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Newcomer tosses hat into City election



Wednesday, 10 August 2011 11:30

Jim Boehnke announces candidacy for Ward 3


    Jim Boehnke, 1510 N. 23rd St., has announced his candidacy for the City Council from Ward 3. 
    “I am running, because I believe that I can make a difference for Ward 3 and for the city I love,” stated Boehnke in a news release.  “As a life-long resident of Clear Lake, I know this is a community rooted in the traditions of strong family, personal responsibility, and hard work.  I want to help maintain these traditions and create new


Future of Ventura Schools to be discussed



Wednesday, 10 August 2011 11:28

The future of the Ventura School District will be discussed at a special community meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 15, in the high school gymnasium.
    “The Ventura Board of Education and administration would like to discuss future options for the Ventura School District,” stated School Board President Larry Costello.
     Issues and options the board plans to discuss with the community will range from increased sharing of activities, best use of the district’s two school buildings,


Council representatives make election decisions



Wednesday, 03 August 2011 12:44

Cooney, Furleigh will step down from service


    A pair of Clear Lake City Councilmen have announced they will not seek re-election this fall.
    First Ward Council representative Shane Cooney and Third Ward Councilman Ben Furleigh plan to give up their seats.
    “I have enjoyed serving the City of Clear Lake and am proud of the many improvements that have been accomplished over the last six years.  I hope my perspective has played a positive role in shaping the direction of our community and welcome the ideas and insight a new candidate would bring to the First Ward,” said Cooney.
    Furleigh has served four terms on the City Council.


Ventura Board addresses changes



Wednesday, 03 August 2011 12:12

The Ventura School Board voted Monday to expand Rob Cassidy’s duties as principal from grades 5-12 to K-12.  Cassidy will receive no extra compensation for the work.
    “We are only two weeks away from the start of school, so it would be difficult to do our due diligence in finding a part-time principal,” Superintendent Tyler Williams told the board.  “In talking with Rob, I feel confident he can handle the job.”


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