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Rosebush woman charged for cyber stalking

Rosebush woman charged for cyber stalking

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Johnna Elizabeth Totten, 39, of Rosebush was arrested March 8, arraigned on March 11 and charged with stalking, a one-year misdemeanor; and using a computer…

Commission won’t allow Grant Twp. to limit trucks

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Grant Township’s efforts to save their roads from heavy truck use, especially by detour traffic during road projects, have hit a snag. Road Commissioner Dick…

Parent tells Harrison BOE ‘my child mistreated!’

By Cathy Taylor Review Correspondent The Harrison Board of Education’s March meeting was held last Monday evening .  All Board members were present with the exception of Board Treasurer Dan…

Auction Kicks off Irish Festival

Auction Kicks off Irish Festival

Business After Hours and the annual Big Brothers/Big Sisters Auction kicked off the Clare Irish Festival Wednesday evening. Shown here is Auctioneer Norm Yoder auctioned off local art during the…

Survivor’s Skupin is MMCC’s special guest

Survivor’s Skupin is MMCC’s special guest

The Mid Michigan Community College Foundation will welcome Mike Skupin, former two-time contestant on the TV series Survivor, as the special guest at its annual fundraiser—A Northern Tradition. Skupin will…

Seven escape house fire

Seven escape house fire

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A house fire that may have been started by a woodstove completely destroyed a Harrison Home Sunday morning. Four adults and three children lost everything…

Surrey Treasurer exonerated, Embezzlement charges dismissed

Surrey Treasurer exonerated, Embezzlement charges dismissed

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Surrey Township Treasurer was happy when she read the email sent from County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis to Township Attorney Jaynie Hoerauf and forwarded to her…

Rep Johnson jumps into frozen waters for Special Olympics

Rep Johnson jumps into frozen waters for Special Olympics

State Rep. Joel Johnson, R-Clare, was joined by Tom Pirnstill of Lake, Gladwin Police Chief Duane Bean, and Sarah Kile of the Central Michigan District Health Department along with other…

“The Princess Who”

“The Princess Who”

Join us for the Clare High School’s stage productions of “Princess Who?” on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 2:00pm in the Clare middle school auditorium. Admission is simply a donation…

SEBTC deadline extended

The March 1 deadline for the Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer for Children (SEBTC) demonstration project has been extended to give more local qualifying families the chance to receive a food…