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Clear Lake teen invited to share 4-H insights in the Oval Office

Spencer Orr credits his involvement with 4-H as an opportunity to gain leadership, citizenship, and communication skills.  All of those skills were taken to a new level this month when the Clear Lake teen was invited to the White House Oval Office to meet President Barack Obama.

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  • North Shore Drive paving begins

    Residents along North Shore Drive, from Buddy Holly Place to 1st Avenue North, along with all those who enjoy a drive around the lake, were pleased to see that paving began on the street reconstruction project area Tuesday morning, April 28.  The underground storm sewer, water main, and sanitary sewer improvements were constructed during the 2014 

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  • School Board continues personnel discussion

    The Clear Lake School Board continued to make tough personnel decisions at its regular Monday night meeting.  The Board approved hiring one additional teacher for the next school year, but passed on several other hiring recommendations by staff.  

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  • NTSB turns down plane crash review

    The “Day the Music Died” will not be further investigated.

    The National Transportation Safety Board has declined a request to reopen the investigation of the plane crash that killed musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson north of Clear Lake in February 1959.  At that time, the Civil Aeronautics Board ruled that the most likely cause of the crash was pilot error.  Snow was listed as a secondary cause.

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  • Clear Lake teen invited to share 4-H insights in the Oval Office

    Spencer Orr credits his involvement with 4-H as an opportunity to gain leadership, citizenship, and communication skills.  All of those skills were taken to a new level this month when the Clear Lake teen was invited to the White House Oval Office to meet President Barack Obama.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 215
  • North Shore Drive paving begins

    Residents along North Shore Drive, from Buddy Holly Place to 1st Avenue North, along with all those who enjoy a drive around the lake, were pleased to see that paving began on the street reconstruction project area Tuesday morning, April 28.  The underground storm sewer, water main, and sanitary sewer improvements were constructed during the 2014 

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 526
  • School Board continues personnel discussion

    The Clear Lake School Board continued to make tough personnel decisions at its regular Monday night meeting.  The Board approved hiring one additional teacher for the next school year, but passed on several other hiring recommendations by staff.  

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 223
  • NTSB turns down plane crash review

    The “Day the Music Died” will not be further investigated.

    The National Transportation Safety Board has declined a request to reopen the investigation of the plane crash that killed musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson north of Clear Lake in February 1959.  At that time, the Civil Aeronautics Board ruled that the most likely cause of the crash was pilot error.  Snow was listed as a secondary cause.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 188
  • Clear Lake teen invited to share 4-H insights in the Oval Office

    Spencer Orr credits his involvement with 4-H as an opportunity to gain leadership, citizenship, and communication skills.  All of those skills were taken to a new level this month when the Clear Lake teen was invited to the White House Oval Office to meet President Barack Obama.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 215
  • North Shore Drive paving begins

    Residents along North Shore Drive, from Buddy Holly Place to 1st Avenue North, along with all those who enjoy a drive around the lake, were pleased to see that paving began on the street reconstruction project area Tuesday morning, April 28.  The underground storm sewer, water main, and sanitary sewer improvements were constructed during the 2014 

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 526
  • School Board continues personnel discussion

    The Clear Lake School Board continued to make tough personnel decisions at its regular Monday night meeting.  The Board approved hiring one additional teacher for the next school year, but passed on several other hiring recommendations by staff.  

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 223
  • NTSB turns down plane crash review

    The “Day the Music Died” will not be further investigated.

    The National Transportation Safety Board has declined a request to reopen the investigation of the plane crash that killed musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson north of Clear Lake in February 1959.  At that time, the Civil Aeronautics Board ruled that the most likely cause of the crash was pilot error.  Snow was listed as a secondary cause.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 188
  • Clear Lake teen invited to share 4-H insights in the Oval Office

    Spencer Orr credits his involvement with 4-H as an opportunity to gain leadership, citizenship, and communication skills.  All of those skills were taken to a new level this month when the Clear Lake teen was invited to the White House Oval Office to meet President Barack Obama.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 215