Thursday morning newscast *with updated information- the school insurance agent issue & lawsuit settlement*


If you missed it this morning-you can listen to the newscast on-demand with stories on a new manufacturer coming to town, school board member walks out of the meeting & more

*Concerning the School Board story-Superintendent Deb Olson said she talked with Jack Wenzel today and he is not resigning, as expressed at the meeting.  She said the 4 board members who didn’t score the insurance proposals will get a copy and then score them and the 7 scores will then be used to make a decision.*

‘Read more’ for other items on the agenda for tonight’s Clinton City Council meeting including settlement of a lawsuit against the city » Read more..

Tentative Schedule of meetings this week-links to agendas included

The Clinton School Board and Clinton City Council are among the governmental bodies meeting this week-‘read more’ for details

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Rotary Club of Clinton’s $1 Million Dollar Eagle Point Park Lodge Fundraising Campaign Receives Big Lead

The Rotary Club of Clinton’s fundraising campaign for renovations of the Lodge at Eagle Point Park got a boost from a local foundation.  The local service club plans to raise one-million dollars for the project by the end of June. (interview on the project & project pictures included) » Read more..

Wednesday Newscast

Traffic signal near new middle school discussion, new calendar parking rules to be proposed in today’s newscast-if you missed it on-the-air you can listen here:

Clinton featured in today’s Iowa Almanac

Iowa Almanac for Wednesday, May 6 “Two Volumes Bound in Black”

Imagine receiving this letter…”Dear Sir. By tomorrow evening’s mail, you will receive two volumes of the ‘Irrepressible Conflict’ bound in black. After perusal, please forward, and oblige.” ‘Read more’ for details on how Clinton and the area played a major role in the ‘underground railroad.

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New cases of HIV drop to lowest level since 2003 (local statistics & link to report included)

via Radio Iowa By Pat Curtis
There’s promising news in the battle against HIV and AIDS in Iowa. New diagnoses of HIV dropped by 19-percent last year compared to 2013. » Read more..