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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
- Clinton woman wins trip to Costa Rica CLINTON -- Pizza Ranch, the buffet concept that features old Western décor, stone accent walls, and decorative artwork, has announced that the winner of the Tropical Vacation Sweepstakes is Carol Nass from Clinton. Nass received a 5-star, all-inclus
Easton Valley responds to lawsuit
In response to the lawsuit filed against it, the Easton Valley School District claims in court documents that the Northeast School District and East Central School District illegally attempted to bind its future actions when they entered into a whole-grade sharing agreement.
Upcoming road closures announced
On Monday, May 6, and Tuesday, May 7, Pershing Boulevard will be closed to through traffic from Eighth Avenue North to 13th Avenue North.
- West Heights Townhomes taking shape CLINTON — The first part of a new apartment complex is taking shape, and soon the facility's other half will be started. Construction began in January on the 32,000-square-foot West Heights Townhomes, and according to CHI Housing representative Matt
Local business owners continue push to grow Clinton's downtown
A report just issued by Iowa State University analyzing retail numbers from fiscal year 2012 in Clinton County shows those numbers dropped for the fourth consecutive year.
- More work to be done at Statehouse As the 110th day of the 85th General Assembly arrives, it is very obvious the tasks at hand will not be completed. We will be back in Des Moines on Monday to complete the unfinished business of the 2013 session. It appears that all Appropriations Bi
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