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Councilmen finish service

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Wednesday, 21 December 2011 12:28

    First Ward Council representative Shane Cooney and Third Ward Councilman Ben Furleigh completed service as Clear Lake City Council representatives Monday night, Dec. 18.  Clear Lake Mayor Nelson Crabb led a tribute to the men near the conclusion of the meeting.  The moment was a bit surreal, Crabb admitted.  Both Cooney and

   

Texas Governor Rick Perry campaigns in Clear Lake

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Wednesday, 21 December 2011 12:24

    Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry revved up his campaign with a stop in Clear Lake Saturday. 
    Perry proudly accepted the “Freedom & Liberty” coffee blend created by Cabin Coffee owners Brad and Angie Barber at their Clear Lake shop.  The coffee is named after Perry’s Ostrich boots, hand-made after 9/11.  Perry tells the story that he was having the boots made in the summer of 2001 and the craftsman

   

Lake school district and teachers begin contract talks

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Wednesday, 21 December 2011 12:18

Seven opt for early retirement

 

    The Clear Lake School Board and district educators exchanged contract proposals Monday.  The Board is offering no increase in teacher salaries for the 2012-2013 school year, while the Clear Lake Education Association is seeking a 5.5 percent raise in the generator salary base.

   

Google unveils program for veterans here

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Wednesday, 21 December 2011 11:44

“From our veteran community to yours.”

 

    Google unveiled a Christmas gift, of sorts, to Clear Lake area veterans on Monday.  Google officials were at the Clear Lake V.F.W. Post to unveil a new, free “Google for Veterans and Families” program which puts a number of tools at veterans’ fingertips, helping them to do everything from connect with other vets, to finding a job, to sharing their own military stories.

   

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