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April showers – of snow

April showers – of snow

The calendar may claim spring is here, but you couldn’t tell it last Wednesday when another snowstorm hit the area once again, blanketing the trees and making the roads icy…

Downtown store’s murals highlight Clare history

Downtown store’s murals highlight Clare history

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Visitors and customers at “Made with Loving Hands in downtown Clare will soon have a real treat in store. When they are completed, two brand new…

Naked M.P. man accosts drivers

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A naked and disorderly 32-year-old Mt. Pleasant man was apprehended by Isabella County Deputies last Thursday after he attempted to enter at least two vehicles near…

Court, county at odds over paid days off

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioners decided to look into installing time clocks at the County Building to register when all employees arrive and leave for work or don’t…

P&R hopes to get $200K grant for complex

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Clare City Commission gave its unanimous approval March 21 to apply for a Michigan Department of Natural Resource Trust Fund grant for $200,000 for the…

Gelios nephew head of FBI in Detroit

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioner Jim Gelios says the family “couldn’t be prouder of him,” when referring to his nephew David P. Gelios, head of the FBI Detroit…

After debate, BOC agrees to fund deputy clerk

After debate, BOC agrees to fund deputy clerk

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County animal control has a part-time 25 hour a week kennel worker position to fill. Deadline for application is April 15. An application can be submitted…

Garfield votes to request $228K for trailhead

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Garfield Township will request $228,400 from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund to help establish a trailhead at the Lake Station Depot to serve yearround users…

Truck hits ambulance, closes M-115

By Pat Maurer Correspondent M-115 was closed for several hours after a 2001 ford truck crossed the center line and hit an oncoming ambulance last Thursday. According to a release…

Harrison receives $14K grant

The City of Harrison will soon benefit from a $14,175 placemaking project grant from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. The city was named one of 10 Rising Tide communities…