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Clare RR crossing traffic to be detoured in July

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Manager Ken Hibl announced Wednesday that Fifth Street in Clare (Ludington Drive) just west of downtown will be closed next month, beginning July 21…

Fishing derby this Saturday

By Jennifer Bomorra Correspondent The Harrison Chamber of Commerce has decided to bring back their Budd Lake Fishing Derby Contest at the Harrison Power Docks in town this coming Saturday,…

2nd annual Triathlon in Harrison June 20

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Start your summer off right and celebrate Father’s Day weekend with a visit to the Middle of the Mitten for the second annual “Middle-O-Mit” Triathlon. The…

Harrison raises 18.5K for youngster seeking trained dog

Harrison raises 18.5K for youngster seeking trained dog

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent While the Hamilton Township Williams family looks forward to adopting an alert dog for their 8 year-old son diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, it appears the…

Industrial Park infrastructure 90% done

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Infrastructure for the new Clare North Industrial Park is 90 percent complete, Clare City Commissioners were told at the May 18 meeting. The City approved another…

Wells, Wildey chosen to design Art Alley mural

Wells, Wildey chosen to design Art Alley mural

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Another step in the process of making Clare a truly unique destination is underway. May 16 two winning artists were announced for the design of the…

Area set to observe Memorial Day

By Pat Maurer Special activities are planned in each of the three Clare County communities this weekend to celebrate Memorial Day with parades planned in Clare and Farwell and ceremonies…

Brother shoots brother over property dispute

Brother shoots brother over property  dispute

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An “ongoing dispute” between two Harrison brothers led to one shooting the other with a shotgun last Sunday evening, Clare County Undersheriff Dwayne Miedzianowski said in…

Farwell BOE mulls Seiter’s recommended budget cuts

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Things are tight for the Farwell School Board lately with budget cuts looming on the horizon because of the loss in student enrollment, but there was…

Thousands attend Yoder flea market and auction

Thousands attend Yoder flea market and auction

Car upon car brought thousands of treasure seekers to the Leaton Road Yoder farm to find bargains from 400 vendors and to watch dozens of homemade Amish quilts being auctioned…