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Harrison home explodes, man injured

Harrison home explodes, man injured

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A fire that may have been caused by a gas explosion caused “significant damage” to a home in the Piney Woods subdivision in Hayes Township Tuesday…

Consumers opens Clare Service Center

Consumers opens  Clare Service Center

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Today, Friday, October 9 is the day that marks the dedication of the new $8.7 million Consumers Energy Clare Service Center, which is complete and now…

Clare Royalty crowned

Clare Royalty crowned

Clare Homecoming Court: Back from left – Trevor Crowley, Matt Mester, Ben Bates, Collin Beavan ( King), Julian LaFebre, Justin Tickle and Brenden Sersaw. Front row from left: Lauryn Fairchild,…

By 3-2 vote, Clare issues recreation bonds

By 3-2 vote, Clare issues recreation bonds

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Clare City Commission voted 3-2 Monday evening approving an Intent to Issue Bonds, the first step in the process of constructing a multi-purpose recreational complex…

Farwell man injured in Grant crash

Farwell man injured in Grant crash

By Pat Maurer Correspondent James Johnson, 73, of Farwell was seriously injured last Thursday, October 1, when the 1997 GMC Sonoma pickup he was driving went off the road and…

Manton woman injured in M-115 crash

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Shawnee Horn, 46, of Manton was injured October 1 when her 2007 Ford pickup was rear-ended as she was turning left into a business drive. The…

Congressman Reads to Farwell Students

Congressman Reads to  Farwell  Students

Rep. John Moolenaar was on hand reading to kids at the Mid Michigan Community Action Agency Head Start Preschool on Monday October 5, 2015.…

Langlois, McGuire attend Conference

Joshua Langlois and Mike McGuire of Clare, have  entered one head of Swine in the division of the 42nd annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). The NAILE is recognized…

Marion Fair board failed to pay 4-H’ers Auction proceeds

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Darryl Bode now presides over the Marion Fair board in wake of a police investigation into the fair organization’s finances. Bode replaces Howard McCrimmon who resigned…

Farwell Little League grounds improved

Farwell Little League grounds improved

The Village of Farwell and the Farwell Little League updated ball field fencing this past summer with an approximate project cost of $5500.00. The Friends of Clare County Parks &…

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