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When Jillian Aschliman saw an announcement in 2016 that DeWitt was looking for a new library director, she jumped at the chance to apply. 

Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday, March 2, for a special election to decide a $40 million bond referendum for career and technical training opportunities for students of all ages.

A U.S. House committee on Friday finalized the process by which it will decide federal election contests. 

When Marty Daniels replaced longtime DeWitt water superintendent Abe Fox in September, perhaps he couldn’t have predicted how much after-hours work would be involved. 

About 10 minutes into her weekly COVID-19 update to the Clinton County Board of Supervisors on Monday, Michele Cullen needed to get off the phone.

Late last year, DeWitt Police Chief David Porter was speaking with a fellow police chief in Minnesota, when the issue of building community trust in law enforcement came up in conversation.

A fiber optic network expansion recently backed by the Clinton County Supervisors could spur economic development, officials said.

Winners of the annual “What the Flag Means to Me” essay contest, put on by members of the Eugene McManus Post 238 DeWitt American Legion, are (front, from left) AJ Kerr, Cooper Jorgensen, Mason Staub and Chelsea Kunde. Other winners not pictured were Cooper Barber and Keaton Birt. Essay winn…

The Sisters of St. Francis Franciscan Peace Center will show the movie, “Starved: Our Food Insecurity Crisis,”via Zoom Friday, March 12, at 3 p.m.