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Haners honored for sixty years in ministry

Haners honored for sixty years in ministry

Elder Richard Haner and Sister Bonnie Haner were honored for 60 years of ministry, at Apostolic Lighthouse of Harrison, Saturday March 12th during an Old Time Camp Meeting Style Rally.…

BOC to discuss fate of airport

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Issues left unresolved Wednesday will be taken up again at a special meeting of the Clare County Board of Commissioners at 9 a.m. March 22, according to…

Clown Band returns to Fest

For nearly twenty-five years, the Scottville Clown Band has been an annual “hit” at the Clare Irish Festival. Since 1903, those famous clowns from Scottville, Michigan have been entertaining millions…

Clare Irish Festival starts next week!

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent Spring must be in the air, because the annual Clare Irish Festival is almost here. The 41st annual Irish Festival begins next week. This year’s…

Brankel’s named Irish Festival Grand Marshalls

Brankel’s named Irish Festival Grand Marshalls

Sam and Judy Brankel have been chosen as Grand Marshalls to represent Clare during the 2016 Clare Irish Festival.  They moved to Clare in 1998 from Royal Oak after having…

Another mistrial declared in Bigford murder case

Another mistrial declared in Bigford murder case

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent The Isabella County trial of Mary Lou Bigford for the murder last spring of Lawrence Howard Jr., 39, the father of her granddaughter, has been…

Harrison to open bids for $2.5 million City Hall

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Harrison city officials will open contract bids Friday (March 11) for the proposed City Hall and Department of Public Works municipal building to be built on Sullivan Drive…

Clare Irish Festival Schedule of Events

Wednesday March 16 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 3/16 -3/18 – Kathy Rynearson Memorial Food Drive at Witbeck’s Family Foods Parking Lot 5 – 7 p.m. Business After Hours at…

Clare Candidates for superintendent narrowed to two

By Pat Maurer Correspondent After two nights on interviews this week, the Clare Board of Education has selected two candidates out of five that were interviewed that they will meet…

Property owners fear drain improvement will take their land

Property owners fear drain  improvement will take their land

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Property owners who fear they may lose their buildings were at a meeting of the Intercounty Drainage Board Monday evening. Eight property owners along the Little…

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