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- Panthers slosh to sectional title ERIE, Ill. -- Truth be told, coach Don Robinson would have just as soon waited a day to hold the Illinois Class 1A Erie Sectional girls track and field meet. But, to steal a phrase from the stage, "The show must go on." And so it did Thursday, and ho
- King, Messiah: New baby names suggest high hopes WASHINGTON — Talk about high expectations for a newborn: King and Messiah are among the fastest-rising baby names for American boys. They're just a little behind Major, the boy's name that jumped the most spots on the Social Security Administration
LEVINE: Access to information vital in society
When a Clinton County judge ruled in 2012 that the Clinton City Council violated the open meetings law, it sent a direct message to current City Council members that operating in secret would not be tolerated.
Suspicious package stalls Walmart shoppers
Walmart customers and employees were evacuated from the store Thursday night because of a potential homemade bomb.
- Queens win rainy battle with Burlington CLINTON -- Days after recovering from an illness, Clinton goalkeeper Hannah Dehner delivered possibly her best performance yet in the 2013 season. The River Queens took down Mississippi Athletic Conference foe Burlington 1-0 on Thursday night in a ra
Two men plan to start Clinton taxi services
CLINTON — Ride-seekers in the Gateway area soon will have two taxicab operations to get them to their destination.
UPDATED: Former employee sentenced in Ashford theft
A deferred judgment was granted to a former Ashford University employee who stole more than $62,000.
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The connection between breakfast and academic achievement
Most people know it's hard for children to pay attention in school without eating breakfast. But now a team of researchers has found out why that is.
Crowds swoon, but Prince Harry is all business
The British soldier-prince is spending most of his week in the U.S. honoring the wounded and the dead of war, a salute that began Thursday at a land-mine exhibition in Congress at the side of one of America's most storied wounded warriors, Sen. John McCain.
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