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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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Espitia is Horatio Alger scholar

Jan 27, 2015 • Clinton Herald
CLINTON — Adolfo Espitia, a first trimester Clinton High School early graduate, was recently selected as a 2015 Horatio Alger National Scholar. With this honor, Adolfo receives a substantial college scholarship and has been invited to the 2015 Horatio ... More

Robert R. Gifford

Jan 28, 2015 • Quad City Times
Rob was born in Clinton on Feb. 6, 1941, the son of LeRoy and Elsie (Grant) Gifford. He graduated from Clinton High School and Clinton Community College. He attended Northern Iowa and was accepted as an apprentice at Clinton Corn Processing ... More

Keeping influenza at bay

Jan 17, 2015 • Clinton Herald
Part of that is because of the strict sanitary practices and visiting policies that childcare providers, senior living facilities and schools have in place. Clinton School District nursing coordinator Darlene Fox said despite a few instances since the ... More


Jan 22, 2015 • Clinton Herald
Association; CHS NHS donated $1500 to the VNA Care for Yourself Program that helps women of Clinton County; Clinton High School raised over $4000 in the Red and Black Cancer Attack fundraiser for two students who are battling cancer; CHS students ... More

Fulton defense rises up

Dec 30, 2014 • Clinton Herald
LANARK, Ill. — Zach Barber didn't even realize the ferocity his defense played during Monday night's third quarter. Fulton held Warren to one point in the quarter of a 71-49 win that sent the Steamers to the Eastland Holiday Tournament boys basketball ... More

Muskie grapplers show well at Clinton

Jan 25, 2015 • Muscatine Journal
CLINTON, Iowa — If there was ever a time to have everything start to come together, it would be at this point in the wrestling season. Coming off its performance Saturday at the Bob Lueders Invitational at Clinton High School, the Muscatine wrestling ... More

Sisters of St. Francis continue awareness presentations

Jan 20, 2015 • Clinton Herald
“It was so strange,” said Clinton High School senior Maddie Marlowe, who attended the event, “that all that is going on in the world without us knowing anything about it.” Before the credits roll, the filmmakers offer hope in the form of someone who ... More

Tweeting principals

Jan 16, 2015 • Clinton Herald
Even this week — when a history lesson turned awry on Facebook — Clinton High School Principal JR Kuch quickly diffused the situation from his smartphone. Although this is Kuch's first year as principal, he's well-versed on the Twitter-sphere, having ... More

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