CLINTON — An indoor climate controlled facility is coming to Clinton, at the site of the former Paul‘s Discount store in Clinton.
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CLINTON — Swim teams at Clinton High School haven’t competed at Howard Judd Pool since 2011. The school district built a new pool in a $14 million addition, which opened in 2012.
CAMANCHE — Camanche Mayor Trevor Willis believes the city needs to consider increasing the amount of capital in the Camanche Fire Department’s budget.
Two different Clinton residents came within moments of losing tens of thousands of dollars in two separate elaborately structured tech support scams last week.
CLINTON — The 89th Iowa General Legislative Assembly convened Jan. 11, and chambers of commerce in Clinton County are once again hosting their legislative coffee sessions with state legislators. This time, they’re virtual.
DEWITT — Are DeWitt’s laws regarding the use of utility-terrain vehicles on city streets hindering the local economy? One resident thinks so, and he brought his thoughts to the Jan. 4 DeWitt City Council meeting.
CLINTON — MexiBro is the Subway of Mexican food, said Ashley Dzelili. She and her fiancé, Elis Fazliu, opened the restaurant in Lyons district in November.
CLINTON — The first winter snow of 2021 prompted Clinton Public Works Director Brian Lemke to rework parts of his department’s policies.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A report released Wednesday by Iowa’s state auditor says Des Moines Public Schools made more than $200,000 in improper payments to a district maintenance and projects specialist and a maintenance contractor over the last seven years.
DES MOINES — Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Susan Christensen said Wednesday the coronavirus pandemic forced the court system to enact two shutdowns of jury trials and institute remote hearings, but she is determined to resume in-person trials in February.
DEWITT — Ben and Laura Miers, managers of the Operahouse Theatre in DeWitt, have announced they will temporarily close the theater beginning Monday, and reopen in the spring.
CLINTON — The Clinton County Board of Supervisors approved a motion authorizing Clinton County Department of Health to send cease-and-desist letters to Elvira residents who have not signed up for the county’s proposed solution for Elvira’s wastewater treatment problems.
CLINTON — The Clinton County Board of Supervisors approved two resolutions Monday to move forward with the process for a bond for communications upgrades.
CLINTON — Iowa received nearly $345 million in the new round of federal COVID-19 relief for schools. Clinton schools are looking for ways to spend its share — $3.6 million.
NASHUA, Iowa — A historic church in the northeastern Iowa town of Nashua that has hosted thousands of weddings over the decades is getting much-needed renovations.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan said Monday he would suspend his campaign for a 19th term in the leadership post amid fading support from fellow Democrats, largely because of a federal bribery investigation that’s implicated him.
CLINTON — A Maquoketa man overturned his vehicle north of Welton while eluding law enforcement Sunday night, the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
CLINTON — Brennon Cavanagh, a senior at West Carroll High School in Savanna, Illinois, has been awarded top honors in the Clinton Symphony Orchestra’s annual Young Artist Auditions.
CLINTON —The Clinton City Council will consider a resolution Tuesday to sell property on North Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue North for $10,000.
Kaedence Kreider, left, and Parker Kreider, right, give $723 to Barb Jacobsen of Clinton Make-a-Wish. The Kreiders, of Fulton, Ill., collect money each December from people who drive by to see their Christmas light display. They also accept donations online. This year Kaedence put on a snowm…
CLINTON — Craig Rempfer finally has a solo show. They aren’t easy to come by, and without a chance meeting with a gallery owner, Rempfer might still be waiting.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds ended limits on sports and recreational gatherings as of Friday on a day when the state recorded 59 additional deaths caused by the coronavirus.
CAMANCHE — The Camanche City Council has officially approved councilmen David Bowman and Brent Brightman to review city ordinances and make recommendations to the whole council on potential changes.
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Dennis Pingel, 81, of Camanche passed away, Tuesday at Park Vista - Camanche. Arrangements are pending at the Camanche Chapel Snell-Zornig Funeral Homes & Crematory. A full obit will be in Saturday's paper.
- Clinton High graduate nabs solo show at New York gallery
- MexiBro goes south of the border, with a twist
- POLICE: Maquoketa man attempts to elude officers, rolls truck
- Clinton LumberKings join Prospect League
- City Council to address sale of Fourth St. buildings
- Clearing streets could be more efficient, public works director says
- Elvira residents to be sent cease--and-desist orders
- Clinton schools get another $3.6 million in COVID relief money
- CRIME WATCH: Clinton Police Department
- Iowa governor requests full-time classroom learning option