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The Michigan State Police reported on July 11, 2019, at approximately 10:05 a.m., troopers from the Michigan State Police Mount Pleasant Post were dispatched to a vehicle crash involving three … more
GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn – July 8, 2019 – Dollar General’s newest store at 303 W. Fifth St. in Clare is now open!  This new location will offer area residents a convenient new … more
HARRISON – Friends, family, staff and community leaders gathered Monday, July 8 to witness Maureen Gierucki, DDS, as she cut the ribbon marking the official opening of her new dental office. … more
CLARE COUNTY– Earlier this spring, the Clare County Arts Council put out a call for donations of old ironing boards and for people to create art pieces from the boards. The CCAC requested the … more
Russell Cellular of Clare gives back to the community each month by selling cellular phone accessories and donating 100% of the profits to a chosen organization. Last week Melissa Alex was presented … more
Re: BOC Tackles Road Commission Issues Head-on, 6-27-19 article Just to be clear, regarding the subject matter, there is one substantial factual error in your article that needs to [be] brought to … more
At approximately 6:05 p.m. on July 1 Clare County Central Dispatch received multiple 911 calls reporting a bicyclist hit by a vehicle on Clare Ave. South of Dover Rd., within Grant Township of Clare … more
HARRISON – The final portion of the June 19 meeting of the Clare County Board of Commissioners was dedicated to discussion of ongoing issues at the Clare County Road Commission. Chairperson … more
On Monday, July 1, the nine owners of Cops & Doughnuts will celebrate their 10-year investigation. In the spring of 2009, the officers learned that the Clare City Bakery, the only place in the … more
The Harrison Chamber of Commerce appreciates the patience of the community as we re-structure, however would like to assure the community we are still alive and active.  Chamber office hours are … more
Gracing the landscape of a small town as long as it has, the “Hitchcock House” has intrigued a little part of everyone who ever grew up in Farwell. Next door to the school many … more
Sheriffs Telling Our Parents and Promoting Educated Drivers (S.T.O.P.P.E.D.) is a voluntary program for parents who would like to be notified when their child is involved in a traffic stop by a … more
HARRISON – Five foreign exchange students who have been attending Harrison High School this year were present at the June 10 Harrison Community Schools Board of Education meeting. … more
HARRISON – As part of its Wellhead Protection efforts, the City of Harrison conducts various presentations aimed at increasing awareness of how to protect the community’s essential water … more
HARRISON – Over the course of only three years, the Veterans Freedom Park Committee managed to purchase and install three statues in the park: a Soldier’s Battlefield Cross, the World War … more
HARRISON – The Clare County Road Commission’s June 5 board meeting saw a room filled nearly to capacity by visitors. The full board was in attendance, along with its attorney Angelina … more
The first “Afternoon Tea with HDL” was a wonderful success raising more than $6,000 for the Surrey House Renovation Project Fund. The afternoon included tasty sandwiches, delicious … more
HARRISON – When Karl Hauser took on the position previously held by Renee Haley as the new Director of Veterans Affairs for Clare County last October, he had some seriously large professional … more
The Cleaver office is the lucky business diplaying an ironing board painting by Harrison High Schools students as part of the Clare County Arts Council "The Art of Ironing."  The board was … more
HARRISON – Last winter when Michelle Neff, MSU Extension educator and Youth Action Council adviser, visited the Hayes Municipal Complex in December to give a presentation on her recently … more
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