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Theiss named Clear Lake’s July 4 parade Grand Marshal

The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July Committee has announced that David Theiss has been selected as its Fourth of July Parade Grand Marshal. Theiss, who has been a Clear Lake businessman for 45 years and lent his support and talents to schools, veterans programs, the Chamber and economic development efforts, said…
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This old House takes visitors back in time.

(Above) Carolyn and Saleem AbuJoborah stand outside The White House on the Hill, located at 1100 S. Shore Dr.  The older home was purchased by the couple to be used as a rental property for summer guests.  -Reporter photo by Michelle Watson     Tourists visiting Clear Lake now have an opportunity to experience what…
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City receives development offers for S. 15th Street property

The Clear Lake City Council conducted a public hearing Monday night involving anticipated future development for city-owned property on South 15th Street. In May, city leaders enthusiastically approved of the idea to accept proposals for the sale and redevelopment of a city-owned property at 100 S. 15th St.  The property includes three 50-foot lots and…
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Damage estimated to top $200,000 at Monday barn fire

The Clear Lake Fire Department was dispatched to 19738 Heather Ave. for a reported structure fire, on Monday, May 28, at approximately 10:29 p.m. The building was owned by Richard and Cherie Oehlert. The Clear Lake Fire Department responded with three engine companies and 16 Firefighters. Ventura Fire Department and Hanlontown Fire Department were dispatched…
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Storm rocks Clear Lake

(Above) High winds caused plenty of damage around the Sea Wall area, including a large tree going down and damage to a dock.  An empty boat did not ride the storm out well, as it was thrown into the sea wall countless times during the storm.  -Reporter photos by Chris Barragy There are not many…
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City-owned property development moves forward

The anticipated future development of city-owned property on South 15th Street continues to move ahead, as the City Council has approved resolution of necessity for the project and set a public hearing for June 4. Earlier this month city leaders enthusiastically approved of the idea to accept proposals for the sale and redevelopment of a…
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