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Clinton (WI) Determining a path for Clinton's future: administrator has vision but seeks residents' input (Scott Kluver) 24 Jul 2006, 1A
Clinton (WI) Clinton school hires new principal: Waukesha native will begin duties on Aug. 1 (Marc Eckmann) (Clinton High School) 20 Jul 2006, 1B
Clinton (WI) Plan commission OKs Clinton biodiesel plant: officials: facility will be first of its kind in state 26 Jul 2006, 1A
Clinton (WI) State fire marshal to investigate blaze: no one was inside building in Clinton (201 Allen St.) (Meurer Property Investments) (Steve Pekul) 05 Sep 2006, 1B
Clinton (WI) Clinton fire remains under investigation (201 Allen St.) 14 Sep 2006, 2B
Clinton (WI) Cause of Clinton's fire still unknown (201 E. Hgh St.) (Marcus L. Runge) 27 Sep 2006, 2B
Clinton (WI) Clinton house fire prompts neighborhood evacuation: chemical release sends firefighters to hospital (201 E. Hgh St.) (Marcus L. Runge) 26 Sep 2006, 1B
Clinton (WI) Preparing for the unthinkable: officers practice quick response to possible school shooting (photo of Rock County Sheriff's Department SWAT member Wayne Hansen) (photo of Milton Police Chief Tom Gilland, Ryan Justice, John Conger, Jason Casper and SWAT member Steve Selby) 14 Oct 2006, 1B
Clinton (WI) Clinton fire chief calls Friday blaze suspicious (10001 E. Creek Rd.) (owner Richard Wagner) 11 Nov 2006, 2B
Clinton (WI) Village growth calls for tax increase: third of increase will pay for new position 06 Nov 2006, 1B
Clinton (WI) Clinton program offers bilingual, 4-year-old kindergarten and guided-reading classes: charter school gives students a lift (LIFT - Language Instruction for Tomorrow)(photo of teacher Tammy Mueller)(photo of student Hannah Forrest and teacher Jaime Schlintz)(photo of students Cynthia Lara, Garrett Petersen and Isabella Howard) 02 Mar 2007, 1D
Clinton (WI) Kluver to resign post as Clinton administrator (Scott Kluver) 22 Mar 2007, 2B
Clinton (WI) Clinton biodiesel company ready to fire up: fuel will be made indoors at first-of-its-kind facility (Midwest Biofuels)(125 Industrial Dr.) 30 Mar 2007, 1A
Clinton (WI) Striking a chord in Clinton: longtime band directors hit all the right notes with Clinton High students (photo of directors Ann Harsevoort and Kay Schultz, students David Uffenbeck and Maren Knutson) 11 Apr 2007, 1A
Clinton (WI) Charter school readies for fall opening: POWER is aimed at self-motivated students (Partnership Organizations Work Environment and Relationships) 17 Apr 2007, 4B
Clinton (WI) Man pledges $30,000 a year for engineering scholarship: students will reap rewards from retired engineer (Al Goetsch)(Clinton Education Foundation) 16 Apr 2007, 1B
Clinton (WI) Superintendent pick turns down job: Gunderson cites 'personal reasons' (Bruce Gunderson) 03 May 2007, 1B
Clinton (WI) Clinton targeted for state block grant funds: county applies for $632,500 in state money (includes Funding Available) 08 May 2007, 2B
Clinton (WI) Clinton schools tab new leader: Whitewater principal seen as difference maker (photo of Vance Dalzin) 12 May 2007, 1B
Clinton (WI) Strike two for Clinton schools: second candidate rejects offer for district's top job (photo of Dr. Vance Dalzin) 23 May 2007, 1B
Clinton (WI) Thumbs Up: to the Clinton Public Library and Director Michelle Dennis (photo) (Shady Hills Mobile Home Park) 25 Jun 2007, 6A
Clinton (WI) Need for skate park not a 'passing thing:' youth in Clinton persevere through lessons in bureaucracy (photo from American Ramp Company) 07 Dec 2006, 1B
Clinton (WI) School official will leave her work, her 'hobby': Clinton administrator announces retirement plans (photo of Becky Nodorft) 04 Jan 2007, 1B
Clinton (WI) High school bomb threat prompts security checks (Clinton High School) 10 Jan 2007, 2B
Clinton (WI) Board will involve community in search: retiring school chief will lead hiring process (Clinton School District Administrator Becky Nordorft) 16 Jan 2007, 1B

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