DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Department of Agriculture proposed a new set of administrative rules Thursday that animal rights groups said could significantly improve the lives of dogs, cats and other companion animals in a state long regarded as among the worst for animal protection.
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Courtney Parker, right, dunks Shell Manager Jennifer Hartman during customer appreciation day this week. Johnson Oil Co. was established in 1959 by Art and Darlene Johnson in Rock Falls, Illinois where it still has corporate offices, Hartman said. The company has 80 Shell, BP and Mother Hubb…
CLINTON – Organizers and participants are gearing up for Saturday’s fifth-annual MS’issippi Walk-n-Roll event benefiting the Upper Midwest Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
DAVENPORT, Iowa — The former administrator for Iowa’s third-largest city is suing the area’s biggest newspaper, claiming that its coverage was unfair and cost him his job, in a case that has alarmed advocates for press freedom.
DUBUQUE — The field manager of an Iowa hog farm testified that a woman with whom he was having an affair told him last year she was deathly afraid of her husband — a man now accused of using a corn rake to kill her.
NEW YORK — Apple’s iOS 13 software update comes with plenty of privacy enhancements — but in some cases, only if you take the time to understand how they work.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that his administration is revoking California's authority to set auto mileage standards stricter than those issued by federal regulators, a move critics said would result in less fuel-efficient cars that create more planet-warming…
The state of Iowa released documents Wednesday that appear to support the claims of two men who said they were just doing their job testing security when they were arrested on suspicion of breaking into a courthouse this month.
NEW YORK (AP) — The number and rate of abortions across the United States have plunged to their lowest levels since the procedure became legal nationwide in 1973, according to new figures released Wednesday.
MORRISON, Ill — Morrison Community Hospital celebrated a milestone last week with the ground-breaking celebration of its hospital expansion project, the largest capital construction project in the facility’s history.
DES MOINES, Iowa — The federal government finalized a new rule for most U.S. pork processing plants Tuesday that allows meatpackers to remove limits on the speed of production lines and place more animal inspection and food safety tasks with company employees.
CLINTON — Citizens First Bank will provide free personal document shredding to the community from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at Citizens First Bank’s office at 1442 Lincoln Way, Clinton.
FULTON, Ill. – The River Bend School Board and district administrators met in Fulton High School’s remodeled home economics classroom rather than at the district office Monday.
AMES — Iowa State is exploring construction of a multi-use “arts, culture and community district’ between Hilton Coliseum and Jack Trice Stadium.
IOWA CITY — Board members of an Iowa government insurance program have frequently held public meetings at posh out-of-state resorts, costing tens of thousands of dollars while making it harder for the public to attend, a review by The Associated Press shows.
CLINTON — Clinton County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Eric Van Lancker joins Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate and county auditors across the state in encouraging all eligible residents to participate in National Voter Registration Month by registering to vote or making sure their v…
CLINTON – Clinton Symphony Orchestra will present its fall concert From the Countryside Saturday, Sept. 21, at Centennial Auditorium at Sterling High School in Sterling, Illinois.
CLINTON – Heart and Soul Coordinator and Consultant for Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque Jason Neises will present a two-hour workshop in October for people who serve on nonprofit and for-profit boards.
CLINTON — Taylor Whitney can focus on his own job now. The transportation mechanic for the Clinton School District was named September Gold Key recipient last week for performing extra duties when the district was without a transportation director.
CLINTON – Candidates for Clinton County school boards have until the end of the day Thursday to drop off their nomination papers at their respective district offices.
CLINTON – The Iowa Department of Transportation will present an engineering report Thursday in Clarence discussing the widening of U.S. Highway 30 to four lanes from Lisbon to DeWitt.
CLINTON — A Clinton County resident expressed concerns earlier this week with a proposed change in designation of property, which is intended to be used as a 10-unit subdivision in Welton township.
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Jack E. Kuehl age 87 of Clinton, passed away Wednesday Sept. 18, 2019 at The Alverno, Clinton. Arrangements are pending at the Pape Funeral Home.
LAGUNA NIGUEL [mdash] John (Jake) Bees, formerly of Sabula and Clinton, IA passed away on Sept. 14, 2019 in California. John was born on July 3, 1946 to Edward and Joyce Bees. He graduated from Sabula High School. He married Patricia McClintock in Clinton in 1966. She passed away in 2016. Th…
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