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Lavely sentenced to 17.5 to 35 years

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   According to information from Clare County Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis, William Lavely, 68, of Harrison , was sentenced last Friday  to concurrent 17 to 35…

Lake mans body found near US-10

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Police say an autopsy has verified that there was no foul play in the death of Michael Joseph Smay, 48, of Lake. Smay’s body…

Farwell Schools not facing takeover, Harrison students don’t have to move

By Pat Maurer     Rumors flying across Facebook that Farwell Schools are facing a possible State takeover are false, Superintendent Carl Seiter said Thursday morning. Seiter said that because…

Payroll, AP duties stay with clerk

By Erich Doerr Review Correspondent   The Clare County Board of Commissioners met on Wednesday in Harrison. During the meeting the board approved four items but voted against one during…

MDOT, Drunk Bus working to resolve issues

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Michigan Department of Transportation Spokesperson Janet Foran reported Wednesday that the Taylor’s, owners of the Harrison Drunk bus, have been contacted in an effort…

Manners faces charges of transmitting HIV, Police seek additional victims

Manners faces charges of transmitting HIV, Police seek additional victims

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Philip Bryan Manners, 25, of Clare was arrested August 22 and charged with having sex with a partner without informing the victim that he…

Mid-Michigan, U of M to partner

MidMichiganHealth and the University  of Michigan Health System have announced plans to affiliate as clinical and business partners. When complete , this will be the first such affiliation outside Southeast…

Bristol sentenced on meth charges

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Benjamin Quinn Bristol, arrested for having a mobile meth lab in his vehicle, pled guilty to that charge and another for the possession of…

Crossroads saves neglected donkeys, celebrates 10 years this weekend

Crossroads saves neglected donkeys, celebrates 10 years this weekend

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   Crossroads Donkey and Mule Rescue, celebrating their tenth anniversary this holiday weekend, is mid-Michigan’s answer to save unwanted, abused and neglected donkeys and mules.…

Three arrested for home invasion

The home invasions began on July 5, 2012 and continued until August 20, 2012. They occurred in Union Township and the City of Mt. Pleasant. Ryan Edward Hones, 23 years old…