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Clear Lake’s Barragy takes golf game to the next level

(Above) NIACC Women’s Golf Coach Chris Frenz gives Jordyn Barragy, from Clear Lake, some advice on the course. - photo courtesy of NIACC. by Marianne Gasaway Thank heavens the phone rang. Jordyn Barragy says she wasn’t ready to give up competitive sports when she graduated from Clear Lake High School last May.  As a high…
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City Councilman won’t seek re-election

Business takes Boehnke away from city service Clear Lake City Councilman Jim Boehnke gave notice at Monday night’s meeting that he will not be seeking re-election in the Third Ward this fall. Private business ventures have been taking Boehnke and his wife, Renee, out of state in recent months and are continuing to offer opportunity,…
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A whopper of a project

The construction season is underway in a very big way in Clear Lake! On Monday, May 6, a section of 4th Avenue South between South 12th Street and South 15th Street was closed to through traffic for work on a sanitary sewer and storm sewer trunk line improvement project.  The closure is expected to last…
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Advisory positions added to Sanitary District Board

The Clear Lake Sanitary District has announced the addition of three positions to act in an advisory capacity to the District’s Board of Trustees. Those serving will represent the City of Clear Lake, the City of Ventura and Cerro Gordo County and will be served by Mike Ritter, Clear Lake building official; Bill Bredlow, Ventura…
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Tech saavy feature available for garage sale weekend

It’s garage sale season! The Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter kicks off its 2019 citywide sales this weekend.  And to make the experience even easier for shoppers, the newspaper has added a virtual map feature to its 20-plus listings in this week’s edition. You can take your Mirror-Reporter with you while garage-sale-ing this weekend, or pull up…
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Mother Nature headlines Earth Day activities

Clear Lake Earth Day activities were all about Mother Nature this year.  Days of special programs and activities focusing on ways to preserve and enhance our world were punctuated by an early spring storm which forced the cancellation of Outdoor Fest Saturday for the first time in 22 years. Earth Days Chairperson Jan Lovell said…
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