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WEST DES MOINES — Hy-Vee, Inc. has announced that all Hy-Vee pharmacy locations are now administering free COVID-19 vaccines to individuals ages 12 to 15, per the U.S. Food & Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recent approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech vacci…
CLINTON — A hearing is scheduled next week for motions in limine filed by prosecutors and defense counsel in connection with a robbery case.
The CDL Scrapbookers have donated $1,080 to Midwest Pets for Life. This was the eighth year the group made a donation to a charity after holding its scrapbooking event. This year the event was held at the community center in DeWitt. A record 40 women were in attendance from as far away as Wi…
CLINTON — Felix Adler Children’s Discovery Center will celebrate National Police Week with Clinton police officers this weekend.
CLINTON — Eastbound drivers will detour around 13th Avenue North and Springdale Drive when reconstruction of the intersection begins Monday.
DEWITT — From emergency service providers to outdoors groups, local organizations will receive monetary support for community-enhancing projects from the LincolnWay Community Foundation.
CLINTON — District Court Judge Patrick McElyea ordered a DeWitt man to serve two consecutive prison sentences in connection with a police pursuit and operating a vehicle without owner’s consent.
CLINTON — A Clinton woman was airlifted to Rockford, Illinois after sustaining injuries in a two-vehicle crash shortly before noon today in Whiteside County, Illinois.
CAMANCHE — The Camanche City Council approved a professional services agreement with Shive Hattery last week to proceed with phase three of the street improvement plan.
CLINTON — Cutting $3.2 million and finding $6 million in alternate funding will enable the Clinton School District to meet its construction budget for the new high school.
DES MOINES – The Iowa Democratic Party has announced honorees for its annual Hall of Fame celebration, including former U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack, who will be inducted as the 2021 Outstanding Elected Official.
BELLEVUE — Bellevue Police Chief Bud Schroeder was on special assignment. He escorted Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig, who was carrying a top-secret briefcase, into Roeder Bros. Implement.
ROCK FALLS, Ill. — The Whiteside County Health Department will take walk-ins for COVID shots until 2:30 p.m. or while supplies last at the Health Department in Rock Falls.
CLINTON — A study by SmartSource Consulting will provide county supervisors with an overview of the county’s broadband service. The county will pay for the $150,000 study using money from the American Rescue Plan.
CLINTON — Following criticism from residents, the City of Clinton issued a statement Monday explaining why it will try to recover medical costs from a lawsuit filed against ADM.
CLINTON — Four paddlers in a canoe, who passed Clinton April 30, have tentatively set a new world record for fastest paddle down the Mississippi River.
CLINTON — Sunday kicks off National Police Week, a collaborative effort of many organizations dedicated to honoring America’s law enforcement community.
CLINTON — The Clinton Women’s Club will have its first meeting since the pandemic Thursday, June 3, at 11 a.m. at the George Curtis Mansion, 420 Fifth Ave. S. Karen Tate is chairman.
This Week's Circulars
Beverly G. Ilg, 87, died May 6, 2021, at Bickford of Clinton. Visitation is at Grace, DeWitt from 9:00 until the service at 11:00 a.m. Monday. Burial is at Elmwood Cemetery, DeWitt. Complete obituary at www.schultzfuneralhomes.com.
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- MMZero tentatively sets record for paddling the Mississippi
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