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50 Years Ago May 1965

Fifteen new teachers will begin classes in Clear Lake’s school system for the 1965-66 term.  New teachers include John Angle, Leila Douglas, Larry Andreessen, Arlene Fritz, Daniel Moeller, Marilyn Stoa, Vicki Rakow, Pete Timmer, John Gilpin, Carol Magilton, Penelope Loman, and Helen Shudlik. The new First Congregational Church building will be dedicated this Sunday. Mrs.…
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25 Years Ago May 1990

After trying for seven days, workers finally were able to lift a pump and motor which had fallen from the city’s No. 1 well on May 18.  The unit is now in Ames being examined to determine if it sustained any damage in the falling some 250-feet. Advance tickets are now available for the Clear…
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Another Clear Lake State Champion

Snelling claims title for Clear Lake; GHV’s Frayne places 13th Clear Lake’s Emily Snelling claimed the individual Class 3A championship at the Iowa Girls State Golf Meet held Monday and Tuesday, June 1-2, in Marshalltown. Snelling, an outstanding sophomore who was second last year, was considered one of the favorites to win, but she had…
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GHV girls bow out of Regional play

It was a disappointing loss for the Garner-Hayfield/Ventura girls soccer team as they lost in the first round of Class 1A Regional play to Humboldt on Tuesday, June 2.  The Cardinals had beaten the Wildcats two times earlier in the season. “It is hard to beat a team three times in a season.  Sooner or…
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Top ranked Lions roar through competition

The top ranked Clear Lake baseball team (2A) notched five wins last week over schools ranging in size from Class 1A to 4A.  Coach Seth Thompson said he suspects his team could lose their week one number one ranking, due to a pair of losses, but count on the Lions to keep challenging for the…
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Clear Lake softball team struggling for a win

The Clear Lake softball team suffered four losses in four days last week, dropping their record to 0-7. Iowa Falls-Alden 9, CL 1 The Lions pounded out 14 hits, but a strong start by the Iowa Falls-Alden Cadets was too much to overcome.  They were defeated, 9-1. All nine of the Cadets’ runs crossed home…
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