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CLINTON — The Iowa Downtown Resource Center has released a downtown assessment visit report for Clinton County as part of the Keep Iowa Beautiful Hometown Pride program.

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Cold, ice, and snow over much of the country limit possibilities for enjoyable winter road trips.

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When Joel Roberts Poinsett tromped through the wild country side of southern Mexico collecting unusual plant species, little did he know that a hundred years later the scruffy red-tipped cuttings he took would result in $250 million in sales of Poinsettias in the United States.

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From his lofty perch in the White House, President Donald Trump declared the midterm elections a “very Big Win” on Twitter the morning after the ballots had been tabulated, promptly discounting the Democrats return to majority power in the U.S. House.

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CLINTON — One month after the much-anticipated 2018 midterm elections, Clinton-area voters are reflecting on the results and pondering the consequences of their selections.

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CLINTON — City officials this week learned that their application for $22.7 million in federal grant money for a crucial road construction project has been denied.

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CLINTON — Clinton County officials are set to vote on a 28E agreement with the city of Clinton.

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CLINTON — The Salvation Army's car giveaway was a Christmas miracle for Lisa Dominguez. The mother of two little boys may have an easier time finding a job now that she doesn't have to rely on bus schedules, she said.

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CLINTON — The Felix Adler Children’s Discovery Center has many activities for families enjoying the holiday season and breaks from school. Opportunities for this week include a paper ball reindeer craft on WOW Wednesday, and Miss Jessica reads "First Snow of the Woods" on Funtime Friday. Eac…

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CLINTON — A bitcoin bomb hoax hit Iowa and much of the rest of the country on Thursday, including several sites in Iowa.

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CLINTON — A Clinton man will be incarcerated for at least five years in connection with a robbery at Shell Express Lane.

CLINTON — The Clinton County Area Solid Waste Agency is set to consider a contract for single-stream recycling with Scott County and hauling bids for single-stream recycling at its board meeting Thursday.

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FULTON, Ill. — The Fulton community goes out of its way to prevent hunger and loneliness on Christmas Day. The town of 3,500 is planning its 36th community Christmas dinner and asking for volunteers, desserts and orders for delivery.

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CLINTON —The biggest challenge for the Clinton Regional Development Corp. in 2018 was how to carry on without an executive director, Board Chairman Mike Johnson said during the CRDC’s annual meeting Tuesday.

CLINTON —The biggest challenge for the Clinton Regional Development Corp. in 2018 was how to carry on without an executive director, Board Chairman Mike Johnson said during the CRDC’s annual meeting Tuesday.

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CLINTON — The Salvation Army, with the help of local businesses, will surprise a family with a car and related gifts this week.

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CLINTON – The Clinton School District is looking into an advanced school safety system that would involve instant background checks as visitors enter the building.

CLINTON — United Way of Clinton County, Iowa collected contributions totaling just over $179,000 at its third campaign meeting Nov. 29.

CLINTON — The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood donors to give now to ensure blood is available for medical treatments and emergencies during the holiday season.

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The Clinton Herald would like to take readers down memory lane with a look at Christmas in Clinton throughout the years. We are asking readers to share their old photos with us by sending through email to news@clintonherald.com or bringing them into the Herald and we will scan them and send …

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MOUNT CARROLL, ILL. — The University of Illinois Extension in Carroll, Lee, and Whiteside counties graduated six new Master Gardener trainees recently: Sheila Carey, Terry Durham, and Debbie Thormahlen of Whiteside County; Toby Green and Lana Soldat of Carroll County; and Darla Emmert of Lee…

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CLINTON — A Clinton church is continuing its progress toward opening a new facility.

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CLINTON — The Clinton City Council on Tuesday could approve a resolution aiming to improve the city's social media communications with its constituents.

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CLINTON — The Felix Adler Children’s Discovery Center has many great family holiday activities and events. Opportunities for this week include a Christmas candle wreath craft on WOW Wednesday, and dancing with Miss Angela and her Dance 4 Joy Dancers on Funtime Friday.

FULTON, Ill. — One individual was confirmed dead after a three vehicle accident in rural Fulton on Friday night.

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CLINTON — Clinton County officials will hear a presentation on a student loan payment incentive Monday at its regular board meeting.

Due to a printing error, readers may receive two Paul’s inserts in Saturday's Clinton Herald, one from last week and another featuring this week’s sales. Please check the dates on the inserts to determine which one features the correct sales promotions.

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CLINTON — A former Camanche School District teacher sentenced to serve a prison sentence not to exceed five years for sexual exploitation by a school employee is asking for post-conviction relief.

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CLINTON — Victory Center Ministries' doors are always open to the homeless, the hungry and the hurting, but in December, volunteers go the extra mile to give people down on their luck the best possible Christmas.

CLINTON – Do you think you have the best Christmas light display in the city this holiday season? The Kiwanis Club of Clinton might be the judge of that.

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FULTON, Ill. — The Fulton City Council will consider an ordinance for the 2018 tax levy at Monday's City Council meeting.

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It is with sadness that we tell you December’s travel columns will be our last for CNHI newspapers.

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The recent record-breaking snow storm caught us of guard. If you have lived in the Midwest you should know that storms and sudden changes in the weather can happen anytime and any season. What made this storm different from other snow fall is that it was early, wet, heavy and deep. This comb…

MOUNT CARROLL, Ill. – Timber Lake Playhouse opens its first-ever Christmas show Dec. 13 to 16 at Henry’s Double K Supper Club in Mount Carroll.

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FULTON, Ill. — The holiday spirit arrives in downtown Fulton tonight as the annual Christmas Walk takes over the city’s downtown.

DEWITT — Another procedural hurdle has been cleared as the Frances Banta Waggoner Community Library’s expansion project continues.

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CLINTON — A trial is scheduled to begin in March for a Delmar man who withdrew from a plea agreement reached in October.

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