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Helen Marie Grover

Angels lifted Helen Marie (Liechti-Lloyd) Grover, from her home and families embrace on August 1, 2013 at the age of 99. Helen was born on February 26, 1914, in Wise…

BrewFest raises funds for K-9 dog

BrewFest raises funds for K-9 dog

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Clare BrewFest, which began in Clare in 2011 as part of the events during the Old 27 Classic Car Tour, has grown so much that…

Clare YC Cheer runners -up for best team in nation

Clare YC Cheer runners -up for best team in nation

The Clare YC Cheer Level 4 Team competed July 27th @ The Virginia Beach National Cheerleading Competition. The Team brought home a 2nd place title, earning them the rate of…

Superintendent’s Corner

By Farwell Superintendent Carl Seiter As we look to begin another school year, the excitement surrounding the new programs at Farwell Area Schools has many individuals counting the days to…

Government of the people

Dr. Ray Augenstein Government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish. These great words spoken by President Abraham Lincoln, at the conclusion of his…

Clark points gun at salesman

Clark points gun at salesman

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Kurt Clark, 46, of Farwell, is facing assault charges after he allegedly pointed a gun at a salesman who came to his door. Clare County Sheriff’s…

Citizens pack Hamilton hall to complain about facility

Citizens pack Hamilton hall to complain about facility

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent A meeting on the DCP application for a new gas processing facility in Hamilton Township drew ire from citizens concerned about potential issues. The meeting, held…

27 Moms nurse their babies simultaneously at Clare event

27 Moms nurse their babies  simultaneously at Clare event

Moms and babies got together last Friday morning to show their support for breastfeeding. Jessica Sova, breastfeeding coordinator and a public health dietitian at the Central Michigan District Health Department,…

Love INC seeks to make a difference

Love INC seeks to make a difference

By Genine Hopkins The multi-denominational group Love INC (Love in the name of Christ) is on a mission.  That mission is to make a real difference in the lives of…

Rampaging pigs destroy property, threaten neighborhood

Rampaging pigs  destroy property, threaten neighborhood

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Pigs being raised in a Harrison subdivision are creating a real problem for neighbors, Bernadette Giannola reported. She lives in Northland Acres off Cranberry Lake Road…