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Marijuana, road millage defeated

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A charter amendment for both Clare and Harrison to allow the possession, transfer and recreational use of 2.5 ounces or less of marijuana on private property…

High speed chase ends in business owner’s death

High speed chase ends in business owner’s death

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 15-mile high-speed chase early Halloween morning through Clare and Isabella Counties ended in a fiery crash that took the life of the vehicle’s driver. Duane…

Veteran’s Day events planned

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Special events are planned in Harrison, Clare and Farwell for Veteran’s Day next Tuesday. A special program is planned in Farwell at the Jaime Performing Arts…

Voters have many choices on Tuesday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The November 4 elections are next Tuesday. The big races next Tuesday for Clare County will be for the U.S. House of Representatives (4th District, the…

100 political signs missing in Farwell

By Pat Maurer Approximately 100 political signs – 75 for Farwell BOE candidate Holly Thrush and another 20-30 for candidates Bill Scott and Misti Haring, were stolen last Friday. “I…

Four win American Legion best Chili

The American Legion Post 558 in Farwell was the site of the 2nd Annual Chili Cook-off this past October 25.  This event was coordinated with the Michigan vs. Michigan State football…

5 injured in 5-car pile-up

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Sunday morning crash on West Remus Road (M-20) just west of Vandecar ended up involving five vehicles and sending five people to the hospital with…

Toys sought for needy

Project Kids Christmas Outreach is fast approaching and donations of NEW unwrapped toys for children ages newborn to 12 are greatly needed for Clare County families.  Gifts play a big…

Candidates tell us why they should be elected

Candidates tell us why they should be elected

Joel Johnson, (R) State Representative Seeking third term as State Representative (held office since 2011) “I will continue to be accessible and available to the public. I will promote reforms…

Clare Commission turns down COPs grant – School Liaison Officer hours could be cut

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a surprise vote Monday night, the Clare City Commission turned down accepting a COPs grant that would have paid part of a full-time officer’s salary…