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Clare BOE looks for bond support

Clare BOE looks for bond support

By Pat Maurer Correspondent There was a small show of support for a new bond issue for Clare Schools July 7. Thirty-two, including school staff, attended a special meeting in…

Grant Twp. asks CCRC to save roads

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Grant Township is hoping other township will agree that the Clare County Road Commission needs to do something to protect Clare County’s gravel roads. The Grant…

Seniors seek millage increase

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Clare County Commissioners at a special meeting Monday authorized a millage increase for operating senior services. Voters at the November general election will be asked to…

Work progress on Depot

Work progress on Depot

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Work continues on upgrades to the historic old Clare Railroad Depot. Now in a brand new location across from Clare Castle on Fourth Street, the building…

Brewfest set for Saturday

By Pat Maurer Correspondent  Clare Rotary’s 4th annual Brewfest in Clare will be held August 16 this year. Forty breweries and wineries will be represented and more than 120 varieties…

LaBoda quits BOC

LaBoda quits BOC

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent Rick LaBoda’s previous career as Clare-Gladwin district court magistrate and an elected position for nearly two years as District 5 Commissioner collided from a policy of…

Three Farwell children hospitalized with “superbug”

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Three cases of MRSA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) nearby have a Farwell grandfather very concerned. Michael Methner of Farwell says he just wants people to know about…

Poor voter turnout marks county

By Rosemary Horvath Correspondent In spite of campaign material flooding mailboxes and TV screens, turnout at Tuesday’s primary election to nominate party candidates caused a ripple among the 23,096 registered…

Weed legalization may appear on Clare, Harrison ballots

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Clare and Harrison city voters may be voting on marijuana decriminalization in November. In Clare, “The Committee for a Safer Clare”, headed up by Eric Herbers,…

Seiter hopes Midland Chinese School will teach Farwell students

By Sylvia Stevens Correspondent The Farwell Area Schools Board of Education met Monday, but a quorum of board members was not present to vote on any topics on the agenda.…