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Love INC receives grant

A grant from the Brighter Futures Fund at the Clare County Community Foundation was awarded to Love INC of Clare County. This grant is to be used toward Computer System…

Students rated superior

Several local students participated in the Michigan Fine Arts Competition held on March 21-22 in Lansing. Participants are able to compete in 64 different categories of skills. The following individuals…

Pioneer thinclads finish 3rd in Freeland

By Ben Murphy The Clare varsity track teams competed at the Freeland Invitational on Friday, with both the boys and girls teams coming in third place in the seven team…

Women’s Club recognizes 42 FHS honor students

Women’s Club recognizes 42 FHS honor students

The annual Honors Recognition Night sponsored by the Farwell Women’s Club was held in the Jaime Performing Arts Center on April 9th..  The students of the Class of 2014 who…

MMCC inducts 47 honor students

MMCC inducts 47 honor students

On Friday, March 21, 2014, Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society inducted 47 new members into the Alpha Omicron Omicron Chapter at Mid Michigan Community College.  To join the honor…

Rep. Johnson speaks to constituents

Rep. Joel Johnson met with his Clare County constituents on March 31st at the Clare Airport. He is available at that location on the last Monday of every month from…

Depot move delayed until April 22, 2014

        Due to recent weather activity and power outages in surrounding areas the Clare Depot Restoration Project has announced a delay in the move of the depot…

Getting the site ready for the big depot move

Partners, city officials, legislators, local ministers and committee members all gathered at the new site for the historic Clare Railroad Depot Wednesday morning for a site blessing and groundbreaking ceremony.…

Swiper promoted

Clare’s K-9 Officer Swiper, scheduled to retire from duty at the end of the month was promoted to Sergeant by the Clare City Commission last Monday evening. City Manager Ken…

Feneley to retire after 35 years

The Gateway Community Band has announced the retirement of it founding music conductor, Kenneth H. Feneley.  Starting in March of 2005 with 25 or so musicians, many of whom had…