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Clare tentatively approves license for new restaurant

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Plans are underway to open a new restaurant and bar in downtown Clare, City Manager Ken Hibl reported Monday night. The Commission unanimously gave its approval…

Police believe teen set fire to barn

Police believe teen  set fire to barn

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 14-year-old Clare student will be petitioned into Juvenile Court in connection with a fire which destroyed a barn on 7th Street in Clare Saturday, April…

Grass fire forces guests to evacuate

Grass fire forces guests to evacuate

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A fire that damaged the exterior of the Days Inn in Clare Sunday caused a brief evacuation of three people. A grass fire reported at 4:44…

Clare man caught in lathe

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Grant township man was seriously injured in an accident on Surrey Road Monday. Clare County Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski reported Wednesday that deputies were dispatched to…

200 participate in Easter Egg Hunt

200 participate in Easter Egg Hunt

Farwell’s first annual Easter Egg Hunt was a great success, said Farwell Farmers Market Manager Tracy Lee. “We had more than 200 youngsters come and participate. We had raffles for…

Weidman sawmill destroyed by fire

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Only charred wood and debris remain of the Maeder Brothers Sawmill in Isabella County’s Nottawa Township. A fire reported early Tuesday morning destroyed the 160,000 square…

Man rescued from flood waters

By Pat Maurer Power was cut to about a dozen homes along the Muskegon River in Redding Township Wednesday afternoon and one resident was evacuated from the badly flooded area,…

Newly repaired Grant Twp roads reportedly damaged

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Severe winter weather has damaged some of the newly chip sealed roads in Grant Township. “We have to look into repairs…to find a solution,” Grant Township…

Getting the site ready for the big depot move

Partners, city officials, legislators, local ministers and committee members all gathered at the new site for the historic Clare Railroad Depot Wednesday morning for a site blessing and groundbreaking ceremony.…

Swiper promoted

Clare’s K-9 Officer Swiper, scheduled to retire from duty at the end of the month was promoted to Sergeant by the Clare City Commission last Monday evening. City Manager Ken…