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Wilton is the only school district in a 50-mile radius to show enrollment growth — that was the opening message Wilton Superintendent Joe Burnett shared with members of the Wilton city council … more
The Wilton High School Alumni Banquet organizing committee met this past Monday to finalize details for the upcoming Wilton alumni banquet on April 6 at the Wilton Community Center. "We’re … more
Wilton Pool Aquatics Director Ryan Farnsworth has been relieved of his duties and the city and school district are now searching for the pool’s next manager. As a result of a special closed … more
Local high school students had a unique experience March 1, as roughly 320 Wilton and Durant high school students were able to meet and interact with 31 businesses and organizations in Wilton, … more
The Wilton American Legion presented a power point program to Mrs. Kroeger’s fifth grade art students explaining the meaning of the patriotic poppy, veterans and Memorial Day. The students were … more
The origins of Veterans Day can be traced to the ending of World War I nearly a century ago. Known at the time as "The Great War," World War I officially ended on June 28, 1919 with the signing of … more
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ (EICC) Degree Plan for Working Adults is designed specifically for adults who are ready to start the path to a college education. Best of all, it’s built with … more
The Muscatine Area Council on Youth Leadership (MACYL) recognizes four area high school seniors for their participation at Town Meeting on Tomorrow (TMOT) in mid October. The four student … more
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