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  • For better or for worse, the modern age has felled another Clinton County institution, the annual Germantown Spassfest.
  • Trenton’s city council on Monday green-lighted  a sanitary sewer extension on West Broadway and a partner project that will involve the installation of storm sewers behind  homes on West Second Street, which have been plagued by flooding for many years from highway runoff.
  • Central student’s Americanism essay qualifies for state judging
    “When it comes to national monuments, I have always valued the Statue of Liberty more than many others.
  • Post 778 adopts two-mile stretch of Highway 50
    Trenton American Legion Post 778 on Saturday completed its first pass over the two-mile stretch of New Route 50 the organization recently adopted under the Illinois Department of Transportation’s Adopt-A-Highway program. 
  • For Trenton’s KMK Metal Fabricators, ‘green’ is a metaphor for both ecology and economy
    As it turns out, mitigating our impact on the environment  isn’t that difficult to sell if the economics make sense. And for many rural dwellers and commercial concerns in the right circumstances,  solar energy is becoming an increasingly obvious choice.
  • New Baden’s village board meeting on Monday first evolved into a wider, philosophical discussion of the board’s spending priorities, then threatened to devolve into a shouting match between trustees before mayor Christy Picard gaveled order and cut off debate.
  • New Baden Chamber of Commerce and the Village of New Baden have jointly staged an annual spring clean-up for many years, and this year’s event will be this Saturday, May 5.
  • KC interim prez has final thoughts on Community College month
    April 30 marked the official end of National Community College Month. We at Kaskaskia College have been bustling with activity as we have celebrated this wonderful month with open houses at our five education centers located throughout the Kaskaskia College district.
  • HCE supports local causes at 73rd annual meeting
    Clinton County Home and Community Education (HCE) had its 73rd annual  meeting, hosted by the board members, on April 19 in the cafeteria at St. Augustine Parish Center in Breese. 
  • Trenton’s city council pulled the trigger  on nearly $100,000 in new spending Monday night, when they greenlighted the purchase of a new police sport utility  vehicle and equipment, a new Polaris Ranger for the public works department, 10 new automated electronic defibrillators,  a new intoximeter for measuring blood alcohol levels, and back-up power  infrastructure for City Hall and the city’s maintenance building.
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