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Horns of various range and decibel could be heard through downtown Harrison as children took the “touch-a-truck” concept to heart. Dump trucks, fire trucks and everything in between were … more
HARRISON – Carley Young is a sophomore at Harrison High School, and it would seem also a mighty fine trumpet player. She was recognized at the Oct. 14 Harrison Community Schools Board of … more
Amish barn raising in Clare County, Michigan on October 15, 2019 more
HARRISON – What unique set of circumstances brings a person to make the choice to become a foster parent? That was one of the questions put to Kori Driver and Jenna Zelkowski during an … more
HARRISON – Sometimes things are well-planned in advance. And sometimes fun just falls out of the sky. That’s what happened Saturday at the Clare County Airport Fall Fly-In when pilot Lane … more
Mattie Hollar shoots with American Legion Post #404 affilaited with Harrison Sportsman Junior Club’s Rifle Team. In January, Mattie competed in the 19th Annual American Legion Air Rifle … more
HARRISON – Living the Good Life Alpaca Acres opened their gate and arms to the community Saturday, Sept. 28 in celebration of Alpaca Farm Days. A steady stream of visitors made their way around … more
Mid Michigan College’s Harrison Campus offers nearly 20 miles of trails for hiking and mountain bike enthusiasts to enjoy. The trail system is open to the public, and is also used for organized … more
HARRISON – Those not in attendance at the Sept. 18 Redding Township Board meeting missed a rarely seen moment of resolve: the seemingly abrupt yet organized resignation of two of the … more
City of Clare Water Filter Distribution for Eligible Residents (City of Clare) The City of Clare’s public water supply is above the action level for lead. Lead can cause serious health and … more
Friday, Sept. 27 will be a big night for Harrison Community Schools. Not only will Harrison play at home against Beaverton, but there are multiple activities during halftime and before and after the … more
HARRISON – Five-to-three was the 2020 Budget vote cast by the Clare County Board of Commissioners at its Sept. 18 meeting. The motion was presented by David Hoefling (R-District 6) and seconded … more
HARRISON – Harrison dentist Maureen Gierucki and her office made the move to some new digs on Spruce Street in early July of this year, marking the occasion with a ribbon cutting. The move has … more
When Michigan shanty boys (lumberjacks) went into the fall woods in 19th century, they often did not come out until spring. During the long winter nights, if the men wanted entertainment, they had to … more
HARRISON – The Hayes Township Planning Commission held a public hearing and special meeting Sept. 9, called for the purpose of adoption of the revised/amended 2019 Township Zoning Ordinances. … more
The 2016 general election saw only 188 of the 366 registered voters in Redding Township turn out to vote [51.37% of the electorate]. In that election, Marianne Borgula defeated incumbent supervisor … 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
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
HARRISON – Back in 1894, the Meredith/Skeels area, with its logging camps and sawmill – and all the Saturday night steam-blowing that accompanied it – was a bit tougher/rowdier area … more
HARRISON – The Clare County Animal Shelter will be hosting a Saturday pet adoptions-only event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14 to provide a more convenient time for all, particularly … more
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