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Local News

School Board approves sharing agreements



Wednesday, 29 June 2011 10:39

The Clear Lake School Board gave its approval Monday to a 28-E agreement with the Mason City Community School District to continue a sharing agreement for the services of Superintendent of Schools Anita Micich.  This will be the second year of the agreement.
    The one year agreement stipulates a 60/40 split between the Mason City and Clear Lake districts for salary and benefits.  It keeps Micich’s salary at $177,500.  Clear Lake’s portion of that is $71,000; Mason City’s portion of the salary is $106,500.


All Vet’s center is newest ornament



Wednesday, 29 June 2011 10:19

    The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has announced the next ornament in its collectible ornament series will feature the All-Vets Social Center.  The ornament, which will sell for $19, is expected to be available for purchase in late July from the Chamber, 205 Main Ave.
    The ornament is the 13th in the series of collectible historical ornaments which are limited to the year of production.


Mirror-Reporter unveils e-Edition, new website



Wednesday, 22 June 2011 16:11

 We think it’s worth the wait.  And we hope you’ll agree.
    The Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter is pleased to unveil a new and improved website and a brand new e-edition which will make local news, sports, special features, a calendar of events and advertising more easily accessible to our readers. 
    The Home Buyers Guide, published the last Wednesday of each month for the Clear Lake Multiple Listing Group, is also now available for viewing on-line through the website and can be updated at any time by MLS members to reflect their newest listings and price changes.


Group buys beach cleaner for Clear Lake



Wednesday, 22 June 2011 16:09

Clear Lake’s beaches will be even more welcoming this summer.
    The Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake has announced the purchase of a beach cleaning machine which will remove animal waste, plant debris and other litter from Clear Lake beaches in an effort to reduce bacteria and pollutant loading into the lake.


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