DeBoer and Bates serve the public
CLINTON -- Not everyone might know Kay Bates or Marcia DeBoer's faces. However, those who have ever called 911 or have an emergency scanner in their homes just might know their voices. Kay, 58, of DeWitt, and Marcia, 53, of Morrison, Ill., are two o
- Rob Parton Big Band on stage in DeWitt DEWITT -- The Central Performing Arts Center and Iowa Mutual Insurance Company of DeWitt Iowa are hosting a performance of Rob Parton Big Band "Then and Now," with DeWitt native Kristy Smith Parton. The evening of jazz will begin at 7 p.m. April 27.
- Raffle to offer shopping spree, buy computer tablets CLINTON — A raffle created by Clinton School District officials will help purchase computer tablets for student use and put food on the table for three lucky winners. The Clinton School District's Student Adventures Afterschool Program this week will
- Learn about economic factors at Whiteside Forum event MORRISON, Ill. — How does the global economy work (or not work), who are the key players and what forces move markets, money and people both on a global scale and here at home? This is just the beginning of a serious and complex topic that we see oft
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- Wartburg ensemble to perform in Morrison MORRISON, Ill. — The Wartburg College Wind Ensemble will preview its “Western meets Eastern” repertoire for its coming Asian tour with a concert in Morrison on Wednesday, April 24. The 56-member ensemble under the direction of Dr. Craig Hancock, prof
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- Things to Do Things to do Ongoing • The Left Bank Art League of East Moline, Ill., will exhibit at the River Arts Center in Clinton through April 21. The paintings and raku pottery of these nine artists, Sheryl Lammers, Pat Halvorsen, Rose Moore, Judy O. Gray, Bo
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