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Lions go down to the wire in exciting win over GHV

(Above) Clear Lake’s Max Deike recovered a fumble to end a scoring threat by GHV at the end of the first half.  Also pictured for Clear Lake is Nathan Lollar (74), and Austin Larson (68).  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy by Marianne Gasaway Clear Lake’s Hunter Nielsen successfully booted his fourth PAT late in the…
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Top five finishes for Clear Lake boys and girls cross country teams

(Above) Jaden Wright finished in 16th place for the Lions.  -Photo by Austin Shaw, Mid-America Publising by Michelle Watson Despite the hot and muggy weather conditions on Tuesday, Sept. 10, the Clear Lake cross country team faired well at the Belmond Cross Country Meet.  Both the boys and girls teams finished in the top five.…
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Clear Lake volleyball comes up short in tough week

(Above) Clear Lake’s Delaney Eden gets a solid hit against a Charles City blocker in Thursday night’s triangular.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy Coach Richie Ellis says it felt like deja vu all over again last week.  The Lions (4-6) traveled to Webster City Thursday, then hosted a triangular with Mason City and Charles City…
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It’s Homecoming Week!

(Above) Candidates for Clear Lake High School’s Homecoming Queen and King are: (front L-R) Sky Toyne, Bella Parker, Julia Merfeld, Olivia Larson and Sara Faber, (back L-R) Ryan Thomas, Jackson Loge, Jaylen DeVries, Nick Danielson and Jack Barragy. by Michelle Watson Can’t you hear those Lions roar?  It’s that time of year again, the time…
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9/11 service commemorates and inspires

(Above) Historian Bennett Smith challenged those attending the Sept. 11 service at the Clear Lake Fire Station to remain vigilant to the threats that exist in the world.-Reporter photo by Marianne Gasaway. by Marianne Gasaway Virtue.  Valor.  Vigilance. Speaker Bennett Smith, a historian and Clear Lake City Council representative, called upon all those attending a…
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Snyder Construction awarded beach project contract

by Marianne Gasaway Dean Snyder Construction, of Clear Lake, has been awarded the contract for the first phase of the City Beach Enhancement Project. The City Council approved the company’s bid of $220,000, plus $130 per cubic yard of contaminated soil removed during the project at its Monday night Council meeting.  Snyder’s bid was the…
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