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Carter sentenced

Carter sentenced

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Dawn Renee Carter, 44, of Lake, who pled no contest July 20 to Operating While Intoxicated Causing Death, was sentenced Monday by Circuit Court Judge Thomas…

Man who shot brother sentenced

Man who shot brother sentenced

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Jesse James Vanbuskirk, 38 of Harrison, pled guilty June 15 to Assault in Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm less than Murder and Possession of a…

Author to speak at Harrison Library

Author to speak at Harrison Library

Back by popular demand, Teresa Irish, author of A Thousand Letters Home, will present the inspirational and life-affirming story of “The Journey of the Letters” at the Harrison District Library…

Free concert set for August 10th

Free concert set for August 10th

Paul Melcher and Chelsea Hart will be performing in a free concert on Monday, August 10, 2015 at 7:00pm at Living Hope Lutheran Church (at M-115 & US-10 in Farwell…

FDLC donates proceeds to animal shelter

FDLC donates proceeds to animal shelter

The Farwell Labor Day Committee has donated part of it’s proceeds from the July 4th Derby to the Clare County Animal Shelter.  The CCAS received a donation in the amount of  $1840.00…

Olson sentenced for attempted CSC

Olson sentenced for  attempted CSC

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Frank Thomas Olsen, 41, of Harrison, was sentenced Monday by Circuit Judge Thomas R. Evans to five years for two counts of attempted Criminal Sexual Conduct…

Mid-Michigan Health to network with five others

Six of Michigan’s leading health systems have come together to form a clinically integrated network designed to deliver high-quality, cost-effective healthcare and improve the health of residents across the state.…

Visitors in awe of vintage snowmobiles in Farwell

Visitors in awe of vintage snowmobiles in Farwell

By Steve Landon Ah! Summer sunny skies and scorching hot temperatures a time when snowmobiler’s come together – Yes Snowmobilers! Believe it or not summertime is the most popular time…

Lady Explorers take 17th at nationals

Lady Explorers  take 17th at nationals

The Midland Lady Explorers 10U team recently attended the NSA World Series near Indianapolis, Indiana after 10 months of hard work and determination. The girls finished the tournament in 17th…

MMCC adds cross country, bowling

The Mid Michigan Community College athletic program is expanding this fall.  With a successful basketball program already developed, the college will be adding men’s and women’s cross country in the…