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The City of Wilton is planning a $7 million overhaul of Fifth St., which will both widen and revamp the community’s main drag that doubles as an entrance from Hwy 38. Construction will … more
"The hardest part is resisting the urge to speak," says Madison Smyser, "You definitely have to use your facial expressions a lot." Smyser played the role of a mute Ariel on April 17 and 21, … more
Learning at an early age she was “always comfortable around children,” Tammy Place knew when she was in high school, she would pursue a teaching career. “I enjoyed babysitting, … more
The Wilton Community Quilt is now on display at the Wilton City Council Chambers.   In the Fall of 2023, the quilt was completed and put on display at the Wilton Public Library. Librarian … more
A $3.6 million commitment of taxpayer dollars from the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship will leverage a total investment of approximately $10 million toward statewide water quality … more
The Muscatine County Fair Event Center is receiving a major gift of $50,000 from the Joseph and Edward Ryan Trust. The Ryan Trust is going to sponsor the Kitchen, which will be named after the trust. … more
Imagine transforming your outdoors into living space. more
When Henry Bender first heard of the 50-yard challenge, he thought he might be doing some sprinting. more
The City of Wilton is planning a $7 million overhaul of Fifth St., which will both widen and revamp the community’s main drag that doubles as an entrance from Hwy 38. As for that entrance … more
“You fellas, you’re creatures of habit,” says Mary Carpenter. “You get into the habit of going to one place and you never change until you croak.” The owner of … more
On Thursday, April 18, the Wilton Public Library had a very special visitor. Nadie the Owl came with her friend, Luke Hart. Hart is a Naturalist from the Environmental Learning Center at … more
On Saturday, April 20, the Wilton Public Library hosted an Edible Book Contest. What is an Edible Book you might wonder? Basically, you pick a book and make something edible to represent that book. … more
If you like trivia and supporting your local food pantry, then the second Durant Iowa Food Pantry Trivia Night might be a great place to be on Saturday, May 4. To be held at the Durant Community … more
Wilton Public Library The month of May at the Wilton Public Library won’t be quite as busy as usual. We will be working on our programming for the Summer Reading Program. So, be on … more
Since 2000, the Iowa State University Extension Office has considered Bonnie Reeb a Master Gardener, but it wasn’t until this year the 77-year-old nature enthusiast was awarded the first-ever … more
In a year that’s already been packed with natural phenomena, add one more to your list: The cicadas are coming to Iowa, and they’re coming in droves. “Millions of these guys … more
The Wilton City Council met Monday, April 8, where it discussed personnel, the splash pad, Division St. and more. Deputy Clerk To begin, the council appointed Desiree Zeman to the position … more
For the first time in history, Wilton High School students got a chance to use the Wilton Observatory for the purpose of viewing a solar eclipse.   Now in its fourth year of helping educate … more
QuickE’s Tacos QuickE’s Tacos at 1211 W. 5th Street is owned and operated by Erasmo and Sarah Espinoza. They serve a full menu of delicious tacos burritos rice bowls, salads, … more
The Wilton Community School District had a regular board meeting on Wednesday, April 10th. Present at the meeting were four of the five members, board members Sam Wilson, Tommy Fitzer, Tara Oien and … more
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