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Bobcats upend Eagles

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Farwell will end the calender year without a win, after falling to visiting Houghton Lake 50-38 on Thursday, Dec. 17. Marissa Gassel had 10 points…

Harrison girls fall

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Harrison couldn’t use home court to its advantage on Thursday, Dec. 18, falling to visiting Roscommon 51-34 in Jack Pine Conference girls’ basketball. Jessica Scherrer…

Harrison falls in overtime at Rosco

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Harrison nearly grabbed its first win of the season Friday night, but ended up falling to host Roscommon, 62-55 in a Jack Pine Conference boys’…

Wooden horse comes to Clare to try to save term limits

Wooden horse comes to Clare to try to save term limits

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Jeff Tillman is traveling around the state with a 10 foot wooden horse for “Don’t Touch Term Limits,” the Citizen’s Calvary to promote public awareness of…

Farwell 4th grader grows 25 lb cabbage

Farwell 4th grader grows 25 lb cabbage

Farwell Elementary fourth grader, Madison Dysinger, proudly shows off her 25-pound cabbage which was judged the winner for the state of Michigan.  She and her classmates received the plants last…

Five injured when car hits buggy

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Five members of an area Amish family are still hospitalized after their buggy was rear-ended last Sunday evening. According to a release from Clare County Sheriff…

Alternate 911 Center installed at Clare PD

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Commissioners wound up their regular meeting Monday evening with a tour of the new “Alternative 911 Dispatch Center” now installed at the Clare Public…

Clare BOE votes to develop bond plan

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a unanimous 5-0 vote (Ben Browning and John Miller were absent) the Clare Board of Education voted Monday evening to contract with TowerPinkster as architect…

Jacobson, Kreckman reappointed to MMCC Board

Jacobson, Kreckman  reappointed to MMCC Board

At the December 2nd meeting of MMCC’s Board of Trustees, Douglas Jacobson and Eric Kreckman, shown here with Clare County Clerk Pam Mayfield, were reappointed as college trustees.  Mayfield swore…

MMCC inducts students

MMCC inducts students

The Mid Michigan Community College Foundation’s program, Students of Promise, recently inducted its ninth group of students.  Twenty-three seventh grade students, selected from Beaverton, Clare, Farwell, Gladwin, and Harrison school…