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Camp moves into the future while honoring past 75 years

(Above) In its earliest years tents had a hospital cot, orange crate night stand, straw mattresses and grass floors.  Kerosene lamps provided night time path light. -Submitted photos by Marianne Gasaway “Changing, ever growing, yet somehow still the same.”   When Cindy Findley wrote those words to a song 35 years ago it was in honor…
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Crews dig in to Emerald Edge Subdivision

Work has shifted into high gear at the Emerald Edge subdivision under construction north of Highway 18 near 16th Street and continuing east.  Emerald Edge is expected to be complete with construction by late September.  -Reporter photo by Chris Barragy.
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City will explore needs for potential housing development

by Marianne Gasaway Calling housing Clear Lake’s “number one need in the community,” City Administrator Scott Flory presented the City Council with a professional engineering services agreement Monday night for development of sewer and water extension to serve a potential housing development on South 8th Street. In March, Clear Lakers Jon Snow and Andrew Nicholas…
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The Library checks in to Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame

Pictures taken at the Mason City Library had all original members (L-R) in the two chairs is Mark Goslin, Mike Watts, John Tyler on the floor, Jim Thornton in back left, John Lake on the floor in front of fireplace, Elwood Zipse in chair, Jim Linahon on far right chair with Jeff Dahlstrom in back…
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Callanan wins primary race for District 2 Supervisor

by Marianne Gasaway Incumbent Casey Callanan, of Clear Lake, was a convincing winner in the Cerro Gordo County District 2 Supervisor Republican primary race held Tuesday, June 7.  Callanan defeated fellow Clear Laker Kelly McLaughlin, 910 to 445. No Democrats filed for their primary election for the Second District seat that includes the communities  of…
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