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CLINTON — MaC 94.7, The Clinton LumberKings, Fulton Steak and Ribs and other participating sponsors recently named Ron Ayers the “River Cities Father of the Year.”

FULTON, Ill. — Two years after Unity Christian School consolidated its two buildings into one, Unity's former elementary school will be torn down this fall and the land put up for sale.

CLINTON — YWCA Clinton will be free and open to the public today through July 22 to kick off the July release of their Les Mills fitness classes.

FULTON, Ill. — A benefit for Jeg Weets will be from 1 to 10 p.m. July 21 at King Pins Saloon and Dance Hall in Fulton.

CLINTON — The Clinton County Board of Supervisors is seeking volunteers to serve on a regional housing board.

MORRISON, Ill. — Whiteside County, Illinois officials have seen a boom in solar energy farm projects in the past 12 months, and this week will consider a request for a possible project along Frog Pond Road in Fulton, Illinois.

CLINTON — Jennifer Graf is the 2018-2019 Rotary Club of Clinton president.

DEWITT — When Central DeWitt School District students return to school in the fall, they’ll be met by purple and gold window coverings sporting Sabers logos.


CLINTON —Take a leap off the beaten path to discover an art gallery without walls at the Clinton Community College Bickelhaupt Arboretum during Arts at the Arb 2018.

FULTON, Ill. — The River City Quilt Guild will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Presbyterian Church in Fulton. Beth Ellicot will give a presentation on crazy quilts, and the history and future of this unique form of quilting.


Rufus Kruse was born on May 8, 1921 in Clinton County to Ferdinand and Anna (Vogt) Kruse of the Goose Lake/Charlotte area.


CLINTON — What started as a state mandate to address building codes a decade ago may be the reason fire statistics are dropping in Clinton.


CLINTON — The Clinton County Fair began Wednesday and will run through Sunday, with several events upcoming for today through the final day.


CLINTON — The Clinton County Law Center is approaching 50 percent completion with a targeted completion for April.

CLINTON — Monday's Rotary Club of Clinton meeting is set to feature an appearance by a Hawkeye football great.

FREEPORT, Ill. — A gala celebrating Timber Lake Playhouse will occur this month.


FULTON, Ill. — Walking up to the Andresen Nature Center this week, it's hard to avoid the gaggle of school-age children — especially in the middle of their experiments.

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CLINTON — The Alliant Energy Foundation announced Thursday multiple grant awards coming to Clinton County groups through the Hometown Safety program.

THOMSON, Ill. — Applications for the special deer hunt at Lost Mound are still available.

CLINTON — Clinton residents who live in a certain area of town may soon see tax relief for new construction.


DEWITT — Georgia Peach spent Wednesday readying herself for the Clinton County Fair.


CLINTON — The recipients of the 2018 scholarships from Mount St. Clare Charitable Education Trust were recently notified of their successful application. A total of 65 scholarships were awarded among the more than 100 eligible applicants. The total amount of scholarships awarded was $163,500.

CLINTON — After lengthy discussion about the Massage Establishments and Fats, Oils and Grease ordinances over the past months, one councilman was concerned Tuesday with waiving first and second readings.


CAMANCHE — The Camanche Fire Department recently purchased new personal protective equipment for all firefighters and EMS personnel.

CLINTON — The Board of Directors of both the Clinton County Development Association and the Palo Alto County Gaming Development Corp. will meet from 4 to 9 p.m. July 14 at the Wild Rose Casino and Resort, Clinton.

CLINTON — “American Idol on ABC” Season 1 winner Maddie Poppe will perform at the Wild Rose Casino & Resort on Sept. 22.

MORRISON, Ill. — Whiteside County 4-H’ers have been working throughout the year on their projects and are preparing to have them judged at the 4-H shows July 13 and 14 at the Whiteside County Fairgrounds in Morrison.

DEWITT — Recent survey results released by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach found that 55 percent of Iowa’s farmland is rented, mostly by cash rent arrangement.


OAK BROOK, Ill. — Elkay, an American-owned and operated manufacturer of drinking fountains and bottling filling stations, has announced the winners of its Lanark/Savanna scholarship program.

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