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BOC votes to allow Sheriff to hire replacement

BOC votes to allow Sheriff to hire replacement

By John Raffel Correspondent Clare County’s Board of Commissioners took action on sheriff’s department staffing at its monthly meeting on Wednesday. Commission Chairman Jack Kleinhardt said the board voted to…

Carey earns $1K grant

Carey earns $1K grant

Allstate agency owner Patrick Carey recently earned a $1,000 grant to support Little League Baseball. A longtime volunteer with the organization, Carey joins thousands of Allstate agency owners around the…

Police find 85-year-old who was lost in woods

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — Osceola County Sheriff’s Department reported finding an elderly woman safe in the woods on Monday evening in Orient Township after she was lost for…

Boobies & Bangles on display

Boobies & Bangles on display

Saturday, September 10th at the Harrison Moose and Thursday, September 15 at the Evening Post from 5 – 8 p.m. the 2nd Boobies Bangles and Beads Auction will take place…

Trump has support in Harrison

Trump has support in Harrison

The Taylors, who live in Harrison on Clare Avenue, north of Harrison, leave no doubt who they are supporting this November.…

Gypsy moth survey starts Aug. 29

Workers from the Clare County Gypsy Moth Suppression Program began their annual count of egg masses on Monday, August 29, 2016.  We would like to notify all landowners to be…

William L. Burns

William L. Burns

William L. Burns, age 82, of Clare, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, August 13, 2016. He was born the son of Elijah and Marjorie (Krabbe) Burns on…

Joseph E. Pudvay

Joseph E. Pudvay

Joseph E. Pudvay, age 84, lifelong resident of the Clare area, passed away Thursday, August 11, 2016 at Covenant Hospital in Saginaw.  Joseph was born the son of Cecil and Agnes…

Youth get down right dirty at Mud Day

Youth get down right dirty at Mud Day

By Steve Landon Correspondent Photos by Steve Landon It’s a well-known fact our bodies are made up of elements from the earth – dust, clay, water, etc.  Add to the…

End of an era for Ken’s Auto

End of an era for Ken’s Auto

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Ken and Phyllis Kinsey have been familiar faces around Harrison for over 22 years. They owned Ken’s Auto Repair of Harrison just off Old 27 on…