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Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff at Muscatine City Hall, 415 Sycamore Street, from 10 a.m. until noon on Thursday, Feb. 21 for open office hours. Jared Hershberger, … more
WASHINGTON — The Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) recognized U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa with its 2018 Legislator of the Year award. “We are pleased to honor Senator Chuck … more
Newly elected Iowa Sen. Zach Wahls (D-Coralville) held a listening post at the Wilton Community Center on Saturday, Feb. 9. With a handful of constituents in attendance, Wahls gave an overview of … more
On yet another snowy night Feb. 11, the Durant city council held a brief meeting with a relatively short agenda. One of the topics discussed was whether or not to enter into an agreement with MSA … more
The Legislative Committee of the Wilton Chamber of Commerce will host a Legislative forum on Saturday, March 9, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Wilton Community Room at 104 E. Fourth St. in Wilton. … more
DES MOINES — Governor Kim Reynolds announced that the Computer Science is Elementary project is taking a crucial next step by inviting eligible Iowa schools to apply between Jan. 22 and March 29 … more
The Cedar County Assessor’s office plans to mail the 2019 property assessment notices to property owners by mid-February. The notices are intended to inform the property owners of the … more
The Durant Chamber of Commerce hosted a political forum Feb. 2 at City Hall. Iowa Representatives Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton), Gary Carlson (R-Muscatine), Ross Paustian (R-Walcott) and Senator Mark … more
Wilton Police Chief Tim Leathers, Sgt. Dave Clark and officer Todd Johnson were present at the Jan. 28 Wilton city council meeting to request that new body armor and vests be purchased for the … more
Nate Werner, a student at Davenport Assumption High School who lives in the Durant area, came to the Jan. 28 Durant city council meeting with the idea to number residences in the city that are … more
Following an unusually warm December, heavy snowfall and subzero temperatures in January have reminded our hometowns that winter will not be skipped this year. According to ourquadcities.com, the … more
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