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2 finalists named for city administrator
CLINTON — Two finalists have been selected in the search for Clinton's next city administrator: Clinton Finance Director and interim City Administrator Jessica Kinser and Joliet, Ill., Assistant City Manager Benjamin Benson.
Jail escapee pleads guilty
CLINTON -- A man who escaped from the Clinton County jail on April 6 will spend as much as 10 years in prison. Kendrell Keith, 18, pleaded guilty Thursday to the escape and the second-degree theft charge that put him in jail.
Council targets late bills
CLINTON - Business owners won't be able to dodge sewer bills while staying in operation under an ordinance amendment that was approved by City Council members Tuesday.
- Trying to find a family member CLINTON — Jean King's heart aches for a daughter she never knew. Christmas time especially brings sorrow and speculation about the daughter she gave up for adoption 36 years ago. "I wonder what she's doing. I wonder if she's successful. I wonder how
- Council explores new solid-waste system CLINTON -- City officials are considering paying the Minnesota firm that evaluated the solid waste system $17,000 to help in the search for a solid-waste service provider. The $17,000 would be paid to Springsted in order for the firm to assemble a r
- Sewer rates to rise CLINTON -- Sewer rates for Clinton residents will be on the rise again after City Council members gave first approval of a 9.5 percent increase Tuesday. The increase will bring the sewer rate from $8.18 to $8.96 per unit for residential customers.
- State awards railport road with grant CLINTON -- Development for Clinton's Lincolnway Railport received more financial support Tuesday as state officials approved a grant that will pay for 80 percent of a road into the industrial park. The Iowa Transportation Commission on Tuesday appro
- Lunch prices to rise CLINTON -- Clinton students will need to spend another dime for lunch next school year after the Clinton School Board approved an increase in lunch prices. The increase is due to the the federal guidelines for paid lunch equity, which ensures suffi
- ADM receives tax credits CLINTON -- Archer Daniels Midland will receive more than $2.5 million in tax credits as part of a settlement in the property tax dispute between the company and the city of Clinton Board of Review. As part of a settlement that was entered into on T
- Sewer rate hike on agenda CLINTON -- The Clinton City Council will consider a 9.5 percent sewer rate increase during its meeting Tuesday. Council members previously decided not to increase the sewer rates from $8.18 a unit to $8.96 per unit for residential customers, but rev
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