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- School district releases information on yesterday's bus accident
McGraw looking forward to council position
Councilwoman elect Lynn McGraw's words following her unopposed Clinton Ward 2 win.
Early results — Voters strike down Clinton ballot measures
With a resounding "No," Clinton voters struck down Propositions E and F, on Tuesday — both measures receiving less than 40 percent in favor.
Police: Gunshots reported at Iowa State University
Authorities say gunshots were fired on the Iowa State University campus in Ames as police were chasing a vehicle.
- Two charged in attempted bank robbery CLINTON — Two local men have been charged with second-degree robbery, accused of attempting to rob a bank in Andover. At 3 p.m. Friday, the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office received a call of an attempted bank robbery at the Clinton National Bank loca
UPDATE: Clinton house burns, no one injured
Fire crews from the Clinton Fire Department and Fulton Fire Department were dispatched to 711 Locust Place in Clinton on Monday for a house fire burning out of control.
BREAKING: Truck collides with laundromat — photo and video
At approximately 11:45 a.m., a Ford F-150 crashed into the west facing store front of a Clinton laundromat.
Maquoketa teacher named Iowa Teacher of the Year
Jane Schmidt, a longtime teacher known for her leadership, her ability to connect with students, and her commitment to improvement, is the 2014 Iowa Teacher of the Year, Gov. Terry Branstad announced today in Maquoketa.
Verdict clears attorney; city gets nothing
A Scott County jury on Friday sided with attorney Michael Walker in the city of Clinton's legal malpractice suit against him, awarding the city nothing.
BREAKING NEWS: Jury sides with Walker
The city of Clinton has lost its legal malpractice suit against the attorney who represented it in a 2009 Medicare fraud case.
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