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How Central DeWitt High School’s director of bands, Josh Greubel, came up with the concept for the upcoming “Locally Grown” performance at the Central DeWitt Performing Arts Center is kind of a long story.

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The final numbers are in, and 21 area nonprofits received grant money derived from DeWitt hosting an overnight RAGBRAI stop that raked in a $44,100 profit. 

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When former Central DeWitt High School English teacher and Sabula native Rachel Carlson wrote her first book, “Here To Stay,” it sat as a file on her computer for three years.

As the holiday season approaches, federal officials authorized boosters of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for all adults age 18 and over, the Iowa Department of Health announced Monday.

The Clinton County Area Solid Waste Agency will be closed on Thanksgiving but return to regular business hours Friday, Nov. 26, from 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Three teams of Central DeWitt students representing the school’s Future Business Leaders of America program participated in the Junior Achievement Titan central region competition at St. Ambrose University in Davenport. The competition is a virtual business simulator that gives teams a chanc…

The discussion about a proposal to create a solar farm west of Grand Mound is becoming one of the most divisive topics Clinton County Supervisor Dan Srp has had in his seven years as a supervisor, he said at the Nov. 15 board meeting.

Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller honored five Iowans for their efforts to stop the abuse and fraud of their fellow community members during the office’s inaugural Consumer Protection Hero recognition ceremony.

The city of Clinton will receive $15 million in federal funds through the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) discretionary grants program. The total FY 21 RAISE investment in American infrastructure was nearly $1 billion, awarded to 90 projects in 47 st…

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Tom VanBlaricome visited Pearl Harbor a few years ago on a family vacation, and he was intrigued when he heard about a program that could help bring a piece of World War II history to his students in the Calamus-Wheatland School District. 

City officials are eyeing another site for future pickleball courts in DeWitt, and this one is “exciting,” according to DeWitt City Administrator Steve Lindner.

Retirement for Ted and Sharon Witt is a combination of emotions — exciting, surreal and a bit sad.

After a year’s hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, DeWitt’s annual Hometown Christmas celebration will be back to help families and area residents get into the holiday spirit Saturday, Dec. 4.

Clinton County Sheriff Bill Greenwalt believes revenue generated from housing out-of-county inmates in the Clinton County Jail will help cover the cost of hiring five additional full-time staff members in the jail.