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A book stolen from kiosks in Westbrook Park has garnered attention in DeWitt, and DeWitt Community Library Director Janette McMahon is hoping to turn the incident into an advantageous opportunity — one that will possibly educate community members on library policies.

Last month, as Jennifer Henningsen joined her fellow staff members and residents gathered in the dining room at Westwing Place, in DeWitt, she raised her glass.

Since he started working for the city of DeWitt on April Fool’s Day, Bob Loose figured it would be fitting to make his last day before retirement Friday the 13th.

Central DeWitt High School class of 2022 graduate Henna VanHorn was involved in performing arts and student leadership, and some of her proudest high school moments came from that realm. 

DeWitt Chamber & Development Co. hands out 2022 Member’s Choice Awards

At their meeting June 6, DeWitt City Council members agreed to approve a special event permit for a temporary road closure — assuming work on a neighboring road is complete, that is.

DeWitt library hosts adult coloring activity

A Clinton County farmer with a long history of volunteerism was honored with the Clinton County Bar Association’s 2022 Liberty Bell Award.

As a child, DeWitt native Bonnie Capper-Eckstein advocated for the addition of a pool to the community. Today, her efforts to preserve this community asset continue. 

St. Joseph Church is offering free Lunch ‘n Learns this summer for those interested in deepening their knowledge of the Catholic faith. The events will take place from 12:10-12:50 p.m. on Thursday afternoons in Harness Hall. The first set of classes will be about Mass.

Eight Iowa communities, including Grand Mound, will receive grants of up to $2,000 to purchase items made from recycled plastic bags. Items include park benches made by Plastic Recycling of Iowa Falls. One park bench represents about 10,600 bags that won’t end up in the landfill.

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Phyllis “PJ” Humphrey did something she’d never done before in her 31 years driving a bus for Central DeWitt. 

In a tight three-way battle that stayed close until the final absentee ballots were tallied Tuesday night, the two incumbents running for Clinton County Supervisor advanced to the November general election by the slimmest of margins. Unofficially, incumbent Dan Srp outlasted challenger Steve…

Curt Coleman, President of Critical Access Hospitals for Genesis, is leaving the organization next month.