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Pitcher raises $900 to ‘Strike Out Hunger’

Pitcher raises $900 to ‘Strike Out Hunger’

After starting her softball career in third grade with the Clare Little League program, Clare Middle Schooler Abby Mellish is now helping to Strike Out For Hunger for her local community.…

Lady Eagles win Dig Pink Rally

Lady Eagles win Dig Pink Rally

By Ben Murphy Clare County rivals Farwell and Clare up in the latter’s home gym for a good cause Monday night, as the two volleyball teams squared off in their…

35-point second half, leads Clare over Farwell

By Ben Murphy For the first half of Friday’s five mile rivalry game it looked like host Farwell was going to give Clare a run for its money. The Pioneers…

Local Panel Discussion – Tuition Free Community College Movement

During his 2015 State of the Union Address, President Obama unveiled America’s College Promise.  If passed, this proposal could make two years of community college free for responsible students around…

Lady Hornets spike Meridian

Lady Hornets spike Meridian

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Harrison’s season of vast improvement on the volleyball court continued Monday night, as it topped Jack Pine Conference foe Meridian. The Lady Hornets won the…

Clare routs Pinny

by Ben  Murphy Sports Writer Clare won in a laugher in its division three soccer district opener Tuesday night, as the Pioneers throttled visiting Pinconning 8-0. Camden Dice booted in…

Harrison punches playoff ticket with Beaverton win

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer It was close at times but they got the job done. Host Harrison managed to stave off a pesky Beaverton football squad Friday, prevailing for…

Clare runners JPC champions once again

Clare runners JPC champions once again

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Six in a row for the girls. Eight in a row for the boys. The consecutive Jack Pine Conference championship streaks for the Clare cross…

Award winning season for Farwell Marching Band

Award winning season for Farwell Marching Band

The Marching Eagles have had quite a busy marching season this fall! It all started with a week spent at Band Camp. The band traveled to Gladwin and went to…

Coleman Lions honor four

Coleman Lions honor four

Coleman Lions Club is pleased to announce the winners of our Charter Night party games at the 75th Anniversary fundraiser on October 10th. Coleman resident Rodney Colmus was the winner…

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