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The good news in the Central DeWitt School District is that the certified enrollment has increased for the fourth year in a row. [Read More]
Q: I fell behind on my student loan payments, and I'm ready to get them back on schedule. Where do I start? [Read More]
Something is stealing teens' sleep. [Read More]
Four of the six candidates running in the November Clinton City Council elections readied themselves for moderator David Pillers' questions on budget cuts, the Mill... [Read More]
A total of 150 restaurants around the nation on Oct. 13 donated 10 percent of the day's proceeds to aid Puerto Rico. [Read More]
The annual Clinton Community College Nursing Club Spooktacular event is scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 27 in the Clinton Community College Auditorium, 1000... [Read More]
A Clinton man pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony theft charge. [Read More]
Six of seven Camanche City Council candidates took part in a candidate forum Wednesday at Camanche Middle School as voters get ready to head to... [Read More]
While famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright understandably didn't live to see the 150th anniversary of his 1867 birth, hundreds of buildings and many more... [Read More]
Three consecutive scores over the final 12 minutes, 10 seconds of the first half put Morrison on top, and the Mustangs held off Bureau Valley... [Read More]
Ty McGruder helped break the game open when he returned the second-half kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown, and Clinton ended its football season with... [Read More]
The Fulton Steamers rolled over Erie/Prophetstown 46-0 in their last regular-season matchup of the year Friday night at home to better their seeding heading into... [Read More]
Due to a major water main break, residents living in the south end of Fulton are under a boil order. [Read More]
Conflicts are a part of everyday life. But resolving them doesn't always mean someone has to lose. [Read More]
The National Committee for Quality Assurance has announced that Community Health Care, Inc., Clinton Clinic has received NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition for using evidence-based,... [Read More]
The heat continued in week 7 for the Chalk in college football. I laid a bunch of points with my favorites and they dominated. [Read More]
The Clinton River Queens ended their regular season with a win Thursday in girls swimming dual meet against Davenport North. [Read More]
Three area teams, four other girls and four local boys earned trips to the Iowa cross country state meets Thursday in state-qualifying meets. [Read More]
The Fulton Steamers ended their volleyball regular season with a win against the Sherrard Tigers on Senior Night on Thursday. [Read More]
Last week was a big week for the Chalk in college football. The hot streak continued with a 6-0 record against the spread, with two... [Read More]