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- City earns recognition CLINTON -- The city of Clinton received statewide acclaim for the Regional Wastewater Reclamation facility, earning the Governor's Environmental Excellence award for pioneering technology that improves the environment. The Iowa DNR announced the awa
- Costs higher than expected CLINTON — Renovations to the Riverview Bandshell could be more expensive than originally planned because the money for the project has to flow through the city rather than given directly to the volunteer group that suggested the improvements. During
- Council OKs path to privatizing CLINTON — The city of Clinton will look into privatizing its solid waste system, but not all city of Clinton officials are comfortable with the idea of handing over control of the city's solid waste. The City Council on Tuesday approved a resolution
- Residents invited to comment on proposed water rate hike CLINTON — The Iowa Utilities Board will host a public comment meeting in Clinton for Iowa-American Water customers regarding the utility's request to increase its rates. The meeting in Clinton will be 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, at the Clinton Moose L
River levels affecting recreational activity
CLINTON -- Torrential rains have hammered much of the Midwest region in the past two months, causing significant flooding to the Mississippi River and its backwaters.
Small tornado touches down in Whiteside Co.
The National Weather Service says a small tornado touched down in a rural area of northwestern Illinois, but no major damage or injuries were reported.
- Clysar moving HQ to Clinton CLINTON -- Big news hit the city of Clinton Wednesday, when an affiliate of Cove Point Holdings, LLC, announced the purchase of the Clysar division of Bemis Co. The announcement means Clinton will once again house the company headquarters of one of t
- Lawmaker looks at recycling process CLINTON -- Congressman Dave Loebsack paid a visit to the 7G Distributing facility in Clinton on Wednesday. Congressman Loebsack is known for being an advocate of "going green" and the facility specializes in glass recycling. His visit was to see th
Company headquarters moving back to Clinton
Clinton will once again be the company headquarters of one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of premium polyolefin shrink films, company officials announced today.
- Council OKs sewer rate hike CLINTON - Sewer rates are on the rise again after Clinton City Council members during their Tuesday night meeting approved a 9.5 percent increase. The increase will bring the cost per unit from $8.18 to $8.96 per unit for residential customers as of
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