- LUMBERKINGS Seager doesn't mind the shadows CLINTON — If Justin Seager felt it was a struggle just to try to keep up with his brothers, you couldn’t blame him.After all, having an older brother who just played in Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game and a younger brother who started for the U
Railpark update meeting slated
CLINTON — Since the last Lincolnway Railpark work session — May 21 of last year — a lot has changed.When McClure Engineering, city leaders and members of the Clinton Regional Development Corporation (CRDC) sat down at the Ericksen Community Center la
- Appeals court sides with doctor CLINTON — The Iowa Court of Appeals has denied an appeal filed by Medical Associates, siding with a Clinton doctor who was awarded $98,312 in July 2013.Medical Associates filed a breach of contract lawsuit in late 2011 against Dr. Christopher Martin,
- Goals demanding but not unreachable CLINTON — A month before the Clinton School Board finalized its 2014-15 goals on Monday, Superintendent Deb Olson set the objectives in motion. This year, that includes continuing the district’s upward-swinging graduation rate, though the board means
Not your typical July
July is typically associated with blazing hot temperatures, drought-like conditions and is the ideal month for summer weather lovers.
- Muskies avoid Clinton sweep CLINTON—The Clinton River Kings struggled against the Muscatine Muskies on Senior Night at Ashford University Field, falling to the Muskies 7-1.Clinton (14-20) had taken two games from Muscatine (20-14) on Monday night, but struggled offensively Tues
- Irish season ends CALAMUS — After winning the program’s first postseason game in six years, Prince of Peace’s season ended Tuesday in the same fashion that it defeated Easton Valley. Lone Tree center fielder Travis Gillham hit a walk-off three-run home run to enforce
- Wage study nears completion CLINTON — Results of an ongoing study into Clinton County wages are expected by the end of August.Human Resources Consultant Paul Greufe has been working on a wage study for more than a year at the direction of the Clinton County Board of Supervisors
9th Ave. North flood gates
According to a press release from the city of Clinton, the flood gates at the 9th Avenue North boat ramp are being opened tomorrow
Crop diseases concern farmers
This month, high winds, severe thunderstorms and flash flooding were all enough for Gov. Terry Branstad to make disaster proclamations for portions of eastern Iowa. Clinton County mostly avoided the intense conditions, though Jackson and Scott counties (north and south of Clinton, respectively) drew the state's attention.
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