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Music Fest fills streets

Music Fest fills streets

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The second annual Clare Music Festival and Barbeque filled the streets of Clare last weekend. With a VIP ticket, Local restaurants provided taste-testing of their featured…

Lost kayaks cause rollover

Lost kayaks cause rollover

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Kayaks that came off a Ford SUV on southbound US-127 Sunday afternoon caused an accident and rollover. According to a release from the Clare County Sheriff’s…

Fire engulfs Scott Drive home

Fire engulfs Scott Drive home

By Pat Maurer A trailer  on Lot number 30 on Scott Drive at the Pleasant Valley Trailer Park in the City of Clare was heavily damaged by fire Wednesday evening.…

Trespassing complaint leads to meth arrest

Trespassing complaint leads to meth arrest

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare County Deputies responding to a trespassing complaint at an address in the 6000 block of East Townline Road around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon discovered an…

Budd Lake re-opens after E.coli scare

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent A weekend inconvenience at the Wilson State Park beach on Budd Lake in Harrison ended Tuesday when the Central Michigan District Health Department lifted a contamination advisory, thereby…

BOC tells department heads no more hires – period

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County’s special July 9 budget session dealt more with union negotiations and personnel issues than erasing deficits in the current fiscal year and next. Commissioner…

Clare City, Demarest spar over city projects

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Much of the July 5 meeting of the Clare City Commission was taken up with answering concerns and questions raised by former City Commissioner and Mayor…

Hayes complex officially open

Hayes complex officially open

Hayes Township officials join James Turner, state director of USDA Rural Development, in cutting a ribbon and officially opening the $2.6 million municipal complex on July 8. Treasurer Maye Rood…

Three in Farwell Work Program

Three in Farwell Work Program

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In an email Monday, Farwell Village Treasurer Tracy Lee announced, “I have some exciting news.” Three young people from the area, two from Harrison and one…

Hayes supervisor concerned about E. Coli in other lakes

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Hayes Township is investigating feasibility of having a sanitary sewer transmission line from Townline Lake Road north to Cranberry Lake Road, township Supervisor Terry Acton said.…