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08/15/2018 - 3:21pm

Rob Sand visited Clarion on Wednesday, August 8 to meet hopeful future constituents during his campaign for State Auditor.

Previously an Assistant Attorney General, Sand has made a career out of prosecuting financial crimes, including a recent case where he led an investigation that uncovered lottery ticket fixing schemes across five states.

Sand hopes to bring his law...

08/15/2018 - 3:19pm
The Clarion-Goldfield- Dows Community School Board met for their regular meeting on Monday, August 13. At the meeting the board approved an unusually high number of early graduations. Four students are set to graduate early this year, already on course to satisfy their academic requirements. “That’s the most I’ve ever seen,...
08/08/2018 - 11:45am
It was a big rig day in Clarion on Sunday, August 5 as Ennis Corp. hosted the second annual Pride in the Heartland Truck Show. Main Street was closed off for the afternoon as dozens of semis lined the street for people to admire, giving truck drivers and their vehicles some much deserved appreciation for their part in making the conveniences of...
08/08/2018 - 11:39am
Travis Wenning is six years old, and already knows more about tractors than some adults. Travis is a huge fan of Big Bud, known as the largest farm tractor in the world. However, Travis is battling a non-Hodgkins’ Lymphoma known as Burkitt Lymphoma. Diagnosed in December of 2017, Travis’ family quickly learned that he is in the 10% of...
08/08/2018 - 11:37am
Things are really cooking at Carmen’s Supermarket in Clarion. The grocery store on HWY 3 is approaching their first year of offering freshly cooked Mexican food for patrons after expanding their grocery business into a restaurant. Carmen’s Supermarket opened in August of 2015 and is managed by Carmen Gomez, who runs the store with the...
08/01/2018 - 11:44am
In their role as drainage district trustees, the Wright County Board of Supervisors took up discussion of an agenda item presented by landowner Don Tice. This concerned an ongoing ponding problem southeast of Lake Cornelia and along the east side of Page Avenue. “We’ve put a pile of money into trying to fix this problem,” said...
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