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Clark School going forward with tax freeze opt-out proposal

A public meeting was held March 4 at the Clark High School gym to discuss the proposed opt-out of the tax freeze for the 2013-2014 school budget. With approximately 75 interested patrons in attendance, the Clark School Board, through the school’s administration, presented the financial picture of the district, and then answered the questions from the public. Read More »

Willow Lake FFA feeding the hungry

Is there a better way to celebrate FFA Week than to prepare 35,640 meals for the needy? The Willow Lake High School auditorium was the site last Thursday morning as 55 Willow Lake FFA members, FFA state officers and a FFA national officer, along with community members, packed all these meals for Kids Against Hunger. Read More »

Clark opt-out public meeting is March 4

The Clark School Board is scheduling a public meeting for Monday, March 4 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school gym. The purpose of this meeting will be to inform the residents of Clark School District 12-2 that plans are going forward with an opt-out to the tax freeze for 2013-2014. Read More »

Ag land valuations continue to rise in Clark County

The 2013 Clark County assessment valuations will be mailed out by March 1, 2013, and the value of property is dependent upon the type of property owned and where it is located. "Ag land will be increasing again, which is really no big surprise," Clark County Director of Equalization David Paulson stated. Read More »

Clark family attends Pro Bowl in Hawaii as a Make-A-Wish trip

It’s pretty special when a trip of a lifetime comes when you’re a freshman in high school. Hudson Steffen’s trip to Hawaii to the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl was exactly that trip. Hudson is the son of Bob and Joie Steffen. They went on this trip along with Hudson's sister, Hannah, and brother, Hayse. The Pro Bowl, played by the best players in the National Football League, was held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, Sunday, January 24. Read More »

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