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Powered Parachute collides with Nature
Monday morning is the powered parachute which remained lodged in trees along the north side of the 8000 block of East Townline Lake Road after its Sunday evening collision with nature. Fortunately, the pilot suffered no serious injuries, but the aircraft remained lodged in the poplar branches throughout the day and evening Monday, and as the Cleaver headed into press time Tuesday, the craft had come down, leaving the parachute gently billowing in the rain.
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Board Gets Peek at Harrison Highlights Reel
The Clare County Board of Commissioners heard an Economic Development presentation by Lori Phelps, Clare County Community Services Director. Phelps described to the Board the many projects which have been undertaken and completed in Harrison and those which are still underway:
Our Friend George
With the passing this week of our friend George Dunham, Harrison has suffered a great loss. George was an involved member of the Harrison Area Genealogical Society, the Clare County Historical Society, the American Legion Honor Guard and the Twenty Lakes Antique Engine and Tractor Association.
LOST IN HISTORY -Clare County
This picture of Spikehorn, the moniker of John Meyers, has him with his large gun, perhaps a ‘blunderbuss’, a short-barreled large-bored gun with a flared muzzle, used at short range. Spikehorn called the blunderbuss “Old Sally”