Another very important election is about to take place and first and foremost I would like to ask everyone to vote with our own minds.

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I have lived in Illinois' 71st District my entire life. I also had the good fortune of a nearly 35-year career working at the Quad Cities Nuclear Generating Power Station, which gave me great appreciation for the reliability, cost efficiency, and job creation that nuclear power provides.

Our purpose is to serve customers and build strong communities, and it guides our work every day. Just over one month ago – following the derecho storm on Aug. 10 – our purpose truly came to life.

I am currently a Deputy Sheriff with the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office, have been with the Sheriff’s Office for over 23 years and started my law enforcement career in 1997. For the upcoming Clinton County Sheriff election, I am supporting and endorsing Bill Greenwalt. Of the two candidates…

Dozens of people from across the country have answered the call from the Franciscan Peace Center in Clinton, Iowa to participate in a revolutionary new collaborative video project to celebrate peace.

On Monday, Aug 10, shortly after the lunch hour, a mid-summer storm slammed into the town of Fulton, taking this community and its inhabitants pretty much by a startled and shocking surprise.

When Camanche School District voters go to the polls Tuesday, they will decide whether to approve a $13.4 million plan to upgrade school facilities.

Following the unprecedented derecho storm on Aug. 10, power is now available to all Alliant Energy customers in Iowa. Throughout the restoration process, Alliant Energy received support from customers, communities and leaders from all levels – local, state and federal. The company also recei…

To the brave workers who came out during and after the storm. Police, fire, power companies, followed by tree services, city workers, electricians, county and state workers, and caring neighbors, friends, family and our church members, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the time and…

Since the existence of the Riverstone Crossing Development emerged from behind closed doors into the light of public scrutiny, getting accurate information has been difficult and at times impossible, due to the constant changes in development plans and the apparent reluctance of involved par…

As one of the 26,000 (I’m assuming that’s referring to the population of Clinton) that the commissioner of the City Planning Commission is referring to in that number that will benefit from the Riverstone Crossing Project, I would like to weigh in.

Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution: waging war against the United States, or adhering to the enemies of the U.S. by giving them aid or comfort. Treason can be committed only during wartime by an American citizen or resident alien.

The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting people of color and low-income workers the hardest. Future relief legislation should challenge inequality and provide meaningful support to all.

Even before the COVID crisis, it was clear what the Republican Legislature's thoughts were on education in rural Iowa. The Iowa State Education Association (ISEA) lobbied for a 3% increase in Supplemental State Aid. The School Administrators of Iowa (SAI) called for a 3.75% increase. The Leg…

My name is Phyllis Kist. My husband, the late Dr. Richard Kist, and I have lived on Ninth Avenue North since 1969. Previously, we lived at 728 Fifth Ave. South. We moved to Ninth Avenue North in 1969 for the cul-de-sac, quiet street, and with a growing family, needed more space.

My name is Ryan Zeskey. I am running to be the Democratic State Representative in the Iowa Legislature in House District 97 this November. Participating in the democratic process has been important to me ever since I served to protect those rights as a member of the U.S. Navy.

We pray in order to communicate with God to learn His will for us and to offer ourselves to Him. God always answers prayer. He may not, however, answer the way we want Him to.

It took a letter in the paper to Ask Annie to remind me to write this letter. We want to thank all the newspaper carriers, especially our past and present carriers. We have always had good ones and good service. Thank you!

I attended the protest in downtown Tuesday and I was supposed to be able to read a poem that I wrote, but due to time restrictions, my speech was cut. This piece is very important to me and I would really love to have my voice heard. Here is the writing:

Kudos to the 235 members of Mask Taskforce, Clinton County, Iowa. And they are a force. Their work has earned accolades from all who hear of their work, from all who wear their masks and gowns and extenders and headbands.

These are rough times when we are locked in at The Alverno and no one can come in, not even our families. So The Alverno got busy and made it a happy Mother’s Day.

Please don’t judge me or hate me. I am going to continue to drive my car against all common sense. According to statistics from the sites given below, 1.6% of all licensed drivers in the United States died in 2018 (the most recent year I could get statistics) from auto accidents.

[Mariannette] Miller-Meeks says she’s “pro-choice” in 2018 video. “I’m also Catholic. I am pro-choice…” and “a person’s choice to get an abortion is best left to doctors, to providers and to patients.” But the baby has no say!

What will we as a nation have learned once the COVID-19 virus has subsided to the point we will all have to live in a new “normal” way of life?

If you look at an April calendar, you’ll probably notice Earth Day listed on April 22. This national day calls attention to putting environmental concerns at the forefront.

In the coming days, many of us will be receiving a pandemic-triggered check from the government. What are you going to do with yours? If your job doesn’t exist because of the pandemic or your business has been shuttered, you most likely need this money, but many of the rest of us don’t – so …

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