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by JULIA YODER Editor's Note:  Gloria's 11-year-old daughter, Julia, wrote the column this week. Gloria will return next week. My two weeks in Ohio are flying by too fast. Well, I … more
HARRISON – It’s been a long, and sometimes contentious, effort to get some much-needed repair work done on the paved runway at Clare County Airport 80D. But, as the saying goes, good … more
By MEGAN BARRON Cleaver Guest Writer HARRISON – While it is no mystery that Harrison is now home to a new premium cannabis dispensary, for many the building may remain a bit … more
HARRISON – Aside from approval of its meeting minutes for May 17, June 13 and July 11, the Harrison Planning Commission had two basic items to consider at its Aug. 8 meeting. The first was a … more
HARRISON – In Mayor Dan Sullivan’s Aug. 7 report to Council, he noted the passing of Ken Hills, whom he described as a major force in the Harrison-Leota Snow Riders snowmobile club. … more
ability to hear are two important elements in helping a child succeed. Make sure your child gets their eyes and ears checked.  Clearness of vision, eye muscle balance, nearsightedness and … more
By ASHLEY ZHOU Capital News Service LANSING – A temporary ban on returning bottles and cans for deposits early in the pandemic may have caused long-lasting changes to the recycling … more
HARRISON – The dream undertaken in April of 2016 to purchase and convert the historical Surrey House into a new home for the Harrison District Library was originally intended to be completed in … more
HARRISON – When Keri Withers was seven months pregnant and living in Council Bluffs, Iowa, she encountered a woman named Rayola Wright. That woman, who was the mother of six children, served as … more
The country’s largest National Guard Bureau-sponsored military exercise is taking place across Northern Michigan with over 7,000 participants from 25 states, one territory and four international … more
ST.  IGNACE, Mich. ­-  Boo: The end of summer is quickly approaching. Yay: The 2023 Mackinac Bridge Walk on Labor Day, Sept. 4, is right around the corner. "The end of summer in … more
Paige Filice and Jo Latimore Michigan State University Extension A live frog was recently found in a salad mix purchased at a Michigan grocery store. The customer returned the package, … more
By JACK ARMSTRONG Capital News Service LANSING – In the spring of 2002, Marsi Darwin noticed one of her hen’s eggs hadn’t hatched and had gone cold. As the caretaker of the farm, she … more
Prosecutor’s Office release HARRISON – Windy Dawn Lane of Harrison pleaded guilty on June 9, 2023, in two felony files. In the first file, she pleaded guilty to Delivery/Manufacture … more
HARRISON – The runway crack-sealing project at Clare County Airport 80D got started Aug. 2 with some measuring to determine the volume of herbicide that would be required to kill off all the … more
The Country King, the Mighty 92, WKKM, was Harrison’s first radio station founded by Dave Carmine, aka Dave Carr. Carmine started the station in 1975. Carmine passed away at age 80 on August 8, … more
LANSING — The Department of Natural Resources is taking the final step to eliminate an offensive term for Native American women from the name of a boat launch in Oakland County. … more
Welcome to August Clare County.  The Clare County Central Dispatch has loaded 20,502 incidents for Clare County as of July 31.  During the months of June and July there were 6,152 incidents … more
HARRISON – The Harrison District Library is pleased to announce its long-awaited move to the historic Surrey House building will happen next week. The library will be closed Aug. 14 through … more
HARRISON – In most organizations, to say that business is booming is a good thing. However, that is not the case when the organization is the Clare County Animal Shelter. A Friday, Aug. 4 chat … more
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