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Clare visitor traveling coast-to-coast on horseback

Clare visitor traveling coast-to-coast on horseback

By Sylvia Stevens Correspondent Bernice Ende visited Clare, on Tuesday, while traveling across country on horseback from Montana to Maine. She decided to stop in Clare after hearing about Cops…

Supervisor questions Bushong’s severance

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Ron Bushong leaves the Clare County Road Commission at month end following 25 years of service but Hayes Township Supervisor Terry Acton does not buy that…

Voters go to polls Tuesday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Voters who chose to vote Republican in the Primary next Tuesday will pick the next Clare County Road Commissioner. Incumbent Dick Haynak is seeking another six-year…

The old Tri-R Hotel is gone!

The old Tri-R Hotel is gone!

The old Tri R Hotel on Fifth Street  in Clare near the old depot site has been torn down. Ron Kunse of Northern Industrial Realty said they have purchased the…

Dream kept alive, pizzeria opens

Dream kept alive, pizzeria opens

By Sylvia Stevens Correspondent It was Gaetano (Guy) Mazza’s dream to open a pizzeria in Harrison with his brother-in-law Dennis Latowski.  When he passed away in February Dennis and his…

Police seek driver in buggy hit-and-run

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Police are looking for the driver that hit an Amish buggy in Clare last Saturday and sped away. The accident, which happened on McEwan…

32 cadets graduate from Police Academy

32 cadets graduate from Police Academy

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Thirty-two youngsters just completed the ninth annual two week Youth Police Academy in Clare. The graduates were honored in a special ceremony Thursday, July 24 at…

Man dies in crash

By Pat Maurer Correspondent One man died and two others received minor injuries in a traffic crash on Baseline Road in Isabella County’s Isabella Township July 24 according to a…

Proposal 1 has widespread support

Proposal 1 has widespread support

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Former Senator Tony Stamas, Vice President of Government Relations at the Small Business Association of Michigan was at the Pere Marquette District Library with State Representative…

Harrison voters to decide on manager

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Harrison city voters have to decide on whether to create the office of city manager. The ballot request is part of the primary election Tuesday. Modifying…