A lone protester shouting about the Middle East interrupted the hearing. Just as Sen. John Kerry completed his prepared testimony, the woman began shouting about the Middle East and was escorted from the room.
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Plans taking shape for county satellite offices
DEWITT — With phase two of the Clinton County satellite offices well under way, the county's Board of Supervisors and building maintenance department are now discussing their future and pushing forward with phase three of the project a new parking lo
- Contest draws attention to healthy living CLINTON -- "Let's live healthy, Clinton!" is a new campaign slogan created to motivate the city of Clinton and surrounding areas to get up, get out and get active. Driven by Mercy Medical Center and Genesis Health Systems, the "Let's Live Healthy, Cl
Couple appeals eminent domain compensation decision
CLINTON — The property owners whose land the city is taking through eminent domain to expand Eagle Point Park have filed an appeal.
- Miles man faces charges in crash WELTON -- Charges are pending against a Miles man who was involved in a hit and run accident on US 61 on Thursday. Jade D. Brenke, 36, of Miles, allegedly pulled out in front of a Ford sedan driven by Cole B. Clearman, 18, of Bettendorf while heade
Clinic options examined
CLINTON — A few options are off the table and a few more are on for the new health care clinic community leaders are trying to bring to Clinton. A group of 13 people met at The Canticle on Monday to discuss the options that still seem viable for Com
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Stagnant air prompts Iowa pollution warning
The Department of Natural Resources is warning of fine particle pollution across east-central Iowa that could be harmful to people with certain health conditions.
City officials control parking along 12th Street
Students and parents of Fulton High School as well as other Fulton residents living on 12th Street soon will need to find a new place to park their cars.
Officer joins Clinton police force
When Andrew Petersen went on a ride along with the Clinton Police Department after he graduated from high school, it didn’t scare him away from his goal of being a police officer. It drew him closer.
Kings 'most excited' for the new season
Although the River Kings will make their home debut tonight when they host Cedar Rapids Jefferson, the hype behind this 2013-14 season is already in full swing.
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