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A return to the Gold Standard

Gold isn’t just in the name of Clinton’s new barbershop, it’s in the owner’s name as well. Barber Ryan Goldman latched on to the name Gold Standard Barber Shop when he was planning his new enterprise. A friend told him he thought that was it, and the name stuck.

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Taking his drive to Thailand

Nearly every kid who has ever played a sport has had the dream of becoming a professional athlete.

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Clinton High School 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Clinton High School 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

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Steve Davenport

Steve Davenport, 74, of Clinton, passed away at 10:45 p.m. on January 6, 2019, at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center, Bloomington, Ill.

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Residents without new water meters risk shutoffs

CLINTON — Contrary to rumor, the city will not raise water rates on anyone whose new meter has not yet been installed, commissioner John Wise said during Monday’s city council meeting.

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Taking his drive to Thailand

Nearly every kid who has ever played a sport has had the dream of becoming a professional athlete.

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New Casey’s opens in Clinton

New Casey’s opens in Clinton

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Morrow retires from SBL

Morrow retires from SBL

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Kenney-Hallsville Legion awards gun raffle winner

Kenney-Hallsville Legion awards gun raffle winner

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DCDC receives matching funds from First National Bank

DCDC receives matching funds from First National Bank

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    Maroons defeat Bulldogs in conference game

    DECATUR — In a conference battle Tuesday evening, the Clinton Maroons escaped the confines of Decatur St. Teresa with a win.

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    THE CULINARY CORNER

    Welcome to my little corner of culinary delights. To get optimum results in making yeast breads, exacting measurements and procedures are necessary. It takes some practice to get good at it. Yeast breads produce many wonderful pastry products. Various types of dough and procedures are required for such variety.

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    Organist Kevin Kato to perform at Clinton Presbyterian Jan. 20

    CLINTON — Kevin Kato, of Bloomington, will present an organ recital at Clinton Presbyterian Church at 3 p.m. on Sunday, January 20.

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    ON POINT

    If you are a Democrat, the New Year’s party continues. Nancy Pelosi has regained her crown of Queen in Washington after being reelected as Speaker of the House. In Springfield, we have a new titular King in Governor Pritzker. Illinois has corrupted the royalty and Speaker Madigan simply will continue to be the power in Springfield and nothing will happen until his ring is kissed and fealty is pledged.

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    Area activities coming

    Area activities coming

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    ‘From the Ground Up Gardening Day’ welcomes spring at Allerton in March

    MONTICELLO — Connect, learn and grow with University of Illinois Extension this March at the first From the Ground Up educational gardening day.

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    More weird and wonderful Illinois school team names

    Several weeks back, we delved into funny (and weird) school mascot and team names. It is now time for a continuation into this wacky end of the world of sports. There are numerous names for teams here in Illinois that fall into this category.

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    THE CULINARY CORNER

    Along the way, I have stated the importance of herbs, spices and seasonings in cooking, roasting, baking and cold dishes. I gave an article on how best to simmer spaghetti sauce in order to preserve the flavor of the herbs.

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