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Grant Twp residents complain about Lorraine Dr.

Grant Twp residents complain about Lorraine Dr.

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Earl and Martha Covell were at the Grant Township meeting one more time to try and resolve problems on Lorraine Drive where they live. The couple…

Chamber now at City Hall

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare City Manager Ken Hibl told the Commission Monday night that the Clare Chamber of Commerce is moving to City Hall this week. They will be…

Freedom Park gets $25K grant

Freedom Park gets $25K grant

The Veterans Freedom Park is the recent recipient of a $25,000.00 grant awarded from ‘The Charles J. Strosacker Foundation’  of Midland. With this generous contribution and the recent golf outing fundraiser…

Despite parent pleas, Farwell BOE nixes Chinese Program

Despite parent pleas, Farwell BOE nixes Chinese Program

Hopes were dashed for parents and students at the Farwell Board of Education meeting held Monday as the board refused to reinstate the Chinese Immersion Program. The room was standing…

Clare installs new scoreboard

Clare installs new scoreboard

  By Sherry Landon On Monday, June 30 a new scoreboard was put in place at Brookwood Park under the direction of Dan Haggart. The new design is more flexible…

Bond set for Mathias at $500k

Bond set for Mathias at $500k

Joseph Mathias, 46, of Harrison was arraigned July 1 on charges of controlled substance-operating/maintaining a laboratory involving meth and habitual offender fourth offense notice. Bond was set at $500,000 in…

Homeless man faces life for Freeman Twp. CSC

Homeless man faces life for Freeman Twp. CSC

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A 54-year-old homeless man who had been living with a Freeman Township family was arraigned Tuesday on first degree criminal sexual conduct. Kim J. Thomas, who…

Meth lab discovered in Dodge City garage

Meth lab discovered in Dodge City garage

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An investigation into a parole violation Monday led to the discovery of a meth lab in a Dodge City garage. When a parole agent and a…

Fireworks & fun highlight the holiday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Visitors and residents alike have a wide variety of fun things to do around the area for the next two weekends and holiday fireworks to ooh…

Clare BOE adopts $13.7 million budget for 2014-15

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The coming year’s budget and administrative raises were adopted at the June 16 Clare Board of Education Meeting. Board members voted unanimously to adopt a projected…