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City Council approves radio upgrade for police; new vehicle for K-9 officer

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:18

 

The Clear Lake City Council has given its approval to proceeding with plans for an upgrade of the police department’s radio system, as well as a new emergency back-up generator for City Hall.

City Administrator Scott Flory reviewed the proposed Public Safety Radio Communications System Upgrade and stated that several years ago, the FCC ordered all public safety agencies to upgrade their radio systems to 12.5 kHz technology and that public agencies were to convert to a narrower band by Jan. 1, 2013.  Chief Peterson 

   

Winds whip up a mess

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:17

 

Fifty to 70 mile per hour winds tore through North Central Iowa and South Central Minnesota overnight Wednesday, causing several power lines and trees to be downed, as well as boats to be tossed and docks damaged on Clear Lake. This photo was 

   

Give her a cheer!

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:15

 

At age 99, this CLHS cheerleader has still got pep

by Marianne Morf

 

At age 99, Jean Knutson has still got plenty of pep.  And if she could, she says she’d love to be back running down the hallway at Clear Lake High School this week.

“We would run down the hallway to the auditorium, telling everyone to get up and cheer!  We’d ask, ‘are we going to beat the visitors tonight?  Of course, we are!  We’re Clear Lake, the best by far!’”

   

Homecoming activities planned this week at CLHS

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Wednesday, 12 September 2012 11:11

Clear Lake High School students will celebrate Homecoming with a variety of dress up days this week.  

   

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