Bridget Shileny

11/13/2019 - 11:55am

            The flags were waving on a chilly Monday morning as hundreds of people both young and old gathered in the high school gym for the annual Veteran’s Day program in Clarion. Many different groups participated to make the program a special event, “honoring all who served.”

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11/13/2019 - 11:43am
            The Clarion City Council meeting was a lively one last Tuesday, November 5. Over 60 citizens attended the meeting requiring many folding chairs to be set up in addition to a couple dozen people standing. The hot topic was the first agenda item: approving a city administrator/clerk employment agreement with...
11/13/2019 - 11:37am
           In addition to approving the employment agreement with the new city administrator, the Clarion City Council completed other important business at the November 5th meeting, including various actions for the water supply enhancement project.            ...
11/13/2019 - 11:34am
            The Wright County Board of Supervisors were tasked with the canvassing of votes for last week’s city and school elections. The supers looked over the vote tally books and signed off on the votes. County Auditor Betty Ellis explained the process of tallying votes, including getting the results from...
11/13/2019 - 11:31am
          The three C-G-D principals were all on hand to report to the Board of Education this past Monday. Elementary Principal Tricia reported on the successful Veteran’s Day program. She heard several comments from community members about how well the kids did with their parts of the program. Both she and MS...
11/06/2019 - 12:39pm
              Lyn Thompson is likely a familiar face to many around Clarion. She has lived in town for around 15 years. Lyn has worked at different places in Clarion and this past July, started at Brothers Market. She hadn’t even worked there three months when her life abruptly...
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