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Surrey plans to regulate rentals

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Surrey Township Planning Commission Chair Mahlon (Buzz) Parsons recommended to the board Tuesday that the PC begin work on developing an ordinance to regulate…

Mark J. Lough

Mark Joseph (Kinkle) Lough, formerly of Farwell, passed away suddenly at his home in Astor, Florida, on Tuesday, November 13th. He was born on July 8, 1957 in Clare. He…

Royena G. Trease

Royena Grace Trease, age 80 of Lake George, passed away on November 10, 2012, at Mid-Michigan Medical Center-Clare. She was born on July 12, 1932, the daughter of Roy and…

4th graders go to deer camp

As part of the Clare Primary Science program, 24 fourth graders dressed up in their “hunter’s orange and red and cammo outfits and came to school to “learn all about…

Koch named Fawell’s DPW super

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   “His six month probationary period is over,” said Farwell Village Council Member Barb Roe, “And I think it is time we give him the…

Bicknell, Timmins to co-chair Love Light Trees campaign

Community members are invited to be a part of the 28th annual Love Light Trees ceremony at MidMichigan Medical Center–Clare on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. Co-chairing this year’s…

Safe Routes sidewalk project complete in Farwell

Safe Routes sidewalk project complete in Farwell

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   After four long years of planning and construction, Farwell’s new walkway between downtown, the schools and Surrey Road, over a mile north, is now…

Grant Twp. won’t renew road patrol

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   After talking about it for months and despite at least two board members’ concerns for public safety, the Grant Township Board voted unanimously Tuesday…

Sexton sentenced

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   William Sexton, Jr., who pled “no contest” October 1 to two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct in the third degree, was sentenced by…

Beavers sentenced to 3 terms

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Jayme Allen Beavers was sentenced to three concurrent prison terms by Circuit Court Judge Thomas Evans November 5. Beavers was charged with violating his…