- Local News
Salvation Army thrift store to expand
An empty retail building on Clinton’s west side won’t be void of shoppers for much longer.Continued ...
- Judge denies motion to suppress search warrant results
- Woman guilty in meth case
- Take a 'National Night Out'
- Well affected by mercury spill is working again
- Salvation Army thrift store to expand
River Kings break out cleats at camp
Now that the 2013-14 high school athletic year is over, it’s time to set focus on the next year, and this week, Clinton’s football team is doing just that.Continued ...
- Holovach converting back to a starting pitcher
- RVC North claims win
- LumberKings get first win in a week
- Clinton grad, NDSU picked to lead MVC
- River Kings break out cleats at camp
Write down your family history
I must sadly report that this is my last column. Many thanks to all my supporters and thanks, also, to those who gave me ideas and background information.Continued ...
- Albany Miss Flame Festival: Safety and fun rolled into one
- Sisters share sandwiches with the homeless
- Evers' duck decoy hits auction block
- Write down your family history
The virtues of lying
Two computational scientists set out recently to simulate the effects of lying in a virtual human population. Their results, published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, show that lying is essential for the growth of a cohesive social network.Continued ...
- Low-cost, free cellphone options for seniors
- Off to market: Fulton Buy-Way yard sales are Aug. 8 and 9
- School supplies offered at events
- The virtues of lying
Grandstands feel a little empty at NASCAR races
Two decades after NASCAR started running at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the crowds have thinned considerably. It's probably no reflection on the sport's massive following, which stretches from coast to coast, but it surely doesn't NASCAR's image help when the cameras pan across all of those empty seats.Continued ...
- LEVINE: Hope is back at Roosevelt building
- Friends of the Library book sale is underway
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cremation service helped pet owner in her time of need
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A Cappella choir concert was a success
- Grandstands feel a little empty at NASCAR races
- National News
U.S. warns against traveling to Ebola-hit countries
U.S. health officials on Thursday warned Americans not to travel to the three West African countries hit by an outbreak of Ebola.Continued ...
- State Dept: 'No American is proud' of tactics
- Indiana sheriff accused of lying about relationship with prostitute
- U.S. warns against traveling to Ebola-hit countries
- Food & Health
Why a see-through mouse is a big deal for scientists
A group of Caltech researchers announced in Cell Thursday their success in making an entire organism transparent. Unfortunately, this isn't any kind of "Invisible Man" scenario: The organism in question is a mouse, and the mouse in question is quite dead.Continued ...
- Sunburn isn't the only sign of summer that can leave you itchy and blistered
- Study: Fist bumps less germy than handshakes
- Why a see-through mouse is a big deal for scientists
Iowa gambling regulators ponder casino moratorium
The commission that oversees casino licenses in Iowa may discuss whether to stop considering new casino license applications for a while.Continued ...
- Advocates hope for broader medical marijuana law
- Hawkeyes to offer student tickets to public
- Foreman calls Iowa murder case a 'slam dunk'
- Iowa panel sued for rejecting Cedar Rapids casino
- Iowa gambling regulators ponder casino moratorium
Consumer advocates watching Exelon-Integrys deal
Energy watchdog groups are worried that Exelon's plan to buy one of its business competitors will be bad for northern Illinois electricity customers.Continued ...
- New logo to promote farmers who are veterans
- Chicago authorities charge man in child's death
- Consumer advocates watching Exelon-Integrys deal
Fulton superintendent settles in to new position
One month into the permanent River Bend School District superintendent job, Darryl Hogue has experienced the long hours, stress and the learning curve that comes with any new position.Continued ...
- District tries to attract prison workers
- Camanche schools sharpens skills (with VIDEO)
- Fulton superintendent settles in to new position