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CPS names peacemakers

CPS names peacemakers

Clare Primary School Peacemakers for the Month of April were: Back Row L to R Lillie Heidger, James Edinborough, Eliy Simmer, Amber Wilds, Aria Smylie, Middle Row L to R…

Gladwin toddler shoots self

A three-year-old boy is recovering after accidentally shooting himself in the arm Wednesday. The Gladwin County sheriff says the boy found a gun at his home in Grout Township. It…

21 pantries attend conference

The Annual Baby Pantries of Michigan Conference was hosted by the William Ellis Brockman Infant Pantry of Mt. Pleasant on April 21. Twenty-one Baby Pantries were represented from twenty counties,…

5-year-old honored for saving her family

5-year-old honored for saving her family

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Photos by Bob Guiliani Friday, April 15th, five-year-old Laenna Kruskamp was presented with three lifesaving awards for her quick actions that saved her family from a…

Knight’s music sales a pain in butt for local cops

Knight’s music sales a pain in butt for local cops

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Mikel Knight has an unusual way to promote his music and it is causing problems for police around the mid-Michigan area. The Maverick Road Street Team,…

Seven file for State Rep.

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The 97th Michigan House seat is up for grabs. Five Republicans and two Democrats have filed their petitions and will be on the August 2 Primary…

And the winner is…

And the winner is…

By Sherry Landon Since February 12th the Clare County Review has been hosting the Most Beautiful Baby contest for 2016 on their Facebook page. Parents, grandparents and friends submitted photos…

Four arrested for mobile meth

Four arrested for mobile meth

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Four people in a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation in Bay County are now facing drug charges after Michigan State Police Troopers discovered a “suspected…

Frederick, Thompson get 1 year probation for meth

Frederick, Thompson get  1 year probation for meth

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Adelord L. Frederick III, 27 of Harrison will serve five years of probation on charges involving a “rolling meth lab” last September. He was sentenced April…

BOC hopes to slash spending

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioners promised to slash spending as they begin a new budget season. As with most Michigan municipal governments, the county is required to budget…