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Camp sworn in to Congress

Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Dave Camp (R-MI) was sworn-in to the 113th Congress by House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH).  Speaker Boehner conducted a ceremonial swearing-in for Camp following the…

Gelios elected BOC chair, LaBoda is Vice chair

  By Cathy Taylor Review Correspondent Two new County Commissioners claimed their seats at the first scheduled Clare County Board of Commissioners meeting for 2013.   County Clerk Pamela Mayfield…

Gregory named new Clare Police Chief

  By Pat Maurer Clare City Clerk Diane Lyon confirmed at press time Thursday that Clare Police Sgt. Brian Gregory has been named Clare’s new Police Chief, replacing Dwayne Miedzianowski.…

Fire destroys Farwell home

Fire destroys Farwell home

  By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   A Farwell home was totally destroyed in a fire Sunday morning. Surrey Township firefighters were called to the home of Laura Canute on…

2012 Year in Review

2012 – The year in ‘Review’   January 6: Mountain named after local man Imagine you just found out that there’s a mountain in Antarctica named after you…That is exactly…

Residents demand answers to smell from Northern Oaks

Residents demand answers to smell from Northern Oaks

Erich T. Doerr | Review Correspondent While the Clare County Board of Commissioners hadn’t heard from residents about the nighttime odor on the south side of town since October that…

Midge is the new undersheriff

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Clare County Sheriff John Wilson announced last Friday that Clare Police Chief Dwayne Miedzianowski will be the new undersheriff in Clare County. Wilson said…

Pioneer Mother to get facelift

Pioneer Mother to get facelift

It is really happening.  The Pioneer Mother statue located outside the Clare City Middle school (formerly the high school), sitting majestically in the wind, the rain and snow since 1938…

Family justifies re-opening of Scozzari suit

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Commenting on the reopening of one aspect of the lawsuit against two Clare Police officers, two of William Scozzari’s sisters have said they are still…

Grant approves 330k for roads

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Next summer Grant Township will accomplish at least the first year of a ten-year road improvement plan outlined earlier by Rowe Professional Services Company,…