CFOG trial date pushed back
CLINTON -- How much the city's violations of the Open Records law will cost and who will be financially responsible remains unclear after two hours of negotiations between the city of Clinton and the Citizens for Open Government ended in a stalemate
- Officials strive to create justice coordinator job description CLINTON -- The Clinton County Justice Coordinating Commission and the county's Board of Supervisors are moving forward in trying to fill the justice coordinator position left empty by Brian McKenrick. The two groups met this week to agree on a job de
Report: Clinton Council violated Open Records law
CLINTON — The city of Clinton violated Iowa's Open Records law when it refused to disclose records from closed session meetings regarding a 2009 EMS lawsuit and has to release records relating to the case, a judge decided Monday.
Several eye local judge position
CLINTON -- More than a dozen people have submitted applications for the appointment as district court judge for the Seventh Judicial District. With the resignation of Judge Gary D. McKenrick, a vacancy must be filled in the district, which includes S
Community planning for middle school the future
CLINTON -- With months to go before Clinton's new middle school is complete, a newly formed community group is already thinking of ways to raise funds to add an auditorium at the school. Nearly 15 people have joined forces to form the Clinton Fine
Courts: Deferred judgment in assault case
CLINTON -- A Wheatland man received a deferred judgment for assaulting his wife. Terry D. Hagg, 45, of Wheatland, pleaded guilty to domestic abuse assault and was ordered to complete 12 months of probation. He also must pay a $625 civil penalty, com
NaNoWriMo: Pushing the Pen
CLINTON -- For the 15th consecutive year, writers from across the globe have been challenging themselves to produce 50,000 words within 30 days as part of National Novel Writing Month. For the first year, the Clinton Public Library is offering its r
Council moves forward with possible outsourcing of solid waste services
CLINTON — City officials are one step closer to developing a request for proposal (RFP) for solid waste services for the city of Clinton.
City OKs purchase of land next to Eagle Point Park
CLINTON — City officials approved a payment of $100,000 for property connected to Eagle Point Park that was seized by the city through the use of eminent domain.
- Wrongful imprisonment case goes back to court CLINTON -- The Iowa Supreme Court ruled Friday that a Clinton man will receive another hearing for wrongful imprisonment. The Supreme Court agreed with a district court's ruling in November 2012 that said David DeSimone can be ruled wrongfully impris
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