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Library to construct pavilion

Library to construct pavilion

In October 2014, after several years of saving and with a matching grant from the Herbert H. & Grace A. Dow Foundation and additional funding from the Robert C Reinhardt…

MMCC awarded 219K grant

Michigan Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters today announced $219,021 to give Mid Michigan Community College students, many of whom are the first in their family to go to college,…

Pringle wins art compitition

Pringle wins art compitition

Mid Michigan Community College’s Art & Design Department recently participated in the Annual Great Lakes Regional Community College Art Exhibition, hosted by the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art &…

Hershberger Builders honored

Hershberger Builders, Clare, , was recently honored with CertainTeed Corporation’s ShingleMaster™ Tenured Member Status. The roofing credential represents contractors who are focused on superior standards of workmanship and customer service.…

Ramie Olivia Alice Moore

Ramie Olivia Alice Moore

Jamie Ann Henry-Moore and Roger Wayne Moore, Jr. of Mt. Pleasant are proud to announce the birth of their baby girl, Ramie Olivia Alice Moore. Ramie was born at the…

Isabella Brooklyn

Samantha Lennox and Zachary Beckman of Harrison are proud to announce the birth of their baby girl, Isabella Brooklyn. She was born on July 31, 2015 at the Mercy Hospital…

Snear found dead at Ft. Hood

Snear found dead at Ft. Hood

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Army Private Robert Jeffrey Snear of Coleman died last weekend in his barracks room at Fort Hood, Texas. Snear, a member of the 720th Military Police…

MFCU donates $1000 to Hayes

MFCU donates $1000 to Hayes

Branch Manager  for the Harrison MFCU ,Angie Overmyer,  presented Maye Tessner-Rood a check for $1,000 towards equipment for the new Hayes Township Municipal Complex. The complex will house new offices,…

Farwell BOE approves new hires

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a quiet meeting August 3rd, the Farwell Board of Education approved a new kindergarten position to reduce the number of students in classrooms this fall…

Farwell man hurt in roll over

Farwell man hurt in roll over

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Farwell man injured in a one-vehicle accident early last Sunday morning, could be arrested if it is determined that alcohol was involved, Clare County Undersheriff…