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Traffic Stop Finds Explosives, Guns in Pickup

Scott Jones By Pat Maurer Correspondent When Clare County deputies stopped a pickup in Lincoln Township around 10 p.m. Monday night for a traffic violation, they discovered a stolen motorcycle…

Governor Issues “Stay Home-Stay Safe” Order Monday

Monday, Governor Whitmer issued a “Stay Home – Stay Safe” order that limits all non-essentiat workers to their residence. By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a televised press conference Monday morning,…

CMDHD Says 6 Confirmed Cases So Far in Area

By Pat Maurer Correspondent In a press release Saturday, March 21st, the Central Michigan District Health Department confirmed its first positive Coronavirus (COVID-19) case in the six-county district (Arenac, Clare,…

Grundy Named Marion Fulltime Head Coach

by Ben Murphy Sports Writer After a mid-season coaching change, Chad Grundy finished out the 2019 schedule as head coach of the Marion football team. Grundy was recently tabbed to…

Coronavirus Accelerates Day By Day

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Following is a Coronavirus timeline over the past week with information from 9 & 10 News and local government agencies. On March 10th, there were just…

Oil Exploration Raises Concerns in Grant Township

The signal generating unit roams about and provides the signals for pickup by remote sensors. By Pat Maurer Correspondent Grant Township Supervisor Dan Dysinger recently sent an email outlining the…

Senior Services Still Providing for Clients

By Pat Maurer Correspondent “Clare County Senior Services is still providing services,” Director Lori Phelps posted. She said meals for both the south part and the northern part of the…

Middle Branch Supervisor Will Not Seek Re-Election

By John Raffel Correspondent MARION — The Middle Branch Township board had its budget meeting earlier this month. The meeting was a few days prior to the beginning of state-mandated…

If You Plan to Burn, Call Fire Department

By Pat Maurer Correspondent It is the season for yard cleanup and burning debris and ditches. “That’s fine,” said Clare Fire Chief Jim Chapman, “but people should make sure there…

Residents Have More Time to Catch up on Back Taxes

Clare County residents have more time to get caught up on their back property taxes and prevent their home from foreclosing after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued an Executive Order Tuesday…

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