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A year after 'chaos'
It happened two hours after John Hood finished his run. Like many, he thought the loud boom was just the sound of cannons going off, something that shook the ground. It was odd, but Hood — a 1989 Clinton High School graduate — tried to make it logical, associating the noise with another good happening at the Boston Marathon.Continued ...
- Theft trial for man charged in Wolfe sisters' murders
- More felonies added to sex abuse charges
- Wildlife service to conduct burnings
- Women jailed on meth charges
- A year after 'chaos'
Blackhawks start blue in Cup defense
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues went the distance, and then some, to get the jump on the defending Stanley Cup champions. Alexander Steen scored at 26 seconds of the third overtime to cap the longest playoff game in franchise history and give the BlContinued ...
- River Kings light up the Day
- Clinton tennis splits with Muscatine
- Panthers put the hurt on BV
- Coppess finishes third at North Scott
- Blackhawks start blue in Cup defense
A big love for books
CLINTON -- Sharing a love for books is something members of the Clinton Public Library have always promoted and embraced. On Wednesday, they will join the rest of the world in spreading that love throughout communities. World Book Night, which conveContinued ...
- Let it grow (with Video)
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- A big love for books
Alumni honor students at luncheon
CLINTON -- Clinton Community College student leaders were recognized at a student leader luncheon. The CCC Alumni Association honored 30 students, who were nominated by the CCC staff and faculty for showing leadership in the classroom, on campus andContinued ...
- EICC to host career fair
- CCC Veterans Association host 'Honor Flight' showing
- Screenings showcase films at TLP
- Alumni honor students at luncheon
Letter to the Editor: Local firefighters' union speaks out on proposed contract
Dear citizens/taxpayers of Clinton:Continued ...
The members of Local 609 feel that it is our duty to inform the citizens of Clinton that the article titled “‘Fair offer’ differences” in the April 9, 2014 edition of the Clinton Herald was full of inaccurate statements regarding our negotiated contract proposal with the city. These incorrect statements could impact the use of your city funds negatively and unduly influence our elected representatives. So, we would like to address these points, as follows:
- Local firefighters' union speaks out on proposed contract
- The lesson of 'Camp David'
- Wild Rose avoids another distraction
- World Book Night celebrated April 23
- Letter to the Editor: Local firefighters' union speaks out on proposed contract
- National News
Why do wolves howl?
Of all the myths that dog the wolf, none is more widely accepted than the idea that wolves howl at the moon. Images of wolves with their heads upturned, singing at the night sky, are as unquestioned as a goldfish's three-second memory or a dog's color-blindness (both also myths).Continued ...
- Judge asks pointed questions in gay marriage case
- NASA's moon-orbiting robot crashes down as planned
- Why do wolves howl?
- Food & Health
The case for separate beds
The other night I slept on a twin bed in the guest room of the house I share with my husband and our two kids.Continued ...
It was the best night's sleep I've had in years.
- Raw oysters spike U.S. rise in bacterial infections, CDC reports
- Study: Diabetic heart attacks and strokes falling
- The case for separate beds
Prosecutor says 6 felon voting cases will proceed
A prosecutor pursuing several cases against felons charged with voting illegally says an Iowa Supreme Court ruling shouldn't impact them.Assistant Black Hawk County Attorney Linda Fangman said Thursday the prosecutions will "proceed as is," despite Tuesday's ruling suggesting that not all felons lose their voting rights. She's handling felony election misconduct cases against six offenders accused of voting in the 2012 election even though they lost their rights. A seventh may plead guilty Monday.Continued ...
- Iowa's unemployment rate climbs to 4.5 percent
- Branstad signs school radon bill into law
- Gaming commission rejects Cedar Rapids casino
- Iowa Senate race suddenly more competitive
- Prosecutor says 6 felon voting cases will proceed
Blagojevich campaign account donates final dollars
A federal campaign account for imprisoned former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is now empty, two years into the Chicago Democrat's prison term.
The (Arlington Heights) Daily Herald reports Friends of Rod Blagojevich donated $709.85 to a Serbian Orthodox Church monastery earlier this month.Continued ...
- GOP lawmaker objects to 9-0 vote for Obama library
- Blackhawks start blue in Cup defense
- Blagojevich campaign account donates final dollars
New SAT: What will those questions look like?
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Calculate the foreign exchange rate a vacationing American would pay in India. Estimate from a random sample the number of 18- to 34-year olds who voted for a candidate. These are sample questions from the newly redesigned SAT, whiContinued ...
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- New SAT: What will those questions look like?