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Rain, rain go away

If Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes, Iowa is certainly the land of 10,000 ponds.  Rain and more rain have been dousing parts of the state since Memorial Day weekend.    Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds issued a disaster proclamation Monday for seven counties, including Cerro Gordo, in response to flooding and severe weather that…
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EAA chapter teams with school to build an aircraft

(Above) Student Tyler Barker and EAA memebr John Baker at work on the fuselage of the ultra light under construction at Clear Lake High School. -Submitted photo. by Marianne Gasaway Ken Asbe, a retired Clear Lake police officer who has loved airplanes since he was a young boy, is sharing his passion for flying with…
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Lake Time Brewery honored for success, expansion

A local business man is being honored for his  contributions to Clear Lake’s entrepreneurial ecosytem and recent expansion. The NIACC John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center and North Iowa Area SBDC recently presented Bob Rolling, of Lake Time Brewery, with its Entrepreneur of the Month honor.  Rolling and his wife, Suzy, founded the brewery in 2012. Bob’s…
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Heinemann and Frayne claim Class 1A State Co-ed Golf title

(Above) GHV’s Matthew Heinemann and Bailee Frayne won the Class 1A State Co-ed Golf Tournament.  -Photo courtesy of Cheila Frayne It was a quite the day for Garner-Hayfield-Ventura seniors Bailee Frayne and Matthew Heinemann, as they wrapped up their high school careers by claiming the Class 1A State Co-ed Golf Tournament title on Tuesday, June…
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Lions finding ways to win

(Above) Clear Lake’s Chase Stuver keeps his eye on the ball as he leads off during the Central Springs game.  The Lions defeated the Panthers, 10-4.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy Coach Seth Thompson is still waiting for his team to put it all together, but so far the journey has been entertaining. “We are…
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