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50 Years Ago September 1965

Tom Jolas, a Mason City attorney, who played a key role in the drive to route Interstate 35 through this area said the big road will be the “greatest thing Clear Lake will see in 50 years.”  Jolas gave his speech to the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce at their annual banquet. Six candidates will…
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75 Years Ago September 1940

When the new teachers come to town, extend the glad hand of fellowship to them and make them feel at home.  Help them in any way and in turn they will be better able to help your children. Miss Emma Hager, of Sioux City, will be the new school nurse.  This is the first time…
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100 Years Ago September 1915

On Monday evening during the discharge of fireworks on the lake front, one of the bombs discharged sending sparks flying over the houses near the camp grounds and one of the sparks lighted on the roof of the H.P. Stevens home and set the roof on fire. The City Council met in regular session.  Protests…
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Clear Lake cross country teams clean up at home meet

[caption id="attachment_12914" align="alignleft" width="270"] GHV’s Ray Cataldo, Derek Brown and Reece Smith were the top finishers for the Cardinals. Smith won the boys race, while Brown was third and Cataldo was fourth.[/caption] GHV’s Reece Smith captures first place; CL’s Faught takes second Clear Lake hosted its annual cross country meet on Thursday, Sept. 17, at…
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CL girls fall at Crestwood

The Clear Lake volleyball team was on the road for a non-conference match last week, then competed in the Forest City Tournament Saturday.  In both outings the young Lions were competitive. On Thursday, Sept. 17, the team battled Crestwood.  Games scores were close, but the home team swept the match 3-0. Crestwood was the eventual…
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Lions roll over ELC, 35-7

[caption id="attachment_12906" align="alignleft" width="270"] JAROD ANDERSON[/caption] Friday night the Clear Lake Lions rambled 207-yards and rolled over Estherville-Lincoln Central (1-3), 35-7.  The win improved the Lions to 2-2 overall; they are off to a 2-0 start in Class 2A District 2 play. The Lions had a scoreless first quarter on the road, but broke loose…
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