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Boyd, Teall win battle of the grades

Boyd, Teall win battle of the grades

The Clare cross country teams hosted their annual Pioneer Invitational on Wednesday, at Mid-Michigan Community College. The race is unique in that it is non-scoring and pits four separate races…

Quilt Trail ride set for October 13th

Quilt Trail ride set for October 13th

By Sandra Doherty The Quilt Block Trail of Clare County, brainchild of the Clare County Arts Council’s Quilt Block Trail committee has 37 Quilt Blocks sprinkled around the countryside of…

Scout plans caboose makeover

Scout plans caboose makeover

Stephen Conroy of Troop 620 Clare MI is looking for help.  With the approval of the Garfield Township Parks board he has decided to clean up an eyesore. The caboose…

Health assessment motivated Smith to get healthy

Roxanne Smith was browsing her Facebook newsfeed when she saw an ad for MidMichigan Health’s heart risk assessment. “I clicked on it, thinking it was a good way to get…

Farwell has new bleachers

Farwell has new bleachers

Farwell has new bleachers thanks to a recent generous donation from the Farwell Labor Day Committee.  …

Isabella Bank receives 5-Star Superior rating

Isabella Bank, proudly announces it has earned BAUERFINANCIAL, Inc.’s highest (5-Star) rating for strength and stability. Achievement of this coveted 5-Star Superior rating puts Isabella Bank in an elite category…

Mother, son both 4-H champions

Mother, son both 4-H champions

By Steve Landon Stacey and Devin DeGeer of Lake, are more than mother and son they are 4-H champions with the same cat. Back around the fall of 2005 then…

Harrison takes to streets

Harrison takes to streets

By Steve Landon Correspondent The summer of 2015 could well go down as one of the best for Harrison in recent years. After getting off to a slow start with…

Deputy who resigned for DUI, hired by Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Natasha Seymour, a former deputy with the Clare County Sheriff’s Department who resigned after a DUI arrest, has been hired as a part-time patrol officer for…

Former Clare Superintendent questions Pummell resignation

Former Clare Superintendent questions Pummell resignation

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In an email earlier this week, former Clare Superintendent Greg McMillan questioned why Clare Superintendent Doniel Pummell resigned recently. Pummell’s resignation, citing the board’s desire to…

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