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In a busy session, the City of Durant approved a contract to build a new shelter in Feldhahn Park, discussed a request by a local restaurant to build an ADA-compliant entrance and heard about several … more
Come on over the Wilton Public Library and check out all the new books. Here are a some titles that have recently arrived! Adult Fiction: A Botanist's Guide to Parties and Poisons Debut … more
It didn’t take long for Durant Elementary School counselor Kristen Milott to implement a new idea she discovered at a state school counselor’s conference in November, putting into place … more
As Stephanie Peterson of Calamus-Wheatland and Colin Telsrow of Durant were looking for a place to host the reception for their wedding in October 2019, there “weren’t a lot of good … more
Nichols residents, Gene & Vickie Hammons have given $10,000 for storage at the Muscatine County Fair Event Center Project. The Hammon’s have a hobby farm right outside of Nichols. They … more
In response to the ongoing drought conditions plaguing Iowa, Agriculture Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack declared 24 Iowa counties as primary natural disaster areas. The proclamation addressed to … more
Wilton Police March 24 -Assisted Wilton FD on a call in the 600 block of W Wate Street. -Responded to a report of suspicious activity in the 100 block of S Sycamore Street. Issue was … more
The Lower Cedar Watershed Winter Banquet was held Thursday, Feb. 29, in the Durant Community Center, during which Heartland Co-Op praised the community. “This is one of the most active and … more
Plenty of laughter filled the Wilton Community Center during the Wilton Fine Arts Guild performance of “The Complete History of America Abridged,” on Friday, March 15.   But, … more
“There is no guarantee of success,” says Pastor John Brown, “But we know this, if we don’t try, we’ll never succeed. So, we’re going to try and see where God takes … more
The Wilton Community School District had a regular board meeting on Wednesday, March 13. Present at the meeting were board members Tom Fitzer, Robert Metzger, Sam Wilson, President Tim Barrett … more
The Durant Chamber of Commerce set their annual meeting and planned a breakfast fundraiser Monday, March 11, at their regular monthly meeting held at the Durant Community Center. A breakfast … more
Nancy Stockwell has been working with the elderly since the early 2000s. She seems to have a knack for relating to the elderly.   “I was the only child of older parents,” … more
Wilton Chamber & Development Alliance has two community events planned for May, the Citywide Garage Sale and Elder Park Market and the Muscatine County Freedom Rock Smorgasbord. Citywide … more
Wilton Public Library April will be a busy month at the Wilton Public Library. From Monday, April 8 through Friday, April 19, there will be an escape room for grades 8-12; the theme is outer … more
Spring is in the air at the Wilton Public Library! On Friday, March 15, the Library Garden Committee showed up to start getting the Reading Garden spruced up for the upcoming season.   … more
Dub and Cindy Massey, residents of Nichols and long-time fair supporters, have given $5,000 for landscaping infrastructure at the new Event Center at the Muscatine County Fair. There are several … more
Look at the dirt. more
The roaring sounds of the Muscatine County Fairgrounds speedway will be a lot quieter this year as fair director Kelsey Meyers reports there will only be one speedway race this season. more
In the heartland of America, where vast fields of corn stretch to the horizon, a subtle but significant shift has taken place. more
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