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CLINTON — The COVID-19 pandemic, and the restrictions that came with it, ended up shutting down numerous events over the past few months and even into the summer.

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CLINTON — The Iowa Court of Appeals has affirmed Clinton County District Court Judge Marlita Greve’s 2019 denial of Alejandro Lira’s request for post-conviction relief.

CLINTON — The move of thousands of high school and college students to online education due to COVID-19 has illustrated the importance of augmented and virtual reality applications. That trend is expected to continue even after the pandemic has subsided, according to Eastern Iowa Community C…

DUBUQUE — A decade after founding Eagle Point Solar LLC, the longtime owner has turned over the reins to a new local ownership group.

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CAMANCHE — The Camanche City Council approved an increase in the city garbage rate Tuesday, the first such increase in over four years.

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CLINTON — The Clinton School Board has approved a contract with Clinton Engineering to resurface the playground of Eagle Heights Elementary School after inclusive playground equipment is installed next week.

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CLINTON — With police brutality and coronavirus on their minds, protesters donned masks and held signs at Clinton’s Riverview Bandshell in 90-degree heat Tuesday in a peaceful protest of last week’s death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.

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Clinton's curfew that was put in place prior to Tuesday's protest has been lifted, city officials announced late this morning.

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Images from Tuesday's protest at Riverview Bandshell.

DES MOINES — Clinton native Saad Ansari, a second-year student in the doctor of osteopathic medicine program at Des Moines University, received the 2020 Osteopathic Manual Medicine Discipline Award during the College of Osteopathic Medicine Dean’s Awards Program.

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CLINTON — Clinton County officials are looking at steps that need to be taken before the Clinton County Courthouse and Clinton County Law Center are reopened to the public.

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CLINTON — Clinton County officials are now looking at opening the Clinton County Administration Building to the public June 15 if all necessary safety measures are in place.

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CLINTON — Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, high school students from throughout the Gateway area missed out on prom, senior day, and the traditional graduation.

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CAMANCHE — St. Mark’s United Methodist church is organizing the Camanche Community Garage Sale set for June 12 and 13. Registration forms are available at Camanche Public Library, City Hall, Dollar General, Casey’s, Kwik Star, Food Pride, Clinton National Bank, Citizens First Bank, 1st Gatew…

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CLINTON — Clinton Community College hosted a Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society induction ceremony in March, with 36 members inducted into the CCC Alpha Theta Beta Chapter.

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CLINTON — Clinton’s mayor announced a citywide curfew beginning Monday night, saying the city is preparing for what it hopes will be a peaceful protest but stands ready if anyone gets out of line.

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CLINTON — Three incidents of arson overnight in Clinton can’t positively be linked to nationwide protests of police brutality, said Clinton Fire Chief Joel Atkinson, but “to have three arson fires in one night is unusual.”

CLINTON — Americans around the nation are coming together to protest police brutality against people of color. The outrage stemmed from a video that surfaced on social media of a Minneapolis police officer with his knee pressed against the neck of an unarmed, handcuffed black man, George Floyd.

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DAVENPORT — Shattered glass, boarded-up businesses, and police sirens echoing throughout the city of Davenport from Sunday night into Monday morning were just a few examples of civil unrest that made its way into the Quad-Cities.

CAMANCHE — The City of Camanche has authorized Mayor Trevor Willis to enter into an agreement between the city, Shive Hattery and ACC/GCC for home waterline installations.

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The Iowa Department of Public Health and Clinton County Public Health this afternoon announced that they have identified three cases of COVID-19 at The Alverno, a long-term care facility in Clinton. We are working on that story now.

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CLINTON — Clinton’s mayor announced a citywide curfew beginning Monday night, saying the city is preparing for what it hopes will be a peaceful protest but stands ready if anyone gets out of line.

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IOWA CITY (AP) — A 22-year-old woman was killed early Monday in an apparently random shooting as she was leaving a protest against police brutality in Davenport, her relatives said.

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CAMANCHE — The Camanche City Council approved a bid of nearly $25,000 from Manatt’s, Inc., for road repairs stemming from last year’s flood.

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CLINTON — A man charged in May with two felony counts is now facing one misdemeanor charge, according to trial information filed in the case.

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CAMANCHE — The Camanche Fire Department announced Monday it will begin hydrant flushing and testing.

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CLINTON — From now through the end of June, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ Continuing Education Department is offering an opportunity to enroll in 10 different online classes, absolutely free.

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Mary Corlis, 74, Ridgeville WI, formerly of Miles, IA, passed away June 1, 2020 at her home. She was born January 13, 1946 to Reno and Margaret Taplin. A future celebration of life will be held.

MORRISON [mdash] JOAN M. HEUSINKVELD, 87, of Morrison, IL, died Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at Resthave Home in Morrison, IL. There will be private family services. The Morrison Chapel of the Bosma-Renkes Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Joan was born May 4, 1933, in Fulton, IL, to Dona…

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