Wagner Pharmacy adapts to new technology
Looking ahead to the future, Wagner Pharmacy has taken on an unorthodox method to distributing pharmaceuticals, the first of its kind in the state of Iowa, and one of few in the country.
- Clinton student earns honor CLINTON -- For 16-year-old Cyrus Colah, music is a family tradition. Both Cyrus' mother and grandmother taught lessons on piano. At age 5, he began piano lessons with a teacher, not his mother. Now the Clinton High senior has been named the Clinton S
Discovery Center alters weather policy
Officials at the Felix Adler Children’s Discovery Center on Thursday reviewed its policy regarding operational hours during inclement winter weather.
- Snow can deter public safety efforts CLINTON -- Snow removal has seemed like a never-ending story this year for area residents, but in some cases, not removing could be a lingering matter on public safety. Most cities have ordinances in place requiring residents to remove snow and ice f
- Emergency leads to a change of heart Today is the fourth in a series of articles, published each Thursday, focusing on February's American Heart Month. MORRISON, Ill. -- It was a quiet Thursday night, about an hour after having dinner at a nearby restaurant, that Randy Betts began to no
5 things to know about the Powerball jackpot
Wednesday's Powerball drawing carries an estimated $400 million jackpot. If no one matches all the numbers, the prize potential will grow before the next drawing on Saturday. Here are five things you should know about Powerball payouts and your odds of winning.
Will smart guns transform the gun industry?
One of California's largest firearm stores recently added a peculiar new gun to its shelves. It requires an accessory: a black waterproof watch.
Clinton and the Oval Office
Joan Turner remembers when her grandmother took her to see Harry S. Truman waving from the back of a train in the mid-1940s, just as World War II was ending. Jan Hansen was at the Clinton County Courthouse in 2000 when Vice President Al Gore, a presidential hopeful, celebrated his wife’s birthday.
Broken water lines? What are the chances?
Several people sent me mail they received about January 25-30, 2014, from HomeServe USA. The mail contained notification about lack of water service line coverage on the homeowner’s property. HomeServe USA offered what amounts to an insurance policy
Clinton couple married nearly 70 years
Recalling the memories of childhood can often be a difficult task for some people, but for Sam McKenrick, the memories of his days as a young boy are vivid images in his mind.
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