| July 17 2014 - Still no consensus on border plan as Congress hurtles toward summer recess|
Anti-immigration activist Judy Lairmore holds a sign during a protest in Oracle, Arizona in anticipation of buses carrying illegal immigrants on Tuesday. Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images Today in the Morning Line: Still no consensus on border plan Pew poll finds support for accelerating legal process Clinton, undecided leading the 2016 pack Plus daily trivia and Line Items Congress still ...
| July 16 2014 - Pro-Clinton group touts war chest, heads to key progressive conference|
(CNN) - The gang at Ready for Hillary shouldn't have any problems when it comes to gas money for their bus, which is on its way to the Netroots Nation conference in Detroit. The pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC urging the former secretary of state to run for president announced Tuesday that it raised more than [âŠ]
| June 27 2014 - Inside the Beltway: Stand clear, here come Hillary Clinton|
STAND CLEAR, HERE COMES HILLATOPIA It's started. The Clintonizing of America has begun, or maybe it's Clintonmageddon. This week, the nation can either revel in â or run from â Hillary Clinton , her memoir, interviews, personal tour, campaign bus, and the din of admiration from press and pundits, punctuated by ...
| June 23 2014 - Clintonville swim club faces final splash|
Olympic Swim Club is closing on Sept. 1 after 76 years on Indianola Avenue. Its owner said the family business has been struggling for more than a decade, and when it became no longer viable, he sold the land to a cousin.
| June 22 2014 - Clinton stresses voter turnout to Ohio Democrats|
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton is accusing Republicans of trying to restrict voting as he stresses the importance of turnout in off-year elections to Democrats in Ohio.
| June 22 2014 - New bike lanes in the Loop?|
The city's plans to bring bus rapid transit to the Loop also could ease east-west commutes for cyclists. At the recent quarterly meeting of the mayor's Bicycle Advisory Council, Chicago Department of Transportation officials said plans for the project, known as the Central Loop BRT, would include approximately 3 miles of new protected bike lanes on Clinton, Washington and Randolph streets. In ...
| June 12 2014 - Inside the Beltway: Stand clear, here comes Hillary Clinton|
It's started. The Clintonizing of America has begun, or maybe it's Clintonmageddon. This week, the nation can either revel in â or run from â Hillary Clinton , her memoir, interviews, personal tour, campaign bus, and the din of admiration from press and pundits, punctuated by a few critical yips and ...
| June 11 2014 - District honors 21 retirees|
CLINTON -- Principals, teachers, cooks and bus drivers -- an assortment of people who dedicated years were all honored for their commitment to the Clinton School District on Monday. In all, Superintendent Deb Olson praised 21 who are off to varied ne
| June 11 2014 - Clinton describes daylight with Obama on Egypt|
Distancing herself from some of the Obama administration's handling of the Arab Spring, Hillary Rodham Clinton says in her upcoming book that she pushed for Hosni Mubarak to transition power to his successor but was...
| June 05 2014 - MTA to host public meeting for transit planning|
CLINTON -- The Clinton MTA is seeking the public's input. The Municipal Transit Administration will host an informational and planning meeting from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Ericksen Community Center. The meeting is open to the public and the meeti
| May 22 2014 - DeWitt-Bath news in brief|
The Clinton County Senior Center is hosting a bus trip to the 10:30 a.m. Lansing Lugnuts game on Wednesday, May 21. The bus will leave the center at 9:15 a.m. and return after the game. Everyone attending will have an opportunity to win Lugnuts merchandise and other items.
| May 15 2014 - CafĂ© ordinance could extend city businesses|
CLINTON - City businesses support a new sidewalk cafĂ© ordinance. The question now is, does the Clinton City Council? During Tuesday's Committee of the Whole meeting, councilmembers debated the pros and cons of such an ordinance, which would allow lea
| May 14 2014 - Sex abuse trial under way in Clinton|
CLINTON -- Prosecutors will present their case today in the trial of a Clinton man accused of sexual abusing a 3-year-old girl. The trial against Russell S. McColley, 39, began late Monday afternoon. He is charged with second-degree sexual abuse, a c
| May 06 2014 - Appleton police shoot armed man on south side|
Oshkosh Corp. to lay off 760 Maddie Boyd discusses Appleton North's win over East 49ers' Colin Kaepernick under investigation Critic's Corner: 'Mad Men' is back but is it better? At least 10 dead when truck slams into student bus in California Priceless reaction when baby hears for the first time Hillary Clinton dodges shoe during Las Vegas speech Hey Bartender: Meet Trish from Pop In Again in ...
| May 05 2014 - Bus budget faces shortfall|
At first glance it may seem simple, if the cost of the bus increases then that should help the Clinton County Public Transit Department's bottom line, but as the planning technician explains, it's not that easy. On the WPTZ Mobile App? Click here for the video. The No. 1 source of revenue for the county buses is a state government subsidy. The money comes in five installments and the amount ...
| April 23 2014 - Online Center hosts blood drive|
CLINTON -- Ashford University's Online Center will host a community blood drive from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, at 1390 19th Avenue Northwest inside the Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center donor bus. To donate, contact Amanda Pearson at