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Garchow now a P.A.

Family and friends of Carrie Garchow (Kernstock), of Farwell would like to announce her graduation from Central Michigan University with a Master of Science Degree. Carrie graduated from Farwell High…

Don’t scrimp on vehicle maintenance!

Don’t scrimp on vehicle maintenance!

by Tony Molla Technician certification organization ASE surveys show a well-maintained vehicle not only lasts longer, it retains more of its resale value. With a sluggish economic recovery and today’s consumers…

Is your car trying to tell you something?

Is your car trying to tell you something?

While talking cars only appear in the movies, your vehicle can still communicate using its own language. Sounds like squealing, thumping, hissing and grinding are all signs that your vehicle…

Here’s a fall car care checklist

Here’s a fall car care checklist

The Car Care Council reminds motorists that checking their vehicles before the temperatures drop is a sensible way to avoid being stranded out in the cold and the unexpected expense…

Boobies, Bangles, Beads event back

Boobies, Bangles, Beads event back

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Relay For Life of Clare County’s  second annual Cancer fundraiser auction: Boobies, Bangles and Beads, is coming to Clare on September 10 and to Harrison on…

Bigford ruled competent for murder trial

Bigford ruled competent for murder trial

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Mary Lou Bigford of Lake, who has been charged with the April 18 murder of Lawrence Howard Jr., the father of Bigford’s three-year-old granddaughter, has been…

BOC approves 7% pay increases for administrators

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioners took a major leap Wednesday by approving seven percent raises for administrators except three elected officials will receive even higher salary hikes next fiscal year.…

County, Gelios not happy with Michigan Works change

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioner Jim Gelios said he didn’t hide his opposition over the county getting lumped in with seven other counties in the state’s East Central…

250+ attend Clare Wine Walk

250+ attend Clare Wine Walk

“Clare’s  Wine Walk 2.0 last Saturday was a tremendous success,” said Clare Chamber Director Pam O’Laughlin. She said, “There was not an empty seat in town!   The response for the…

Lipovsky raises $3500 for local hunger groups

Lipovsky raises $3500 for local hunger groups

Allison Lipovsky wrapped up Strikeout Hunger, she raised just over $3500.  The donations bought the Nov. Semi for Nutrition Network.   Just over $1500 was donated to Stone Soup, a local…

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