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Clare City honors McGraw

Clare City honors McGraw

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Officer Jeremy McGraw was honored at the Clare City Commission meeting Monday for his quick thinking and actions that saved the life of a Clare man…

Farwell BOE & teachers ratify a 3-year contract

By Pat Maurer Correspondent After a mid-meeting closed session for negotiations Monday evening, the Farwell Board of Education ratified a proposed contract with the Farwell Education Association. On Wednesday, the…

Damage minimal at Tuesday CHS fire

Damage minimal at Tuesday CHS fire

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A fire in the mezzanine area above the weight room next to the Clare High School gym Tuesday morning won’t delay the start of school August…

Relay for Life Aug. 5

On August 5th, many residents of Gladwin and Clare Counties will join together at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life to help save more lives from cancer. Relay for…

EPA extends public comment for proposed well

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The public comment period for the proposed Holcomb 1-22 injection well in Hamilton Township has been extended from a July 28 deadline to August 18. Last…

Woman dies when vintage roadster crashes

Woman dies when vintage roadster crashes

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 64-year-old Grand Blanc woman with ties to Gladwin County died Tuesday evening in a single vehicle crash on Bomanville Road east of Three Rivers Road…

Washington Rd ditch excavated

Washington Rd ditch excavated

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Flooding shouldn’t be as much of an issue on Washington Road when the rain “comes down in buckets” again. County Drain Commissioner Carl Parks explained the…

Award created for Kaechele

Award created for Kaechele

By Chris Stevens Correspondent Mary Kaechele was shocked when during the graduation ceremony for the Clare Youth Police Academy July 20, it was announced an award had been created in…

Heat fails to stop Old Jack in Farwell

Heat fails to stop Old Jack in Farwell

By Steve Landon Correspondent Weather forecasters were calling for sunny skies and temperatures in upper 70’s to lower 80’s, perfect temperatures for a vintage snowmobile show in July Right? Wrong!…

Injection well raises concerns

Injection well  raises concerns

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A small group, concerned over an Environmental Protection Agency permit application from Muskegon Development Company of Mt. Pleasant to convert an existing oil production well to…

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