Local businesses busy in midst of season of the heart
Love is in the air and local retailers are doing what they can to cash in on the Valentine’s Day hubbub.
- Promoting a new product CLINTON -- A new business has joined the downtown district of Clinton and it features a one-of-a-kind product that can't be found anywhere else. Terry Beswick, an auto body parts retailer, repair man and new Clinton business owner, has established h
- Families can apply for Habitat project CLINTON -- Habitat for Humanity - Clinton County is looking for applicants for its next home to be built in 2015. Applicant families will be considered on three criteria which include: current housing situation is substandard or inadequate for the f
The life journey of Whiteside County native, John R. Huizenga
Dr. John R. Huizenga summarized his life in his memoir, "Fifty Decades of Scientific Research,” with this quote, “a life well lived.”
Local landlords organization celebrates milestone
The Clinton Landlords Association celebrated its 20th anniversary this year.
- CAST trivia night is Feb. 21 CLINTON -- The Clinton Area Showboat Theatre is holding a trivia night on Friday, Feb. 21. Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit the Showboat's educational intern program, summer camps for children and 2014 professional summer stock productions
- Looking into the past CLINTON -- Archivist Brad Wiles is looking to increase genealogy programing in the Clinton Public Library Root Cellar. The Root Cellar holds a variety of family and local histories, census records, county school records, land records, city directorie
Cram's 'Sunset Barn' wins Winter Photo Contest
Congratulations to Thomson resident Debbie Cram, winner of the Clinton Herald SmugMug Winter Photo Contest!
- Virus sweeping its way across state CLINTON Feeling feverish, coughing, sneezing and severe aches and pains in the body are all common symptoms of the influenza virus, but just because the symptoms are there doesn't mean the flu strain is. However, according to the Iowa Department of
Shop offers alternative to cigarettes
CLINTON — Having a quick cigarette break has taken on a whole new meaning in the 21st century, and one local business woman is doing her part to join the growing trend of electronic cigarettes.
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