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07/17/2019 - 2:28pm

    There will be no criminal charges brought up against an off-duty Clarion police officer who shot and killed a dog last month.

    The incident, as described across social media on Saturday, June 29, occurred when an off-leash dog approached an off-duty officer and his wife, who were on a walk with their own dogs. The off-leash dog's approach triggered a...

07/10/2019 - 3:19pm
Last week the prep work was completed to prepare the wall for the Clarion mural. This past weekend began the  artist's "work in progress" as artist Ben Schuh and his wife Morgan, began on Saturday evening by sketching the outline. This week's work will be the actual painting with completion by week end. Continue to...
07/03/2019 - 3:13pm
The native honey bee is a very ‘busy bee’ and important to our crops and other beautiful things in nature, not to mention the delicious product that is the fruit of all their labor. Gabrielle “Gabby” Hackley of Clarion has a passion for telling the story of that importance, and will be doing a board presentation at this...
07/03/2019 - 3:12pm
Peg Schluttenhofer and Jen Sheehan of the Wellness Committee appeared at the Wright County Board of Supervisors meeting to present the membership policy for county employees who wish to take advantage of a fitness center membership. According to Sheehan, the County will now pay $10 per month for any fitness center within the county and of the...
07/03/2019 - 3:11pm
Phoebe Sanders of Clarion has been involved in 4-H since fourth grade, and is the current president of the Liberty Pathfinders club. She has also picked up a new hobby, photography, and looks forward to entering a couple of her better photos at this year’s Wright County District Junior Fair. “I’m taking two photos, one of a...
07/03/2019 - 3:07pm
A priest and three reverends walked into a bar. It sounds like the beginnings of a joke, but it's actually the origin of the 2019 Hope Conference, which took place in Dows on Saturday, June 29. The program was spearheaded by Reverend Dan Hanson of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hampton, Reverend Laurel Meester of First Lutheran Church in Dows,...
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