VIDEO: Councilmembers dispel conflict of interest claims
Councilmen Ed O'Neill and John Rowland refute conflict of interest allegations during Tuesday's Clinton City Council meeting. Both were named in a memo regarding the city's discussion to appeal the Citizens for Open Government court ruling.
- Three locals face felonies for meth CLINTON -- Three Clinton residents are facing felony charges for manufacturing methamphetamine. Amanda K. Mussmann, 22, Michael L. Payne, 23, and Rhonda F. Scheeberger, 48, are all charged with conspiracy to manufacture meth, following search warrant
- Children can read to therapy dogs PAWS for Reading! On Monday, March 3, and Monday, March 17, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., read to a therapy dog at the library. Kids can read aloud to a therapy dog in order to improve reading and communication skills. Children read individually to trained
- Lots to do as plan takes shape CLINTON -- The to-do list on the city of Clinton's strategic plan outline seems long. It prompts the city to create 10 new policies or programs, initiate 12 different studies and form eight more committee meetings to attend. However daunting, City Ad
- Hampton earns honor for performance CLINTON -- A Clinton hotel has been honored for top performance in its company. The Hampton Inn earned the Lighthouse award by Hilton Worldwide, designating the facility as one of the hotel chain's top performing hotels among 1,900 Hampton properties
- City holds off on TIF ordinance CLINTON -- It's still early enough in the new term to set tones, and Councilman Ed O'Neill publicly established another precedent for himself regarding the Lincolnway Industrial Railpark on Tuesday night. The Clinton City Council was scheduled at its
- Water company offers advice, tips to thwart freezing pipes CLINTON -- Despite a rise in temperatures over the past week, the Clinton area is still being plagued by frozen water lines and water main breaks. Iowa American Water external affairs manager Lisa Reisen said that while the air temperature begins to
UPDATE: Council won't appeal open records ruling
Clinton councilmembers vote 6-1 not to seek an appeal of last week's ruling over its open records violation.
- Farm Bureau gives much back to individual communites CLINTON -- Area officials are hoping an increased interest with young famers will assist in the future of farming. According to the United States Department of Agriculture most recent preliminary census results, in 2012 there were 2.1 million farms i
- County asking drivers to alleviate road damage CLINTON -- Clinton County Engineer Todd Kinney is asking local truck drivers to help avoid extensive damage to "softer" county roads. Kinney said the substantial number of below-freezing days this winter can damage county roads. While some damage can
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