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JV Hornets fall to Clare

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Harrison junior varsity volleyball team opened up its season at home on Wednesday, Sept. 6. The Lady Hornets suffered a loss in that contest,…

Clare Kickers picking up steam

By Kenny Jordan Correspondent Just like most sports in Clare, Clare soccer has had it’s fair share of success on the pitch. This years team has enjoyed some recent success…

Liberty Hunt set for this weekend

By John Raffel Correspondent The Liberty Hunt is this Saturday and Sunday for youth and hunters with disabilities. “The Liberty Hunt is statewide and is on private and pubic lands,”…

Bear hunting starts on Sunday

By John Raffel Correspondent Bear hunting season in the area starts on Sunday. The local area has the Gladwin unit. The season is Sept. 17-25. “I know there’s a lot more…

Farwell Labor Day fest bigger and better!

Farwell Labor Day fest bigger and better!

By Steve Landon Correspondent Sun lovers and those who thrive in temperatures above 80 were no doubt shedding a tear as the vacation season unofficially came to a close this…

Gladwin teen crashes into CCSD deputy’s patrol car

Gladwin teen crashes into CCSD deputy’s patrol car

By Pat Maurer Correspondent No one was injured in a two vehicle crash in Harrison Tuesday afternoon, Clare County Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski said Wednesday morning. “It was just an unfortunate…

Harrison women lead cops on 35 mile chase, face charges

Harrison women lead cops on 35 mile chase, face charges

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Mackenzie Loughin, 33 and Danica Seney, 27, have been charged in connection with a retail fraud and leading police on a 35 mile chase August 30th.…

Road Commission spends millions to improve roads

By John Raffel Correspondent Deepak Gupta, Engineer-Manager of the Clare County Road Commission, said the following road work has been completed: Federally funded chip seal, 22.36 miles, $687,000; locally funded…

Methner honored by Clare

Methner honored by Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a quiet meeting with Mayor Pro-tem Jean McConnell officiating, the Clare City Commission honored Kathy Methner, who just retired from the Middle Michigan Development Corporation…

Farwell welcomes 24 foreign exchange students – a record

Farwell welcomes 24 foreign exchange students – a record

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Farwell High School welcomed 24 foreign exchange students, a record for the school, on the first day of school August 28th. The students were the majority…

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