- 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
- Journeying to Alaska CAMANCHE -- Leaving behind the books and backpacks, Camanche Middle School teacher Erin Montgomery will soon embark on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity -- a chance to become the 2015 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail. On Jan. 8, Montgomery learned that s
Supervisors not optimistic for gas tax
A resolution urging state leaders to support the road use tax was passed by Clinton County Supervisors early this week.
- Beanie Babies billionaire could get time CHICAGO (AP) -- The billionaire creator of Beanie Babies will soon learn whether he'll have to spend up to five years in prison for evading taxes on $25 million in income. H. Ty Warner's sentencing on Tuesday will also give him a chance to apologize
- Study: Thinking positive helps migraine drug work WASHINGTON (AP) -- Talk about mind over matter: A quirky new study suggests patients' expectations can make a big difference in how they feel after treatment for a migraine. Boston researchers recruited 66 migraine patients in an attempt to quantify
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