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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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Cards keep collecting the victories

The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura run game kicked down the door of another conference foe’s defense with an overwhelming display of power run offense on Friday night. The Cardinals (4-0) defeated the Hampton-Dumont Bulldogs, 27-6. GHV stuck with what’s proving to be a winning formula in challenging the opposition to try and stop the predictable run, then playing…
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GHV X-C teams compete at Ballard

The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura boys cross country team earned runner-up honors at the Ballard meet on Monday, Sept. 14, while the girls team finished sixth. The boys were only three points away from the winner of the meet, Nodaway Valley, who finished with 71 points.  Eagle Grove was third with 87 points.  Eleven teams competed in the…
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Tough week on the court for GHV

The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura volleyball team had a tough week on the court.  The Cardinals dropped two games. Lake Mills 3, GHV 0 When the Lake Mills volleyball team comes to town, a tough night is guaranteed.  The number eight rated Bulldogs (16-0) did not disappoint, as they trounced GHV in all three matches by scores of…
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Slate is set for City Election

Flurry of filing at deadline creates races Two of three races for spots on the Clear Lake City Council will be contested in the November election. A flurry of filing before the Thursday, Sept. 17, deadline resulted with head-to-head battles for the First Ward, Third Ward and At-Large positions on the Council.  However, one candidate…
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Fiber optic project will speed up Internet for businesses

Most of Clear Lake’s businesses and industries will soon have access to high speed Gigabit Internet service because of an extensive fiber optic network project this fall. “This is the high speed Internet service that businesses across the nation are craving,” said CL Tel General Manager Tom Lovell.  “It provides the competitive edge that our…
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