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Lau earns conference recognition

Garner-Hayfield-Ventura junior Hannah Lau earned Honorable Mention recognition in the All-Conference roster for the TIC West Division. In league action, Lau was 11th in scoring with a 13.8 points per game average.  She was third overall in field goal percentage.  Lau was also a top rebounder, finishing third overall in the league with 138 rebounds. …
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Battle of the Badges aids Make-A-Wish

(Pictured Above) Clear Lake firefighters Davin McLeod and Erik Myers show off the hardware. (Right) Clear Lake policeman Zach Hall shows off his skating skills. -Photos by Chris Barragy The 6th Annual Battle of the Badges was held on Friday, Feb. 19, in Mason City.  The hockey match is played yearly for Make-A-Wish, with law enforcement vs.…
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Colon earns National Title; Grand View College claims championship

Clear Lake High School graduate Jacob Colon won an individual title and helped the Grand View College wrestling team to an  unprecedented fifth-straight team national title Saturday at the 2016 NAIA Wrestling National Championships  The 59th annual event took place at the Kansas Expocentre for the third-straight season. With the win, the Vikings are the…
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NIACC women heading to Nationals; Peterson earns individual honor

The NIACC women’s basketball team is heading back to the NJCAA National Tournament in Overland Park, Kan., following a 83-80 victory over DMACC Saturday night.  The win was the second Region XI title in the last three seasons for the Lady Trojans. Trudy Peterson, a former Clear Lake High School standout basketball player, is one…
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‘Not your kids’ coloring book’

Adult Coloring Club takes off at library Sandra Jackson chuckled as she put colored pencil to paper last week, “It’s definitely different than coloring with my grandchildren.” Jackson and a handful of others took a brief junket from their busy lives to try a new Adult Coloring Club at the Clear Lake Public Library, “Just…
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Business owners, public invited to open house to look at sidewalk options

(Above) City officials say sections of the brick paver sidewalks in downtown Clear Lake pose a safety hazard.-Reporter photo. Property owners and the public in general are invited to discuss proposed sidewalk improvements in the downtown at an open house meeting Thursday, March 31, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at City Hall. Several concepts are being developed…
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