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Noticing…

Noticing…

Ah! Summer! A time for vacations, for reunions, beaches, mountains, bond fires, fishing, swimming, traveling, camping, long evenings, a little wine and so much more. As you travel this summer…

School days are coming

School days are coming

Don’t look now, but summer is passing quickly and the start of school is within sight. For students, we begin on Monday, August 27th with a half day. As is…

Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

This handsome baby is kitten #025K18, who came into the shelter with his three sisters (022, 023 & 024K18) and his momma (085C18). Like his sisters he is a little shy…

Looking for help………….

I am searching for information about the Hinkleville school. It was located across from the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Washington Road in Grant Township. The school was closed after…

Warning about Marijuana

Dear Editor, Marijuana may be coming up for a vote. They are finding more and more of this in the blood of fatal car crash victims. It is already legal…

Kleinhardt art on display at Farwell Museum this weekend

Kleinhardt art on display at Farwell Museum this weekend

There are many events during Lumberjack Days in Farwell.  The Farwell Area Historical Museum will have art on display again this year.  The art work can be seen from noon to 4…

Townsend seeks Dem nod for State Rep

Townsend seeks Dem nod for State Rep

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Dr. Robert Townsend, 55 of Clare, has announced his candidacy for the 97th District Michigan House seat this fall. He is running in the August Primary…

Hoefling announces candidacy for Commission

Hoefling announces candidacy for Commission

David A. Hoefling has announced his candidacy as a Republican for Clare County Commissioner. He is a 23-year-old Eagle Scout who believes in the power of his community. In 2013,…

White named scholarship recipient

White named scholarship recipient

Each year, thousands of students attend Mid Michigan College.  Nearly 75% of those students receive some form of financial aid.  Although that aid can vary, scholarships from local donors play…

After 36 years, Smith retires from bowling alley

After 36 years, Smith retires from bowling alley

By Pat Maurer Correspondent For the past 36 years Dean Smith, who is retiring, has been a “Jack of all trades” at Gateway Lanes in Clare. He has led an…