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Shortly after the redbuds bloom, people start heading outside. They’re not chasing turkeys or looking for a new place to fish for crappies. They’re after morels, a mushroom that makes its … more
When it was entering its second century, the wood-frame, white-steepled Methodist church on the Calhoun Square, built in 1904, was starting to show its age. By 2010, the church’s stained glass … more
If you walked into the Benson Center last Saturday, expecting the same old fly-fishing show just like the one last year or the year before, you’d have been surprised. It wasn’t the … more
The American Pickers are excited to return to Missouri! They plan to film episodes of The History Channel hit television series throughout your area in June 2024. AMERICAN PICKERS is a documentary … more
Transfer Station Free, for Selected Items, for City Residents The 2024 City Wide Clean Up Week will be April 15 -April 20. During City Wide Clean Up, the City of Clinton will offer expanded hours and … more
Kelsey Carter of Montrose, Mo., was one of 30 high school sophomores recently selected to participate in the Missouri Department of Agriculture’s Missouri Agribusiness Academy (MAbA). Carter … more
On April 6, 2024 around 3:20 a.m. a victim of a stabbing presented themselves at Golden Valley Hospital Emergency Room. After brief questioning from the Clinton Police Department, it was learned that … more
The Clinton SkillsUSA chapter had a very successful state competition last week, with 5 students headed to NATIONAL COMPETITION in Atlanta, GA this June. Sixty-three students competed at the state … more
When she was growing up, Brooklyn Timmons didn’t know what it was like to have supportive parents, her own bedroom or even her own bed. Her family moved frequently, she said, mostly living in … more
During Monday evening’s Board of Education meeting, the Clinton School District approved the hiring of Daniel Brungardt as Superintendent beginning in the 2024-2025 school year. Mr. Brungardt … more
It’s not the upcoming mega hatch of cicadas or the full eclipse that has fishermen checking the calendar. The Fly Fishing Expo is returning to the Benson Center in Clinton. For those people who … more
Two things still pertain to quilt making, even though the concept of sewing padding between two pieces of fabric has gone through changes since frontier women saved every piece of clothing to recycle … more
Henry County Sheriff Kent Oberkrom has announced his retirement which is to take place on December 31, 2024, after 28 years in office. Aaron Brown and Mike Sowers, candidates with strong law … more
Transfer Station Free, for Selected Items, for City Residents The 2024 City Wide Clean Up Week will be April 15 -April 20. During City Wide Clean Up, the City of Clinton will offer expanded hours and … more
My name is Gary Mount, and I am running for Clinton’s Ward 1 City Council. I was born and raised in Clinton and a 1972 graduate of Clinton High School. My parents were George and Clara Mount … more
Linda Lampkin knew her idea to buy the carousel that had been part of the Appleton City Fair for more than a decade was a winner. Now, everybody in the state of Missouri knows. Sara Schafer, the … more
Every Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m., from March through November, members of a small choral group leave their homes or workplaces and drive to one of the care homes in Clinton. Last week, the group, … more
The Henry County Soil & Water Conservation District’s 60th Annual Meeting was held March 7 th at the Benson Center in Clinton. At the Meeting, Harold Ebeling was presented the 2024 … more
Over the last few weeks we hope you have found this informational series helpful. It has been our intent for you to be an informed voter when heading to the polls next week. Today, we’d like to … more
On April 2, Clinton voters will have the opportunity to vote for a Public Safety Tax of one-half cent on the ballot. Approval of the tax will enable Clinton’s Fire and Police Departments to … more
People come from all over the world to ride the 240 miles of the KATY Trail, the longest continuous rails-to-trails recreational trail in the United States. When the next 144 miles of the Rock Island … more
A 24 by 48-foot pavilion for covered seating. Live music on summer nights. Cold beer and fresh-fried catfish. Along with southern-style sides and desserts, Frank’s Fish Shack on Hwy. 7 S. will … more
Over the past several weeks, district administration has enjoyed visiting with various groups in the Clinton community regarding the upcoming election. During these conversations, we have received … more
Ho Heartland Community Theatre is pleased to announce an upcoming casting call, as we will be hosting auditions for our Summer Production, “Sentimental Journey: A Stroll Down Memory … more
When Denise Terry was growing up in Tightwad, her family would eat at Donna’s Drive-In. A Tightwad icon, Donna’s is famous for its tenderloin sandwiches, home-style entrees and pie. … more
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