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Five vie for 4-H Ambassador

  This fall the Clare County 4-H program hosted an ambassador contest. This year five area youth applied for the position to serve their community as representatives of 4-H. Being…

BOC laments loss of Chairman David, Burger

Erich T. Doerr | Review Correspondent The election is over and changes are coming to the Clare County Board of Commissioners. On Wednesday less than 13 hours after polls closed…

Northwoods hunting expected to see comeback

The DNR says northern Michigan deer hunting, once an established tradition for hunters, is headed for a comeback. “There was a long tradition of going to deer camp somewhere north…

Give local Veterans a smile, hand shake, pat on the back

 By Renee Haley As Veterans Day approaches, we do not need to be reminded of the conflict that still rages in our world. Like other things of great value, this…

A hero’s story – Veterans saluted

A hero’s story – Veterans saluted

When World War II veteran Chinis Bennett was 17 years old , he wanted to enlist in the United States Navy , but his parents wouldn’t sign the permission papers…

Obama, Camp, Stabenow and Johnson re-elected

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   It was an “edge of your seat” election night, but by 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, Democrat Barack Obama was proclaimed U.S. President for another…

Expansion starts, Cath lab to open in April 2013

MidMichigan Medical Center–Clare broke ground in early October on an expansion project that will include a new state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization laboratory slated to open in April 2013. “We expect to…

Augenstein, Blain, Bond elected supervisors

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Tuesday’s voters had to choose trustees in six townships, Supervisors in three and a treasurer in one township. Freeman Township had the most choices. John…

Lighting up Clare

Lighting up Clare

Photo By R. Guiliani   New LED lights are brightening the scene in Clare these evenings. The Downtown Development Autority District provided the new lights through private and business donations…

County incumbents win, Klaus new judge

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   55th District Circuit Court Judge Roy G. Mienk will serve another six-year term on the bench. He was re-elected Tuesday winning against challenger and…