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Winter safety tips

By Alea Thayer, Clare High School BPA member Winter can be a very dangerous time of year. That is why everyone needs to be aware of the great amount of…

Farwell Council relieves clerk of duties

Farwell Council relieves clerk of duties

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a special meeting Wednesday evening, the Farwell Village Council voted 5-1 to “temporarily relieve” Village Clerk] Janet Conlay of duties in the Village offices until…

Garfield blight ordinance causes firestorm at township meeting

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A proposed ordinance intended to clean up abandoned and other unsafe properties in Garfield Township created a firestorm Jan. 25 when residents suspected an attempt at…

Harrison’s Frostbite Festival set for next weekend

Harrison’s Frostbite Festival set for next weekend

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Harrison’s eighth annual Frostbite Winter Festival with a “Rock & Roll” theme is underway next weekend and guaranteed to put some winter fun into your…

Deadline to vote in Primary is Monday

Deadline to vote in Primary is Monday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent There’s only a couple of days left to register to vote in the March eighth primary in Michigan. If you are not already registered, you can…

Man crashes in to four vehicles

Man crashes in to four vehicles

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Clare man, Clare Police Captain Dave Saad called “confused” hit two parked vehicles and pushed one into a third in downtown Clare Wednesday afternoon. Saad…

Hill to study Super Bowl Commercials

Saginaw Valley State University student Daniel Hill, a a marketing major from Harrison, will participate in a focus group evaluating this year’s Super Bowl commercials Sunday, Feb. 7. The focus…

Clare Commission presents lifesaving pen to officer

Clare Commission presents lifesaving pen to officer

By Pat Maurer Correspondent On January 24th, Officer Natasha Seymour saved a woman’s life. She was on duty when she responded to a call for assistance on Washington Road, just…

RESD to ask voters for 1 mill on May 3

The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District will ask voters to consider a millage request this spring that would help fund its Career & Technical Education (CTE) programs. At its regular…

Peacock named to list

The following local students were named to Albion College’s Dean’s list for the fall 2015 semester. Students named to the Dean’s List must achieve a grade point average of 3.5…