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Hayes leaning toward geothermal

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent The Clare County Transit Corporation may not be the only energy efficient facility in Hayes Township. Supervisor Terry Acton said if the township moves forward with…

Farwell BOE considers reinstatement of Chinese program

Farwell BOE considers reinstatement of Chinese program

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The mood was much lighter in Farwell Monday night at the special meeting of the Board of Education after trustees indicated they will consider a budget…

Cole pleads guilty to bank robberies

Cole pleads guilty to bank robberies

Clinton Cole, 57, of Harrison has pled guilty to the armed robber of two Chemical Harrison banks last October and was sentenced in May for a Cadillac Bank robbery. According…

Player of The Year!

Player of The Year!

Clare’s Colton Punches was named Review Baseball Player of The Year. See next week’s issue of the Clare County Review to learn more about Colton’s many accomplishments throughout the 2014…

BOC approves bond to purchase, improve K of C

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County is moving forward with having condition of buildings evaluated. The energy services company NORESCO has been courting the county to assess conditions, determine energy-saving…

Harrison BOE recommends $470K in budget cuts

By Sylvia Stevens Correspondent An anticipated budget was prepared by the Harrison Community Schools Board of Education for the 2014-2015 school year, June 9.  The board is waiting to see…

Grant Twp. approves wording for three mill road proposal

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Grant Township took the final step Tuesday evening to put a ten-year, 3-mill request for road maintenance and improvement on the November ballot. The board unanimously…

Professor shoots at salesmen

Professor shoots at salesmen

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Central Michigan University professor was arrested last Sunday evening after he allegedly fired a shotgun at vacuum cleaner salesmen who came to his door. Robert…

WWII Vets honored on D-Day

WWII Vets honored on D-Day

The Clare-Farwell American Legion Post 558 hosted a ceremony in honor of the 70th Anniversary of D-Day on June 6.  The feature of the ceremony was the veterans themselves that…

Surrey Twp. mulls purchase of $440K pumper

By Pat Maurer Correspondent One of the things discussed at Surrey Township’s regular monthly meeting Tuesday was the potential purchase of a new pumper for the fire department. Fire Chief…