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State budget adds $120 more for RESD students

Clare and Gladwin area schools will be among the lowest funded schools across Michigan to get additional state funding next year. Each of the lowest funded districts across the State…

Saad receives outstanding alumni award

Sergeant David Saad of the Clare City Police Department received the Jill Gallihugh Outstanding Alumni Award from the Delta College Police Academy during its commencement ceremony held earlier this month. …

James G. Stinson

James G. Stinson, 84, of Rosebush passed away  at McLaren CMCH in Mt. Pleasant. Funeral Services for Jim will be held at Clark Family Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, June 6,…

Elden “Al” Lake

Elden “Al” Lake – age 71 of Lake passed away Saturday, June 2, 2012 at Mid-Michigan Medical Center – Midland. A service of remembrance will be held at 11 AM…

McIntosh sentenced to up to 30 years for meth lab charges

Riley McIntosh, arrested in September last year with Scott Gadd and Perry Wiggins on drug charges, is facing 2.58 to 30 years in prison. He was sentenced June 5 in…

Man dies in motorcycle accident

Another unhelmeted motorcycle rider died June 2 in an accident on Old State Road near Ziggy Road in Surrey Township. Ralph Smith, 63, of East Lansing, died after his motorcycle…

Judge Roy Mienk announces he is running for a second term as Circuit Judg

Judge Roy Mienk announces he is running for a second term as Circuit Judge for Clare and Gladwin counties. He was first elected in 2006. Judge Mienk has made a…

Farwell okays health insurance plan

It was a sometimes emotional discussion when the Farwell Village Council questioned a health insurance plan for employees. The plan enacted when former DPW Superintendent Aaron Moline was employed cost…

Clare City approves $5.2 million budget

Following a Public Hearing, the City of Clare approved a $5,237,008.46 budget for the coming year at Monday’s Commission meeting. The budget includes $2,194,478.11 in the General Fund with the…

Lawrence F. Barco Retires After 26 Years with Medical Center

Lawrence F. Barco, president of MidMichigan Medical Center–Clare, has announced his retirement effective June 30, 2012. He will be succeeded by Raymond H. Stover, who will add the role of president of…