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Editor's note: The following was submitted to the Advocate News via the Republican Party of Iowa.DES MOINES — Republican Party of Iowa Chairman Jeff Kaufmann was unanimously elected to a third … more
DES MOINES – Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds encourages employers and human resources managers to attend the Employer and Reentry Breakfast Roundtable and learn about the employment opportunities available … more
With the absence of City Administrator Chris Ball at their regular meeting Jan. 14, Wilton city council members opted not to act on a couple matters.The first involved a visit from Fred Grunder, … more
Freshman state Sen. Zach Wahls got his first taste of the annual Wilton Chamber of Commerce Government Officials Luncheon May 13. He joined state Rep. Bobby Kaufmann at the head table with moderator … more
Cedar County voters should expect to receive updated voter registration cards in the mail ahead of the first combined city-school election scheduled for Nov. 5. Cedar County Auditor and … more
DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate was unanimously elected President of the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) during the organization’s summer conference in Santa … more
Cedar County announced its participation in the National Association of Counties (NACo) “Live Healthy U.S. Counties” discounts program which allows them to offer all county residents the … more
It recently came to the attention of Wilton City Council officials that the city ordinance giving seniors a $1 discount on garbage service/pick up each month, “is not necessarily legal,” City … more
WASHINGTON – National Farmers Union (NFU) recognized 26 U.S. Senators and Representatives who have demonstrated leadership and support at the federal policymaking level for family farmers, ranchers … more
Residents and council members were split on whether to pass an ordinance amendment that would allow up to three dogs per household at the Oct. 14 Durant city council meeting. Waynette Rocycki voiced … more
Within a matter of 24 hours, Brian Utter went from being a Durant city council member to becoming the city’s next full time police officer. Utter resigned from Durant council July 22 and was sworn … more
Kevin Bailey, senior project engineer for MSA Professional Services, told officials at the May 13 Durant city council meeting, “Indeed a center left turn lane is warranted,” for the … more
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