Archive for October 4, 2013

Clinton School bus involved in an accident

No injuries reported in minor accident.  Read the statement on the incident from Superintendent Deb Olson

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Updated article on the city’s trial against attorney

Updated trial story at clintonherald.com

 

More testimony in the city’s legal malpractice trial

Testimony continued Thursday in the court case the city of Clinton has filed against the attorney who represented the city in settling an E-M-S billing lawsuit.  The city claims Michael Walker was negligent in handling the case and wants the attorney and his firm to repay the city some of the 4 and a half million dollars the city is paying back.

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It’s Fire Prevention Month

Clinton Fire Chief Mike Brown talks about fire prevention, the new rescue boat and more on the KROS FYI interview show-give it a listen if you missed the show on-the-air

Federal government shutdown having limited local impact

The federal government shut down is not having a major immediate impact on some local governments.

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Regenwether testimony details fire department’s EMS billing process

Former Clinton Fire Chief Mark Regenwether concluded his testimony in the city of Clinton’s legal malpractice suit Wednesday morning. Regenwether was called by the city of Clinton Tuesday as the first witness as the city tries to prove legal malpractice on the part of attorney Michael Walker and his law firm Hopkins and Huebner.  Read more in the Clinton Herald and clintonherald.com

The Clinton Herald is cooperating with KROS NEWS to bring you coverage of the trial

 

City’s case against attorney who urged lawsuit settlement continues

Testimony got underway Tuesday in the city of Clinton’s legal malpractice case against an attorney who urged a settlement in a whistle-blower lawsuit alleging fraudulent Emergency Medical Services billing of Medicare and Medicaid.

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