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JH Hornets win twice at Roscommon

by Ben Murphy Sports Correspondent On Monday, February 13th, the 7th grade Harrison boys’ basketball team traveled to Roscommon to face the Bucks in a two game match-up. The B-team…

CTE students build house from ground up

CTE students build house from ground up

(Editor’s Note: February is Career & Technical Education Month. In recognition of the vital role vocational education plays in our schools and communities, this is one in a series of…

Clare Walmart halted

Plans that have been in the works for years for the construction of a Walmart in Clare have been halted. The Traverse City Record-Eagle reported on Thursday that Anne Hatfield,…

Clare’s Woodlawn Bridge re-opens

Clare’s Woodlawn Bridge re-opens

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare Department of Public Works Superintendent Al Jessup announced last Friday that the Woodlawn Bridge re-opened to all traffic as of 4 p.m. Friday, February 3.…

Stoddard Named Farwell Good Citizen

Stoddard Named Farwell Good Citizen

Skylar Stoddard was awarded the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award. The award originates from 1939, and the criteria to become a DAR Good Citizen are dependability, service,…

Dailey named to All State Academic Team

Dailey named to All State Academic Team

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Farwell Senior Alex Dailey was honored at the Farwell Board of Education meeting Monday evening. Dailey was recently selected to the Michigan High Schools Football Coaches…

Frostbite Winter Festival next weekend

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Harrison’s eighth annual Frostbite Winter Festival with a “Superheroes” theme is underway next week February 16th through the 19th and is guaranteed to put some…

Electrical fire damages Long Lake structure

Electrical fire  damages Long  Lake structure

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A fire in a home on the corner of Laverty and Ball Avenue near Long Lake February 2nd was believed to have had an electrical origin,…

Clare commissioners, planners meet

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It was a busy night for Clare City Monday when both the Clare City Planning Commission and the Commissioner’s regular meeting were followed by a joint…

CCSD seeks help in identifying suspects

Clare County Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski said Thursday that the department is looking for help to identify the person or persons who are responsible for five recent home invasions in Winterfield…

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