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New coach leads Harrison baseball

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Harrison may have a first year baseball coach in Mike Saupe, but he is anything but a stranger to the game and to the program.…

Returnees expect to improve Lady Hornets

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer Third year Harrison softball head coach Jamie Lipovsky is quick to admit that last year didn’t go as planned. The Lady Hornets, who had been…

Comets reload after great season

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer A lot of things went right for the Coleman baseball team last year. The Comets enjoyed a solid 24-13-1 season, before dropping a district championship…

Lady Pioneers drop home opener

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer The Clare girls soccer team got an early start to the season, when it hosted Alma on March 21. The Lady Pioneers lost that game…

Bowling Scores

CLARE MEN’S LEAGUE         Sanction Number     208532 Date Bowled: 03/28/2018 Treasurer is on lane  5- 6    Current     Season Pos.      Team Name                    Won      Lost       Won…

Free services bring crowd to health fair

Free services bring crowd to health fair

The Community Wellness Health Fair, held on March 24 at the Coleman Family Center was a success!  24 vendors free services were offered, such as neck scans by Adio Chiropractic,…

Local woman loses 55 pounds, 100 is goal

Local woman loses 55 pounds, 100 is goal

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Before Relva Smith joined TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), she said, “My weight was at an unhealthy number (251.4 pounds) and all of the important blood…

Brugger earns degree

Davenport University announced that Ervanna Brugger of Clare has officially completed a degree in business, technology, health professions or urban education at the end of the Fall 2017 semester.…

Community Easter egg hunts bring out record number of kids

Community Easter egg hunts bring out record number of kids

Plane drops Clare eggs By Steve Landon Correspondent Photos Steve Landon One sure sign spring is finally here is the annual Clare Parks and Recreation Great EGGstravaganza held at the…

Township owes $42K after Lily Lake resident wins FOIA lawsuit

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Lily Lake owners’ no-wake controversy that began nearly three years ago has led to a Freedom of Information lawsuit that is now settled, at a…