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Police arrest RC man who allegedly pulled knife on doctor

By John Raffel Corespondent The Michigan State Police Post in Mount Pleasant dispatched troopers to a complaint of a disorderly male at Spectrum Heath Reed City Hospital earlier this week.…

McBain places $14 million bond on ballot

By John Raffel Correspondent The McBain Board of Education has voted to approve a bond proposal worth $14 million, which residents will be asked to vote on May 8. Superintendent…

Face in the Crowd: LeeAnne and Bob Williams

Face in the Crowd: LeeAnne and Bob Williams

By Aaron Michell Correspondent Bob Williams grew up south of Marion in Middle Branch township, fixing cars at his grandpa Gil’s salvage yard off the corner of M-66 and 14…

Twenty-six to compete for Rambler robotics

Twenty-six to compete for Rambler robotics

By John Raffel Correspondent It’s another year of robotics at McBain High School. Sandy Freeland, a McBain third grade teacher, is the co-lead mentor for Rambler Robotics. She is the…

Students raise $21,000 for AHA

Students raise $21,000 for AHA

McBain Elementary set a new school record for the annual Jump Rope for Heart. Nearly $21,000 was raised by these McBain Elementary students (Grades K and 5 pictured) for the…

Missaukee mulls millage for seniors

By John Raffel Correspondent Missaukee County administrator Precia Garland presented a proposed millage for senior services at the county’s finance committee meeting last week. It was noted currently the two…

Bozeman, Mcleod honored by Spectrum

Bozeman, Mcleod honored by Spectrum

A Reed City nurse and a Big Rapids rehabilitation specialist are the latest Spectrum Health employees honored with DAISY and BEE Awards. The awards, launched in 2016, recognize excellent performance…

Winterfest to raise funds for Fire Department

By Pat Maurer Correspondent For more “Winterfest” fun in Clare County, come to the 2018 Winterfest next Saturday, February 24 at Peterson Park on Crooked Lake Drive in Lake where…

Only 5 snow days so far

By John Raffel Correspondent Snow days hasn’t been a major issue for area school districts such as Marion so far this school year. But winter’s not quite over yet. Marion…

MHS celebrated Snowcoming

By John Raffel Correspondent Another winter Snowcoming has ended for students at Marion High School with plenty of unique memories to last for a lifetime. This year’s Snowcoming again had…

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