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04/27/2016 - 10:28am

Steve Sebby has owned the Coast to Coast (and now Hardware Hank) hardware store on Main Street for 36 years. Both the store and Sebby himself have been part of Clarion for longer than that. However, though Sebby will still be in the area, enjoying retirement (or maybe another job), Hardware Hank will soon be closing its doors.

Sebby said he considers Clarion the best place in the world...

04/06/2016 - 11:40am
The Clarion-Goldfield-Dows girls varsity golf squad hosted Garner-Hayfield/Ventura this past Monday at Clarmond to open their season. The visiting Cardinals won with a 214, as the Cowgirls came to the clubhouse with a 223 total. Bailee Frayne of G-H/V was medalist with a 42, followed by the Cowgirls Kaylee Smith with a 53. “The weather was...
03/30/2016 - 11:28am
On Tuesday, Deere and Company (the makers of John Deere tractors) announced that it had acquired a majority share in Hagie Manufacturing. Both companies are calling the change a “joint venture.” Hagie will continue to operate at its Clarion location and use its own brand, but over the next 15 months, sales and distribution for the...
03/30/2016 - 11:21am
Starting on April 13, a new organization called LEAD Wright County will be hosting leadership development seminars geared toward businesspeople or anyone who wants to develop their leadership skills. The sessions will be led by Teresa Lancaster, a talent development coach at Hagie Manufacturing. “I’ve always had a passion for personal...
03/30/2016 - 11:19am
Earlier this month, Clarion’s chapter of the American Association of University Women announced Betty Houser of Belmond as their 2016 Woman of the Year.  “Each year during March, which is Women's History Month, the AAUW Clarion Branch selects a woman whose life exemplifies the mission of AAUW based on education, advocacy,...
03/23/2016 - 10:28am
The Clarion Pride movement has been at work writing grant applications and helping spruce up the town with paint. Their goals reach beyond trying to get people to tidy up their houses, however; they’ve also reached out to a community visioning organization, Trees Forever, to potentially help improve the appeal and function of some of Clarion...
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