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Hayes Twp. ‘pleasantly surprised’ at complex bids

Hayes Twp. ‘pleasantly surprised’ at complex bids

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Hayes Township expected a slew of residents Tuesday to witness bid opening for a proposed multi-purpose complex but only around 20 showed. Contractors and associates made…

Attention candidates!

The Review will be publishing a news article about who is running for election. We would like to include your information. We need your name; where you live (i.e.: Clare,…

St Cecilia auction October 18

St. Cecilia Catholic School is well into its second month of learning, and students are off to an exciting start! They welcomed three new teachers. Mrs. Miranda Caldwell is a…

More property foreclosures likely

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Equalization Director Kim Halis forecast for 2015 is more bank repossessions and more home foreclosures, she informed Clare County Commissioners Wednesday. Treasurer Jenny Beemer Fritzinger added…

MMCAA tackles homeless problem

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Being without a shelter for protection against the elements. Not having one place to sleep today, next week, or next month. Not having a place for…

Kleinhardt celebrates 25 years as chevy dealer

Commitment to customers and community has been an ongoing theme for McGuire Chevrolet of Clare. Warren McGuire began doing business in the mid-Michigan area 70 years ago, and his legacy…

Farwell to hire new teacher

Farwell to hire new teacher

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An earlier decision to fill a tech position rather than a K-6 Spanish teacher was changed at the Farwell Board of Education meeting Monday evening. Superintendent…

Candidates vye for school board, MMCC positions

By Pat Maurer Correspondent All three Clare County school districts have seats available on their boards. Farwell has the most. Seven candidates will be on the ballot November 4th in…

Non-homestead millage on ballot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent On November 4th, Voters from Clare, Harrison and Farwell School Districts will cast ballots that determine if the 18-mill non-homestead property tax will be renewed for…

30th Crop Walk earns over $10,000

30th Crop Walk earns over $10,000

A sunny fall day on Sunday, September 28th, helped 46 walkers and volunteers celebrate 30 years of raising funds to help hungry people.  Paul Robb, Master of Ceremonies, thanked everyone…

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