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Starbucks coming to Clinton Hy-Vee
Coffee shop part of a store-wide seven-month renovation.
Meth manufacturing leads to prison time for Camanche man
CLINTON -- A Camanche man will serve as much as 10 years in prison for manufacturing methamphetamine in a home with two juvenile children. District Court Judge Mark Lawson sentenced Brandon Green to no more than 10 years in prison for conspiracy to m
Man charged with attempted murder in Jackson County
A man has been charged with attempted murder in Jackson County.
Study to affect multiple cities
CLINTON -- Local officials will gather with great interest in March when the results of a pertinent six-month study are unveiled. The information they receive will help inform what steps need to be taken to upgrade the U.S. 30 corridor to mee
- Supervisor to run for Iowa Senate CLINTON -- While Brian Schmidt has enjoyed his first term on the Clinton County Board of Supervisors, he will not seek re-election in November. Instead, he will run for Iowa State Senate, representing the 49th District. Schmidt on Thursday revealed h
- United Way meets mark CLINTON -- There was plenty of applause to go around Thursday during the United Way annual meeting at Rastrelli's restaurant. And for good reason -- the Clinton County chapter met its goal by 101 percent. The 2013 campaign contributions show that the
- Competition continues in Alaska CLINTON -- A Camanche Middle School teacher is currently in Alaska, competing to be named the 2015 Iditarod Teacher on the Trail. As previously reported by the Herald, Erin Montgomery learned in January that she was one of three finalists for the tea
- Canticle preps for Lenten retreat CLINTON -- A Lenten retreat will be held at the Canticle in March. The retreat, which is open to the public, begins with check-in at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, March 22, and continues until 4 p.m. Overnight accommodations are available. The title of the ret
- New courses added FULTON, Ill. -- Fulton High School will offer four new courses next school year. The River Bend Board of Education approved a proposal for the addition of four classes to the 2014-15 course descriptions during a meeting this week. An advanced placeme
VIDEO: Councilmembers dispel conflict of interest claims
Councilmen Ed O'Neill and John Rowland refute conflict of interest allegations during Tuesday's Clinton City Council meeting. Both were named in a memo regarding the city's discussion to appeal the Citizens for Open Government court ruling.
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