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1st timer gets 8-point

1st timer gets 8-point

Fourteen year old Jay Burmeister from Gladwin, shot an 8 point buck in Sheridan Township during youth hunt. It was his first time hunting. Jay is the son of Scott…

Dancer scores huge buck

Dancer scores huge buck

This 10pt. buck was taken in Clare County on opening night by Dale Dancer. The deer weighed 144# and was the direct result of years of Quality Deer Management. Dale…

Residents tell Booher, Johnson to open land

Residents tell Booher, Johnson to open land

State Sen. Darwin Booher and state Rep. Joel Johnson met with Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Director Keith Creagh and local officials in Harrison recently to discuss opening access…

Harrison BOE introduces new member, Roger Peterson

Erich T. Doerr | Review Correspondent The Harrison School Board had a meeting Monday night and used it to meet with newly elected member Roger Peterson. It was one of…

Suspect arrested for assault with intent to murder

Troopers from the Mt Pleasant Post arrested a suspect in connection with an investigation into a shooting that occurred on Saturday night.    On 11/17/2012, troopers were dispatched to investigate a…

Menominee ends Clare season in regional finals, 28-21

Menominee ends Clare season in regional finals, 28-21

By Ben Murphy   Clare stood 43 yards away from the end zone as time expired on Saturday’s Division five regional championship football game. Zack Tyler fired an incomplete desperation…

Six correction officers handed pink slips

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   The staff at the Clare County Jail is slightly smaller these days. Lt. Ed Williams said he was given permission by the County Commission…

Fire destroys 100 year old building

Fire destroys 100 year old building

A weekend fire destroyed a 100 year-old home in downtown Clare last Saturday morning. According to Clare Fire Chief Jim Chapman, the house, a residence and business behind the Whitehouse…

Farwell teen shoots black bear, then huge buck

Editor’s Note: This is the story of two hunting trips that Chalsey Stiglich, a Farwell High School student took with her father, Brian. On the trips she shot a Michigan…

Surrey plans to regulate rentals

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Surrey Township Planning Commission Chair Mahlon (Buzz) Parsons recommended to the board Tuesday that the PC begin work on developing an ordinance to regulate…