Going for the grade: CHS, Prince of Peace lauded for students taking AP exams
CLINTON — Clinton High School and Prince of Peace have been recognized as two of the top 25 schools in Iowa for the number of students taking Advanced Placement exams.
It's Karma: Long-time restaurant employee opens her own dining establishment
CLINTON — Donna Johnson grew up in a restaurant. From working with relatives, to helping corporate chains, the 55-year-old Clinton resident knows her way around a dining establishment.
Klompen all around: Dutch Days kicks off on Friday
FULTON, Ill. — Dutch Days will once again showcase the heritage of the Dutch this weekend, and this year organizers are focusing on church history.
- Clinton store to offer free comic books on Saturday CLINTON — Mari Metzger will attempt to achieve two goals this weekend at Tiney's Comics. Her store is participating in its third free comic book day Saturday, and Metzger is hoping for bigger crowds in order for her to spread awareness for comic boo
Disaster dollars: How Clinton has prepared
Officials have estimated that the Clinton dike has saved the city nearly $46 million in prevented damages.
- A walk to remember CLINTON — A modest turnout for an awareness walk to end child abuse left organizers thanking the "courageous few" who marched on Sunday outside the Clinton County Courthouse. The event was put on by the Rainbird Foundation, a Wisconsin-based non-prof
CCC halls, classes toured during showcase
CLINTON — Members of the community toured the halls of Clinton Community College while attending demonstrations during the CCC Connects Showcase on Friday.
MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Teresa Decker
Teresa Decker, 44, of Fulton, speaks for victims in Clinton County. Originally from Fulton, Teresa has worked as a paralegal for the County Attorney's Office since 1999.
Bikes for Benefit: Annual event features about 100 bicycles
An array of new and used bikes costing $20 will be for sale this Saturday with proceeds benefiting community members in need.
Data Dimensions celebrates new facility's groundbreaking
Community members and area officials celebrated Data Dimensions’ construction of a new facility at the Lyons Business and Technology Park during a ground-breaking ceremony Wednesday.
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