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Property owners in downtown Wilton have 11 months to clear any ground-floor tenants from buildings in the business district. At the Oct. 11 city council meeting, Wilton Development Corporation … more
WASHINGTON — A panel of Iowans working to combat drug abuse will provide testimony at a field hearing of the U.S. Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control in Cedar Rapids on Oct. 14. The … more
Week 5 of the Advocate News Football Contest was very close among participants. So much so, that money will be split again this week, as two contestants tied for second, and there were several tied … more
Cedar County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Cari Dauber has announced that absentee ballots for the Nov. 2 city/school elections are available in the Auditor’s Office starting Wednesday, … more
Officials at the Oct. 11 Durant city council meeting reviewed ordinances for golf carts and UTVs as the first year winds down. Current permits will expire Dec. 31, and will need to be renewed for the … more
Wilton American Legion Commander Roger Bender called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. with nine members present. The group recited the Pledge of Allegiance. The meeting minutes from September were … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) announced four competitive funds available for rural communities with a population under 20,000. … more
DAVENPORT — World Affairs Council of the Quad Cities (WACQC), and Bettendorf Public Library (BPL) are co-sponsoring an event, “Global Gathering II: The Food Partnership of the Quad Cities.” … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate is helping Iowans register to vote. His office is mailing a postcard to approximately 50,000 Iowans who are eligible to vote, but not registered. The … more
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