Clearwater News

A CROWD OF ALMOST 100 listened to Corey McCauley & the Hop Jam Brew from Duluth at the Takin’ Time concert at the Nunke farm in Clearwater Twp. Saturday evening. The concert series takes place about every two weeks. (Photos by Ken Francis.)

Music alive and well in Clearwater

People in the Clearwater area have been fortunate to hear live music close to home, thanks to a couple who have started holding concerts on their farm in Clearwater Twp. 

CLEARWATER MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR John Schmidt indicates areas of pitting and deterioration on a section of watermain pipe that was replaced on Spring Street last summer. In the background are council members (from left) Chris Ritzer, Kris Crandall and Mike Ranum. (Photos by Ken Francis.)

Northeast road project on hold

After a two-hour discussion with property owners in the northeast area of the city Monday evening, members of the Clearwater City Council decided they weren’t

CLEARVIEW EXPANSION. Principal Sheri Rutar hosted architect David Leapaldt and St. Cloud Schools head of buildings and grounds Brian Brown (right), at a meeting with Clearview Elementary School teachers and staff Wednesday afternoon. A decision on a proposal to expand Clearview to a K-8 school is expected soon. (Photo by David Hannula.)

Clearview staff hears expansion plans

Faculty and staff members met with officials involved in the planned expansion at Clearview Elementary School Wednesday afternoon, hearing details of the propo



MAX LOFGREN, getting fitted for a bike helmet by Scott Barta, told his mom Alisha the Bike Rodeo was “...the best place in the whole world.”

LIBERTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THIRD GRADERS made the audience shiver and shudder Tuesday night with Squirm!, their musical about creepy crawlie creatures. The production had lots of choreography with the singing as well as speaking roles and percussionists. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Kara Zoller, Health Promotions Supervisor