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When the Wilton city council met for its regular meeting July 9, there were several residents in attendance to voice concerns about discharging fireworks in Wilton. Approximately 10 citizens were … more
WASHINGTON – Sen. Chuck Grassley said today that summer internships for college-aged Iowans are available. Applications are due Thursday, March 15.     Internships are available in Grassley … more
Durant police chief Orville Randolph updated council on talks the police department has been having with the Durant School District about hiring a resource officer at the Dec. 17 city council … more
DES MOINES – House Speaker Linda Upmeyer (R-Clear Lake) recently announced that Rep. Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) will serve as the Chairman of the House State Government Committee during the 88th … more
    Auditor of State Mary Mosiman released an audit report on the City of Wilton, Iowa.     The city’s receipts totaled $7,413,587 for the year ended June 30, 2017, a 10.2 percent increase … more
    The Durant city council met in a special session on Monday, March 5 to discuss current litigation matters for the Eighth Street reconstruction project. City attorney Tom Maxwell suggested a … more
    Fence or no fence? — The question has been on the minds of Wilton residents for weeks as changes to Wilton’s Founders Day festival have been proposed. At the last Wilton city council … more
Community Development Consultant Mark Brockway talked with council members about the state of Iowa Community Catalyst Building Remediation Program at the Oct. 22 Durant city council meeting. The … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), a combat veteran and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, will host a U.S. Service Academy Open House for Iowa students interested in … more
Absentee ballots are now available for the upcoming Primary Election, according to Muscatine County Auditor Leslie A. Soule. The Election is scheduled for Tuesday, June 5. Absentee ballots are … more
    Should Wilton’s Founders Day do away with its fenced in “beer tent” and instead allow open alcohol containers throughout the downtown during the annual August festival? Wilton’s city … more
In the wake of current Iowa state Sen. Bob Dvorsky (D-Coralville) announcing several months ago he would not seek re-election in Iowa Senate District 37, which includes coverage of Wilton and … more
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