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Local officials help to send meth dealer to prison for 30 years

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Wednesday, 11 July 2012 10:39

 A California man who conspired to distribute methamphetamine in Iowa was sentenced Friday to 30 years in federal prison.
    Shawn Jones, 42, from San Diego, Calif., received the prison term after a Jan. 19, 2012, jury verdict finding him guilty of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine.  Jones was previously convicted of conspiracy to distribute marijuana in the United States District Court Southern District of California in 2006.

   

Celebration off to a sizzling start

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Thursday, 05 July 2012 12:03

    Thrill rides.  Corn dogs.  The merry-go-round.  Funnel cakes.  Bingo.  Tests of skill and strength.
    There’s something for everyone at Clear Lake’s huge Fourth of July celebration this week.
    Evans United Shows opened its annual carnival Friday night and will run for seven days.  Owner Tom Evans said coming to Clear Lake is always a highlight for the group, as they enjoy seeing friends and appreciate the special touches the Clear

   

Distinguished CLHS alumni announced

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Thursday, 05 July 2012 12:02

    Six Clear Lake High School alums will be honored as the “2012 Class of Distinguished Alumni” at the 2nd Annual All Class Reunion in September.
    The Clear Lake Community School Foundation, CLHS Alumni Association and Historical Society has chosen these CLHS graduates to be honored:

   

Retirement presents growth opportunities for retired teacher

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Thursday, 05 July 2012 11:33

Donna Dull will preside as parade Grand Marshal

    After more than four decades of helping youngsters get their education off to a good start, Donna Dull now finds enjoyment lending her talents to a number of civic groups.  Her volunteering spirit and generosity to a number of local causes is being honored this year; she will serve as Grand Marshal of Clear Lake’s renown July 4th parade.
    “The parade theme is ‘America the Beautiful,’ so  we thought a beloved teacher, Central Gardens supporter, and  Clear

   

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