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CTE enrollment jumps

While officials with the Clare-Gladwin Career & Technical Education program work to determine how to maximize the opportunities for students gained with the passage of its millage request in May,…

How Do I Get 10 More Yards?

Nothing gets golfers more excited than hitting a drive that goes farther than their typical. Gaining extra yards can be elusive but here are a few tips to help you…

Lady Eagles ousted by regional semis

Lady Eagles ousted by regional semis

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Farwell softball team had its bats fall quiet in its division three regional game with Shepherd on Saturday, as the Lady Eagles fell to…

Area bridge repairs to begin June 20

Bridgework around Clare and Farwell is estimated to begin Monday. Watch for lane closures and traffic shifts on US-10, M-115 and US-127 beginning Monday when repair work begins on the…

Inaugural car show raises money for Depot

Inaugural car show raises money for Depot

  By Steve Landon The rubber met the rails – railroad that is – at the First Annual Clare Railroad Depot Car & Cycle Show last Saturday. The show is…

3,000 county homes lose power

3,000 county homes lose power

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Northern Michigan storm with lightning, rain, hail and high winds knocked out phone lines and electrical power for thousands in  three counties, Osceola, Clare and…

Double tragedy hits Snyder family

Double tragedy hits Snyder family

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A tragic crash near Bangor in the southwest corner of the State has claimed another member of the Snyder family of Clare. Casey Aaron Donald Snyder,…

Farmer’s Market opens in Farwell

Farmer’s Market opens in Farwell

By Steve Landon Correspondent Photos by Steve Landon The Village of Farwell Farmers’ Market officially kicked off the 2016 season this past Saturday June 4th. In recent months the building…

Clare adopts $7.3 million budget for 2016-17

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It’s that time of year again, and Clare City Commissioners adopted a new budget and the City’s millage rate for the coming year at their regular…

Stevens receives scholarship

Stevens receives scholarship

Jason Stevens was this year’s recipient of the Witbeck Scholarship to Mid Michigan Community College (MMCC).  This renewable scholarship provides full tuition for up to 12 credit hours, fees, and required…