- Man accidentally sets self on fire CLINTON -- The condition is unknown for a homeless man who accidentally set himself on fire Saturday night. University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City staff were unable Wednesday to release the condition of Eric Manning, 33. Clinton Police
- Anxiety linked to higher risk DALLAS -- New prevention guidelines, programs to control blood pressure, getting more people to access cardiac rehab services and a possible link between digestive bacteria and heart disease risk are included in a recap of last year's top cardiovascu
Ashford to lose nine positions
CLINTON — Bridgepoint Education is eliminating 117 positions nationwide, with a few reductions at Ashford University in Clinton.
Kings rout Wildcats again
Clinton routed Davenport North for the third time this season, winning 75-45 in the boys basketball game Friday night.
River Hawks win on Meier's basket
Lizzie Meier scored in the final seconds Friday to give Easton Valley a 37-36 win over Prince of Peace in girls basketball.
Easton Valley boys roll over Irish
Easton Valley improved to 12-2 on Friday, handing Prince of Peace a 70-32 loss in Tri-Rivers Conference boys basketball.
Freshman duo lead North past Queens
North freshmen Jaciana Stowers and Jinaya Houston combined for 58 points in an 83-59 girls basketball win Friday at Clinton.
Great matchups expected at Ottens Shootout
Fulton AD Josh Knuth is excited about the five-game schedule for today's Eric Ottens Shootout in boys basketball.
Jones provides lift for Clinton win
Jalen Jones fueled a second-half rally that sent Clinton past Pleasant Valley 53-46 on Friday in Mississippi Athletic Conference boys basketball.
Coaches excited about football changes
Area football coaches in Iowa Class 3A and Iowa Class 4A prepare to face the challenges of district football.
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