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Counterfeiter identified as Clare High School student

Counterfeiter identified as Clare High School student

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Alexander Haupt, 17, of Clare, was arrested November 12 and arraigned November 13 on counterfeiting charges by 80th District Court Magistrate Karen Willing. His bond was…

Man leads deputies on high speed chase in Harrison – Police car damaged

Man leads deputies on high speed chase in Harrison – Police car damaged

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Raymond Arthur Massie, 32, of Harrison is facing charges of “Flee and Elude 3rd Degree” and driving while license suspended (DWLS) after he let officers on…

EXCEL program lowers Clare HS class failures

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a special presentation by Clare High School Principal El Hubel Monday, the success of the Excel program was outlined. Hubel said the program, similar to…

COPs grant accepted by city, McConnell changes vote

COPs grant accepted by city, McConnell changes vote

By Pat Maurer Correspondent With the promise of an additional $15,000 from Clare Schools, Clare City Commissioners approved 3-2 accepting a COPS grant in a special meeting Wednesday evening. It…

Clare Police nab counterfeiter

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare Police Chief Brian Gregory said a 17 year-old Clare teen was arrested Wednesday afternoon for “counterfeiting, manufacturing and delivery of counterfeit U.S. currency.” An alert…

Hayes Twp. breaks ground

Hayes Twp. breaks ground

By Rosemary Horvath A long-awaited celebration took place Monday as elected officials of Hayes Township broke ground on a $2.235 million project designed to refurbish the community Civic Center, install an industrial kitchen…

Farwell man dies in Isabella County 2-car collision

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 55-year-old Farwell man, Philip Lance Scott, died November 6 from injuries sustained in a two car crash on Beal City and North Isabella Roads. According…

Farwell BOE honors golfer

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Farwell Board of Education recognized State Girl’s Golf finals runner-up Bria Colosky at the meeting November 3rd. Bria took 10th place as a ninth grader,…

Grant Township turns down property transfer

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a brief and non-eventful meeting Tuesday evening, the Grant Township Board agreed to file an objection to a property transfer to the township after the…

Senior millage passes by 1,200

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A County-wide proposal to add .27 mills for eight years for additional senior services funding passed 5,076 to 3,848, Tuesday with nearly 57 percent of voters…