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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
Communities to host Easter egg hunts this weekend
Easter treats won’t be hard to find this weekend in Fulton, Ill., and Camanche.
Camanche students get exercise in laughter after raising funds
Dave Grim looked more like an ice cream sundae Wednesday than a Camanche Middle School physical education teacher.
Camanche School Board works to set budget
Rox Aude didn’t want to assume anything that the Iowa State Legislature would or wouldn’t do when formulating allowable growth for local school districts.
Northeast girls claim track title
Northeast finished first and Camanche was third in girls competition Saturday at the Tri-State Small School Invitational indoor track and field meet at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
‘Breaking the Silence’ aims to prevent suicide
Support continues to grow for those in need as suicide prevention efforts continue in the tight-knit Camanche community.
Camanche Library offers career enhancement
Improving the job search process, preparing for career certification, raising college entrance test scores and improving 21st Century basic skills are all possible with just the click of a mouse at the Camanche Public Library.
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