Camanche City Hall in need of improvement
CAMANCHE -- Members of the Camanche community and city council have begun looking into what should be done with the current city hall.
- Committee will look at new city hall CAMANCHE -- A committee will be formed to look into a new Camanche City Hall location. The Camanche City Council met Wednesday for a work session on what to do about the state of the current city hall. The council agreed to form a committee with memb
- New road to be fixed CAMANCHE -- Determann Asphalt Paving L.L.C could be seen along Washington Boulevard on Thursday, grinding spots in the new road. The Camanche City Council agreed Wednesday that fixing the bumps and dips in the road was more important than how it look
- Firefighters respond to business in Camanche CAMANCHE -- Camanche firefighters responded to a blaze Monday at a Camanche business. The Camanche Fire Department arrived at 11:56 a.m. Monday to Economy Coatings, 416 21st St., in response to a dust collector on fire. Upon arrival, firefighters fo
- City council denies request for suicide prevention event CAMANCHE -- The city of Camanche will not make a financial donation to an upcoming walk to prevent suicide. Camanche City Administrator Tom Roth brought a request from Nikki Carber from Speak Out Against Suicide to the council Tuesday night. In a let
Camanche woman wins awards for pool play
CAMANCHE -- It's not that Janey Finn hasn't been a good pool player since picking up a stick in 1977. The Scottish-born Camanche resident is known around the area and the state for being a markswoman on the pool table. But these past few weeks of suc
Herald's Visitor and Newcomer Guide available for pickup
The Clinton Herald's 2013 Visitor and Newcomer Guide has arrived.
Cursive less prominent in area schools
Second-grade students across the Clinton Community School District start learning cursive in the beginning of April. While previous generations of students have worked to master the winding cursive alphabet, new curriculum standards mean current students face a less stringent cursive lesson.
- Camanche man guilty of lesser kidnapping, abuse charges CLINTON -- A Camanche man charged with first-degree kidnapping, attempted murder and second-degree sexual abuse has pleaded guilty to lesser charges. Arthur Walker, 52, 4102 Ninth St., Camanche, pleaded guilty Friday to third-degree kidnapping, third
- Street lights to be added CAMANCHE -- The city of Camanche plans to add four more street lights on Washington Boulevard. People driving from 17th Avenue to Imperial Lanes,1823 S Washington Blvd., in Camanche, can see four MidAmerican Energy poles with orange marks on them. T
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