Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:38
The lake level rose significantly with last week’s rains.
City Council gets first look at plan to remodel City Hall
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:35
The Clear Lake City Council got its first look at a City Hall renovation which will bring the Parks and Recreation Department to City Hall and more than double the size of the police Department.
Architect Randy Cram, of Bergland + Cram in Mason City, shared a layout which his office developed, along with Police Chief Greg Peterson over the past year. The plan increases not only the energy
Water tower site ideas welcomed at upcoming planning workshops
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:34
The Main Street water tower is down, but now what?
On July 2 and 3, the City of Clear Lake and RDG Design will launch an on-site strategic planning process designed to gain input and opinions from the community’s residents and visitors. The goal is to better understand priorities and concepts regarding future streetscape improvements to North Lakeview Drive
Three teens set out on a quest to make a difference-- one mile at a time
Wednesday, 19 June 2013 12:33
Like every good idea, it started with a goal: let’s have a life changing adventure the summer between our junior and senior years. That’s how Running from Malaria began back in November 2012. Since then Waverly-Shell Rock honor students Brad Wylam, Scott Van Daalen and Ethan Wise have been contacting churches, newspapers and radio stations to make their dream become a reality-- three teenagers-- 350 miles-- 21 days.
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