Camanche candidate profiles
Camanche residents will decide Tuesday who will represent the city as mayor and which three, of seven hopefuls, will fill the vacant seats on the Camanche City Council.
Incumbents Linda Kramer and Greg Nelson will face off against newcomers Mike McManus, Charlie Blount, Lewis Creed, Marvin Lind and William Wruck for the council positions, while current city councilman Trevor Willis will challenge Ken Fahlbeck to his position as mayor.
The candidate elected as mayor will serve a term of two years and the three candidates chosen to join the city council will each serve a term of four years.
Blount and Nelson chose not to participate in the questions.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Church of the Visitation, 1032 Middle Road in Camanche.
- Residents join Honor Flight CAMANCHE -- Two Camanche residents will join a group of local veterans taking part in the Honor Flight today from the Quad-City International Airport to Washington, D.C. Brothers-in-law James Drury and Leroy Cleppe, both served in the Korean War -- C
Surprise ending to Camanche forum
Thursday's Camanche City Council candidate forum presented interesting surprises for spectators — surprising answers, surprising actions and a surprising speaker.
A spooky trip to Rock Creek
CAMANCHE -- To join in with the holiday celebration, the Clinton County Conservation board is hosting a Halloween night at the Rock Creek Marina and Campground on Saturday. Beginning at 2 p.m., families can enjoy a number of different activities incl
Camanche teachers participate in 'studio classroom'
Amy Eikmeier and her seventh grade math class welcomed new visitors Tuesday, as part of a nationwide common core standards initiative training required by the Iowa Department of Education.
- Camanche approves supplemental aid CAMANCHE — Due to a negative fund balance, the Camanche School District will require supplemental aid to continue to provide the special education program for the 2013-14 school year. At a Camanche School Board meeting Monday, Superintendent Tom Park
- Commit to being a safe driver on behalf of new drivers CAMANCHE -- Students in Camanche High School are rallying community members to commit to safe driving. Supporting Camanche High School shows residents are working hard to reverse the startling statistic that car crashes are the No. 1 killer of teens
- Camanche man receives customer service award CAMANCHE -- Camanche resident Mike Henricksen was recognized this month by his employer, Mediacom Communications, for earning regional honors in the company's awards program that recognizes employees for exceptional customer service. Henricksen earne
- Council makes offer on former pharmacy building CAMANCHE -- City Administrator Tom Roth has received the approval of the Camanche City Council to move forward on an offer to purchase the former Camanche Pharmacy for the new city hall location. At a meeting on Tuesday, the City Council talked abou
- Mercy Auxiliary to host trivia night CAMANCHE -- Mercy Auxiliary will host a trivia night at Imperial Lanes Bowling Alley in Camanche this week. The even will be at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Cost to play is $10 each or $60 per teams of 6 to 8 people. Proceeds benefit Mercy Auxiliary. Cash prize
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