Archive for September 30, 2013

Jury selection under way in city’s EMS representation trial

A list of more than 20 potential witnesses that could take the stand in the city of Clinton’s legal malpractice suit was detailed during the first day of trial Monday.

During jury selection Monday morning, attorney Bob Waterman with Davenport firm Lane and Waterman, who is representing defendant Michael Walker, detailed the witness list to ensure potential jurors did not know any of the witnesses.

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KROS is cooperating with the Clinton Herald on trial coverage


If you heard the loud noise this morning-we have some answers for you

A semi-truck hit a utility pole in the industrial area that knocked down a power line and caused issues with the ADM plant and caused loud noises heard by many in the community.

ADM has issued a statement about the incident you can read plus more details

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Mardi Gras Parade

One of the organizers of the annual event discusses the details and theme in this interview heard on KROS RADIO-listen for all the details


YWCA hires from within for a new director

A new director of the Clinton Y-W-C-A has been named.  The Marketing Director at the ‘Y’ Shannon Sander-Welzien has been hired as the new director.

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Clinton City Council will have to decide the next step in whether there will a large item pickup

There was no interest by private companies to conduct a large item pickup program in Clinton.  City leaders chose to send out request-for-proposals to conduct what had been a city service.

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New Middle School Construction Update

Although it was tentative-the Construction Manager Eric White at the new Clinton middle school project is estimating completion in the middle of August.  but he added they think can find some ways on the interior of the building to make up some time.  That’s a later than the planned timeline to be done in July and have the building ready for the school year starting in August 2014.

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New Clinton City website could be coming

The city is making a move to have a current and more active web-page.  The City Council’s City Services Committee gave the go-ahead for the administration to issue a ‘request for proposal’ for  work on a new city website.

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