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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.
Efforts to lift partially sunken towboat continue
The towboat partially submerged in the Mississippi River has been raised about 7 feet and crews are planning to slowly pull it completely out of the water soon.
Sawmill Museum decks the halls
The season of holiday cheer and goodwill among all has arrived, and to give families an opportunity to experience the joys of Christmas, the Sawmill Museum in Clinton has a series of family friendly programs planned for December.
Council pieces together funds for road projects, developments
By this time next year, 19th Avenue North will run through the Lyons Business and Technology Park, opening the park for more development.
- Award honors businessman's contributions to Clinton CLINTON -- Gil Janes' dedication to making Clinton a better place was unending, especially for someone who wasn't from Clinton, those who knew him said. In turn for his tireless efforts, the city of Clinton bestowed Janes with the inaugural Mayor's
- Signs to commemorate service CLINTON -- The city of Clinton officially decided to honor one group of Clinton residents and is working its way toward honoring another. During its Tuesday meeting, the Clinton City Council finalized the resolution to give Riverview Drive the comme
Biologist to speak at Fulton program
FULTON, Ill. -- A field biologist will talk about birding adventures next week in Fulton. Kelly McKay, field biologist from Hampton, Ill., will tell of his bird adventures during a 2003-04 Marathon Christmas Bird Count from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at
Board of Supervisors Meeting Watch
The Clinton County Board of Supervisors met Monday. The following occurred: • The board approved Information Technology employee Betsy Smith's recommendation to upgrade fiber TLS from 100 Megabits per seconds to 1 Gigabit per second. • The board aut
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