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Fire destroys home at Stevenson Lake

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent The Stevenson Lake home of John and Betsie Coll is a “total loss” after a fire there Monday afternoon. A fire that began in the…

McCartney named new Clare Chamber of Commerce manager

Lisa McCartney of Clare has been named the new manager of the Clare Chamber of Commerce. Originally from Coleman, McCartney is a Central Michigan University graduate with a degree in…

Harrison woman sends intruder packing

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Imagine walking into your living room in the wee hours of the morning and discovering a stranger standing in your home… What would you do?…

Harrison woman finds a worm in meat from Wal-Mart

Cassie Strothers of Harrison is waiting for John Soule’s Company to “analyze” a picture of a worm she found in some beef she was about to feed her small child.…

So far Clare County not affected by flu outbreak

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent So far Clare County Schools have not seen more than normal absences due to an outbreak of intestinal flu that closed Mt. Pleasant Schools for…

Pioneers Lose to BCC and Grayling

Clare Varsity Wrestling headed to Houghton Lake on Wednesday, January 11, 2012 for a quad meet with Bay City Central and Grayling. Clare squared off in the first round against…

Wetzel L. “Nuke” Rodgers

Wetzel L. “Nuke” Rodgers, 83, of Clare, passed away January 11, 2012, surrounded by his family. Nuke was born in Temple, Michigan, on April 22, 1928 to Milford and Lulu…

Jude T. Fusco

Jude T. Fusco formally of Harrison, Michigan passed away on December 18, 2011, at the age of 76.  He was the son of Marie Fanning of Harrison. He succumbed to…

Donald G. Field

Donald G. Field age 76 Lake, Michigan. passed away Tuesday January 10, 2012 at Tendercare, Clare.  Donald was born November 9, 1935 in Howell, Michigan to the late James E.…

Harrison BOE 1/9/12

By Mary Kindig Review Correspondent Monday night’s Harrison Community Schools Board of Education meeting was sparsely attended, both by Board members and the public.  Three school employees sat in the…