Fulton Book Club celebrates 40 years
For four decades a group of area women has fostered friendships and sharpened their wits through their love of reading and intelligent conversation.
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.
- Fulton looking for marina dock operator FULTON, Ill. -- With boats going in the water on April 15, the City of Fulton is looking for someone to run the gas dock on the south end of the marina. Public Works Director Dan Clark said the city is looking for someone to sell things like ice, sof
Communities to host Easter egg hunts this weekend
Easter treats won’t be hard to find this weekend in Fulton, Ill., and Camanche.
Artwork brightens school halls
Using the River Bend Middle School and Elementary hallways and cafeteria as an art gallery makes perfect sense to Mackenzie Jackson and Ashley Thicksten.
Teachers, other positions cut in River Bend
Three teacher positions were eliminated by the River Bend Board of Education on Monday night.
River Bend residents speak out against cuts
Several members of the public asked the River Bend Board of Education on Thursday night to look for savings somewhere besides cutting teachers and programming.
Fulton will use land for industry plan
As the Thomson prison becomes a reality and the need for more housing grows, the city has decided to use the open space at 22nd Avenue for industrial purposes instead of housing.
Fulton learns economic study results
City officials are planning for expansion and growth as the Thomson prison is set to open in the near future.
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