Archive for KROS News

November was cold-where did it rank in Clinton weather records

FacebookTwitterGoogle+EmailPrintFriendlyShare

November tied as the 10th coldest November on records to 1879 according to Clinton area weather observer Jim Blaess.

» Read more..

Meetings this week

The Clinton City Council will learn about plans for the renovation of the Wilson Building, a forgiveness policy for late sewer bills, changes to 13th Avenue N at a meeting on Tuesday-read more about the meetings this week: » Read more..

Main Avenue Permeable Pavers (Bricks)

Although the new permeable pavers on Main Ave are garnering attention for their new aesthetic appeal, they were not just installed for their looks. Their major purpose is to provide water quality treatment to the storm water runoff. They are capable of doing this because of a few reasons.

Read more from the Clinton City Engineer’s Office (image included of the permeable paver included

» Read more..

Mayor’s ‘Save Target’ news conference

Backed by area city and school leaders plus representatives of the area congressional offices – Clinton Mayor Mark Vulich made a public pitch to keep the local Target store open. He said he has only been told it was because the Clinton store was under performing.

» Read more..

Clinton School Superintendent among leaders attending forum in D.C.

Deb Olson attended was among 110 school superintendents attending for forum focusing on technology and learning-hear more about that trip in this interview highlighted in a School Notebook Program