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Summer Reading Programs at the Pere Marquette District Library in Clare and the Harrison District Library kicked off last week to the beat of drums. Lori Fithian who runs Drummunity out of Ann Arbor … more
In an example of what a community can do when neighbors help neighbors, members of the Amish community gathered early June 15 on a farm along E. Townline Lake Road for a traditional barn raising. … more
On June 22, at 1:03 p.m., Clare County Central Dispatch received a call of a car versus pedestrian personal injury traffic crash, within the intersection of First and Main Street in the City of … more
HARRISON – Harrison Community Schools Superintendent Rick Foote, who will be retiring at the end of this month, was honored for his many years of service with a school open house get-together … more
HARRISON – Having been born and raised in Harrison, and having served its citizens for 20 years, Tracey (Beadle) Connelly is what anyone would recognize as a hometown girl. And now, Connelly is … more
A Clare County Lottery club was in complete shock after winning a $1.2 million Lotto 47 jackpot from the Michigan Lottery. The Lottery club members, who chose to remain anonymous, … more
HARRISON – Following a harrowing health episode, Dave Rowe has chosen to resign his position on the Harrison City Council. Rowe made his decision formal at the June 6 Harrison City Council … more
Living in central Michigan, summers are a very busy time for families. With vacations and outdoor activities, it is difficult to plan for a one-week vacation bible school event that will meet the … more
Summer is a great time to discover the Clare County outdoors. But if you’re new to the county, want to begin walking or biking, or have friends or family with whom you want to enjoy the … more
The following information was submitted to the letter to the editor information form on www.clarecountycleaver.net: first name: Bronwyn last name: Asplund address: 3900 N HARDING … more
The Saturday, May 28 annual meeting of the Harrison Alumni held in the Harrison High School auditorium was triple that of last year’s outdoor gathering at Harrison City Park. As per tradition, … more
HARRISON – So, pretend it’s a regular day, and out of the blue, some really nice people show up at your door and give you a check for $10,600. Crazy, right? Well, that is exactly what … more
Abigail Bissonnette, age 17, of Lake has been accepted and will attend Interlochen Arts Camp, the nation’s premier multidisciplinary summer arts program for aspiring artists in grades 3 through … more
HARRISON – At a special May 24 meeting, the Harrison Community Schools Board of Education found itself in the desirable yet difficult position of having to choose from among four highly … more
HARRISON – A large crowd gathered Monday, May 30 to mark Memorial Day at Veterans Freedom Park in Harrison, a town filled with fiercely patriotic citizens. The service began with the laying of … more
“Happy Mother’s Day!” It was Julia, sleepily walking out of the bedroom holding, Gumdrop, her pet miniature poodle. Snuggling up next to me on the couch, we shared a hug. There were … more
Enchanted Woods Designz & 20 Lakes Trading Post celebrated its ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, May 17. The business will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 10 a.m. to … more
HARRISON – The grand opening ceremony at Veterans Freedom Park was held May 25, 2016. Now, after six years of dedicated fundraising efforts, community cooperation, generosity and commitment … more
JACKSON, Mich., May 23, 2022 – Consumers Energy today announced plans for $100 million of investment in 2022 to reduce both the number and length of power outages. The energy provider will make … more
HARRISON – At the Clare County Board of Commissioners’ May 18 meeting, District 6 Commissioner Bronwyn Asplund chose to forgo her report on townships and instead made a special … more
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