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Lipovsky reflects on 20 years as commissioner

By John Raffel Correspondent Clare County Board of Commissioner chairperson Karen Lipovsky will chair her final board meeting next week, and looked back at some unique accomplishments. Lipovsky lost her…

Cole arrested, charged with MP armed robbery

Cole arrested, charged with MP armed robbery

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Rickery Donnell Cole Jr., the suspect sought in the October 6th Empty Keg Party Store robbery, was arrested December 3rd in Lansing. Cole was identified as…

CHS drama class offer two plays

By Ryan Reed, intern The students in Drama 2 will be performing two separate shows, “A Dragon in the Mix” and “Check Please”. As a quick synopsis, the first skit…

Crop Walk raises $6900

Kathy Kerr, Treasurer of the Clare Area CROP Walk, has reported that the 34th annual CROP Walk, held in Clare on September 30, 2018, raised $6914.14. Walkers & workers contributed…

Clare football selected for leadership award

The Clare varsity football team has been selected by the MHSFCA for the “Steve Spicer Memorial Team Leadership Award”. This award honors three teams throughout the state who exemplify the…

Reid shot, killed by deputies – MSP mum on details

Reid shot, killed by deputies – MSP mum on details

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Three Clare County Deputies have been placed on paid administrative leave while Mt. Pleasant State Police investigate a shooting in Lincoln Township that left a man…

Harrison man charged in Wexford Co. for CSC

Harrison man charged in Wexford Co. for CSC

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Mark Gainor, of Harrison is facing criminal sexual conduct charges in Wexford County. According to the State Police, Gainor is accused of sexually assaulting a girl…

Clemons sentenced for domestic violence, assault

Clemons sentenced for domestic violence, assault

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Bryon Eugene Clemons of Harrison was sentenced Monday to 2 to 30 years for domestic violence, resisting and obstructing a police officer and assaulting a prison…

Isabella Co. gets Tribe disbursement

The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe has scheduled their semi-annual 2% distribution, dispersing funds derived from Class III gaming at its properties: Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort and Saganing Eagles Landing…

MMCC plans $12 million renovation of Harrison campus

MMCC plans $12 million renovation of Harrison campus

Mid Michigan College is investing $12 Million to improve its existing learning and student spaces through a renovation of the College’s Harrison Campus. The College will reduce the Harrison Campus’…