Camanche boy protects house
A family of four is healthy and happy in their home, thanks to one clever 10-year-old.
Camanche schools to start earlier this fall
Students can look forward to a more relaxing winter break and teachers are hoping for more productive class time, as the Camanche School District switches to a balanced semester calendar for the 2013-2014 school year.
2nd Amendment resolution tabled in Camanche
With Second Amendment issues at the forefront following the Sandy Hook shooting, the Camanche City Council discussed the hot topic at a meeting last week.
Willis defeats Blount in Camanche special election
Trevor Willis will fill the vacant Camanche City Council seat after winning the special election on Tuesday.
Sabers enjoy big day on mat
Four Central DeWitt wrestlers qualified for this week's Iowa wrestling state tournament with top-two finishes Saturday at the Class 2A West Liberty District meet.
Camanche to fill vacant seat in election Tuesday
The city will hold a special election to fill the vacant City Council seat on Tuesday.
Camanche students experience Washington, D.C.
Eighth-graders played a part in history as they experienced the inauguration first-hand on their trip to Washington D.C.
Inventing for the future
Young inventors found solutions to real problems and learned how to present their ideas at the annual Camanche Elementary Invention Convention.
Camanche Robotics Team teaches life lessons
A whole new world of career possibilities and learning outside the classroom is opened to fourth-graders through their involvement in the robotics team.
CCCB asks for nearly $1.4M
Growth, expansion and an increase in visitors are leading Clinton County Conservation to seek nearly $1.4 million for fiscal year 2014.
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