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Random Rocks of Kindness

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Wednesday, 16 May 2012 11:27

by Michelle Watson
    Amy Palmer has found a unique way to incorporate a hobby with spreading some cheer and fun.  Palmer is using her talent of mosaicing to create “Random Rocks of Kindess.”
    “I’ve become addicted to Pinterest (an online idea board).  I combined a few different ideas I found there,” said Palmer. 

   

School Board approves hires

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Wednesday, 16 May 2012 11:25

Improvements at Lions Field, Stillman Auditorium discussed

    The Clear Lake School Board approved the hiring of four full-time employees Monday night.
    Bart Smith, who has served the district as a para educator has been named as a full-time physical education instructor at the high school.  Smith also moved up from assistant coach to head girls basketball coach at CLHS for the 2011-12 season.  Joining Smith as a new staff member at the high school will be Lori Riley, named as a full-time high school guidance counselor.  Current guidance counselor Cathy Spotts asked and was granted part-time status.

   

City announces plans to spray for mosquitoes through fall

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Wednesday, 16 May 2012 11:24

    The City of Clear Lake will begin spraying for mosquitoes, as determined to be necessary by the City, and will continue throughout the summer and fall as long as justified by mosquito population counts.

   

The last class

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Wednesday, 09 May 2012 11:54

Sunday will be bittersweet in Ventura

by Marianne Morf
    Commencement is, by definition, a time of change. “The beginning; start,” states Webster’s. 
    It’s also an ending. 
    Sunday, Ventura High School will award diplomas to its final graduating class.
    “It’s bittersweet.  We love Ventura, but we’re happy to graduate,” says Kaitlyn Chizek, president of

   

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