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A select group of visitors and donors was treated to quite a unique experience in downtown Wilton July 23, as a special event was held to honor Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds. Also in attendance were U.S. … more
It’s summertime, and for many that means vacations. At the June 28 Wilton city council meeting, Mayor Bob Barrett spent the first 10 minutes calling members of the council, trying to get at least … more
The town of Wilton was quiet on the evening of Monday, June 14, except for the council chambers in City Hall, where many rural land-owning residents had a few concerns. The Highway 38 Corridor … more
Durant Community Center Director Dawn Smith presented officials at the June 28 city council meeting with preliminary plans for a beverage garden that could be installed on the west side of the … more
Brian Froehlich and Mike Schmidt are planning another Fourth of July fireworks show near downtown Wilton. The duo attended the June 14 Wilton city council meeting to talk with members about hosting … more
Three residents came to the June 14 Durant city council meeting to seek guidance on initial steps they could take to get a dog park in the city. “I think it would definitely be something the city … more
Quinn Riess had one goal in mind when he joined the Muscatine County police department in January 1999 — eventually become Muscatine County Sheriff. When asked in his interview by then sheriff … more
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) made a stop in Wilton on Wednesday, June 3 as part of his annual 99-county tour, meeting with members of the Wilton Development Corporation and community leaders … more
Wilton city council members began their May 24 meeting with a visit from Joe Grunder and his son Chase, with regard to a property on Fourth Street owned by Joe that was cited for a nuisance by City … more
Members of the visioning committee and area artist Drew Etienne presented officials with ideas for a mural installation at the May 24 Durant city council meeting. The project includes five murals, … more
“What will success look like?” That was the question facing Wilton city council members and Mayor Bob Barrett at the May 10 Wilton city council meeting. City Administrator Jeff Horne, who … more
On May 4 and 5, the Wilton Pool saw its last activity for the next five weeks, as several planned renovations began May 6. The spring physical education swim units for Wilton Elementary students … more
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