CLINTON — Presidential hopeful Joe Biden will return to Clinton Tuesday, and Tom Steyer will speak with Clinton voters Friday.
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CLINTON — From the Missouri to the Mississippi, thousands of cyclists ride river to river across Iowa every July in the Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa. In 2020, RAGBRAI riders will meet the Mississippi in Clinton.
The Iowa Legislature is considering a bill that would prevent governmental agencies from charging citizens a fee to determine whether they’re entitled to see documents in the agency’s possession.
DEWITT — Last weekend’s storm might not rank high in the “storm of the century” category, but it might rank right up there as one of the top road-clearing conundrums for DeWitt’s snowplow brigade.
FULTON, Ill. — The Jan. 29 Wild Winter Wednesdays at the Windmill Cultural Center program will be presented by Matt Vegh, a representative of Pangaea International Academy.
DEWITT — Dave Iglehart, of Davenport, will present a travelogue covering a unique trip he and his wife, Peg, took to the Arctic Circle recently.
CAMANCHE — Clinton Regional Development Corp. President and CEO Erin Cole updated the Camanche City Council on Tuesday about the CRDC’s recent efforts in the city.
The Iowa Attorney General’s office saw a spike in complaints last year from mobile-home owners, some of whom faced drastic increases in their rent.
CLINTON — Roxanne Howard of Clinton hadn’t seen Andrew Yang in person before Thursday. That’s why she showed up at Eagle Point Park Lodge to hear the presidential candidate speak.
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CAMANCHE — Camanche Police Chief Colin Reid has seen his department with as few as four officers, and believes the addition of multiple officers to the department, which will reach nine officers next month, has increased the department’s productivity.
CLINTON — Three residents have applied for the 3rd Ward seat on the Clinton City Council, City Clerk Lisa Frederick told the mayor and City Council on Tuesday.
It is exciting to be back at the Capitol, and we are ready to get started on many of the issues we have heard about from constituents over the past several months.
A bipartisan bill introduced in the Iowa Legislature Tuesday would upend a longstanding National Collegiate Athletic Association rule that prevented college athletes nationwide from earning money off their name, face and likeness.
DES MOINES — A new bill going through the Iowa Legislature would allow Emergency Medical Technicians to carry a firearm if they are a part of a police tactical team.
Airlines might soon be able to turn away cats, rabbits and all animals other than dogs that passengers try to bring with them in the cabin.
CLINTON — Area quilters are invited to participate in the National Quilt of Valor Sew Day to be held at Keeping You Sewing fabric store in Clinton on Feb.1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Typically at this time of year, a trail of auger holes in the Mississippi River ice maps the travels of hardy winter anglers that are in pursuit of that elusive big fish. However, recent warm temperatures have resulted in open water in many areas and disappointed the ice fishing enthusiast.
CLINTON — The River Arts Center will be open for a huge sale of art and art supplies, including framed and unframed prints, mats, frames, art books and art supplies.
CLINTON — Clinton County Parkinson’s Support group will hold its monthly meeting Saturday, Feb. 8 at the new location, Zion Lutheran Church, 439 Third Ave. South, Clinton.
CLINTON — Two Clinton County residents have won the United Way of Clinton County, Iowa Winter Getaway Giveaway, with first prize winner Cathy Marx having the prize choice of either $1,000 cash or accommodation at Scottsdale Camelback Resort in Arizona, valued at $1,400.
CLINTON — Clinton County will proceed with using general obligation bonds to cover multiple countywide projects, after action taken by the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
A squirrel finds food in the snow beneath a tree in Chancy Park Tuesday. The National Weather Service predicts up to three more inches of snow for the Clinton area from Wednesday night through Friday night, with temperatures in the 30s.
OTTUMWA — Opioids have been the focus of much of the federal effort to fight drug abuse in recent years, raising concerns for some that the effort deprived states with serious meth problems the funding to continue that fight.
CLINTON — MercyOne Clinton Medical Center will offer a new session of its lifestyle medicine education program, the Complete Health Improvement Program, starting Thursday, Jan. 30.
CAMANCHE- The Camanche City Council will hold a budget workshop this week, with focuses on the fire department and ambulance services and public works and street departments.
FULTON, Ill. — In an effort to stem the expansion of video gaming, the City of Fulton will decrease the number of Class A liquor licenses by one if a downtown business surrenders its license.
- Camanche man wins $60,000
- Clinton lands Iowa Great Places grant
- Sheley granted pretrial release in felony drug case
- Fulton's dispensary preparing for recreational pot sales
- Chief: Camanche officer increase has paid off
- Nelson to celebrate 90th
- Top-ranked River Hawks' confidence is key
- Kinkaid motivated for sophomore campaign
- River Hawks impress in Friday sweep
- District finds buyer for Lyons Middle School