- Clinton resident places 3rd By Amy Kent Herald Staff Writer McDonnell earns $1,700 scholarship Clinton resident places 3rd
Honoring the Flag (with VIDEOS)
CAMANCHE -- Area veterans and community members gathered together Saturday at Rose Hill Cemetery to retire worn American flags and honor Flag Day. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9664 Commander Glenn Williams was satisfied with how the 30-minute ceremo
Father's Day cards make subjects the targets of jokes
There's a good chance if you receive — or give — a Father's Day card this weekend, Dad will be portrayed as a flatulent, beer-obsessed, tool-challenged buffoon who would rather hog the remote, go fishing or play golf than be with the kids.
No one is against devoted dads
Father's Day is Sunday, which means that it's time for pundits and politicians to scold the American public - with special ire reserved for black members of the American public - for our supposed indifference to the wonder and awe of fatherhood.
- Retailers at the ready dad's day By Amy Kent Herald Staff Writer Retailers at the ready dad's day
- Bill Randall and Jon Stolley CLINTON -- Bill Randall and Jon Stolley both say they are not heroes, but Sally Judge will always be grateful for the help they gave her mother last week. "If they hadn't taken that one extra step, God knows what would have happened," Judge said. "Th
- Birtell ready to tackle next chapter in her life CLINTON -- Today's Amy Birtell is as straightforward as they come. Clinton molded her. She didn't mince her words when Clinton City Council members blamed the library's governing board for the Lyons library branch closure in March, a self-described d
- Renaissance re-opens doors CLINTON -- Renaissance has returned to Clinton and consumers are delighted to see the business revived. Originally opened in 1998 by Marilee Hilgendorf, Renaissance was one of the first consignment retail stores in the city. At the time, Goodwill did
- D&K Marine opens doors in Camanche CAMANCHE -- Don Saiter has a passion for boats and for 12 years he fulfilled that passion by repairing them at the Fulton, Illinois marina. Now, however, after the city of Fulton denied his request to purchase the building he conducted his business o
Canyon hosts bluegrass concert
FULTON, Ill. -- After a successful trial run that exceeded any and all expectations, the Fulton Bluegrass Festival is back at it and ready to rock the canyon once again. The second Fulton Bluegrass Festival will take place from noon to 6 p.m. June 21
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