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Foote named new Harrison Supt.

Foote named new Harrison Supt.

Long time employee Richard Foote is the Harrison Board of Education’s choice as the new Superintendent for the district. The board made the decision to hire Foote Wednesday evening contingent…

Voters will say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on Proposal 1 Tuesday

Voters will say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ on Proposal 1 Tuesday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Next Tuesday, May 5th, Michigan voters will be asked to approve a 1 (one) cent sales tax increase to help fund Michigan’s roads and schools. The…

Clare man found in vacant home

Clare man found in vacant home

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 22-year-old Clare man, Duane Warner, was found in a vacant Vernon Township home and arrested by officers last Saturday afternoon. A Michigan State Police news…

Sen. Emmons, prosecutor discuss victims’ rights at forum

Sen. Emmons, prosecutor discuss victims’ rights at forum

By Jennifer Bomorra Correspondent A community event to celebrate crime survivors was held this past Friday, April 24th at the Brown Corners Church in Clare Michigan. Speakers and crime survivors…

Friends seek donations for family

Friends seek donations for family

A “gofundme” site on Facebook was started Wednesday to raise funds for the family of Mary Lou Bigford of Lake, who has been charged with the April 18 murder of…

Clare BOE approves ballot for $2.45 million bond

Clare BOE approves ballot for $2.45 million bond

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare School District voters will go to the polls August 4 to say “yea” or “nay” to a proposal to borrow $2.45 million for building renovations,…

Beware! IRS scam scares readers

The Clare County REVIEW has received several phone calls this past week from readers concerned that the IRS was demanding money from them and if they didn’t pay immediately their…

Hundreds attend Northern Traditions

Hundreds attend Northern Traditions

Photos by J. Maurer Mid Michigan Community College Foundation held its thirteenth annual fundraiser, A Northern Tradition at Jay’s last Saturday. A Northern Tradition is the Foundation’s biggest fundraiser. Thanks…

Bishop accepts school’s closure

Following the recommendation of Our Lady of Hope Parish leadership, the Most Rev. Joseph R. Cistone, Bishop of Saginaw, announced his acceptance of a recommendation to close St. Cecilia School in…

Grant Twp. adopts $615k budget

By Pat Maurer Correspondent At their annual meeting before the regular April 14 meeting, the Grant Township Board adopted a budget totaling $615,134 in revenues and expenditures for the coming…