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CLHS golfers to aid American Cancer Society

Four members of the Clear Lake High School boys golf team are putting their talents to use to benefit the American Cancer Society. The public is invited to stop at Veteran’s Memorial Golf Club Friday, June 5, to support and cheer on  Tyler Eaton, Jack Barragy, Eric Ritter and Andrew Crane as they hit the…
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Local baseball and softball teams will take the field June 15

(Above) Tim Raber works on preparing the baseball field for the upcoming season.  The baseball and softball seasons will begin on June 15 under guidelines of the Department of Education and the Department of Public Health.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy Clear Lake Youth Athletic League will also begin June 15 will be a big…
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Umpires give outlook for what’s in store on the diamonds

by Kristi Nixon, Mid-America Publishing Since the okay has been given to return to Iowa high school summer sports, baseball and softball, what will it look for the officials who call the games? Some area umpires weighed in on just that. Umpires, including former Hampton-Dumont athletic director Nate Boock (currently AD at Ballard) and Mason…
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Remember When 6-3-2020

[caption id="attachment_55009" align="alignleft" width="199"] Twist and shout in 1995 There was a whole lotta shaken’ and swinging’ going on in 1995 when the Surf Ballroom held a grand opening following a major renovation. Family night was enjoyed by all ages in a variety of ways. Here, Brad Price is flipped by his friends (clockwise from…
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Health emergency continues; more businesses open with restrictions

(Above)  Children were thrilled to be back in City Park Monday, June 1, enjoying new playground equipment. - Reporter photo by Chris Barragy. by Travis Fischer More businesses were opened and regulations lifted last week as Governor Kim Reynolds extended the Public Health Emergency Declaration concerning the COVID-19 outbreak into June. As of June 1,…
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Financial rating helps $18M school bond sale

by Marianne Gasaway An excellent Standard and Poors (S&P) rating and favorable bond climate helped the Clear Lake School District receive an extremely good bid on its sale of $18 million in general obligation bonds.  The bond issuance was approved by voters in March to support a variety of school building projects, as well as…
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