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Amish craft show this weekend

By Pat Maurer Correspondent If crafts and quilts are your thing, Amish quilts and crafts are known for quality and beautiful work all over the United States. You can find…

Kayakers pull unconscious man from Muskegon

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Five kayakers are credited with saving the life of Lance Vanbuskirk, 33, of Harrison last Saturday when they pulled him, unconscious, from the Muskegon River and…

Champine guilty of CSC

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Darin Michael Champine, 47, of Farwell, was found guilty of sexually exploiting three minor children in 55th Circuit Court May 13. He was found guilty of…

Coleman student designs logo

Coleman student designs logo

The Graphic Arts class of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program at the Clare-Gladwin RESD was approached to assist the Clare-Gladwin Recovery Court with the development of a logo…

FHS fine arts has busy week

FHS fine arts has busy week

Students and community members were treated to a number of events at Farwell High School courtesy of the Fine Arts Department. THE GOURMET EXPRESSIONS CAFE kicked off the week on…

Cops attend Police Week

Cops attend Police Week

Cops & Doughnuts Bakery Cop-Owners are shown working a vending space at the Fraternal Order of Police DC Lodge #1 at Tent City located at 1880 2nd Street Southwest in…

Harrison plans safe walking routes

Harrison Community Schools is working with the City of Harrison to make Harrison a safer place for walkers and bicycle riders and drivers by pursuing a Safe Routes to School…

Career Center names Prosecutors Office ‘Placement of Year’

Career Center names Prosecutors Office ‘Placement of Year’

On Friday May 9, 2014, the Clare Gladwin Career Center held its annual end of the year awards assembly.  Typically this is when students are awarded for their accomplishments over…

Dr. Pol offers testimony

The House Health Policy Committee today heard testimony on a bill that would protect health care professionals from allegations of misconduct seen only on a reality television show, announced the…

Farwell takes first step to develop DDA district

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a special meeting held April 22 during their monthly Committee of the Whole meeting, the Farwell Village Council accepted a proposal from a new Engineering…