Camanche Eco-Tourism Center opening
CAMANCHE -- The community is invited to see completed exhibits at the Mississippi River Eco-Tourism Center on Sunday. The grand opening will run from 1 to 4 p.m. at the center, with a short presentation at 2 p.m. Clinton County Conservation Board Dir
- Fall festival, homecoming set CAMANCHE-- Camanche High School's homecoming events and the community's fall festival will merge next week, offering something for everyone to attend. Kelly Everhart, high school student council representative and Party in the Park committee member,
- High schools Camanche names first Hall class CAMANCHE — Picking the most notable athletic people in the history of Camanche High School wasn't an easy process, but athletic director Todd Borrison is impressed with the school's inaugural Hall of Fame Class. Borrison announced the group of 14 for
- NARVRE to meet CAMANCHE -- The National Association of Retired and Veteran Railway Employees will meet Oct. 3 at Imperial Lanes in Camanche. Guest speaker will be John Mueller, lockmaster from Lock and Dam 13.
- Officials hope work nears completion FULTON, Ill. -- Work is continuing at Fulton High School and officials are hoping that some of that work concludes before basketball season. A buildings and grounds committee met Wednesday to discuss ongoing repairs to the commons and the boiler. Mai
Prep football roundup
Scores, stats and recaps from local football games.
Eight to run for Camanche council
CAMANCHE — The papers are in and eight nominees will try for a seat on the Camanche City Council during the November election.
- New members sworn in CLINTON -- Following last week's school board election, the Camanche Board of Education swore in the newly-elected members this week. Director of Business Roxanne Aude administered the oath of office to Mike Dunn, Dan Srp and Larry McDonald. Superint
- Deadline approaches for election CAMANCHE -- Time is running out for Camanche City Council nominations and newcomers will have to face off against a few council veterans this election. There are currently three City Council seats that are up for grabs, and candidates will have unti
- Bank offers free shredding CLINTON -- A Camanche bank will offer free shredding next weekend. Citizens First Bank's Camanche branch office, 403 S. Washington Blvd., will provide free personal document shredding from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. Normally, the bank holds thi
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