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Woman pleads guilty to stealing from North Iowa chiropractor

MASON CITY, Iowa – A guilty plea is entered over embezzlement from a North Iowa chiropractor. Sydney Lynn Keith, 26 of Mason City, has pleaded guilty to second-degree theft. She was accused of stealing more than $10,000 from a chiropractic clinic where Keith was employed between April 2019 and October 2020.
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Mason City man pleads guilty to two meth arrests

MASON CITY, Iowa – Two drug crimes in less than seven days produce a guilty plea. Edward Lloyd Sharp II, 44 of Mason City, has pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine and failure to use a drug tax stamp. On July 13, Sharp...
MASON CITY, IA
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Clear Lake Mirror Reporter

Anxiety surrounds school start as free meal program for students is discontinued

Back-to-school anticipation anxiety is real. And it’s not limited to students. According to Julie Udelhofen, food service director for Clear Lake Schools, there is concern among all food service directors that families will be able or willing to pay for school meals. “While the federal government funded a program...
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Bids anxiously awaited for inclusive playground

(Above) Sketch of one splash pad proposed for the Everybody Plays Playground, South 15th St. and 2nd Avenue South, Clear Lake. Prepared by Bergland + Cram. Plans for an “everybody plays” playground have exceeded expectations, according to Clear Lake City Council members. Kristy Sagadalan King, of Bergland +...
CLEAR LAKE, IA
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Woman to stand trial for semi collision in Floyd County

CHARLES CITY, Iowa – A trial is set over a collision with a semi that seriously injured two people. Carey Lynn Agnitsch, 46 of Nashua, has pleaded not guilty to serious injury by vehicle. Investigators say Agnitsch was doing her job as a rural postal carrier on July 26,...
FLOYD COUNTY, IA
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Clear Lake Mirror Reporter

City leaders choose members for county-wide development plan

Three Clear Lake representatives have been chosen as members of a county-wide Comprehensive Plan Update Project committee. City Councils in Clear Lake and Mason City, along with the Board of Supervisors, each appointed three persons to help develop a joint comprehensive plan which will be administered by the North Iowa Corridor Economic Development Corporation.
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Ribbon cutting planned for Mason City Building CommUNITY mural

(ABC 6 News) - A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned in Mason City to celebrate the Building CommUNITY mural that was completed last month. The ceremony is scheduled for August 11 at 3:45pm at the Community Health Center, 404 N Federal Avenue. Building CommUNITY is an initiative of the Mason City...
MASON CITY, IA
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Man arrested after robbery at Mason City store

MASON CITY, Minn. (KTTC) – Mason City Police Department (MCPD) responded to a robbery at a store in Mason City Sunday. According to MCPD, it received a report of a robbery from an employee at the ‘Yes Way’ store located at 1303 4th St. SW. The employee...
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Remember When 8-11-2022

Ventura’s new firetruck in 1972 - Justifiably proud of their new fire truck in 1972 were nine volunteer members of the Ventura Fire Department. The truck was purchased to replace one that had been used since 1947. The truck has a 750-gallon pumper, 35 foot extension ladder, generator and smoke fans. A two-way radio was also installed. Standing (L-R) Jerry Hejna, Gordon Quintus and Keith Reason. Perched on top: Mike Case, Terry Aydelotte and LeRoy Ziesmer. Not pictured were Larry Coe, John Overgaard and Don Ransom.
CLEAR LAKE, IA
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AWEsome autos

Clear Lake was flooded with many unique and beautiful cars over the weekend, as the C.L.A.S.S. Car Club held its 38th Annual Summer Dance Cruise and Car Show. The cruise around the lake on Friday night had 752 participants. Many spectators lined the streets to watch the cars drive by. Everything from new cars, to classic oldies were among the cars making the lake lap. Following the cruise, participants could attend the Jason D. Williams show at The Surf Ballroom. The highly energetic pianist and singer wowed the crowd with his music.
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