August weather was cooler than normal.


Clinton area weather observer Jim Blaesss says the overall temperature was 70.9 degrees and that was below the normal for the month of 72.6. » Read more..

Iowa families urged to take month-long challenge to fight childhood obesity

Today (Tuesday) marks the start of Childhood Obesity Awareness Month in Iowa. Kassi Wessing, spokeswoman for the American Heart Association of Iowa, says they’re launching a month-long, get-healthy challenge for all Iowa families. Links to further information included » Read more..

Public Meetings about city’s water shut off plan

The City of Clinton will be holding four meetings about the implementation of the water shut-off agreement
with Iowa American Water Company. ‘Read more for dates, times and more information » Read more..

ISU researchers study nomophobia, fear of “no more phone”

via Radio Iowa

Researchers at Iowa State University have developed a test to help people determine if they’re nomophobic
It’s the fear of being without your smartphone. ‘Read more’ to read the questionnaire for the test » Read more..

2nd Avenue South Road Project

The contractor will begin milling asphalt on 2nd Avenue South from South Bluff Blvd. to South 11th Street on Wednesday, September 2, and from South 11th Street to South 18th Street on Thursday, September 3. ‘Read more’ for the schedule of work on the project. » Read more..

Clinton residents asked to help fight the Emerald Ash Borer

As part of the projects with Augustana CollegeClinton residents are asked to share the location of trees on their property to combat the threat of the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). This non-native invasive beetle is destructive to all types of ash trees, and quickly spreading throughout the Midwest. » Read more..