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Investigation Complete: Prosecutor Finds Shooting of Lincoln Township Man Lawful
Prosecutor Michelle Ambrozaitis released this statement Tuesday, March 12 regarding the investigation of the death of Robert William Reid III. On November 21, 2018, Clare County Sheriff’s Deputies were involved in a shooting that resulted in the death of Robert Reid III. The Michigan State Police 6th District Headquarters conducted the investigation.
Renewable Energy Summit
Charles Gould, MSU Extension educator, describes the benefits of the co-location of agriculture and solar energy production during the recent Renewable Energy Summit held at the Clare-Gladwin RESD.
Tale of the Twin Pines: The Final Chapter
About six years had passed since the Twin Pines of the Harrison School watched Tom and Hazel walk out the doors of the Congregational Church, a newly married couple. Tom was at his most dapper and Hazel was breathtaking. The Twin Pines missed them very much. Occasionally, they thought they caught glimpses of them in the distance. Years went by and it was now 1971. Plans for a new high school were being made offsite on the south side of town.
Update:Special Use Permit Process at Standstill
The Hayes Township Planning Commission met Tuesday, March 5 to continue its consideration of the special use permit requested by Scott Carter of Big Bore Lodge, LLC. This follow-up meeting did not go as many may have anticipated, however.Despite the fact that the Commission had already heard public comment on the issue at the Feb. 26 hearing, a public comment session was added to the evening’s agenda.