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UPDATE: On 01/26/2022, 26-year-old Brandon Thomas Sayles of Evart was arraigned in 80th District Court by magistrate Worpell on the charges of Weapons – possess by Felon / Felonious Assault … more
HARRISON – Jaren West has owned 989 Furniture and Mattress north of Harrison for more than five years. This week marks another milestone as he relocates the business to the building he … more
The Harrison VFW recently received for display a decommissioned, and disabled M-60 tank. The tank remains owned by the U.S. Government, but the VFW will display and maintain it.“It was exciting … more
HARRISON – Well, the day finally came for the fifth and final Snowball – a day cold enough to guarantee no snowballs melted anywhere. Inside the Moose Lodge, however, was a warm and … more
HARRISON – A Jan. 12 quick tour of the renovation progress being made at the Hillside School building was provided for the Cleaver by Rick Foote, superintendent of Harrison Community Schools. … more
 Planning for the event that sings aloud the Irish heart of the City of Clare is underway. That planning includes the search for the 2022 Clare Irish Festival Grand Marshal. The rules are … more
Friends Ministry wants to take a moment to say thank you. God blessed us with an amazing year in every area of ministry. Our Thrift Stores had a great year in sales, and we are incredibly grateful … more
DEARBORN, Mich., (January 10, 2022) — As arctic air continues to blast Michigan and with the weather forecast calling for some of the coldest temperatures of the year thus far, AAA is … more
HARRISON – “Well, best laid plans – go sideways.” Those were the words that introduced Maye Tessner-Rood’s description of a recent game-plan change for the Jan. 15 … more
LANSING, Mich. – Michigan has received its first shipment of new oral medications to treat COVID-19, paxlovid and molnupiravir, following the recent emergency use authorization by the … more
Well, 100 women mostly agree. That didn’t make the greatest headline though. For certain, 100 women agree they care and that is the basis of a new group formed in 2021; 100 Women + Who Care in … more
After years of struggling with blight in the township, in 2015 Hayes Township began concerted efforts to tackle the problem with its first demolition on Cranberry Lake Road. Second and third … more
HARRISON – Saturday, Jan. 15 is the date of the fifth and final Snowball Dinner-Dance to be held at the Harrison Moose Lodge. The brainchild of local community advocate Maye Tessner-Rood, the … more
LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) will be updating its quarantine guidance for the general public to … more
Many folks expressed their enjoyment of watching the Live Nativity, complete with animals (a donkey and sheep) hosted Dec. 23 and 24 by the Clare United Methodist Church at Witbeck’s Family … more
HARRISON – Community Services Director Lori Phelps provided a brief update to the Clare County Board of Commissioners at its Dec. 15 meeting. The sole item she noted was a mobile health unit … more
Steve Bonham has been in the insurance business for 45 years. That will change slightly when he semi-retires and his competitor and good friend Joel Hardy purchases his business and building on First … more
Have you ever seen an equation that didn't look equal? I have.   As December keeps winding down, there is the joy and anticipation of celebrating Jesus' birth. The children are constantly … more
Christmas in the Clare County Jail will be a little bit merrier this year thanks to the Clare Rotary Club, Leota Community Church, Clare Assembly of GOD, Clare United Methodist Church, and the … more
HARRISON – Deputy Nick Oster, who has been the school liaison officer for Harrison Community Schools since 2010, attended the Dec. 13 Harrison Community Schools Board of Education meeting to … more
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