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Participants up 25% for Summer Reading

It was an amazing summer this year with huge increases in the number of children participating in the Harrison District Library program, completing their reading goals, and attending events. Almost…

Lodge has new quilt

Lakeside Waterfront Lodging is the newest destination on the Clare County Quilt Trail. Lakeside, a Harrison motel for over 50 years, was planning to replace the stern wheels on their…

Golf winners announced

Snow Snake 2014 League Winners Tuesday Men’s A Flight: 1st John Wishmeyer, Dennis Elliot, 2nd Tom Koch, Steve Blystone. B Flight: 1st Frank Candela, Jeff Smith, 2nd George Duhnam, Butch…

Garfield announces 3 new firefighters

Garfield announces 3 new firefighters

Garfield fire dept would like to announce after 4 months of classes and training Brian Webb, Shannon Barry, and Jazmen Fair have passed all the state level exams and are…

Farwell Labor Day Is Here!

Farwell Labor Day Is Here!

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Despite the lack of a carnival at the Farwell Labor Day Celebration this year, loads of events are planned for the fairgrounds in Farwell next weekend.…

Walmart plans store for Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Manager Ken Hibl announced Tuesday that City staff has met with Walmart representatives about a proposed new store on Colonville Road. Hibl said Tuesday,…

David, Vasich apply for BOC vacancy

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Board of Commissioners has scheduled a special meeting Sept. 2 to interview candidates for unexpired terms for District 5 county commission and at-large county…

MLUI mulls passenger rail service thru Clare to Traverse City

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Future travelers might be able to hop on a train at Clare, Marion or McBain and “ride the rails” all the way to Traverse City, if…

MP cops busy over weekend

The City of Mt. Pleasant welcomed its Central Michigan University students home for the 2014-2015 academic year. The return of the students community referral to as “Welcome Back Weekend” took…

Ground broken on new CMMH digs

Ground broken on new CMMH digs

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Next May hopefully, Harrison’s Community Mental Health staff will be moving into a brand new 15,000 square foot building. The new building, funded by the Central…