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Cardinals stay undefeated with huge win over Bulldogs

(Above) GHV’s Tucker Datema (63) forced a fumble in Friday night’s game against Hampton-Dumont.  Ready to pounce is Jack VanDusseldorp (36).  Jace Pringnitz (20) also had a hand in causing the fumble.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy In a tale of two halves, the Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Cardinals (5-0, 3-0) proved they were the tougher team, outlasting…
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CL X-C teams face tough competition at Humboldt

The Clear Lake boys and girls cross country teams ran hard against excellent competition Monday night, Sept. 19.   Coach Nick DiMarco noted that nearly all returning Lion runners improved their times compared to last year’s Humboldt race.    The Lions finished fifth among 20 teams in the boys race; they were seventh in the…
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Undefeated Wildcats sweep CL volleyball team

Humboldt kept its perfect record intact Thursday night, as the 21-0 Wildcats defeated the Clear Lake Lions 3-0.  The Wildcats sit atop the North Central Conference  standings with a 3-0 record.  The Lions are now 1-3. Clear Lake gave Humboldt, eighth ranked in Class 3A, a solid test.  The Wildcats captured the first game, 25-18,…
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Historical Society invites public to jump on Kopecky bandwagon

Saturday, Oct. 1, will be a day of wonderful activities in Clear Lake and one of those will be the dedication of two new waysides honoring long-time Clear Lake Community Schools instrumental music instructor and municipal band director John Kopecky. Many people have fond memories of relaxing in City Park or along the shores of…
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Newspaper shares proceeds with departments

Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter Owner/Publisher Mike Finnegan (right) recently presented Ventura Fire Chief John Quintus, Clear Lake Fire Chief Doug Meyers and Clear Lake & Ventura Police Chief Pete Roth with checks representing a share of proceeds from the Reporter’s “Honoring Heroes” special section created in conjunction with local 9/11 remembrance events. Thanks to those who…
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Only minor flooding in Clear Lake area

(Above) Fishing at the Ventura Grad required boots on Friday, as mid-week rains pushed the lake level to over 13 inches above the weir.  Officials at the Water Treatment Plant say the level rose to 13.20 inches above the weir on Sunday.  By Tuesday, Sept. 27, it had fallen to 10.80 inches above.-Reporter photos by…
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