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Witbecks employees raise funds for co-worker

Witbecks employees raise funds for co-worker

Employees at Witbeck’s Family Foods came together to help a fellow worker, Pete Blosser, who has experienced extensive medical costs for care of a chronic condition.  Witbeck’s owner stated that…

Homemade sex video results in charges

Homemade sex video results in charges

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Weidman man, Brandon Watters, 22, is facing charges of Possession of Child Sexually Abusive Materials and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. An investigation…

Man extradited from California, charged for CSC on Harrison boy

Man extradited from California, charged for CSC on Harrison boy

Paul Ignacio Johnson was arrested in California and extradited to Michigan to face charges stemming from a sexual assault of a four year old boy in Harrison. The investigation began…

Kiosk aims to increase interest in history, exercise

Kiosk aims to  increase interest  in history, exercise

A railroad once ran through it—Mid Michigan Community College, that is. During the latter part of the 19th century, steam locomotives once regularly hauled men and materials between Clare and…

Adler named coordinator

Foundation Announces new Local Coordinator for Foreign Exchange Students In an effort to promote International Student Exchange and foster cross cultural initiatives in Central Michigan, STS Foundation is pleased to…

Surrey developing rental ordinance

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The process has begun to develop a Rental Ordinance for Surrey Township. Planning Commission Chair Mahlon (Buzz) Parsons reported that the first draft was ready for…

Scouts cross over to Boy Scouts

Scouts cross over to Boy Scouts

On April 30, 2013, the Clare Cub Scout Pack 3620 had their cross over ceremony. These eager scouts have earned many badges through the years of Cub Scouts. During the…

C.A.R.E. poised to take over Wexford shelter

By Genine Hopkins Corresponendent C.A.R.E. – Consider Adoption, Reduce Euthanasia – a local Harrison animal rescue organization, has been in conversations with Wexford County to contract county animal shelter operations. …

CMDHD to build new health, dental clinic in Harrison

CMDHD to build new health, dental clinic in Harrison

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The process is just beginning, but planning is underway for a brand new building next year that will house the Health Department, Mid Michigan Health and…

S.P.A.R.K.S. programs to close

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Renewal funding for most of Beaverton and Gladwin area schools, and for Farwell High School and their S.P.A.R.K.S. Programs (Students Participating in Academics and Recreation for…