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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
HARRISON – A hundred-plus people packed the room for the 7th Annual Clare County Habitat for Humanity Pig Roast held Saturday evening at the Harrison Moose Lodge. Attendance even spilled … more
At it's regular meeting this morning the Clare County Road Commission voted after a three-hour closed session to place Road Commission Managing Director/Engineer Deepak Gupta on paid administrative … more
HARRISON – Despite the dayslong forecast for rain and likelihood of a thunderstorm, throngs of animal loving visitors came out Saturday to enjoy the 3rd Annual Alpaca Palooza at Living the Good … more
More than 130 Harrison alumni were on the annual roll call at the Harrison Alumni coffee hour Saturday.  With over 200 attending, it was the highest attended alumni event in recent years.  … more
Harrison's Memorial Weekend All Roses, Rosies and Roadsters The weather cooperated this weekend with a nice day for the Harrison Car and Bike show on Sunday.  Over 94 vehicles were registered, … more
Mid Michigan College is investing $12 Million to improve its existing learning and student spaces through a renovation of the College’s Harrison Campus. The College will reduce the Harrison … more
Something rare and wonderful happened May 6 in Hamilton Township – triplet Angus calves were born: a heifer and two bulls. more
The Grand Valley State softball team is headed back to the Division II College World Series for the fourth time in program history – and second time in the last four seasons – after they defeated Indianapolis 4-2 in the NCAA Division II Midwest Super Regional Championship game. more
HARRISON – The Mounted Division of the Clare County Sheriff Department was joined by members of other mounted divisions last weekend as it hosted the three-day annual Tactical Horsemanship … more
HARRISON – Clare County Habitat for Humanity began its work locally in 1991, an effort which sought to combine the compassion of a community with the sweat equity provided by volunteers and … more
The Friends of Clare County Parks and Recreation presented its 10th Annual Gateway Affair last weekend at Jay’s Sporting Goods north of Clare. The Saturday, May 11 event started off with a steak dinner provided by Ponderosa of Clare, and featured a reverse raffle, a live auction, a 50/50 drawing, silent auction items and a drawing for a $100 Jay’s gift card. more
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed Public Law 87-726 designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which May 15 falls as National Police Week. The law was amended by the … more
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