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Lady Pioneers swept by Beaverton

Lady Pioneers swept by Beaverton

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Clare softball team couldn’t get much going against the leaders of the Jack Pine Conference on Tuesday. The Lady Pioneers, hosting Beaverton came up…

Clare captures 1st at Invite

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer With regionals looming, the Clare track and field teams battled it out at a big-time meet on Saturday, at the Scottie Invitational at Alma College.…

Taylor graduates

T Benjamin Taylor of Harrison, MI (48625) graduated from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, on May 6, 2017. Taylor earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Members…

Eleven crowned best at lego’s

Eleven crowned best at lego’s

Farwell Area Schools recently held their First Annual Lego Competition for Preschool-12th Grade. Competitors were judged on general aesthetics, ingenuity, and creativity and they met this challenge head on with…

Clare kickers score 5 to win

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer A couple of early goals allowed the Clare girls soccer team to take the throttle off. The Lady Pioneers, hosting Big Rapids Crossroads in a…

Clare places 3rd in JPC golf

By Ben Murphy Sports Writer Clare and Farwell wrapped up play in the Mid-Michigan Golf Conference on Monday, as they, along with the other members of the league battled it…

McQuay faces murder for stabbing boyfriend

McQuay faces murder for stabbing boyfriend

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A domestic dispute involving alcohol turned into a stabbing death early Sunday morning in Clare. Michelle McQuay, 57, and her boyfriend Daniel Kruskamp, 58, were allegedly…

Construction begins on US-127

Construction begins on US-127

By Jenn Bomorra Correspondent US 1-27 BR North in Clare County, Harrison, is under preparations for a 1.8 million dollar resurfacing project through MDOT. The resurfacing project, under the Michigan…

Surrey agrees to re-visit rental inspection ordinance

By Pat Maurer Correspondent At an unusually lengthy meeting Tuesday evening, the Surrey Township Board heard a list of concerns about the recent Rental Inspection Fee Ordinance that was approved…

Blue Star Mothers plan to open new area chapter

Blue Star Mothers plan to open new area chapter

By Chris Stevens Intern Reporter The president of the Blue Star Mothers Michigan department, Kathy Barnes, is seeking to start a new chapter for the organization in Isabella County, although…

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