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Larson’s Good Citizens

Larson’s Good Citizens

Larson Elementary School is pleased to announce our Good Citizens for the month of January 2013. These students have been helpful and kind to others.  They follow school rules and…

Surrey approves $1,500 for ball teams

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent At a very brief Surrey Township meeting Tuesday, the board approved funds for Little League and to help purchase carpeting for the Farwell Senior Community…

Bussell, Weiner named to Michigan Tech Dean’s List

Michigan Technological University has released the Dean’s List for the 2012 fall semester. To be included, students must achieve grade point averages of 3.5 or higher. Those earning straight A…

$190,000 raised to date

$190,000 raised to date

This year’s Clare County United Way campaign has raised 92.5 percent of their goal this year so far, about $190,000 of the $205,000 goal. This year’s campaign dinner was held…

150 attend ribbon cutting

150 attend ribbon cutting

Nearly 150 people attended the Business After Hours and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at McGuire’s Chevrolet Wednesday evening. Pictured here are Clare Chamber President Roger Williams, McGuire’s Manager Steve McDowell; Isabella…

Northern Tradition Artist selected

Northern Tradition Artist selected

 Tickets are now available for the Mid Michigan Community College Foundation’s annual fundraiser – A Northern Tradition.  The twelfth annual event will be held on from 6PM-9PM on April 21st…

Missing Harrison woman found in Wexford County

Missing Harrison woman found in Wexford County

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent The search for Bonnie Baker’s missing daughter is over. Cadillac police called Baker Thursday morning and said they had found the missing 20-year-old. “I still…

Man with gun prompts lockdown

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A domestic dispute just outside Clare involving a woman and a man with a handgun prompted Clare City Police and Clare School Liaison Officer Al…

Explosion and fire lead Clare police to meth lab- Brent Mogg in critical condition

Explosion and fire lead Clare police to meth lab- Brent Mogg in critical condition

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A 32-year-old Clare man, Brent Mogg, critically injured in an explosion last Friday, may be facing charges for operating a methamphetamine lab in a Clare…

Stempke joins Mclaren

Stempke joins Mclaren

McLaren Central Michigan is pleased to welcome Kevin Stempky, OT, occupational therapist, as a member of the Rehabilitation Services staff.  Stempky, a Mt. Pleasant resident, has 16 years of experience…