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Surrey Twp. hears about Sr. millage

By Pat Maurer Correspondent At the August 12 meeting, Surrey Township’s board and audience hear that the county has approved a new senior millage proposal for the November ballot. County…

Exciting events planned for MMCC’s annual BBQ

Exciting events planned for MMCC’s annual BBQ

Would you like to help students achieve their dreams of going to college? Looking for a fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon in Mid-Michigan? Mark your calendar now for…

Joshua’s House donations

Joshua’s House donations

In case you were not aware, an anonymous donor has stepped up and offered to match any donations made to Joshuas House from July 30th until August 25th up to…

School crafts for a cure

School crafts for a cure

The Clare-Gladwin Area School has partnered with the international non-profit charity Crafting for a Cure to help package craft-kits and create greeting cards for local children to use when at…

Brewfest brings out BEST

Brewfest brings out BEST

Last Saturday’s Brewfest drew in hundreds of people here in the Clare area. There were 33 beer and wine crafters at the event this year. There were music performances by…

Clare looks for 8th straight JPC title

Clare looks for 8th straight JPC title

By Ben Murphy Last year was business as usual for the Clare football team. A 7-3 record. An undefeated Jack Pine Conference record and a playoff appearance. 27th year head…

New coach to lead Eagles

New coach to lead Eagles

By Ben Murphy First year Farwell football coach Ben Bryant isn’t letting the fact that he takes over a team that is coming off three straight losing seasons get to…

Vintage snowmobiles draw big crowds

Vintage snowmobiles draw big crowds

By Steve Landon A rumble of thunder and a 10 minute down pour bright and early Saturday morning July 26th didn’t stop the Third Annual “Sleddin’ at the Jack” vintage…

Size, speed, experience should spell many wins

Size, speed, experience should spell many wins

By Ben Murphy It’s safe to say it’s been awhile since the Harrison football team had a season with as much potential as the one they’re about to embark on.…

4-H Ambassadors give their all

4-H Ambassadors give their all

By Sherry Landon It is not easy prepping for fair, getting animals ready, home arts projects completed, practicing showmanship, studying for quiz questions a judge might ask, serving as barn…