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What Will Happen to Clark Field? Tough Decisions Ahead [AUDIO]

Clark Field, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice

ST. CLOUD – What will become of Clark Field?  That’s the question facing the St. Cloud Area School Board and district officials.

Superintendent Bruce Watkins announced over the weekend that all Tech varsity games have been moved to Husky Stadium, because of mold and water damage to the 70-year-old facility.

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Clark Field, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice

Watkins says the field itself is still in excellent shape, so it will continue to be used for lower level games.

Watkins says they’ll start working on what the future holds for the field that was built in 1942.

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Watkins says they know the facility has been declining for several years.

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Watkins says there were no conflicts with dates at Husky Stadium, so it made sense to move the games for this year.  Tech already uses the stadium for boys and girls soccer and lacrosse.

Watkins will update the school board on the situation at Clark Field, during tonight’s (Wednesday) meeting.

Clark Field, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice

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