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Natale drops out of MMCC pres. search to replace Churchill

The Mid Michigan Community College Board of Trustees has announced a change in the four finalists that have been selected in the search for a new president.   MMCC is in…

Clerk, cops honored by City Commission

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Diane Lyon, Clare City Clerk and a much-valued participant in many committees for the community’s benefit, was honored by the Clare City Commission with a “Key…

Hamilton voters asked to approve road millage

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Once again Hamilton Township voters will go to the polls next Tuesday to vote on a two-mill proposal for roads. A similar request was defeated by…

Freedom Run proceeds benefit park

By Melissa Schlicht Correspondent Saturday was a clear, chilly day for the 3rd annual “5K Freedom Run/Walk” in memory of SPC Robert Freise.  The race date coincided with the date…

Depot work continues

Work continues to progress at the Clare Depot. On Tuesday April 29, Gamble’s Redi-Mix was on hand to pour cement into the wall forms which were used to create a…

10th Health Fair a big success

This year’s Paula Pirnstill Annual Health Fair was held last Saturday featuring once again free health screenings – courtesy of Mid Michigan Health – and a huge amount of fun…

A Northern Tradition tops $100K mark

The Mid Michigan Community College Foundation raised over $100,000 at its thirteenth annual fundraiser, A Northern Tradition last Sunday evening. A Northern Tradition is the Foundation’s biggest fundraiser. In thirteen…

Shirley Jones at Clare’s LifeHOUSE May 3rd

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Television, Movie and Stage Actress, singer and author Shirley Jones will be at the LifeHOUSE (Prestige Place Assisted Living) in Clare May 3 from 9 a.m.…

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…