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CLINTON — Day 4 after Monday’s windstorm found many Clinton residents still without power. Many streets remained blocked by downed trees and power lines.

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CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds pushed back Friday against criticism that she has been slow to respond to a wind storm that devastated the state and promised more help soon for tens of thousands of residents struggling through their fifth day without electricity.

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DES MOINES (AP) — It will take five days or longer to restore power to some Iowa homes and businesses that have been without electricity since Monday's wind storm left damage across the Midwest and killed at least four people, officials said Thursday.

CLINTON — The Clinton County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution earlier this week approving a 28E agreement for mental health advocate services for the Eastern Iowa Mental Health Region.

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign has sued two Democratic-leaning Iowa counties that are making it easy to vote by mail during the coronavirus pandemic, seeking to invalidate tens of thousands of voters’ absentee ballot applications.

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DEWITT — An ordinance requiring mobile food vendors operating in the DeWitt city limits to purchase a one-year permit became official after the City Council approved its third and final reading last week.

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FULTON, Ill. — A statue in Fulton that was part of a 2003 exhibition there has been moved to a new location thanks to the help of a local company.

CLINTON — It is a fact; tornadoes can happen any time of year across the Gateway area. However, they typically occur during May and June, which are considered peak months for the weather phenomenon. But this year, there seemed to be a lack of tornadoes in the area, compared to years past.

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CLINTON — Power outages, lack of cell phone service, uprooted trees, damaged homes, blocked streets.

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CLINTON — Monday’s high winds overturned a semitrailer in the 3200 block of U.S. 30 in Clinton County.

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — The impact of a wind storm that tore through the Midwest continued to grow Wednesday, as widespread power outages kept businesses closed, limited communication, spoiled food and caused long lines at gas stations.

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CLINTON — School age children can receive free haircuts at Eva’s Hair Mechanix Thursday. Whether stylists will give those cuts inside or out depends on a utility company.

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MORRISON, Ill. — The Illinois State Police Division of Criminal Investigation and the Whiteside County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the Aug. 10 death of a Whiteside County Jail inmate.

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CLINTON — Clinton County has reported more than a total of 400 positive COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began in March.

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CLINTON — Public Works crews are continuing to clear streets of trees and large debris. Snow routes will be cleared first, followed by side roads. The public is encouraged to stay home, if at all possible, until roadways are clear.

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CEDAR RAPIDS — Following the high winds and storms that ravaged much of central and eastern Iowa on Monday, Alliant Energy reported Tuesday afternoon that more than 200,000 customers remain without service. Technicians have been dispatched and continue assessing damage, beginning to clear tr…

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CLINTON — Clinton’s Building and Neighborhood Services office has words of caution for residents as they clean up from Monday’s storm: If you hire a contractor, know the business you are hiring.

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Photos of Clinton clean-up following Tuesday's storm.

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IOWA CITY — (AP) - Hundreds of thousands across the Midwest remained without power on Tuesday after a powerful wind storm packing 100 mph winds battered the region a day earlier, causing damage linked to the death of a woman found clutching a young boy in her storm-battered mobile home.

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CLINTON — Public Works crews are continuing to clear streets of trees and large debris Tuesday morning. Snow routes will be cleared first, followed by side roads. The public is encouraged to stay home, if at all possible, until roadways are clear.

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