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Clinton Herald

Law enforcement checks up on registered sex offenders

CLINTON — Before children hit the streets Saturday asking for candy, local law enforcement officers will be making sure that convicted sex offenders are where they are supposed to be. The Clinton County Sheriff’s Department met with law enforcement officers Monday to begin a week-long check of addresses to make...
CLINTON COUNTY, IA
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Registered sex offenders: two living in Cordova as of week ending Oct. 23

There are currently two registered sex offenders living in Cordova as of the week ending Oct. 23, according to the Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Cordova is home to two sexual predators. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people...
CORDOVA, IL
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Clinton Herald

Downtown alley closed for two weeks

CLINTON — Due to electrical work at the Wilson Building, the alley behind 219 Fifth Ave. South will be closed beginning Tuesday, Oct. 26. The alley will be closed for approximately 2 weeks. Contact the Engineering Department at 244-3423 with any questions.
CLINTON, IA
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Clinton Public Library seeks Advisory Task Force volunteers to look at space needs

The Clinton Public Library is looking for Advisory Task Force volunteers. The 117-year-old library at 306 8th Avenue South is assessing space needs and the developing design solutions required to deliver current and future library services based on community needs. A Monday library release said: “We are trying to gather...
CLINTON, IA
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Veteran reflects on time spent fighting in Vietnam War

A man from Clinton found himself far away from home, fighting in the jungles of Vietnam, decades ago. Veteran David Woods describes his experience in battle in an area troops nicknamed “The Valley of Death.”. Local 4’s Photojournalist Mike Colón has this week’s edition of “Veterans Voices.”
CLINTON, IA
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Woman hurt after falling out of moving bus in Jo Daviess, Co.

HANOVER, Ill. (KWQC) - A Morrison, Ill. woman is hurt after falling out of a moving bus in Hanover, Ill. Saturday. According to the Jo Daviess Sheriff, deputies responded around 11:04 p.m. to IL Rt. 84 South north of W. Whitton Rd. for a report of a woman falling out of a moving vehicle.
HANOVER, IL
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Eldridge rejects effort to reinstate Lisa Kotter as city administrator

The Eldridge City Council did not take up a vote on Monday whether to reinstate Lisa Kotter as city administrator. Kotter, who was removed from her position Sept. 28 after a city-commissioned report found she created a “hostile work environment,” asked council members at a hearing Monday to reconsider their decision.
ELDRIDGE, IA
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Oct. 25: one registered sex offender living in Chadwick

There is currently one registered sex offender living in Chadwick as of Oct. 25, according to the Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Chadwick is home to one sexual predator. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people are no longer...
CHADWICK, IL
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Registry shows one sex offender living in Hanover as of week ending Oct. 23

There is currently one registered sex offender living in Hanover as of the week ending Oct. 23, according to the Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Hanover is home to one sexual predator. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people...
HANOVER, IL
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Clinton Herald

River Hawks make regional final

MILES – With a two-point lead and a surging Central City across the net, Easton Valley head volleyball coach Denise Larson called a timeout. “She said you’re fine, you know what you have to do,” senior Kaitlyn Kuhl said. “Keep fighting. She just gave us that little break we needed to throw them off and get us going again.”
MILES, IA
Jacksonville Journal Courier

Gun violence program costs millions and has created 20 jobs so far

ALBANY — In mid-July, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the Consortium for Worker Education, a nonprofit group of 46 labor unions, would receive $18.5 million from the state to create 2,400 long-term jobs for young adults in communities distressed by gun violence. "We are going to hire young people, train...
ALBANY, IL
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Savanna houses nine registered sex offenders as of Oct. 25

There are currently nine registered sex offenders living in Savanna as of Oct. 25, according to the Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Savanna is home to eight sexual predators. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people are no longer...
SAVANNA, IL
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Hochul announces new anti-harassment guidelines

ALBANY — Gov. Kathy Hochul is implementing new guidelines designed to curtail workplace discrimination and harassment in state government, including within the Executive Chamber. The changes, laid out in a news release Monday, include hiring an independent firm to investigate complaints and the creation of a new human resources department.
ALBANY, IL
Clinton Herald

Iowa Women’s Foundation awards $100,000 to 2022 grantees

CORALVILLE — The Iowa Women’s Foundation recently announced its 2022 Core Grant recipients. The statewide nonprofit awarded $100,000 to 11 organizations across Iowa – including YWCA Clinton – raising their grantmaking total to more than $1.25 million. IWF works to improve the lives of Iowa’s women and girls through a...
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Assembly examines post-COVID changes to Open Meetings Law

ALBANY — The state Assembly conducted a hearing Monday to examine COVID-19’s impact on open meetings, more than a year after the pandemic led to the derailment of many provisions of the statute designed to make government bodies more transparent. In March 2020, as the pandemic spread quickly across the...
ALBANY, IL
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Oct. 26: six registered sex offenders living in Mount Carroll

There are currently six registered sex offenders living in Mount Carroll as of Oct. 26, according to the Illinois Police Sex Offender Registry. Mount Carroll is home to five sexual predators. Sexual predators and child murderers remain on the registry for the rest of their life. Sexually violent people are...
MOUNT CARROLL, IL
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