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  • COVID mitigations could be eased by Friday
    COVID mitigations could be eased by Friday

    Three metrics need to be met before the state's Region 4 — including Clinton County — can roll back COVID-19 mitigations.

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  • Vaccine rollout underway; still questions to be answered
    Vaccine rollout underway; still questions to be answered

    The Clinton County Board of Health heard more about the rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations — locally and in general ...

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  • Wesselmann to play soccer at KC
    Wesselmann to play soccer at KC

    While her name doesn’t show up in the stat sheet very often, Central senior, soccer mid-fielder Emma Wesselmann plays a pivotal roll ...

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  • Balfour sentenced to 11 years in prison for shooting
    Balfour sentenced to 11 years in prison for shooting

    A Greenville man was sentenced to 11 years in prison after a September 2020 shooting that occurred at the Cherry Court Apartments in Breese.

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  • Carlyle alderman resigns; chief warns of police reform bill
    Carlyle alderman resigns; chief warns of police reform bill

    At the Carlyle City Council meeting Monday night, Alderman Logan Speiser announced his resignation from the city council.

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  • Quarantine period changes for Carlyle School District
    Quarantine period changes for Carlyle School District

    The COVID-19 quarantine period for Carlyle School District students has been lessened.

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  • Petitions filed for school boards across county
    Petitions filed for school boards across county

    The filing period has closed and here is a rundown of candidates who have filed to represent their school district ...

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Carlyle Lake Levels

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Precipitation

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