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Cardinals go 1-2 in busy week

The Garner-Hayfield/Ventura baseball team hit some snags last week.  The Cardinals went 1-2 on the week, moving their record to 5-10 overall. Algona 6, GHV 1 The Cardinals traveled to Algona on Tuesday, June 16, to take on the Bulldogs.  GHV had a hard time finding their groove on the mound, and fell, 6-1. Algona…
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Fire Boat ‘Bud’: New firefighting tool added to Clear Lake arsenal

[caption id="attachment_11141" align="alignleft" width="270"] Helen Meyers is comforted by her daughter, Diane Holt, after she christened Clear Lake’s new fire boat, dedicated to former assistant fire chief Frankie “Bud” Meyers.-Reporter photo by Chris Barragy.[/caption] Hundreds cheered Thursday, as the new Clear Lake Fire Department fire boat was christened and launched on the lake. Mark and…
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Check out the new Mirror-Reporter website

The Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter website has a new look and new features. Mirror-Reporter staff worked closely with Adam Frederick and his team at WebWise Websites Inc., Mason City, to develop a free website which will be easier for visitors to navigate and access news, classified advertising, weather, sports reports, obituaries, photos, a live lake view…
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GREEN & GROWING

Central Gardens celebrates 10 years “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow,” Audrey Hepburn once said. Those that envisioned Central Gardens of North Iowa were not only believers.  They were do-ers.  The group will celebrate 10 years since the opening of North Iowa’s largest public garden on Sunday with a garden party and…
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Police chief finalists named

Offer may be made by June 30 Three finalists have been identified in the search for a new Clear Lake police chief. Paul Ver Meer, chief of the Creston, Iowa Police Department; Jeff Hanson, chief of the Spirit Lake Police Department; and Captain Pete Roth, employed by the University of Iowa Department of Public Safety.…
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Putting in the diving board

Employees of Touristville Boat Co. were shown moving the diving board into place at City Beach in 1965.  Lifeguards went on full-time duty in mid-June to supervise swimmers and to supervise the divers that use the board.
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