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Coleman pedestrian hit by car in downtown Clare

Coleman pedestrian hit by car in downtown Clare

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Amber Grandy, 41 of Coleman, was injured Tuesday when she was hit by a car in the crosswalk of the intersection of Fourth and McEwan in…

Allish sentenced

Allish  sentenced

By Pat Maurer Correspondent John Daniel Allish, 34 of Harrison, was sentenced by Judge Roy Mienk May 7th to from 75 months to 15 years in prison for criminal sexual…

Midland physician suspended

The Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) has suspended  the medical license of Midland physician Steven Michael Morris for numerous issues including financial fraud, substance abuse and failing to…

Birth Announcement

Birth Announcement

Lexie Marie Schmucker was born at 1:30 p.m. on April 23, 2018 to parents Shianne Shirey and David Schmucker. Lexi weighed in at 7lbs 8oz and was 20 inches long.…

Appreciates help at the ‘Having Faith for Hope’ benefit

Appreciates help at the ‘Having Faith for Hope’ benefit

Our appreciation goes out to the businesses, both local and those far away, who donated to the Silent Auction at the “Having Faith for Hope” Benefit April 29th at the…

Northern Tradition brings in over $100K

 The Mid Michigan Community College Foundation raised over $100,000 at its 17th annual fundraiser, A Northern Tradition, which took place at Jay’s Sporting Goods in Clare.    A Northern Tradition is…

County Eagles clubs make improvements, add members

County Eagles clubs make improvements, add members

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Fraternal Order of Eagles of both Harrison and Clare are working hard to improve both their buildings and their services to the community. The Eagles…

74-year-old earns degree

74-year-old earns degree

By Pat Maurer Correspondent An incredible 74-year-old lady from Harrison, joined a much younger group of students graduating from Mid Michigan Community College this spring. Elaine Davis collected her Associates…

Appreciates help at the ‘Having Faith for Hope’ benefit

Our appreciation goes out to the businesses, both local and those far away, who donated to the Silent Auction at the “Having Faith for Hope” Benefit April 29th at the…

Surrey, Lincoln douse Hill Haven fire

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Surrey Township Fire Department was called a woods fire around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday that started with a fire to burn trash. Fire Department Chief Dave Williams…