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Harrison chamber unveils plans for new office at old DNR site

Harrison chamber unveils plans for new office at old DNR site

By Jenn Bomorra Correspondent Plans are underway for the future new Harrison Chamber of Commerce building. The new site for the Harrison Chamber of Commerce building will be the old…

MMCC student threat unfounded

By Pat Maurer A Facebook post Thursday warned Mid Michigan Community College students that “the windshield tier” had been at the Harrison campus and urged students to exit classes “in…

Confederate flag was not reason for suspensions at HHS

Confederate flag was not reason for suspensions at HHS

By Pat Maurer Several Facebook posts on Thursday claimed that two Harrison High School Students had been suspended this week for bringing a Confererate Flag and American Flag to the…

Seiter briefs Farwell BOE on bills brewing in Lansing

By Pat Maurer Correspondent During a fairly brief Board of Education meeting Monday evening, Farwell Superintendent Carl Seiter briefed the board of coming House Bills and the proposals for State…

Clare’s summer concert series lineup announced

Load up your lawn chairs and join us for live music under the water tower at the Clare City Park on Thursday evenings from 6-8 p.m., starting June 8th until…

30 attend crime victims vigil

30 attend crime victims vigil

Thirty people, many who were victims of crime or survivors there to honor those they lost to crime attended the first annual candlelight vigil to mark the beginning of National…

Saying thank you to our Vietnam Vets

Saying thank you to our Vietnam Vets

By Jenn Bomorra Correspondent For the past 6 years, the American Legion Post 404 and sponsor VVA 1047 of Harrison has held their annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran’s event in…

Suspect accused of placing porn on cars commits suicide

Suspect accused of placing porn on cars commits suicide

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A man suspected of placing notes and pornographic material on vehicles at least ten times in Isabella County and another two in other locations outside the…

Business woman Ruby Koch laid to rest

Business woman Ruby Koch laid  to rest

Former business owner Ruby (Poet) Koch, 88, died last Sunday at the Woodland Hospice House. A lifelong resident of Clare, Ruby was the longtime owner of Her Place, a dress…

Project continues despite Walmart

Project continues despite Walmart

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Walmart may have decided not to build its supercenter in Clare, but that isn’t stopping Clare Northern Group from getting their Colonville Road property ready for…