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Art Alley project underway

Art Alley project underway

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An press release from Art Alley organizer Kim Kleinhardt says, “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.” This Pablo…

Nest Cafe opens in Farwell

Nest Cafe opens in Farwell

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It has a new name, a new décor and a family atmosphere and it offers great family dining right in downtown Farwell. The Nest, formerly the…

Harrison woman busted on meth lab charges

Harrison woman busted on meth lab charges

By Pat Maurer A 37-year-old Harrison woman, Jillian Renea Husted, was arrested July 8 on charges of the manufacture and distribution of methamphetamine. Clare County Sheriff’s deputies were investigating a…

Harrison man arrested for allegedly burning five kittens in bonfire

Harrison man arrested for allegedly burning five kittens in bonfire

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Richard Bancroft, 60 of Harrison, has been arrested and charged with “animal killing/torturing.” The arrest stems from a July 3rd complaint that he allegedly burned five…

Clare School Bond, CCTC renewal on Tuesday ballot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare County voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to renew the Clare County Transit Corporation millage and Clare School District voters will…

Chase Rice to headline Fair’s musical acts

Chase Rice to headline Fair’s musical acts

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Get ready for some top-notch entertainment at the Clare County Fair this year. The 132nd annual event begins Sunday August 2 and goes into high gear…

Clare County Fair allows you to get your harness racing fix

Clare County Fair allows you to get your harness racing fix

Photos & Story by Steve Landon There was a time years ago when organ music played as drivers in brightly color silks paraded their harness horses round the track going…

Harrison gets 1.3 mil for downtown rehab

State Sen. Judy Emmons announced  that the city of Harrison will be expanding its current farmers market into a three-to-four-season community farm and market incubator that will serve as the market’s permanent…

Rubbish fees anger Surrey residents

Rubbish fees anger Surrey residents

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Surrey Township board members faced a lot of questions at the Public Hearing held July 14 about a Special Assessment increase to their Rubbish fees.…

Grant Twp. older than thought – Road plans discussed

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Grant Township may have been around much longer that the sign out front says, according to a letter received from Jon Ringelberg of the County Historical…