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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…

Harper awarded $1,000

Harper awarded $1,000

Jasmine Harper (center) of Clare High School was honored as a recipient of the Michigan High School Athletic Association›s Scholar-Athlete Award at the 2017 MHSAA Boys Basketball Finals at the…

Clare County man crashes truck on M-61

Clare County man crashes truck on M-61

Charges are pending against a 31-year-old Clare County man who was involved in a serious vehicle crash on M-61 March 25. Deputies from the Gladwin County Sheriff’s Office were called…

Lake man stabbed over $15

Lake man stabbed over $15

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Lake man is recovering after he was stabbed by a friend during an argument over $15. Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main said in a release…

Harrison City Market on fast track Spaces filling rapidly

Harrison City  Market on  fast track Spaces filling rapidly

By Jenn Bomorra For a city, town, or village to thrive in this economy nowadays, it needs a strong sense of community and support from people in that community to…

Probate Court registrar arrested

Probate Court registrar arrested

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Clare County Probate Court juvenile registrar, Steffi Brasington, 55, has been placed on administrative leave and is facing charges that could mean two years in…

Seiter calls two students, semi driver “heroes”

Seiter calls two students, semi driver “heroes”

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It was an emotional moment for Farwell Superintendent Carl Seiter as he introduced two students he called “heroes” for their actions after the March 13 school…

Woman’s death ruled accidental

Woman’s death ruled accidental

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The death of a Mt. Pleasant woman found in the Baymont Inn hot tub last month has been ruled accidental, Isabella County Sheriff Michael Main said…

Clare will narrow right-of-way on Beech St.

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Despite a strong objection voiced during a Public Hearing by Clare resident Tom Bouchey, City Commissioners voted unanimously Monday evening to abandon 14 feet of right-of-way…

Townships busy with Board of Review

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s March, and for townships, that usually means Board of Review meetings. That’s the case this month in Clare County. Boards of Review go over taxable…

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