Seven-year-old Max Kaczinski, son of Jason and Molly Kaczinski, gets a water workout with Koko at Riverview Swimming Pool on Tuesday night during the annual Bow Wow Luau.
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Railpark land zoning up for debate
CLINTON -- The Lincolnway Industrial Railpark currently covers about 500 acres of land along U.S. 30. The master plan, though, covers nearly the entire westward region of the city. That area was the subject of this week's Plan Commission session. CliContinued ...
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Harden's success extends to studies
Herald Staff Report CLINTON -- When Nate Harden qualified for the Iowa high school state swimming meet this winter, he became just the second Clinton High School athlete to compete at a state postseason event in four different sports. But, his succeContinued ...
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Waning winter weather
CLINTON -- Spring is on its way and while most Clinton residents are ready to see the flowers bloom, it could mean some major changes to the region's ecosystem. Temperatures are expected to rise in the next few months and with that rise the Mighty MiContinued ...
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Strong fourth quarter announced
CLINTON -- CFB Holding Company, the parent organization for Citizens First Bank, held its annual shareholders' meeting Feb. 19, at the bank's main facility at 1442 Lincoln Way in Clinton. Attendees were welcomed by Board of Directors Chairman Bart BaContinued ...
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We must work together to prevent gun violence
Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, a national coalition of 50 denominations and faith-based organizations, will celebrate the second annual Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath on March 13-16, which will include prayer events from coast to coast. OrgaContinued ...
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AP Exclusive: Man said to create bitcoin denies it
Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto said Thursday that he is not the creator of bitcoin, adding further mystery to the story of how the world's most popular digital currency came to be.Continued ...
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Convicted Davenport developer arrives at SD prison
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Last public hearing set over ancient Ill. site
A group is closing out its public comment period on a push to get an ancient southwestern Illinois historical site designated as a national park.Continued ...
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School board surveying former families of district
The Clinton Community School Board has begun surveying families who have open enrolled out of the district, according to school board member Eric Gettes.Continued ...
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