- Camanche kicks off its Hall weekend By Jon Gremmels Herald Sports Editor Camanche kicks off its Hall weekend
- YWCA seeks Women of Achievement CLINTON -- Nominations for this year's Women of Achievement awards are now being accepted. The 41st annual edition of the awards honor women and businesses in the community. The deadline for nominations is Feb. 21. Forms can be accessed online at www
- Campaign begins for lights display CAMANCHE -- Although Christmas has come and gone, the Parks and Recreation board of Camanche has begun pushing a new campaign to "Light our Town," with city-wide Christmas light displays. It's been four years since Camanche has featured Christmas lig
- Fulton could see food on wheels FULTON, Ill. -- Mobile food businesses could come to Fulton. The Fulton City Council this week chose to authorize City Attorney Bill Shirk to look into developing an ordinance for mobile food stands. The current business ordinance defines a business
- Turning back the clock CLINTON — The 1920s were in full swing Tuesday, as residents and staff celebrated the 100th anniversary kickoff party at the Alverno in Clinton. Residents and community members had the opportunity to travel back in time during the party, as they expl
- Farr donation aids smoke-detector project CAMANCHE -- A recent donation in the memory of Richard Farr has helped continue a long-standing program through the Camanche Fire Department. The donation allows the department to purchase more smoke detectors. A majority of the project is funded by
Gaming grant applications available
Fund A grant applications are now available through the Clinton County Development Association.
Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.
Dozens of people gathered Sunday to celebrate and honor the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr.
- Fire department receives grant CLINTON -- The Clinton Fire Department recently received a donation from Iowa American Water. The American Water Charitable Foundation, a non-profit organization created by American Water, presented a $6,000 to the fire department. Clinton Fire Chief
- Teenage media men During WWII, cities needed radio and newspaper men, but found few, because most of the men were off fighting the Second World War. Women were going into some jobs, such as railroad work, but this had not yet occurred with the media in big numbers. So
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