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The two men seeking the City's Commissioner of Public Health and Safety both agree a new fire station is a need in the City of Clinton, but how do they feel about the specifics of the new station? In...read more
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If you are looking for an area where the two Clinton Mayoral candidates differ, look no further than the subject of video gambling. The State of Illinois allows communities to decide if and how many ...read more
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Friday provided farm owners and producers one additional week, until April 7, 2015, to choose between Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC), t...read more
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More than two-thousand workers in the southwestern Illinois town of Granite City are facing layoffs in the face of U.S. Steel’s planned operations consolidation. A press release from U.S. Steel ...read more
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March has seen slight below average temperatures this far with varying precipitation. We'll see colder temperatures this weekend with warmer weather coming for the work week. State climatologist Jim A...read more
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IT’S WORK ZONE SAFETY WEEK AND THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION IS URGING MOTORISTS TO SLOW DOWN, AND EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED. ACTING I-DOT SECRETARY RANDY BLANKENHORN SAYS ABOUT 43-HUND...read more
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ILLINOIS LAWMAKERS CONTINUE TO LOOK FOR WAYS TO KEEP PEOPLE IN THEIR JOBS AND OUT OF TROUBLE. THE SENATE PASSED A BILL GIVING THE STATE A LITTLE MORE LEEWAY WHEN IT COMES TO REINSTATING A HEALTH CARE...read more
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THE LIST OF STATE SYMBOLS MAY BE GROWING. WE ALREADY HAVE A STATE SNACK: POPCORN, A STATE DANCE: THE SQUARE DANCE, AND A STATE REPTILE: THE EASTERN PAINTED TURTLE. NOW… LAWMAKERS, LIKE BILL SP...read more
Farmers Have Until April 7 to Update Yields, Reallocate Base Acres, and Make Final Selections   WASHINGTON, March 27, 2015 – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today provid...read more
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This summer, Superintendent of Clinton Schools, Dr. Jeff Holmes is set to retire and his successor was the topic of a recent forum of candidates for the Clinton Board of Education. Kurt Nettles, curr...read more
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The Clinton Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for one of it's most popular events attended by the community. The 2015 Clinton Chamber Business Expo is just days away and organizers are hoping the eve...read more
The Illinois Senate Energy and Public Utilities Committee Thursday passed Senate Bill 1585, legislation to establish a Low Carbon Portfolio Standard (LCPS) that would bolster Illinois’ clean ene...read more
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It’s not his last day but Congressman Aaron Schock stood on the floor of the House of Representatives and said good bye. The Illinois Republican took a few minutes to look back on his 4 terms i...read more
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An Illinois House committee has approved a Quad City area lawmaker's legislation legalizing bobcat hunting. House Bill 352 would establish an annual open season from November 1st through February 15t...read more
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The candidates for the Clinton City Council fielded question Tuesday night about the future of the Clinton Power Station. For over a year now, it has been widely reported the station is not profitabl...read more
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