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- Captain, crew thankful for Clinton's hospitality CLINTON -- After a fun-filled weekend, the Nina and Pinta have packed up and shipped out to their next location on the Mississippi River. Clinton residents welcomed the ships with warm hospitality Thursday and made the crew feel right at home through
- Head out on the highway CLINTON -- Around 400 Harley riders will cruise into Clinton this weekend as the city hosts the Harley Owners Group 2013 state rally. From Thursday through Saturday, Clinton will be filled with bikers from across the state who will take part in var
10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Obama: NSA secret data gathering 'transparent'
President Barack Obama defended top secret National Security Agency spying programs as legal in a lengthy interview Monday, and called them transparent — even though they are authorized in secret.
End of the road for landfill's bio-reactor
The county landfill will scrap its bio-reactor. The Clinton County Area Solid Waste Agency heard a quote from James Luther Kiln & Dryer on repairing the broken bio-reactor vessel during Thursday's meeting, learning the project could cost as much as $750,000.
Bluegrass festival launches more plans
The first Bluegrass Festival commenced Saturday and the city of Fulton saw a successful turnout.
More than Paint: School districts prepare to merge as Easton Valley
Members of the Preston and East Central communities are preparing for the major change of their districts becoming one. As of late, those preparations involved gallons of orange and grey paint.
10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today
IRS supervisor in DC scrutinized tea party cases
An Internal Revenue Service supervisor in Washington says she was personally involved in scrutinizing some of the earliest applications from tea party groups seeking tax-exempt status.
MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: John LeComte
John LeComte does not consider himself a history scholar.
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