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Rendels ask Clare to pay for cleanup

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Comment from two concerned city residents took up much of the Clare City meeting Monday. Jack and Cathy Rendel were once again at the Commission meeting…

911, senior millage renewals pass easily

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The unofficial election results are in and the Clare County Sheriff’s Department and Senior Services Department can breathe a little easier. Both millage renewals passed in…

Field of Dreams becomes reality- Celebration planned for new field next weekend

Field of Dreams becomes reality- Celebration planned for new field next weekend

By Pat Maurer Correspondent After just over six months of fundraising and hard work by the Pioneers Are Leaders committee and many community members, the Brookwood 2.0 Phase One is…

Four generations celebrated

From left to right: Hunter Teachout, Jessica Howard, Thomas Janecke, Karl Janecke, Timothy Howard, and Jacob Howard. Hunter, Jessica, Karl, Timothy and Jacob reside in Eaton Rapids, and Thomas resides…

ILQ expands to 40 employees

MichAGAIN.org says it perfectly, “Land of Opportunity. Live it firsthand.” That is exactly what the Central Michigan University Research Corporation (CMURC) incubator graduate Institutional Liquidities (ILQ) is doing. ILQ is…

22 area health facilities earn designation

Twenty-two medical practices at MidMichigan Health have been designated as Patient Centered Medical Home Practices (PCMH) by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. These practices are improving health care quality…

BBBS announces match

BBBS announces match

Mid Michigan Big Brothers Big Sisters would like to welcome Big Brother Val and Little Brother Devin. This match was introduced at the Clare 7 Eleven Store on Saturday as…

Australian minister brings humor & faith to church

Australian minister brings humor & faith to church

The Reverend Ron Cook is infusing a new spirit in the First Congregational Church of Harrison and he’s doing it with humor and wisdom, music and stories, based on a…

Graphic Arts students place at state competition

Graphic Arts students place at state competition

Students from the Clare-Gladwin Career Center’s Graphic Arts program recently submitted eight projects showcasing their skills acquired in the classroom to the 2013 Michigan Industrial and Technology Education Society (MITES)…

Pere Marquette Library gets state award for service

Pere Marquette Library gets  state award for service

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare’s Pere’ Marquette District Library was honored Tuesday as the “2013 Champion Community Service Partner for the State of Michigan.” Experience Works, the nation’s largest organization…