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Kinser salary increase on the agenda
CLINTON -- Seven months into the new term, the Clinton City Council has avoided closed session. Tuesday’s regular meeting, however, features two topics that likely will move into a closed meeting.First, city leaders will discuss “pending or imminent
Clinton woman suffers gunshot wound
A woman suffered a gunshot wound today in Clinton.
- Academy encourages informed citizens CLINTON — The city of Clinton is encouraging citizens to pay more mind of their local government. Through the city’s inaugural Citizen’s Academy, Clinton’s leaders hope to give people a better understanding of how the city works.City clerk Pat Van Lo
- Director seeks new system CLINTON — With concerns about an aging radio system and unsatisfactory coverage in the west end of the county, the Clinton County E-911 Board is considering some communications projects. Communications Director Eric Dau informed the board this week t
- Dozens seek Fund B grants CLINTON — More than three dozen applications will be considered for Fund B grants from the Clinton County Development Association.CCDA Secretary Jennifer Rogers reported Wednesday to having received 40 applications, requesting a total of $1.2 million
- Back on the river CLINTON — Though the official start of summer came nearly a month ago, boaters have had few chances at navigating the area’s main summertime staple — the Mississippi River.That time has finally arrived. After months of battling high waters, dangerous
Police arrest woman for car break ins
A 21-year-old woman was arrested for three charges of burglary to a motor vehicle after witnesses told Clinton police they observed her entering multiple vehicles in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Board cites Clinton doctor for Medicaid violations
A Clinton doctor has been cited for Medicaid billing violations.
Gorzney named queen (with VIDEO)
DEWITT — Marie Gorzney said it always caught her attention whenever the notice was put out looking for Clinton County Fair Queen pageant participants. This year, the 2013 Calamus-Wheatland High School graduate decided it was time to go after it.“I’ve
- Supervisors update progress at fair trek DEWITT — Every year, the Clinton County Board of Supervisors spend a day at the Clinton County Fair, visiting with their constituents in the county and on Thursday, they did just that.Hosting their regular board meeting inside the fairgrounds has bee
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