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Ups and downs for the GHV girls golf team

It was a busy week for the Garner-Hayfield-Ventura girls golf team, as they competed in three meets. On Monday, April 18, the team was at North Iowa, where they struggled to record some decent scores. “This was our worst performance as a team in quite a while.  The weather was not a factor and the…
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Cardinal boys move golf record to 9-5

(Above) GHV’s Matthew Heinemann shot a 43 at the Belmond Meet held Friday, April 22.  -Photo courtesy of Cheila Frayne The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura boys placed second in two meets last week, moving their record to 9-5. On Monday, April 18, the team competed at the Gruis Golf Course.  The Cardinals placed second with 182-points, behind Algona…
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Joseph Ryan, Jr.

Joseph B. Ryan, Jr., 84, died peacefully April 14, 2016, from Parkinson related causes, surrounded by family at his home in West Des Moines, Iowa. A memorial service was held on Wednesday, April 20, at the St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, Des Moines, immediately followed by a celebration of life reception at Edgewater, West Des Moines.…
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Pork processor pledges buffer zone around CL

Local city officials remain quiet on Prestage plan Officials from the City of Clear Lake remain mum on a proposal by Prestage Foods to build a $240 million pork processing plant in Mason City, however the company announced last week it has agreed to a two and one-half mile buffer zone around the cities of Mason…
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Berding uses experience with Parkinson’s to raise awareness

(Above) Although her father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease 10 years ago, Geri Berding said she never considered the tremors she began experiencing a few years ago could be the same disease.  She hopes to raise awareness about Parkinson’s with an event this Saturday in downtown Clear Lake.-Reporter photo. by Marianne Morf “I have Parkinson’s…
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NI leaders travel to Capitol

(Right) Community and business leaders from Clear Lake and Mason City met with Senator Chuck Grassley during a trip to Washington, D.C. Tuesday, April 19.  The groups met with Grassley to discuss issues such as education and workforce development and community welfare.  The lobbying trip has become an annual event for area leaders.-Submitted photo.
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