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Car insurance reform passes House, Senate

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Breaking news Thursday morning on 9&10 News announced that the Michigan House, in an early morning vote, has approved a measure overhauling Michigan’s auto insurance system.…

Giuliani wins Best of Show

Giuliani wins Best of Show

Sue Brown, president of Michigan Photographic Society, presents Bob Guiliani a plaque for his image of Glacier Lagoon in Iceland. His photo was selected from entries by many of Michigan’s…

Mid recognized for 4-H partnership

Mid recognized for 4-H partnership

Dr. Christine Hammond, President of Mid Michigan College, received the Partnership Award at the annual MAE4-HYS Banquet. Pictured left to right: Bev Przystas, MSU Extension Educator, Dr. Christine Hammond, President…

Coleman’s Lattimer wins art contest

Coleman’s Lattimer wins art contest

Lions Clubs International sponsors an annual Peace Poster contest for students ages 11 to 13. The 2018 theme was “Kindness Matters.” In November, Coleman seventh grader Harley Lattimer was awarded…

Weapons training readies officers for real life scenarios

Weapons training readies officers for real life scenarios

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Detective Don VanBonn demonstrates the use of the Taser during virtual weapons training held at the CCSO last week. Annual weapons training helps officers and county…

Albino turkeys spotted

Albino turkeys spotted

Craig Harradine took these photos of two albino turkeys, a male and female on May 5th just east of Bass Lake Ave. in Grant Township.…

Rail Trail one step closer to Clare connection

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The completion of the Pere’ Marquette Rail Trail through the City of Clare is closer with recent news from the Michigan Department of Transportation. Clare City…

Farwell Schools a finalist for Thompson grant

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In his comments to the board at the Farwell Board of Education meeting Monday evening, Superintendent Steve Scoville said he hoped to hear by Wednesday about…

Clare Primary pays visit to Road Commission

Clare Primary pays visit to Road Commission

On Thursday, May 2, Clare County Road Commission staff joined over 100 4th graders at Clare Primary School to educate students about “Roads, Soil, & Science.” Students in Jason Koch’s & Dave…

Backpack program provides weekend meals to hungry kids

Backpack program provides weekend meals to hungry kids

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Sara Lewis and Alicyn Johnson with the help of volunteer Bonnie Walter are new faces at Clare’s Backpack Program. Assistant Bonnie Walter is shown here with…