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Fern Zinser celebrates 100 years

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:13

 

Family and friends gathering around Fern Zinser talked about their hopes of joining her in a very elite club-- those celebrating 100 years of life.  

“Let me know when you make it!” joked Fern, who turned 100 on Jan. 20.  

The Oakwood Care Center resident has certainly filled her years with adventures, hard work, travel and

   

Report: Ice may have downed helicopter

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:12

 

A preliminary report released by the National Transportation Safety Board about the Mercy Air Med helicopter crash near Ventura indicates icing may have caused the aircraft to go down, killing three staff members on board.

The report released Wednesday, Feb. 16, does not point to a cause of the crash, but details the information that investigators will be using to determine what caused the helicopter to go down in a farm field about a mile north of Ventura shortly before 9 p.m. Jan. 2.   

   

Sorensen takes oath of office as new City Attorney

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Wednesday, 23 January 2013 12:09

 

John Sorensen was sworn in as the new City Attorney for the City of Clear Lake Monday night.  Sorensen replaces Charles Biebesheimer, who has represented the city since 2004.

Sorensen’s selection followed a request for proposals sent to Clear Lake and Mason City law firms and interviews of interested parties.  The Sorensen Law Office and Stillman Law Firm, where Biebesheimer practices law, were the only applicants for the position.

   

Upmeyer: Let’s show Washington what happens when we focus on common goals

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:34

 

Iowa House Majority Leader Linda Upmeyer (R-Clear Lake) delivered opening remarks to the Iowa House of Representatives Monday, kicking off the legislative session. 

“It is my hope that the 85th General Assembly of Iowa may serve as an example of the best in public service. Iowans can be proud that we do not have the same problems that plague Washington,” said Upmeyer.  “In fact, we have the opportunity to show 

   

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