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Locals jailed for rolling meth lab

Locals jailed for rolling meth lab

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Adelord L. Frederick III, 27 of Harrison and Sara D. Thompson, 23, are facing charges in connection with a “rolling meth lab,” discovered after a traffic…

Clare Board of Education ratifies contract

Clare Board of Education ratifies contract

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Negotiations are complete and the contract with the Clare Transportation Association was ratified at Monday’s Clare Board of Education meeting. The board approved 7-0 a three…

Rotary to honor law enforcement

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare Rotary members have organized a “Law Enforcement Appreciation” event for agencies in Clare County. The Michigan State Police, Clare County Sheriff’s Department, Clare Police and…

Former ‘super’ wants answers, Fillmore shares what he can

Former ‘super’ wants answers, Fillmore shares what he can

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request sent to Clare Schools by former Superintendent Greg McMillan will not be answered for an additional ten days, Interim…

Marathon plans to drill Sheridan wells

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Plans were unveiled recently when Marathon Oil Company applied to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality – Office of Oil, Gas and Minerals for a permit…

United Way kicks off new campaign

United Way kicks off new campaign

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It is that time of year again. United Way of Clare and Gladwin Counties held the 25th annual “Live United” Kick Off Breakfast Wednesday September 16…

Charges dropped against Bancroft

By Pat Maurer Correspondent County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis reported September 3rd that charges have been dismissed against Richard Bancroft, 60, of Harrison. Bancroft was arrested July 7th and charged with…

Prosecutor, David spar over new position

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A majority of Clare County Commissioners wasted no time Wednesday to settle several lingering budget issues. Final approval may come Sept. 16 if the board approves the fiscal year…

County was buzzing with Labor Day weekend activities

County was buzzing with Labor Day weekend activities

By Steve Landon Correspondent Where or where did the summer of 2015 go, seems it just got started and now the time has come to say goodbye. Like it or…

Bigford ruled competent for murder trial

Bigford ruled competent for murder trial

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Mary Lou Bigford of Lake, who has been charged with the April 18 murder of Lawrence Howard Jr., the father of Bigford’s three-year-old granddaughter, has been…