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Eagles win, tie Hornets

By Ben Murphy Farwell hosted Harrison in both team’s Jack Pine Conference baseball opener Tuesday, with the Eagles winning game one 1-0 and the second game finishing in a 5-5…

Pioneers drop two

By Ben Murphy Clare found its road baseball doubleheader at Meridian unkind Tuesday night, as the Mustangs swept away the Pioneers 5-1 and 12-1 in Jack Pine Conference play. Charlie…

Clare kickers drop 3 matches

Clare kickers drop 3 matches

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer For a half the Clare girls’ soccer team played with undefeated McBain Northern Michigan Christian. The second half was all Lady Comets however, as host…

Clare H.S. Drama to perform

Clare H.S. Drama to perform

The Clare high school stage production students would like to invite you to their upcoming production, “Ax of Murder” at the middle school auditorium on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at…

Lake grandmother charged with shooting child’s father – Dead man shot six times in the head

Lake grandmother charged with shooting child’s father – Dead man shot six times in the head

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 52-year-old Lake woman, Mary Lou Bigford, is in the Isabella County Jail on first degree murder charges after she allegedly shot the father of her…

Friends seek donations for family

Friends seek donations for family

A “gofundme” site on Facebook was started Wednesday to raise funds for the family of Mary Lou Bigford of Lake, who has been charged with the April 18 murder of…

and the MOST BEAUTIFUL baby is

and the MOST BEAUTIFUL baby is

By Sherry Landon Through late November and on into the end of January The Clare County Review was in search of finding a child who could be named the Clare…

Clare BOE approves ballot for $2.45 million bond

Clare BOE approves ballot for $2.45 million bond

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare School District voters will go to the polls August 4 to say “yea” or “nay” to a proposal to borrow $2.45 million for building renovations,…

Beware! IRS scam scares readers

The Clare County REVIEW has received several phone calls this past week from readers concerned that the IRS was demanding money from them and if they didn’t pay immediately their…

Hundreds attend Northern Traditions

Hundreds attend Northern Traditions

Photos by J. Maurer Mid Michigan Community College Foundation held its thirteenth annual fundraiser, A Northern Tradition at Jay’s last Saturday. A Northern Tradition is the Foundation’s biggest fundraiser. Thanks…

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