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Suicide attempt stopped at jail

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare County Corrections officers were able to save a female inmate from suicide Saturday, June 1. While doing cell checks, officers were told by another inmate…

Harrison man fires shots, rams garage

Harrison man fires shots, rams garage

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Harrison man is facing multiple charges after he fired a gun during an argument with his cousin. Mark Reinke, 28, was arrested just after midnight…

Farwell hopes to curb rowdy teens

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In his report to the Farwell Village Council Monday, Zoning Administrator Rod Williams reported that he had met with the Clare County Sheriff’s Department about the…

Clare City approves $2.76 million budget

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Following a Public Hearing Monday evening, the Clare City Commission unanimously approved 4-0 (Commissioner Tom Koch was not at the meeting) a budget for the coming…

Ten-sixteen’s new coordinator hits the ground running

By Genine Hopkins It’s hard to walk into a new job when you’re replacing someone who is as dynamic as Sarah Kile was, but Audrey Bailey is up to the…

Farwell Students of Character

Farwell Students of Character

                      Farwell Students of Character April and May Front: Cloe James, Ashlee Ackerman, Noah Thompson, Amber Flowers, Jozzline Sharrow, Kylee…

Six receive golf scholarships

Local chef gives back

Local chef gives back

Michigan State University Extension in Clare County partners with local chef and the Central Michigan Community District Health Department (CMCDHD) to host a Share Our Strength’s Cook Matters class. The…

County Parks eliminate fees

Isabella County Parks recently eliminated the watercraft fees at Deerfield Nature Park and Meridian Park; this includes fees on canoes, kayaks, and fishing boats. In 2005 watercraft fees were instituted…

Farwell 8th graders visit Appledore

Farwell’s 8th grade students went on a tall ship the Appledore on May 14, 15, and 16.  They learned some amazing things about the Saginaw Bay watershed, like turbidity, pollution,…