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CORRECTION: Headlee rollback stats wrong

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Last week’s edition contained an article explaining that Greenwood Township, Sheridan Township and the Clare Public School District would be receiving Headlee Rollbacks on their property…

“All Aboard for Adventure”

“All Aboard for Adventure”

Coleman, MI:  Young readers are travelling the globe this summer as the Coleman Area Library presents “All Aboard for Adventure!” during the summer reading program.  Children can “Book a Trip”…

Mr. Dunn goes to Washington

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Revolution Church of God’s new pastor, Ron Dunn, has really dived into the community, holding family events and getting to know his congregation, but he never…

Accident stops teen runaways

Accident stops teen runaways

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Two teens walked away from a serious accident with only minor injuries Tuesday after they fled a traffic stop in Clare and led police on a…

State plans upgrades for Wilson State Park

State plans upgrades for Wilson State Park

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent Clare County’s Board of Commissioners met on Wednesday, June 19, 2013.  Below are some of the items discussed: According to Commissioner Jack Kleinhardt, who spoke with…

20 Lakes Tractor Show attracts thousands

20 Lakes Tractor Show attracts thousands

By Cathy Taylor                                                                                                                          Correspondent Thousands of spectators from all across the state of Michigan gathered in Harrison last weekend for the 29th Annual 20 Lakes Antique Engine and Tractor Show. Mother…

Rep. Johnson honors Pirnstill

Rep. Johnson honors Pirnstill

By Genine Hopkins Correspondent CCTC Director Tom Pirnstill is a key player in the Clare County community.  From his work organizing the Paula Pirnstill Health and Safety Fair at Farwell…

Brookwood on schedule to meet August completion date

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer As phase one of the Brookwood 2.0 project ends its third week, everything appears to be heading in the right direction. “We are on time…

Clare Foundation hands out $65.6K in grant money to several local organizations

Clare Foundation hands out $65.6K in grant money to several local organizations

By Pat Maurer Correspondent For the past 16 years, the Clare County Community Foundation has been building a fund developed entirely from deductible federal tax donations to provide grants, which…

Rev. Dunn prays to Congress

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Dave Camp (R-Midland) made the following remarks welcoming Pastor Ron Dunn of Revolution Church of God in Harrison to the House of Representatives Floor to…