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The Clinton City Council met in a work session the evening of February 6 at city hall. Most of the council members were present except Daniel Wilson; Councilman Roger House joined via phone. Fire … more
In 2010, when Brad Wright was 17 years old, he graduated from Clinton High School and started working as a jailor at the Henry County Jail. The jail was located on South Washington Street at that … more
Tami and Yosh Gould have been in the car business for years. They met in Springfield in 2007, she said, where they both worked in car sales. Yosh has had a car dealership in Springfield since 2012, … more
Last September, Tabetha Jamsek and her husband, Jay, bought a 5,400 square foot building on Price Lane in Clinton, In October, they started converting into a family-oriented sports club where people … more
The Clinton City Council met in open session February 6. Councilwoman Debbie Smith was absent. Following roll call and the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance, the previous meeting’s minutes … more
Before Thanksgiving, a survey went out online from Clinton School District Superintendent Brian Wishard and district staff. The survey, which consisted of 37 questions, listed all of the projects … more
Wednesday, Feb. 14, is Valentine’s Day, but for Don Hale, Super Bowl Sunday is the day when his heart will be on the line. Which team he will be rooting for is evident from the lineup in front … more
In June of 2021, Don Snyder traveled with his two daughters, from Warrensburg to Clinton in connection with an annual scholarship established in his name. While at the high school, he wanted to show … more
Erica Suh remembers the day she was visiting her grandmother’s farmhouse in southern Missouri, and heard her cousin playing the piano. Her grandmother was the church pianist at a Lutheran … more
Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare (GVMH) is pleased to announce that it now manages its Emergency Department internally and employs its providers directly. “We are delighted with this … more
When she was 9 years old, Dusty Mills discovered her grandmother’s crochet basket in the television room. Asking her grandmother to teach her to crochet, she agreed, Dusty said, because … more
Twelve years ago, Amber Hansen decided to open a preschool in a classroom at her church in Clinton. She was the main teacher, and had a total of six students. Within two years of opening, the … more
A 16 year old working at Hankins Grain got trapped in a grain bin Monday morning (January 29) at that location (South Second Street). He was buried to his chest. Fire and Rescue arrived on scene and … more
It was a gala night last Thursday when the Greater Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce held it’s 83rd Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet at the Benson Center in Clinton. The fabulous dinner and … more
The first flock of story-tellers arrived in Clinton Friday for the 31st annual RAP Story Weavers Chicken Festival. RAP stands for River And Prairie, as the group is based in Kansas City, on the … more
Almost 80 years ago, Jesse and Martha Haste Anderson of Osceola had a son. They named him Meredith Issac after his father’s two uncles, who had no sons. The family lived on a farm near Salt … more
The Henry County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announces that on January 12, 2024, Airic Brauer, 20, Clinton, was found guilty by a jury of voluntary manslaughter and armed criminal action. … more
Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare (GVMH) is pleased to welcome Matthew Mallory, MD, Radiation Oncologist. He specializes in treating patients with radiation therapy. He works closely with patients … more
As temperatures dropped last week, Pastor Pat Findley of First Baptist Church became concerned. Surprised to learn that Clinton has no overnight shelter for people who don’t have a heated place … more
Five members of the By Grace Performance Team participated in the Tremaine Dance Competition & Convention January 5th-7th at the Sheraton Hotel Crown Center in Kansas City. The students were able … more
Garage sales are usually held in the Midwest during the temperate months of spring or fall. But on the last Saturday in January, bargain hunters in West Central Missouri bundle up and head to … more
The name of the Broke and Busted Saddle Club, which puts on the Calhoun Colt Show, refers to breaking and busting horses. What members hope it doesn’t refer to is the club itself, which has … more
The Clinton City Council met in open session, January 2, at City Hall. All members of the council were present. Following roll call and the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance, the previous … more
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