Recapping all the local races in Clinton and Camanche. Photos and video.
Determann, Wilke earn at-large council seats.
Clinton Ward 1
Julie Allessee earns Ward 1 nod.
Clinton Ward 2
McGraw looking forward to position on council.
Clinton Ward 3
O'Neill unseats Hermann in Ward 3 race.
Camanche Mayor race
Fahlbeck defeats Willis for mayor seat.
Camanche At-Large Council
New faces on the Camanche city council.
Voters strongly against both ballot measures.
VIDEO: 'Why we voted'
- Buildings to be demolished in preparation for 19th Avenue North project CLINTON -- Three structures are scheduled to be removed in the near future to make way for the city of Clinton's 19th Avenue North project connecting the Iowa 136 bridge to Millcreek Parkway with a through road. The Clinton City Council awarded a con
- Salt supply dwindles CLINTON For evidence of a harsh Gateway winter, look no further than the city's salt stash. The problem isn't unique to Clinton, either, according to Tom Krogman, city public works director. "We're getting down there," Krogman said, Wednesday, follo
- Wednesday blaze under investigation By Samantha Pidde Herald Staff Writer Wednesday blaze under investigation
Concerns about land near Wal-Mart raises some safety concerns
CLINTON -- Property owner Dave Rose has two companies interested in his lots behind Wal-Mart. They're "national companies" and have approached him with a "proposal to create 50 jobs," he said. On Wednesday, following a unanimous decision from the Cli
- Arrest made in deaths CLINTON -- An arrest Wednesday in the death of two sisters formerly of Clinton brought appreciation toward the Pittsburgh Police Department. Allen Darell Wade, 43, turned himself in Wednesday in Pittsburgh after being charged with robbing and killing
Donation brings cancer detection to Clinton
Patients at Mercy Medical Center can soon expect the most advanced and high-tech form of lung cancer detection in the medical market, thanks to a generous donation from the Mercy Auxiliary Volunteers.
- Frost delaying traffic signal fix CLINTON -- The frigid temperatures can be blamed for one more thing in Clinton -- delayed work on a traffic signal. The traffic signal is not working at the intersection of Sixth Avenue South and South Second Street. City Engineer Jason Craft said Tu
Summer events 'sound off'
Three groups speak about 65 decibel ordinance during Tuesday's Rules and Regulations meeting. Video included.
COPS donates to YWCA
Clinton's Community Outreach Public Service (COPS) group recently selected the YWCA Crisis Services for one of its community-focused projects and donated items to the organization. The items ranged from diapers to bus passes.
Garage destroyed by fire
CLINTON -- The Clinton Fire Department continues to investigate a garage fire. Firefighters received a call at 2:03 a.m. Monday about a garage and vehicle on fire at 1836 14th Ave. South.
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