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Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff in southeastern Iowa for open office hours. Jared Hershberger, Loebsack’s district representative, will be at Muscatine City Hall, 415 … more
Lynn Stender came to a Durant city council meeting last October to inform officials that the city had received a grant through Trees Forever, which would provide around $50,000 worth of services to … more
Iowa Democratic state Sen. Zach Wahls met with a modest group of around five at Idle Hour Lanes in Durant March 2. He touched on a variety of topics being debated within this year’s legislative … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack announced that high school students in the Iowa’s Second Congressional District, which includes Cedar and Muscatine counties, may now begin to submit … more
WASHINGTON – Senator Chuck Grassley earned the top spot as the “most effective lawmaker” in the U.S. Senate for the 115th Congress, according to a non-partisan analysis conducted by the Center … more
Durant will hold its fourth annual Day of Caring on Thursday, April 18. Nichole Sorgenfrey of the United Way visited the Durant city council meeting Feb. 25 to talk with officials about the event. … more
Mayor Pro-Tem Keith Stanley led a brief 28-minute Wilton city council meeting Feb. 25, as Wilton Mayor Bob Barrett was absent. The full council was present to hear from two visitors.The first was … more
State Sen. Zach Wahls (D-Coralville) of Senate District 37 will hold a listening post at Bennett Community School in Bennett from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 2. Bennett Community School is … more
A Legislative forum is scheduled for Saturday, March 9 from 9 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. at the Wilton Community Room. The forum is open to the public. The forum gives citizens the chance to talk … more
Durant is participating in the 2019 Iowa’s Living Roadways Community Visioning Program. Community visioning is a transportation enhancement planning process that serves Iowa communities with less … more
According to Wilton City Administrator Chris Ball, the city has put down more than 200 tons of a salt/sand mix on Wilton roads thus far, which constitutes more than half of what the city has for the … more
State Rep. Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) held a listening post in Bennett on Feb. 9. The event was originally set to take place Jan. 19, but winter weather caused it to be rescheduled. Nevertheless, a … more
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