- Cutting edge procedure Today is the second in a series of articles, published each Thursday, focusing on February's American Heart Month. CLINTON Dr. Ali Albaghdadi wants patients to have a better tomorrow. To help the recovery process along for individuals, Albaghdadi i
A room with a view: Library spruces up stained-glass windows
Stained-glass windows in the Clinton Public Library will be receiving a makeover thanks to a $30,000 grant from Union Pacific Railroad.
Schaver, Bush featured by Leno on 'Tonight'
For (potentially) unknown reasons, comedian Jay Leno hand-picked one Gateway couple for his all-time best headlines segment.
Runners brave cold, hit Clinton streets
Small snowflakes filled the Clinton sky Saturday as hundreds of people ran in the 33rd Annual B-rrry Scurry undeterred by the weather. To see photos of the event, click here.
MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Michelle Perino
Born and raised in Clinton, Michelle Perino hopes to allow people a glimpse into the past and gain a sense of pride for the community.
National Guard promotion shared at Clinton workplace
Production came to a standstill on Thursday at Rock Tenn in Clinton, not because of lack of work but rather to celebrate a lifetime achievement of one of their own.
- A very faithful journey CLINTON -- Serving at the Community Reformed Church for almost six years, the Rev. Bob Hoffman tries to be an active part of the Clinton community. "I really sense that the church needs to be involved in the community. That's where it's at," Bob, 62,
As world ages, immigration seen as big boost to US
Americans are among the least likely to be concerned about retirement security, or to view the growing number of older people as a major concern, a new global study finds.
County shoring up road safety
Federal law makers and state legislators are beginning a nationwide initiative for road safety with the aim of a new direction toward zero deaths.
Clinton School District faces shortfall
Lower enrollment numbers have created a $636,000 shortfall for the Clinton School District, forcing the board of education’s hand into making some tough decisions.
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