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Winds of change blowing in Iowa Class 4A football

Sep 10, 2011 • by Brian Rathjen • North Scott Senior High School
MAC schedule could be replaced with districts More

New 5-class system coming for Iowa girls sports

May 23, 2011 • by Brian Rathjen • North Scott Senior High School
North Scott, Davenport North bumped to second-largest class under new system More

Drake Relays Day 1: MAC has three finish in top 10 of boys 3200 run

Apr 28, 2011 • by Brian Rathjen • North Scott Senior High School
Day 1 of the annual Drake Relays in Des Moines is wrapping up, and the Mississippi Athletic Conference had a great first day on the boys side after three athletes finished in the top 10 of the 3,200-meter run. Marshall Moyer of Burlington led the MAC attack with a third-place finish, with a tim More

Major changes in Iowa high school wrestling

Apr 28, 2011 • by Brian Rathjen • North Scott Senior High School
Weight classes to changeState duals moved to date before traditional state tourney More

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Tubbs leads inexperienced squad

Aug 26, 2014 • Clinton Herald
CLINTON — During her first two years of volleyball at Clinton High School, Elle Tubbs has been surrounded by talented, older players. They've all graduated, and several have taken their talents to the college level. Now, it's Tubbs' turn to become the ... More

Kearney headed to swimming hall of fame

Aug 26, 2014 • Clinton Herald
CLINTON — Raymond J. “Bud” Kearney, a 1964 graduate of Clinton High School and the 1964 Iowa High School swimming champion in the 100 and 200 freestyle, has been selected by the Iowa High School Swim Coaches Association to be inducted into ... More

'Ed Sullivan' clip shows Knight

Sep 19, 2014 • Clinton Herald
CLINTON — Many Clintonians know the story of the Knight family's dominance in the local wrestling scene. But 60 years ago from Friday, a member of the Knight family showcased a different talent on a national stage. The man who displayed that talent ... More

Erie girls win triangular

Aug 28, 2014 • Clinton Herald
ERIE, Ill. — Erie edged Princeton by three strokes Wednesday to claim first place at a girls golf triangular. Playing on their home course, Lake Erie Country Club, the Cardinals shot a 202 total. Princeton followed at 205, with Rock Falls taking third ... More

Old schools could become apartments

Sep 16, 2014 • Quad City Times
Two historic and architecturally significant schools, one in Davenport and one in Clinton, could be rehabbed into 18 apartments each if funding is approved in January by the Iowa Economic Development Authority. In Davenport, Quad-City developer Chris ... More

Diane J. Handel

Sep 15, 2014 • SaukValley.com
She graduated from Clinton High School in 1959. ... Diane is survived by her husband, Gary Handel of Fulton; three children, Todd (Jana) Friis of St. Charles, Missouri, Molly (Jason) Kaczinski of Clinton, and Heather Friis Bulten of Bettendorf, Iowa ... More

Charting a new path

Aug 28, 2014 • Clinton Herald
CHS. Clinton High School head coach Lee Camp addresses his team during last week's scrimmage. ... With the Iowa High School Athletic Association restructuring districts in Class 4A, schools at that level will see unfamiliar opponents on the schedule ... More

Unrest grows in Liberian slum

Aug 21, 2014 • Clinton Herald
MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberian security forces sealed off a seaside slum in the capital Wednesday in the latest effort to stop the spread of Ebola, setting off protests by angry residents. A resident of the West Point district said by phone that ... More

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