- Girls face tough tests CAMANCHE -- On an early April night, three girls set personal bests in their respective events. One of them even set a school record. Prince of Peace's Sydney Laufenberg walked away from the discus competition feeling a little frustrated about her th
- Bellevue edges Camanche by 7 strokes CLINTON -- Riley Till shot a dual-best, nine-hole 37 at The Oaks Golf Course on Monday as the Bellevue Comets defeated Camanche by seven strokes, 188-195. Camanche's best golfer, Chod Gilbert, shot a 46, and was the runner-up, thanks to a second card
- Camanche board passes budget CAMANCHE -- A public hearing on the Camanche School District's budget for next year lasted only one minute Monday. No members of the public attended the meeting. "It's a quick meeting, but it's probably one of the most important votes you take all ye
- Indians win their opener CAMANCHE -- After a split of the six singles matches, Camanche won two of the three doubles matches to defeat Western Dubuque 5-4 in boys tennis Monday. Tanner Atkinson and Harsh Patel, a pair of juniors who also won in singles, combined to beat Devi
- Camanche teacher is living a dream CAMANCHE -- Erin Montgomery is living her dream. After nearly a year worth of research and work, she is the 2015 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail. The Camanche Middle School social studies teacher faced off against two other qualified candidates in the
- Man admits to selling, sharing marijuana By Samantha Pidde Herald Staff Writer Suspended sentence recommended Man admits to selling, sharing marijuana
Option to purchase land granted
Less than a month after the Camanche City Council decided to list two lots of city owned property out to the public, an offer has been received.
During a closed session meeting Tuesday, Camanche officials debated on whether to accept an option to purchase one full lot and approximately 48 feet of the second lot from Lighthouse Real Estate LLC for $45,000, with a $1,000 option fee.
- Fundraiser surpasses last year's total CAMANCHE — Volunteers raised $32,000 last weekend for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Camanche MDA fundraiser organizer Cheryl Paasch said the event beat its total from last year by almost $3,000. In the 25 years the event has been held, it has r
- Sabers get the worm on chilly night CLINTON -- Running on an outdoor track can be hard to be acclimated to following an indoor track season. Clinton, Central DeWitt and Camanche were three of five schools who braved the early spring Tuesday night. DeWitt won the meet with 119 points, w
- Indians sweep Northeast CLINTON -- Camanche's boys and girls golf teams beat Northeast in a pair of dual meets Monday at Canyon Creek Golf Course. Northeast's Levi Banowetz won medalist honors among the boys with a 10-over-par 44, but Camanche had four of the next five lowe
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