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For well-informed voters, party affiliation does NOT define a candidate. Despite the current political climate, we need to look beyond the political party and examine more important matters such as … more
I find it amazing that six of our seven school board members would vote to send our students back to school in person during a pandemic and renovation process. Half of all schools in the country … more
Letter to the Editor, As our parents get older, the topic comes up quite often of caring for them when the time comes. My dad has had some issues with his diagnosis so we decided they need to live … more
I would like to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart from District 6 for your support and hard work at the Aug. 4 election.  It was a tight race with four people including the incumbent … more
I would first like to take a moment to thank all of my supporters and volunteers for their hard work and dedication. This Tuesday was the primary election and after a very long night and morning on … more
We are reaping what we have sown. Schools stopped teaching basic history of the United States. That came first. Then, it seemed an even better option was to change history and teach that as fact. … more
The following information was submitted to the letter to the editor information form on www.clarecountycleaver.net: first name: Dale last name: Price address: 2910 Cherry Grove city: … more
MMCAA Lauded for Actions I was down in Farwell for the first in-person meeting of the Mid-Michigan Community Action Agency Board of Directors since the Coronavirus pandemic began. Our meeting was … more
The words “data breach” are becoming more and more frequent in our everyday lives, and I’m sad to report that Mid Michigan College is now among the tens of thousands of … more
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