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Scintillating Summerfest

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Despite intermittent heavy showers, people were on hand to help celebrate Clare’s Summerfest last weekend. Hundreds showed up for Witbeck’s annual free picnic and the teddy…

A DAY TO HONOR ALL KOREAN WAR VETERANS

The Sons of the American Legion Clare-Farwell Post 558 (400 E. Ludington, Farwell, MI 48622) are holding a celebration on Friday, July 12 at 2pm to honor all Korean War…

Students renovating fairgrounds barns

Students renovating fairgrounds barns

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Passerbys on Business 127 might notice some renovation at the Clare County Fairgrounds barns that are next to Georgio’s Pizzeria.  Two HHS graduates/MMCC students, have been…

Farwell fires DPW chief, names Colosky to council

Farwell fires DPW chief, names Colosky to council

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Changes are happening in Farwell’s Village government. New Council member Justin Colosky was selected and approved Monday as the board member to fill the remainder of…

Gladwin woman injured trying to avoid deer

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 49-year-old Gladwin woman, Gladys Dangler, was seriously injured in an accident last Saturday when she tried to avoid hitting a deer on Beaverton Road just…

Manholes pose problem

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent City of Harrison Department of Public Works Superintendent Steve Phelps reported on the progress he’s made in obtaining bids to fix the issues caused by seven…

Harrison musician’s debut single create internet buzz

Harrison musician’s debut single create internet buzz

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent While Rebecca Henry was just a student at Harrison High School, it was evident that she had something special. That something was a God given talent…

USDA grant to fund new police car for Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A United States Department of Agriculture grant will fund the purchase of a new police car for Clare City, Acting City Manager Steve Kingsbury reported Monday…

Coleman filmmaker premieres new film at Ideal Theatre

Coleman filmmaker premieres new film at Ideal Theatre

On July 15th, Coleman filmmaker, John W. Bosley, will be doing a return premiere of his recent film, The House That Jack Broke, at the Ideal Theater in Clare. The…

Harrison discusses moving city hall

Harrison discusses moving city hall

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Harrison Mayor Stacy Stocking, City Council members and other city employees planned a visit to the old Rural Water building located across from the Harrison Fire…