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CLINTON — Citizens First Bank will provide free personal document shredding to the community next weekend.

CLINTON— A trial date has been set for an appeal from Beaver Development V, Inc., which argues the Board of Review should not have upheld classifications to properties made by the then city of Clinton Assessor.

DEWITT — An economic summit will be held next week in DeWitt.

MAQUOKETA — The Ohnward Fine Arts Center in Maquoketa is hosting “The Odd Couple,” a female version of the famous performance.

CLINTON— A man previously found guilty of murder in 2008 is now seeking pretrial release in anticipation of a new trial.


CAMANCHE — The Camanche School District continues to contemplate whether it wants to acquire the Kids First Academy building.


ROCK FALLS, Ill. — The Whiteside County Airport will host an Aviation Career Day and Airport Open House from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday to inspire the next generation of pilots and aviation professionals.

MAQUOKETA — Friends of Jackson County Conservation is holding a native wildflower seed sale this fall to help people obtain native species. Seed packets for sale include poke milkweed, rose milkweed, New England aster, heart-leaved aster, sweet cicely, columbine, wild geranium, Virginia blue…

CLINTON — Clinton County Area Solid Waste Agency employees currently do not contribute anything toward their health insurance. Whether they should – and also whether they should become county employees – were points of discussion at Thursday's CCASWA board meeting.


CLINTON — LyondellBasell Clinton Complex employees and their families renovated two local school playgrounds, Camanche Elementary School and Bluff Elementary School, on Global Care Day. Now in its 19th year, the event encourages LyondellBasell staff around the world to collectively participa…

CLINTON — The Clinton Human Rights Commission is accepting nominations for the 14th annual Human Rights Award, which will be given to a person or group in the Clinton area who embodies the spirit of human rights.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — More than 5 million people have positively changed their financial future through Ramsey Solutions’ Financial Peace University.


CLINTON — The Felix Adler Children’s Discovery Center is swinging into September with warm weather fun. On WOW Wednesday, learn about the kind-hearted Johnny Appleseed. Then, explore the refurbished Safari-themed golf course at Funtime Friday. Each of these programs is free with museum admis…


MORRISON, Ill. — Most days, Morrison's Main Street is like any other that runs through a town's business district – a strip of concrete and asphalt whose purpose is to move traffic from Point A to Point B.

MORRISON, Ill. — Odell Public Library invites residents to attend “In French Fiddle Tunes and Tall Tales: The Creole Story of the Illinois Country” from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.


CLINTON — A once-downtrodden structure at the west end of Clinton has new life, and is set to welcome its second tenant.

CLINTON – Sitting rather unassumingly adjacent to U.S. 30 west of town are 345 acres of land that could be vital to the Gateway-area economy.

CLINTON — Clinton Community College and the Sisters of St. Francis Franciscan Peace Center will host a CHINA Town Hall meeting in partnership with the National Committee on United States-China Relations on Oct. 9.

CLINTON — As the city of Clinton welcomes Chinese students to the community’s new Pangaea International Academy, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges and its Clinton Community College are working to provide classes for those who wish to learn more about the country of China.


CLINTON —The daily trip that Adam Pope, Clinton’s solid waste equipment operator, makes to Davenport and back is a sign the city’s single-stream recycling program is working.

LAWRENCE, Mass. — Safety crews combed block-by-block across three Boston suburban communities Friday in search of gas leaks that erupted into explosions a day earlier, killing one person, injuring 25 others and setting more than 70 homes ablaze.

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CLINTON — The Clinton County Board of Supervisors will hear updates from two local organizations next week.


FULTON, Ill. — A three-story building constructed at Illinois 84 and 16th Avenue in Fulton is now home to some new residents. 

BETTENDORF — Local volunteers with Animal Advocates QC are recognizing National Puppy Mill Awareness Month by hosting a free viewing of the documentary "Dog By Dog," followed by discussion on the nation’s puppy mill issue.

One of the more common free money offers is back in circulation, targeting folks who want to believe it’s time for them to get a lucky break. Instead, this “reward” will only turn out to enrich some scammer. Becky Nestruz of Camanche tells the story better than I can, and is willing to share…


FULTON, Ill. — The city of Fulton will not partner in any way with the Drives Historic Building Committee or any other private-public partnerships for the renovation, maintenance or operation of the Drives Building based on council action this summer.


CLINTON — A Clinton man already being held at the Iowa State Penitentiary in Fort Madison has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder in reference to the deaths of two men in March 2017. 

FULTON, Ill — Fulton has added another restaurant to its roster of food venues. This restaurant is called Fulton Steak and Ribs and is owned by David James.


DEWITT — A panel discussion presented by the Franciscan Peace Center will focus on racism in the United States.

CLINTON — A Clinton man will be incarcerated for an indeterminate term not to exceed 10 years for a felony drug charge, according to a plea agreement filed between the parties.

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