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City Hall floor plan approved
CAMANCHE -- City leaders are one step closer to calling the former Camanche Pharmacy home after approving a floor plan for the new City Hall renovation project. But, as history has shown, reaching an agreement on the City Hall prospects has been an iContinued ...
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Harden's success extends to studies
Herald Staff Report CLINTON -- When Nate Harden qualified for the Iowa high school state swimming meet this winter, he became just the second Clinton High School athlete to compete at a state postseason event in four different sports. But, his succeContinued ...
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No qualms about 60 shaved heads for St. Baldrick's
DEWITT -- Hair says a lot to people. By shaving it down to their scalps Saturday more than 60 volunteers made a statement of their own. Clinton resident Kelli Smith attended DeWitt's Just Irish Enough St. Baldrick's fundraiser last year and said sheContinued ...
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YWCA announces Achievement honorees
CLINTON -- The YWCA has announced this year's honorees for Woman of Achievement awards. The YWCA has honored local women since 1973 for leadership, accomplishments and achievements within their profession and the community with the Woman of AchievemeContinued ...
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We must work together to prevent gun violence
Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, a national coalition of 50 denominations and faith-based organizations, will celebrate the second annual Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath on March 13-16, which will include prayer events from coast to coast. OrgaContinued ...
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Most deadly fraternity scraps initiation for new members
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, one of the largest U.S. fraternities and the deadliest, said Friday it will ban the initiation of recruits, citing the toll that hazing has taken on its newest members.Continued ...
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- Food & Health
A speedy, robust take on a classic: shepherd's pie
When it comes to shepherd's pie, there are those who toe a rather strict line, and there are those who go with the comfort food flow.Continued ...
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Supreme Court hears HIV conviction appeal
The Iowa Supreme Court is considering whether to uphold the conviction of an Iowa man with HIV who was imprisoned for not telling a partner he carried the virus when they had sex in 2008.Continued ...
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Illinois fiscal reputation costs $80 million more
A study contends that Illinois wears a "scarlet letter" when it borrows money — which has cost at least $80 million over a five-year period.Continued ...
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School board surveying former families of district
The Clinton Community School Board has begun surveying families who have open enrolled out of the district, according to school board member Eric Gettes.Continued ...
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