Indians hire Clinton grad for volleyball
CAMANCHE — Camanche High School is replacing one Clinton High graduate with another to lead the volleyball program.Activities director Todd Borrison said the school had selected Emily Turner to take over as varsity coach after the resignation of Josh
- Camanche wins again TIPTON — Camanche picked up its second baseball victory in as many days Tuesday, defeating Tipton 7-2 in a makeup River Valley Conference game.“Very good win tonight,” Camanche coach Darryl Cochran said. “Good pitching, defense and hitting.”The India
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- North Cedar able to top Indians LOWDEN — North Cedar defeated Camanche 9-6 on Monday in River Valley Conference softball.Olivia Baxa scattered seven hits over seven innings to earn the win.Julia Moore had a single and a double, and Kylie Vogel had a pair of singles for the Indians.
- Camanche records road victory LOWDEN — Devon Belk, Blake Bialas, Hunter Alm and Derek Harksen drove in two runs each to back Tanner Atkinson’s solid outing on the mound and lead Camanche to a 10-5 win against host North Cedar on Monday in River Valley Conference baseball.The Indi
Honoring the Flag (with VIDEOS)
CAMANCHE -- Area veterans and community members gathered together Saturday at Rose Hill Cemetery to retire worn American flags and honor Flag Day. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9664 Commander Glenn Williams was satisfied with how the 30-minute ceremo
- Camanche cleans out PoP CLINTON -- Both Camanche and Prince of Peace strolled into Ashford University Field a little tired Friday after arriving home in the wee hours after games Thursday night. One team looked as if it still was sleepy; the other did not. Camanche swept th
Camanche sweeps Irish in baseball
Camanche took a pair of games from Prince of Peace on Friday in a baseball doubleheader.
One injured, airlifted in morning Camanche crash
CAMANCHE -- One individual was airlifted to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, in Iowa City, following an early morning accident today in Camanche. According to a press release from the Camanche Fire Department, emergency personnel found a
Platt Park electrical system gets face-lift
The city of Camanche has always known the electrical system at Platt Park did not meet a heavy workload or the safety expectations that the city wanted.
Now, seven years and about $75,000 worth of electrical work later, the city has a power system in place at the park that officials are proud to have.
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