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End of the road for landfill's bio-reactor
The county landfill will scrap its bio-reactor. The Clinton County Area Solid Waste Agency heard a quote from James Luther Kiln & Dryer on repairing the broken bio-reactor vessel during Thursday's meeting, learning the project could cost as much as $750,000.Continued ...
- More than Paint: School districts prepare to merge as Easton Valley
- Iowa film company showcases Clinton firm
- Request to reduce Clinton's costs for landfill use fails
- UPDATE: More than Ashford faculty exempt from voluntary resignation program
- End of the road for landfill's bio-reactor
Bluegrass festival launches more plans
The first Bluegrass Festival commenced Saturday and the city of Fulton saw a successful turnout.Continued ...
- MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: John LeComte
- Church leadership passes from father to son Sunday
- Clinton moves toward banning tobacco at city-sponsored youth events (With video)
- Bluegrass festival launches more plans
There's something about Mary for former CHS standout Douglas
Former Clinton High School basketball standout Devan Douglas will continue his basketball career at the University of Mary in North Dakota after two years at Kirkwood Community College.Continued ...
- River Kings dump Midland
- River Bend hires new girls coach
- Clinton wins with rally
- Coach Tyler Howe's professional career ended abruptly, teaching him -- and his players -- to take nothing for granted
- There's something about Mary for former CHS standout Douglas
Dishing up trash: New look for sustainable seafood
Most people have only ever seen a scorpion fish in an aquarium. Unless they dine at Carolina Crossroads Restaurant in Chapel Hill, N.C., where they'll find the spiny, venomous creature on the menu.Continued ...
- Consumers' desire for local, organic food drives online grocery business
- When did sunscreen get so complicated?
- How to shield calls, chats, browsing from surveillance
- Dishing up trash: New look for sustainable seafood
THE HERALD'S OPINION: Good job, Clinton City Council
It's been a long road, but the city of Clinton is just a few signatures away from having a permanent city administrator in place.Continued ...
- LEVINE: There is plenty to do in Gateway area this summer
- Reader happy with Rowland's no vote
- Easton Valley board is right to fight whole grade-sharing agreement
- Project ordinances should have end dates
- THE HERALD'S OPINION: Good job, Clinton City Council
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VIDEO: Apple unveils new MacBook Air with improved battery life
At Apple's WWDC, the company shows off its new line of MacBook Air laptops with faster processors and improved battery life. The new models are available in 11-inch and 13-inch dimensions, ranging in price from $999 to $1,299.Continued ...
- VIDEO: Jeep pool jump is an epic fail
- Motorist asks if arrest ruins chance to be a cop
- VIDEO: Gov't collecting Verizon phone records
- VIDEO: Thieves slam into pizza shop to steal safe
- VIDEO: Apple unveils new MacBook Air with improved battery life
- AP Story Section
IRS supervisor in DC scrutinized tea party cases
An Internal Revenue Service supervisor in Washington says she was personally involved in scrutinizing some of the earliest applications from tea party groups seeking tax-exempt status.Continued ...
- Explosions remind La. that plants not always safe
- Iowa regulator pleased with ruling on disclosure
- Census: Rural US loses population for first time
- Show earns some snark over subject matter
- IRS supervisor in DC scrutinized tea party cases
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