Dip in arrests attributed to the cold weather
CLINTON -- With Clinton seeing a significant decrease in temperature this winter, Clinton police are seeing a decline in arrests as well "If it's a mild or normal winter, like we had last year, we see a little decrease, but not that much," Clinton Po
UPDATE: Middle schoolers catch 'big break' with calendar
Clinton School board approves 2014-15 calendar.
First days of March unlike spring
Three days into "spring," Clinton's climate has set a record-breaking low.
- Jail needs report due in April CLINTON — Progress is being made on two Clinton County Justice Coordinating Commission projects. A $53,000 jail needs assessment conducted by Shive Hattery is moving forward, with the CCJCC paying approximately 56 percent of it. The rest of the proje
- Pothole problems imminent with deep thaw CLINTON -- Potholes caused by winter weather have started to form within city and county streets and, according to road experts, it's just the tip of the iceberg as the Gateway region heads into what they're calling a "deep thaw." Potholes form from
Starbucks coming to Clinton Hy-Vee
Coffee shop part of a store-wide seven-month renovation.
Study to affect multiple cities
CLINTON -- Local officials will gather with great interest in March when the results of a pertinent six-month study are unveiled. The information they receive will help inform what steps need to be taken to upgrade the U.S. 30 corridor to mee
- Supervisor to run for Iowa Senate CLINTON -- While Brian Schmidt has enjoyed his first term on the Clinton County Board of Supervisors, he will not seek re-election in November. Instead, he will run for Iowa State Senate, representing the 49th District. Schmidt on Thursday revealed h
- United Way meets mark CLINTON -- There was plenty of applause to go around Thursday during the United Way annual meeting at Rastrelli's restaurant. And for good reason -- the Clinton County chapter met its goal by 101 percent. The 2013 campaign contributions show that the
- Canticle preps for Lenten retreat CLINTON -- A Lenten retreat will be held at the Canticle in March. The retreat, which is open to the public, begins with check-in at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, March 22, and continues until 4 p.m. Overnight accommodations are available. The title of the ret
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