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Latest estimates show most towns have lost population since 2010

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Clinton and area communities are like a majority of towns in the state to lose population according the latest Census Bureau estimates. Click ‘read more’ for the details and a link to all of the data. » Read more..

Iowa American Water LIFTS Precautionary Boil Advisory for a limited area of Clinton

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Tests confirm the water continues to meet all state and federal water quality regulations-Click ‘read more’ for the company’s statement » Read more..

*UPDATED 5/25 -Flood Watch & Flood Warning posted for the Mississippi in the area

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Flood Warning with update information for the Camanche area and a Flood Watch for the Fulton area-Clinton ‘read more for the official NWS statements. » Read more..

ISU study: Most advice for dealing with workplace bullying doesn’t work

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via Radio Iowa

An Iowa State University study focused on people who are targets of workplace bullying. Stacy Tye-Williams, an I-S-U professor of communication studies, says she surveyed 48 targets of bullying about what advice they’d received, if they used the advice, if it worked and what advice they’d offer others. (link to study included) » Read more..

Tentative Schedule Of Governmental Meetings

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The Clinton County Board, Clinton School Board, Clinton City Council and Northeast School Board on the tentative schedule of governmental meetings this week.

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Drug Abuse Resistance Education

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Whittier 5th grade student Belinda Cuatlatl has been recognized as the 2017 Clinton County Sheriff’s Office DARE Essay Winner. Here’s Belinda reading her work.

Her essay will be submitted to the State of Iowa DARE Essay Contest as well.  – available on our website

Official statement from Clinton School Superintendent Deb Olson regarding empty school buses involved in an accident.

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Today at approximately 2:50 P.M., 4 Clinton School buses were involved in a chain reaction traffic accident in the Clinton Middle School parking lot as they were lining up to pick up students after school. NO students were on the buses at the time of the accident. » Read more..