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Central DeWitt officials tightened rules for Birney Field spectators in response to behavior — particularly from intermediate-school students —  they say has been problematic in recent weeks.

Next month will kick off the 11th year DeWitt’s Pink for the Cure Committee (PFTC) will launch its annual campaign to raise awareness and help educate the public about breast cancer.

Nestled in the DeWitt countryside, Grace Lutheran Camp has long provided a place for reflection and recreation, praise and celebration.

For a short while, A.J. Hamm wanted to be a stand-up comedian. 

By way of approving a revised proposal from Origin Design at their meeting Sept. 19, DeWitt City Council members have given the green light for the company to study, analyze and recommend stoplight efficiency improvements at two intersections along 11th Street.

County officials have scheduled two sessions to discuss how to manage possible active shooter situations around the county. 

Maggie’s House Assisted Living, in DeWitt, celebrated National Assisted Living Week Sept. 11-17. Voted for by their fellow residents were this year’s queen and king, Helen Green and Norman Bousselot. Daily activities included dress-up days “mis-match,” Hawaiian, sport and pajama day. Everyon…

A Davenport man is jailed in Clinton County and accused of eluding, second-degree criminal mischief and second-offense operating while under the influence.

With a goal to support career and technical education training throughout the region, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is celebrating the start of construction for the Clinton Community College Career Advancement Center in DeWitt on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 10 a.m.

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The Iowa 4-H Foundation and Clinton County 4-H is launching its annual special 24-hour event, Iowa 4-H Giving Day (www.iowa4Hgivingday.org), on Oct. 4-5 from noon to noon. 

Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream, in conjunction with the Happy Joe’s Kids Foundation, is awarding $50,000 to help meet the needs of children with disabilities and their families. In honor of the brand’s 50th anniversary and the birthday of its late founder, “Happy Joe” Whitty, company will…

Two healthcare providers in Eastern Iowa are forming a strategic partnership officials say will help them solve workforce needs and enhance patient convenience. Genesis Health System and MercyOne have signed a letter of intent (LOI) to develop the strategic partnership.

It may be small, but now on display at the DeWitt American Legion is a big piece of U.S. history.

Spencer Lueders’ office has a west-facing window that serves as a source of natural lighting, creating a welcoming, cheerful environment that matches the new principal’s demeanor. 

Property owners in the Northeast Community School District last week voted down a measure that would have given the district’s school board the authority to possibly raise property taxes. 

Enjoying a sweet treat — in the form of a “Pup Cup” being fed to him by his owner, Kellen Jess, 10, of Camanche — is Monty, held by DeWitt Police Chief Dave Porter. Cups & Cones Saturday night hosted a “Cops & Cones” event from which proceeds were donated to the police department.

A hearing for Sycamore Media’s lawsuit filed against the Central DeWitt Community School District and its board will take place Sept. 27. 

Major U.S. agricultural production groups are pulling together their requests for the next farm bill — the massive legislation that Congress rewrites every five years to set farm and food policy — with crop insurance and disaster assistance on the top of their lists.