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Grant hears report from prosecutor

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis attended the Grant Township meeting Tuesday evening to give a report on the activities of the county department. Ambrozaitis said…

CFD celebrates Fire Prevention Week

CFD celebrates Fire Prevention Week

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A tour of the Clare Fire Department, meeting firemen and even a ride on a fire truck highlighted Fire Prevention Week in Clare this week.…

Keith L. Liverance

Keith L. Liverance, age 69, of Farwell, (formerly of Fowlerville) passed away on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at MidMichigan Medical Center in Midland. He was born the son of Lorrain…

6th grader gets 6 point buck

6th grader gets 6 point buck

While most kids were sleeping in on Saturday, this ambitious young lady was taking advantage of the beautiful morning. Ireland and her family are sure glad she did! Ireland Russell…

High speed chase through three counties leads to accident

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A high-speed chase through three counties early Wednesday morning involved three police departments and led to a serious accident in Clare County. According to a…

Harrison parent arrested for threatening school administrators

Harrison parent arrested for threatening school administrators

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent A Harrison man was arrested September 29 after he threatened staff at Harrison High School. Raymond Dale Carlton was arrested that Thursday morning and charged…

Oops!

Oops!

A truck ended up in this unusual parking spot Wednesday, when brakes failed, according to the driver. Casey Woodberry of Remus said she was on Fifth Street eastbound when she…

Prosecutor starts new vehicle forfeiture program

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent According to a letter dated August 15, Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis “is implementing a new vehicle forfeiture program” , with a target date of…

Charges denied for Clare ‘spanking’ incident

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent No charges will be filed against a Clare teacher accused of spanking students as a punishment. Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis issued a “Denial of…

Clare officer fired, investigation underway

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent An eight-veteran of the Clare Police Department, Sergeant Rich Ward, has been fired from the department, City Manager Ken Hibl said in a press release…