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Lady Pioneers fend off Eagles in four sets

Lady Pioneers fend off Eagles in four sets

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer There’s nothing like playing a county rival to bring out the best in you. Clare, who had yet to win a Jack Pine Conference volleyball…

Quick start propels Harrison to 19-6 win

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Three second quarter touchdowns turned out to be all it needed. The Harrison football team topped host Gladwin Friday, notching a 19-6 Jack Pine Conference…

Clare kickers shut out HL, 3-0

Clare kickers shut out HL, 3-0

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer One goal in the first half. Two in the second. Wednesday night served up a 3-0 home win for the Clare soccer team, giving the…

Mid Michigan Community College barbeque a success

Mid Michigan Community College barbeque a success

Over 2,200 people attended Mid Michigan Community College’s Annual Barbeque and Fall Festival on September 20, 2015. The event was successful again this year in raising scholarship money for MMCC…

Eagle Defense can’t stop Bobcats

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Home cooking didn’t do Farwell any good in its Jack Pine Conference football game Friday night, as the Eagles fell to visiting Houhgton Lake 56-6.…

Krapohl earns $4800 for Farwell band

Krapohl earns $4800 for Farwell band

By Steve Landon “The Northeast end parking lot adjacent to the Farwell High School Athletic Complex came alive Friday September 18th for the Drive 4 UR School fundraiser with Krapohl’s…

Terex to close Farwell Plant

Terex to close Farwell Plant

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A rumor that Terex in Farwell’s Industrial Park will be closing and moving the operation to New Hampshire was confirmed by Farwell Village President Gina Hamilton…

$11.5 K earned for Cancer at bra event

$11.5 K earned for Cancer at bra event

By Barb Hecker Thursday, September 10th  and Saturday September 12 were nights to remember. The Boobies, Bangles and Beads events  held in Clare and Harrison will Benefit the American Cancer…

Former ‘super’ wants answers, Fillmore shares what he can

Former ‘super’ wants answers, Fillmore shares what he can

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request sent to Clare Schools by former Superintendent Greg McMillan will not be answered for an additional ten days, Interim…

Marathon plans to drill Sheridan wells

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Plans were unveiled recently when Marathon Oil Company applied to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality – Office of Oil, Gas and Minerals for a permit…