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ZBA says ‘no’

CLINTON — Members of the DeWitt County Board will be in the hot seat next month after the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) voted Tuesday to recommend the county deny a special use permit for the Alta Farms wind energy project.

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Jail ready to accept prisoners again April 1

CLINTON — After a couple of years shifting local prisoners to the Piatt County jail. DeWitt County will begin housing its own inmates again April 1.

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Allen Ray Cooper

MESA, Ariz. — Allen Ray Cooper, 74, of Clinton, passed away on Friday, March 8, 2019, in Mesa, Ariz.

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What happens when communities say no to solar and wind?

I had coffee with my landlord—Mark— the other day. He asked me about an article in the Washington Post (WaPo).

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Marilyn North celebrating 90th birthday in March

Marilyn North celebrating 90th birthday in March

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Douglas School February Peace Builders & birthday students

Douglas School February Peace Builders & birthday students

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ZBA says ‘no’

CLINTON — Members of the DeWitt County Board will be in the hot seat next month after the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) voted Tuesday to recommend the county deny a special use permit for the Alta Farms wind energy project.

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Survey: Teacher shortages growing throughout Illinois

SPRINGFIELD – The shortage of teachers in Illinois has gotten more serious over the past year, reaching into virtually every subject area and region of the state, and forcing schools to either cancel programs, enlarge class sizes or use teachers who are not fully licensed in a particular subject area.

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Jail ready to accept prisoners again April 1

CLINTON — After a couple of years shifting local prisoners to the Piatt County jail. DeWitt County will begin housing its own inmates again April 1.

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School board renews superintendent’s contract

CLINTON —The Clinton Community Schools Board of Education approved a three-year contract with Superintendent Curt Nettles at Tuesday night’s meeting. Nettles contract now extends to June 30, 2022. The board offered an additional two-year extension if Nettles achieves specific goals set by the board.

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