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Rood completes MTA Academy

Rood completes MTA Academy

Hayes Township Treasurer Maye Rood took the next step to enhance the effectiveness of her township. With her completion of the Michigan Townships Association’s (MTA) intensive Township Governance Academy (TGA),…

Rotary donates to Women’s Aid

Rotary donates to Women’s Aid

Clare Rotarian Shannon Wilson donates a check to John Haycook of Women’s Aid Service which provides shelter for domestic violence and assault victims in Clare County. The Aid Service serves…

BBBS Celebrates National Engineering Week

BBBS  Celebrates National Engineering Week

Bigs and Littles met recently to celebrate National Engineering Week.  They did activities that explored magnetism, buoyancy, and chemical reactions.…

MacDonald graduates

Davenport University announced that Robert MacDonald of Clare has officially completed a degree in business, technology or health professions at the end of the fall 2014 semester. Davenport will host…

Williams earns B.S.

Blair Williams earned his Baccalaureate Degree and a BS in History/Secondary Education from Northern Michigan University in December. Williams is from Harrison.…

Lost dog found four years later

Lost dog found four years later

  A West Virginia man while away working in the military at the time, lost his best friend he had rescued from his area animal shelter 4 years ago. Now…

Clare BOE approves CPEA contract

Clare BOE approves CPEA contract

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Negotiations are over, at least for a while for the Clare Board of Education. After a closed session at the end of the regular meeting Monday…

Infection grounds Farwell wrestlers

By Pat Maurer Farwell Superintendent Carl Seiter announced Wednesday that the Farwell wrestlers would not be participating in the Team Regionals at Clare Wednesday evening because of a skin infection…

Supt. House to retire in June

Supt. House to retire  in June

Harrison Superintendent Thomas House will be leaving some very large shoes to fill when he retires next June. Tom has been with Harrison Community Schools since 1979 and during his…

Extreme cold shuts down area schools

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Predictions of bitter cold complicated by northwest winds of 5 to 10 mile per hour winds and gusts up to 18 mph closed all area schools…

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