- New event cruises into Clinton CLINTON — Three Gateway-area locations are joining together in August for a river heritage event.The event will be held Aug. 3 and will feature a Blue Heron river cruise, a Sawmill Museum tour and a de Immigrant Windmill tour in Fulton, Illinois. The
- Ashford director appointed to commission CLINTON —The Ashford University campus director has been appointed to a volunteer commission.Charlie Minnick, vice president/campus director of Ashford University, has been appointed by Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad to the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Ser
Summer lunch menus (July 21 to 25)
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- Ax throw, log climb at Adirondack lumberjack class PAUL SMITHS, N.Y. — Ax throwing is encouraged in lumberjack class. It’s also OK to dump your classmate in the lake — as long as you’re both frantically trying to stay upright on a floating log.The annual Adirondack Woodsmen’s School is being held thi
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- Plenty of collectibles available at auction CLINTON — A nice walnut table hit a high mark of $95 at a recent auction. A small chest freeze sold for $82.50 and the electric stove heated up for $85. A window air conditioner kept everyone cool with a bid of $45, lawn chairs sold for $20, the Plan
- Fair to display talent show DEWITT — Children and adults next weekend in DeWitt will compete for an opportunity to participate in the Iowa State Fair.The Bill Riley Talent Search will be held at 2 p.m. July 20 at the Clinton County Fair in DeWitt. The show is open to the public
- Students attend national FBLA conference in Nashville CLINTON — Area students recently attended a national leadership conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Five members of the Clinton High School Future Business Leaders of America and 12 Phi Beta Lambda members from Ashford University attended the Nationa
- DNR Eco exhibit now at Sawmill CLINTON — A mobile education exhibit is now available at the Sawmill Museum.Through the Sawmill Museum’s EnviroStewardship camp, the museum is hosting Iowa DNR’s “Cause and Effect: Your Eco Story” mobile education exhibit. The trailer will be availab
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