confab

Harrison will be a stop on a Michigan State University tour designed to get input from residents about the future of one of the nation’s premier land-grant institutions. The What’s…

First Bank to merge with Mercantile Bank

First Bank to merge with Mercantile Bank

Mercantile Bank and Firstbank announced today that the two are merging to create a new organization that will be the third-largest Michigan-based bank overall and the leading Michigan-owned bank in…