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CLINTON — They’re from the classes of 1925, 1929, 1930, 1941, 1953, 1970, 1990 and 1998. They’ve broken gender and race barriers, made names for themselves professionally, and served the Clinton community and their country.

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CLINTON — Clinton County District Court Judge Tom Reidel on Thursday sentenced a Clinton man to up to 10 years in prison stemming from a March 2020 traffic stop.

DEWITT — Robert “Bud” Johnson lives in Monticello, but his relationship with the city of DeWitt goes back more than 30 years. Now, he wants to extend a generous “thank you” to the community while supporting a fast-growing sport.

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DES MOINES — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has ordered all flags in Iowa to be lowered to half staff Friday, April 16, from sunrise to sunset in honor and remembrance of Iowa State Patrol Sgt. Jim Smith.

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CLINTON — The Clinton Hometown Pride Committee has selected seven Clintonians to be inducted into the inaugural class of the Clinton County Walk of Fame, the Clinton Hometown Pride committee announced Wednesday.

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CLINTON — An ordinance that allows the city to remove residents from their homes if the city deems the structures unsafe is government overreach, two Clinton city councilmen said Tuesday.

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CLINTON — The development of three new subdivisions in Clinton may force the Clinton School District to redraw its elementary school boundary lines.

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FULTON, Ill. — Fulton Mayor Mike Ottens has recommended the future City Council look at whether to impose further restrictions on storage sheds in the city.

CLINTON — The facilitator of the Clinton Parkinson’s Support Group read a poem by a Parkinson’s disease support group member at Tuesday’s City Council meeting in recognition of Parkinson’s Awareness Month.

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CLINTON — A Camanche man is facing felony charges of sexual abuse and enticing a minor.

CEDAR RAPIDS — Warmer weather and thawed ground means that Iowa homeowners, contractors and government workers are digging into more outside projects. Many Iowa property owners are likely eager to repair trees, mailboxes, fences, decks and other structures damaged by last summer’s derecho.

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CLINTON — With the beginning of the new month, Associate Benevolent Society and Information, Referral & Assistance Service became one organization.

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CLINTON — Most Clinton School District employees will receive raises of 50 cents per hour as the school district attempts to make wages more competitive with the rest of the state.

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. on Tuesday recommended a “pause” in use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to investigate reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots, setting off a chain reaction worldwide and dealing a setback to the global vaccination campaign.

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CLINTON — The Clinton School Board voted Monday to sell land to the city of Clinton for construction of a right turn lane to the middle school.

CLINTON — The Rotary Club of Clinton is offering an opportunity for one local student to attend the nationally known leadership conference YRYLA (Young Rotary Youth Leadership Awards).

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CLINTON — Gabi Torres sits on the floor of her studio applying pastels to a large stretched canvas with her fingers, trying not to stain the white blouse she’s worn to have her picture taken for the local newspaper.

CLINTON — The Clinton County Board of Supervisors has approved a resolution for payroll to start Tuesday for a part-time investigator in the county attorney’s office.

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The front of the former Second Stage store on Fifth Avenue South, above, is slowly coming down. The back of the store, pictured at left, is a pile of bricks. A court gave the city title to the abandoned property in May 2020. The city of Clinton contracted with Lawson Rigging of Sabula in Dec…

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SAVANNA, Ill. — The Savanna Museum and Cultural Center is hosting a showcase of arts, crafts, talents, and skills, called “Creativity on the Move”, from April 16 to 18.

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CLINTON — Clinton County Trauma Informed Alliance and Clinton County Prevent Child Abuse are joining communities across the state this month to bring attention to child abuse.

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