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- Picketers take stand near future school site CLINTON -- Members of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters picketed the Clinton Middle School construction site on Wednesday; an act that the local project manager and Quad Cities Builders Association is calling illegal. Hundreds of carpenters with
Camanche City Hall in need of improvement
CAMANCHE -- Members of the Camanche community and city council have begun looking into what should be done with the current city hall.
Warning siren to be tested Thursday in Fulton
A test of Fulton's new severe weather siren will be 10 a.m. Thursday.
- Settling sewer bills: City moving toward plan to collect delinquent commercial bills CLINTON — Business owners jeopardize their ability to operate if they don't pay their sewer bills, Rules and Regulations Committee members decided Tuesday. The city grants a certificate of occupancy or, in the case of an apartment complex, a rental c
County officials head down path of creating more jail space
CLINTON — Clinton County Jail Administrator Craig Eberhart says the biggest problem the jail faces is space.
Clinton woman injured in motorcycle accident
A Clinton woman was injured Monday afternoon when she was ejected from her motorcycle after it struck a car.
Disaster preparedness: Against the wind
Few things in nature are less predictable than a tornado. They can form quickly. They strike weirdly.
- River lands on EPA report CLINTON -- The Environmental Protection Agency recently approved Iowa's list of impaired waterways. The Wapsipincion River and Mississippi River were mentioned in the list. The Mississippi River extending from south of Camanche to just north of Clint
Law Day: Award recognizes longtime service
A Clinton man known for his leadership and dedication to the community was honored on Friday with the Clinton County Bar Association's Liberty Bell award.
- Stocks come and go so beware of indexes One of the basic rules of military strategy is that when aggressively pursuing the enemy, you have to be sure you don't outrun your supply lines. If the guys bringing the food, ammo and fuel can't keep up, it doesn't take long before bad things happe
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