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Not James Clark (1788-1839)

This photo has been handed down in the Clark family labeled as James Clark.  I’m not sure who started the attribution of it, but my grandparents George Ernest Clark (1883-1963) and Belle (Wilkin) Clark (1888-1954) used it on pedigree charts to depict his great-grandfather James Clark of Derbyshire, England.  363 more words


Born This Day in 1797 ~ Eleanor "Nellie" CLARK

Name: Eleanor “Nellie” CLARK

Birth: 16 June 1797; Washington County, Pennsylvania

Parents: George CLARK and Hannah VAUGHN

Spouse: Frederick FISHEL

Death: 16 September 1859; Carroll County, Ohio… 9 more words

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Roy Clark Pinball By Not Fully Working But Looks Complete

Roy Clark Pinball By Not Fully Working But Looks Complete
ROY CLARK PINBALL By NOT FULLY WORKING BUT LOOKS COMPLETE Track Page Views WithAuctiva’s Counter Model – WHd6d4abcfcd099740… 9 more words


Fire-Damaged Lewis & Clark - Plans to Reopen Soon

Historic St. Charles Restaurant Set to Rise from the Ashes – Lewis & Clark
St. Charles, MO/June 8, 2017 (STLRestaurant.News) Lewis & Clark – Three months is a long time in the restaurant business.   13 more words

Hunger Pains: Plan for Clark Food Pantry Advances

What if you had to choose between eating and buying your textbooks? Some students do.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 12.7 percent of American households in 2015 experienced food insecurity at some point in the year, and that number skyrockets among college students. 656 more words


Enrollment Falls as Economy Grows: The Ins and Outs of Clark’s Shrinking Student Population

Following the decline of Clark’s enrollment since 2011, administrators have declared an “enrollment crisis.” The college is facing a budget deficit for the 2017-2018 school year, and Clark College President Bob Knight said this shortfall was caused by the enrollment decrease. 561 more words


Indy Earns First in Sweeps and General Excellence in Tri-State Journalism Competition

For the third consecutive year, Clark College student journalists took first in the “General Excellence” award at a three-state competition that evaluated breaking news coverage and sports and feature-style news reporting. 505 more words