- Competition continues in Alaska CLINTON -- A Camanche Middle School teacher is currently in Alaska, competing to be named the 2015 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail. As previously reported by the Herald, Erin Montgomery learned in January that she was one of three finalists for the tea
- Camanche man on the rebound This is the fifth and final story of the Clinton Herald's series to commemorate American Heart Month. CLINTON On April 6, Todd Boyer died for almost a minute. The 44-year-old Camanche man never expected he could have a heart attack at his age, much
- Officials eye study for senior housing CAMANCHE -- The lack of senior housing in Camanche may soon be addressed. During a Camanche City Council meeting last week, City Administrator Tom Roth updated leaders on a potential development investment that would tackle some of the problems the c
- Bid goes out for project CAMANCHE --Nearly two months after councilman Marvin Lind presented a new option for the Camanche City Hall project, the city is moving forward -- but it's not what he suggested. Instead, council members last week decided to put out construction bids
Camanche to enact franchise fee
Despite reluctance and a vote-splitting decision, the city of Camanche has come up with a solution to solve their $110,000 operation budget deficit.
Boys basketball roundup: Cascade avenges loss to Camanche
Cascade got a little revenge Friday, beating Camanche 74-48 in River Valley Conference boys basketball.
Girls basketball roundup: Cascade beats Camanche
Cascade remained unbeaten Friday with a 43-30 win against Camanche in River Valley Conference girls basketball.
Bowling roundup: Sabers, Cardinals split
Central DeWitt won the girls match and Maquoketa won the boys dual as the schools split Friday in high school bowling.
- New subdivision planned CAMANCHE -- Residents of Camanche will welcome some new neighbors in the not-so-distant future, as a new subdivision is planned for the western side of the city. At a Camanche City Council meeting Tuesday, the council approved the preliminary plat de
- Weather takes toll on schools; plans for make-up days CLINTON -- Unfavorable weather has taken its toll on the Gateway area and local schools are facing the burden that's been brought on by the snow and cold this winter season. So far, both the Camanche and River Bend school districts have canceled scho
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