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CLINTON — Maintaining a healthy debt ratio and enhanced communication are among focuses of returning and newly elected Clinton City Council members in 2020 as they work through their strategic plan for the upcoming years.

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CLINTON — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in partnership with multiple organizations, is in the early stages of a proposal to rehabilitate and enhance lower pool 13 of the upper Mississippi River.

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CLINTON – Whether voters agree to share their political opinions or decline to say them aloud, emotions run high at the mention of the 2020 election and President Donald Trump.

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Though I never met Channing Robert Whitaker, his face is familiar to me. He died in combat on a tiny island in the Pacific, nearly 20 years before I was born, but I feel like I know him.

FULTON, Ill. – A live nativity scene is being organized as part of the annual Fulton Christmas Walk set for Saturday, Dec. 7 from 5-7:30 p.m.

Cole to speak at University Women meeting

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CLINTON – Iowa and Illinois vocalists who are serious about music find an outlet for their artistic aspirations in RiverChor, Clinton’s community choir.

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CLINTON – A home destroyed by fire Wednesday had no smoke detectors Battalion Chief and Fire Marshal Jeff Chapman said Thursday. If the fire had occurred at night when everyone was asleep, “They probably wouldn’t have made it out of the house,” Chapman said.

It wasn’t my original intent to endorse a candidate for the Iowa Caucus this early. However, I couldn’t sit back any longer while the most viable candidate in a nation-wide election is kept off the debate stage and out of scrutiny of those who should consider Montana Governor Steve Bullock t…

CLINTON – 1st Gateway Credit Union and its employees recently pledged $9,646 to United Way of Clinton County in support of the United Way’s 2020 fundraising campaign, Kelsay McCausland, marketing coordinator for 1st Gateway announced Tuesday.

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CLINTON — With the Iowa Insurance Division ready to move forward with discussions about Springdale Cemetery’s future operations, the Clinton City Council heard options Tuesday concerning what the city’s involvement could be.

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FULTON, Ill. – “Farce of Nature” really is a farce. That’s the only way Fulton Thespians Director Neal Luker can describe the convoluted plot of the play by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten.

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Members of the Garden Plain Ripsnorters 4-H Club collects food for the Fulton Food Pantry during its November meeting. The Club is based out of Garden Plain in Whiteside County. Kneeling are Zoey Horton and Katelyn Temple. In the second row, from left, are Jackson Tegeler, Luke Holesinger, A…

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CLINTON — The Clinton County Law Center will need updates that could cost more than $11,000, Clinton County Facilities Manager Corey Johnson told county supervisors Wednesday.

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CLINTON – In an effort to save the school district money as enrollment declines, the Clinton Community School Board voted Monday to offer early retirement to up to 42 eligible employees.

Don’s Jewelry Co-Owner Sheralyn Bartels, right, speaks to a shopper during Tuesday’s Women’s Expo as Matt Rittmer looks on. Nearly 45 vendors set up at the Holiday Expo which offered extra freebies in exchange for a donation to the Great Food Drive.

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FULTON, Ill. — Despite voting against zoning a specific area of Fulton for recreational sale of marijuana, the Fulton City Council must still decide whether to allow cannabis businesses in the city of Fulton.

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Lions and tigers and bears Chad Williams as the Cowardly Lion gets spruced up during a scene from the “Wizard of Oz” Saturday in the Fine Arts Auditorium at Northeast High School. Students presented the musical on Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday afternoon.

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FULTON, Ill. — The sale of cannabis could lead to $150,000 to $200,000 in cannabis tax revenue from The Dispensary, Fulton officials said Monday.

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CLINTON — For five hours Monday, local veterans had the chance to have a free breakfast and share their stories with each other at Clinton’s Hy-Vee store.

CLINTON — Are you looking for a new and exciting career? The Alverno Senior Care Community at 849 13th Ave. North in Clinton will host a hiring day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 14.

The Camanche School District’s Sumdog teams swept the Eastern Iowa Sumdog math contest. Participants in the Sumdog math contest had to answer 1,000 math problems at their level. The students earned points based on their accuracy and, in case of a tie, their fluency. The team composed of four…

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CLINTON – The coldest surge of arctic air so far this season brought record lows to much of the central and eastern United States Monday, the National Weather Service said.

DEWITT — Central DeWitt High School will present “Shrek the Musical” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Central DeWitt Performing Arts Center, 519 E. 11th St.

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SARASOTA [mdash]Loretta M. (Foster) Garlock, formerly of Clinton, Iowa, age 96, passed away November 9, 2019 at The Pines of Sarasota nursing home in Sarasota, Florida. She was born January 9, 1923 in Savanna, Illinois to Alfred and Marion (McCutcheon) Foster. On June 15, 1944, Loretta marri…

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