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Former Clare County Sheriff Howard Haskin was laid to rest in a private ceremony Saturday. Haskin was honored with a procession that included the Clare County Sheriff Department, Michigan State … 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 – The photos accompanying this article show the vacant streets and businesses of Harrison which, as in most every village, town and city in the state, are virtually still as a result … more
Under a new Executive Order (EO – 2020-47) signed on April 13 and effective immediately, Michigan’s Secretary of State will be allowed to grant temporary extension of the validity of … 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
LANSING, MICH. During the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan, local health departments and staff from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) are reaching out to Michiganders who … 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
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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
LANSING, MICH. As a result of a federal requirement, stimulus payments to noncustodial parents who owe child support will be directed to custodial parents and children, the Michigan Department of … 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
Baby bunnies are nestled in their nests, fawns will soon find their way through the forest, and songbird and waterfowl nests are popping up all over. In fact, last week we shared tips on what to do … more
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