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School supplies donated

School supplies donated

“The American Legion Riders of Post 558 in Farwell made a generous donation of school supplies to the Farwell Elementary School.  Under the leadership of Aaron Moline (4th from the…

CCCF receives grant

CCCF receives grant

The Clare County Community Foundation recently met with Clare Veteran’s Services to present a $10,000 grant and tour the future site of the new Veteran’s Park.  Pictured in the photo,…

Pioneer runners expect another big season

Pioneer runners expect another big season

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer When it comes to cross country in this area, Clare just seems to dominate. Both the girls’ and boys’ teams expect yet another banner year.…

Baldwin scores hole-in-one

Baldwin scores hole-in-one

Richard Baldwin of Hamilton Township was more than delighted when he aced the second hole at Devils Knob Golf Course on August 17th. Mr. Baldwin used his fine wood to…

Clare soccer looks to take next step

Clare soccer looks to take next step

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Clare soccer team took a big step forward in the 2014 season. After a couple sub-par seasons the Pioneers climbed back to the .500…

Riding for Hospice

Riding for Hospice

Big R’s Smokin’ Joe 10th Annual Side by Side Hospice Ride took place August 22 All proceeds went to their “Build the Dream” campaign which builds hospice homes for Clare…

Couture on Dean’s List

 Kendra Couture of Harrison was named to the Spring 2015 Dean’s List at Mary Baldwin College. Students named to the Dean’s List earned grade point averages of 3.50 to 3.74.…

Harper receives Masters

Amber Harper of Clare (48617) has received her Master of Education in Learning and Technology from Western Governors University (WGU). The university held its 29th semi-annual commencement ceremony in Salt…

Returning runners to lead Hornets

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Harrison cross country teams will have just enough runners to fill out complete boys’ and girls’ cross country teams, but the Hornets hope they’ll…

Drain improvements, funding won’t be known until January

Drain improvements, funding won’t be known until January

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Details of how much and who pays for improvements to the Little Tobacco drain, unattended for more than 50 years, may not be known until after…