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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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Ashford director appointed to commission

Jul 18, 2014 • Clinton Herald
Charlie Minnick, vice president/campus director of Ashford University, has been appointed by Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad to the Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service. Minnick's appointment was effective July 1, and is not subject to Iowa Senate confirmation. More

Showboat series runs Saturdays

Jul 4, 2014 • Clinton Herald
Allison Winkel, a junior at Fulton High School, and Matt Espey, a senior at Clinton High School, play the Hedgehog and Tortoise, who try to trick the Jaguar, played by Clinton High junior Danica Smith. Two more Clinton High School students, Alice Lind ... More

Goals demanding but not unreachable

Jul 16, 2014 • Clinton Herald
CLINTON — A month before the Clinton School Board finalized its 2014-15 goals on Monday, Superintendent Deb Olson set the objectives in motion. This year, that includes continuing the district's upward-swinging graduation rate, though the board means ... More

Victorian furniture prices down, silver up

Jun 28, 2014 • Clinton Herald
Sold choice, the first one climbed quickly to $425 and was sold to a DeWitt buyer. The second secretary, with a roll-front desk, had minor damage on the bottom doors and was knocked down for $300. A walnut corner shelf was a nice buy at $65. A walnut ... More

Contracts approved at Central meeting

Jul 12, 2014 • Clinton Herald
In a closed session prior to the regular meeting, the board discussed the level of pay increases for any personnel not covered by collective bargaining agreements. Comparisons were made to other WaMaC schools. Considered were the 3.1 percent raise ... More

Yearbook app awes administrators

Jun 26, 2014 • Clinton Herald
“I've been in education for 17 years and the students at this school seem more interested and in-tuned to technology and staying on the edge of it,” Fulton High School Principal Chris Tennyson said. “To me this (yearbook feature) says everything about ... More

Students attend national FBLA conference in Nashville

Jul 11, 2014 • Clinton Herald
Clinton High School student Rohan Aggarwal, current vice president of the North-Central region and Iowa president of FBLA, was a finalist for the office of national president. Ashford students earning honors in the FBLA-PBL conference included ... More

Volunteer millers to present program Wednesday

Jul 4, 2014 • Clinton Herald
FULTON, Ill. — The volunteer millers at de Immigrant windmill will hold a program this month featuring information on presidential rest and relaxation. Guest speaker Ronald H. Koehn will present a program called “Life's a Breeze: Presidential Rest and ... More

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