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Nickels For Diapers still going strong

Nickels For Diapers still going strong

By Pat Maurer Correspondent With nearly $5,000 raised so far, the Nickels for Diapers campaign is still going strong. “We have raised enough to provide the Clare County Baby Pantry…

Freeland not going to be easy for Clare

Freeland not going to be easy for Clare

From 2004 to 2013 Clare and Freeland met on the football field to open up each others’ respective seasons. They didn’t meet to open the season this year, but when…

Clare tops Garber, Vida has big night

Clare tops Garber, Vida has big night

By Ben Murphy The Clare football team got its first round playoff work done thanks to the big play Friday night, having enough to beat visiting Garber 32-21. The Pioneers…

Farwell spikers fall

By Ben Murphy Farwell couldn’t use home court to its advantage on Monday. The Lady Eagles, playing in its class ‘C’ district opener, fell to Houghton Lake in straight sets,…

St. Cecilia auction a success

St. Cecilia auction a success

Auctioneer John McConnell assisted by Colt Johnson, Stacy Johnson, Luke Potter and Dub Putman, sell some of the special donation items at the annual St. Cecilia Auction and Dinner held…

Calumet ends Harrison’s playoff hopes, 30-21

Calumet ends Harrison’s playoff hopes, 30-21

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer If only it had lasted a bit longer. Harrison finally got to see its football team in the playoffs on Saturday, but the post-season party…

Larson announces October’s Good Citizens

Larson announces October’s Good Citizens

Larson Elementary School is pleased to announce our Good Citizens for the month of October 2014. Row One: Olivia Stone, Storm Gallagher, Jayden Bobzien, Alex Erskine, Emma Palmer. Row Two:…

Farwell 4th graders hear band

Farwell 4th graders hear band

The 4th graders at Farwell Elementary were treated to a performance by the 7th and 8th Grade band. The students were introduced to the various “sounds of music”. Paul Shimmons,…

MMCC men fall to LCC

By Ben Murphy Mid-Michigan Community College opened up its men’s basketball season at Lansing Community College on Saturday, falling 90-83. The Stars, ranked 12th in the most recent polls led…

Lady Lakers win in Rodenbo debut

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Mid-Michigan Community College got its revived women’s basketball program off to a strong start Saturday, beating Lansing Community College on the road, 70-47. The Lady…