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of Clare County
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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 – The Northern Michigan Alliance for Children, a child advocacy center serving the children of Clare, Gladwin and Missaukee counties, has received a $10,000 grant endowed by the Clare … more
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 … more
Update:   Concerns Raised: Special Use Permit Process at Standstill Commissioner Laskowsky: Request Presentation Not Adequate By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – The Hayes … more
Jon H. RingelbergMember, CCHSMarch 5, 2019 Sometimes one stumbles into history by sheer accident and this particular stumble into history involves the now City of Clare, previously known as … more
HARRISON – Melissa Townsend, district manager for the Clare Conservation District, brought a Gypsy Moth Program spraying contract recommendation to commissioners at the Feb. 20 Board … more
Lost Lake Legend Explored   5/24/18 By Angela Kellogg Cleaver Managing Editor   I was thrilled to be allowed to tag along recently on a historical tour of the Lost Lake Scout Reservation in … more
HARRISON – The 2019 Recycling Day at Harrison City Park got off to a brisk start Saturday, quite likely due to this year’s reduced hours of 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. In the past, the event was … more
Tale of the Twin Pines: The Final Chapter   3/13/19 By Andrew M. Coulson, Clare County Historical Society member About six years had passed since the Twin Pines of the Harrison School watched … 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
Next year, campers and visitors to Wilson State Park will have a more pleasant experience with the addition of two new bath houses. Demolition of one of the former bathrooms in the south part of the … more
Teens Give Voice to Concerns, Thoughts for Future Neighborhood Watch Hears Needs Assessment Survey Results   By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – On the heels of presenting … more
  Frigid Temps Fatal to Inadequately Protected Animals Animal Shelter Builds Wall – Without a Single Furlough   By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – The frigid … more
  Hayes Board to Interview Zoning Administrator Applicants County Clerk Talks Taxes, Records, Collections, Jury Board   By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – Visiting the … more
Allissa’s Shear Indulgence Salon: Bringing the New Salon Start-up All About Beauty, Pampering   By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – When Allissa Conn was growing up, she … more
Commissioners Elaborate on Colonville Road Legalities BOC Hears from Disgruntled Resident   By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – During the first public comment period of the … more
                  Preparing for Frostbite Winter Festival 2019 Focus on Fairy Tales By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer Clare County Cleaver … more
Community Expresses Gratitude, Appreciation for Ms. Maye Rosie Disciple Gets Much-Deserved Recognition   HARRISON – As stated in the main story about the 2019 Snowball Dinner Dance, Maye … more
BOC Hears Medical Examiner Update Clare One of Top Counties in State Selected for Opioid Surveillance   By Dianne Alward-Biery Cleaver Staff Writer HARRISON – At the December Clare County … 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
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