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CLOVERBUD FUN – Kids and their beloved pets

CLOVERBUD FUN – Kids and their beloved pets

By Sherry Landon 4-H is a positive youth development program that teaches youngsters the value of hard work, integrity, responsibility, citizenship, leadership and service to our communities. In 4-H youth…

BOC eliminates Extension funding

BOC eliminates Extension funding

By Pat Maurer Correspondent More than 300 young people and over 70 volunteers that help them will no longer be able to participate in the MSU Extension 4-H program in…

Seven run for 97th District State Rep

Seven run for 97th District State Rep

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Five Republicans and two Democrats are on the August 2 ballot seeking a chance to fill Representative Joel Johnson’s seat in Michigan’s 97th District Legislature next…

Two vie to be GOP clerk nominee

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Two Republicans are trying for a county clerk slot on the November ballot Tuesday. Kimberly Davis and Lori Martin each want to face Democratic incumbent Pamela…

Country star performs to sold out crowd

Country star performs to sold out crowd

Sheriff John Wilson posted this aerial shot of the sold out crowd at the Kelsea Ballerini concert held at the Clare County Fair.…

Loretta R. Wilber

Loretta R. Wilber

Loretta R. Wilber, age 88, of Farwell, passed away on Sunday, July 24, 2016 at Pleasant Ridge AFC Home in Marion.   She was born the daughter of Herman and Clara…

Russell takes over at Clare-Gladwin CTE

Russell takes over at Clare-Gladwin CTE

For new Clare-Gladwin Career & Technical Education Program Director Sandra Russell, it’s all about timing. Russell officially joined the CTE staff at the Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District in early…

Riley John White

Riley John White

Riley John White, age 20, of Clare, died suddenly on Thursday, July 21, at his home.   He was born the son of Joshua “Buck” Shilling and Stacy White on February…

Truck routes and steel wheels

It is well known that for many years Grant Township has been a completely deregulated community. This subject has crossed my desk several times each year; I’ve described this before…

Police search for person who stole from veterans

Police search for person who stole from veterans

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Sheriff John Wilson said, “It’s sad that someone would do something like this to our Veterans after all they have done in fighting for our country…