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.
A 'family' atmosphere: Village Cooperative opens to the public
CLINTON — Area residents on Tuesday got to see what Nancy Rockwell has known for a month. Rockwell moved into the Village Cooperative on March 22 and, since then, the sense of family and community has infiltrated the walls of the three-story, 44-unit structure at 1160 14th Ave. Northwest, Rockwell said.
Clinton library to celebrate World Book Night
The Clinton Public Library will be celebrating World Book Night tonight from 5-7 p.m. in the Juvenile Department.
Showing love for Mother Nature: Volunteers plant trees, landscape to observe Earth Day
CLINTON -- Clinton volunteers are planting trees and shrubs today in honor of Earth Day. Clinton Trees Forever has projects planned this week in honor of the day, as well as Arbor Day on Friday.
MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Joe Snyder and Megan Wagger
CLINTON -- For two Ashford University seniors, music has been an integral part of their time at school. Megan Wagger, 22, of Preston, and Joe Snyder, 21, of Winnebago, Ill., have been involved in music most of their lives. Joe's family, especially hi
- Saturday event to show support for Boston CLINTON — The Boston Marathon is a symbol of achievement for long-distance runners, those who make it there and the ones who hope to someday qualify. So when two bombs detonated into the crowd at the conclusion of the race Monday, killing three and i
They've got the look: Students turn duct tape into wearable art
River Bend Middle School eighth-grade students strutted around the school's gymnasium Wednesday in dresses and other apparel made entirely out of duct tape.
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