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DEWITT — The DeWitt Central FFA Livestock Judging Team placed fourth overall at the American Royal Livestock Judging Contest on Oct. 18, in Kansas City, Missouri.
CLINTON — Union workers picketed Canadian Pacific Railway in Clinton on Tuesday, saying that CP refuses to abide by an arbiter's decision in a wage dispute.
CALAMUS — Each year, the National FFA Organization honors FFA members who show the dedication to the organization and personal development.
DEWITT — When the city of Maquoketa recently opted out of hosting the final overnight stop on the 2021 RAGBRAI route, it created an opening in the cross-state bike ride’s schedule.
DEWITT — Voters will have the opportunity to elect four members of the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Clinton County Council at the Nov. 3 general election.
Farmers and landowners can now sign up for cost-share funds through the Water Quality Initiative. The funds can be used to help install conservation practices that improve soil health and water quality, including cover crops, no-till/strip-till practices or a nitrification inhibitor.
CLINTON — The second of two public events for community members to give feedback on a feasibility study for a proposed Clinton sports complex is planned for Thursday.
CLINTON — A computer application will track buses and the students who ride them in the Clinton School District beginning next month.
CLINTON — Five weeks into a five-year construction plan at Clinton High School, the school board approved a change order of more than $200,000.
FULTON, Ill. — The Fulton City Council will vote next month to formally approve a recommendation from Interim City Administrator and Public Works Director Dan Clark to put insurance payments for derecho cleanup back into the funds from which they were paid.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Elections officials in Iowa are worried about the state’s rising number of coronavirus cases, saying that any illnesses or absences among key workers and volunteers could hinder their services through Election Day.
Even though it may be a bit colder than most people expected at this point in October, fall is a great time to fertilize, control weeds and prepare the lawn for next year.
DES MOINES — The final consumer comment hearing regarding Iowa-American Water Company’s request for a rate increase will be conducted virtually by the Iowa Utilities Board at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28.
CLINTON — There’s a little time before Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ spring semester begins Jan. 19, but students are encouraged to register as soon as possible to ensure they get the classes they want at the times they want them.
STERLING, Ill. — A 15-year-old girl died Monday after the car in which she was riding was struck by a semitrailer north of Sterling.
MORRISON, Ill. — A lockback at Whiteside County Jail Saturday resulted from the positive COVID test of a female inmate, not from raw sewage in a cell block, Sheriff John Booker said Sunday.
The Clinton Izaak Walton League presented the Judge John W. Tobin Award to Shirley Sebens. The presentation was made by Past President Wayne Schoel. The award is a chapter appreciation award, with the honoree nominated by members. The award is given to someone who has contributed to the succ…
Throughout the summer and fall of 2020, by far and away the most commonly reported scam to me is the Social Security scam phone call. This scam features a call from someone claiming he works for Social Security, and knows about fraud on the recipient’s Social Security account. The call often…
CLINTON — Former Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Former Notre Dame Football Coach Lou Holtz encouraged Clinton County voters to vote for President Donald Trump in the general election during a stop Friday in Clinton County.
CLINTON — The National Weather Service issued an advisory Sunday for snow and slick roads for eastern Iowa and Western Illinois including Clinton and Jackson Counties in Iowa and Whiteside and Carroll Counties in Illinois.
CLINTON — Eagle Heights Elementary Instructional Coach Barb Rhoades has one regret about the new inclusive playground — that donors didn’t get to see the first smiles from it.
President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden are intensifying their efforts to persuade uncommitted voters to pick sides in the closing days of the presidential election campaign.
CLINTON — In the months leading up the Nov. 3 general election, there has been talk far and wide questioning the security – and, ultimately, the integrity – of the election process.
IOWA CITY — Iowa voters are casting ballots in person or by mail at a record pace before the Nov. 3 election with several days of early voting still remaining.
CLINTON — The Clinton Police Department is holding a Drive-Through Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet Event on Saturday, Oct. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Nelson Corp Field, 537 Ballpark Drive, Clinton.
CLINTON — Canadian Pacific railroad will build a new depot in South Clinton after the Clinton City Council approved a land exchange in September.
CLINTON — A pilot program that will be tested in Clinton will pair local police officers with Eastern Iowa Mental Health Region staff members as officers respond to calls, specifically for safety welfare checks.
IOWA CITY, Iowa — Iowa has among the nation’s highest coronavirus death and infection rates and residents should avoid gatherings in most counties to fight the virus, federal experts said this week.
This Week's Circulars
- Girl dies in collision after driver runs stop sign
- Clinton man pleads guilty to meth charge
- Plan to move general store stalls
- Camanche football handles Anamosa in second round
- Clinton County's COVID positive rate climbing
- Canadian Pacific prepares for new depot in South Clinton
- Iowa's COVID-19 death rate among highest in US, report says
- High school sells mattresses to fund band, choir
- CRIME WATCH: Clinton Police Department
- Whittier principal goes orange for playground