- A life filled with dance CLINTON — Most of Kimberlin Richardson’s life has been filled with dance.The 21-year-old Clinton resident has spent more than a decade of dancing at Carousel School of Dance. She also participated in the Gateway Ballet Company for 10 years. For the p
- Swim clubs help spread awareness CLINTON — Swimming clubs across the world on Friday will hold a mass swimming lesson. Clinton’s own River City Aquatics club will join in the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson, to help build awareness about the importance of teaching children how to sw
Farm infection a 'double whammy' (with VIDEOS)
LONG GROVE — Less than a week into the picking season, a Long Grove farm has already lost a substantial portion of a strawberry yield to an unconfirmed cause.Horticulturalists believe the second flush of berries at the Pride of the Wapsi fields may be in
- The big screen CLINTON — Discount days have arrived at the Cinema Entertainment Corp. (CEC) Clinton 8 Theatre and staff and management teams are gearing up for what they expect to be a busy season.As part of the corporate “Seven Family Films for Seven Weeks” campai
- 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
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