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    Kay L. Chapman, CPA PC of Muscatine, Iowa released an audit report on the Durant Community School District in Durant.     The District’s revenues totaled $8,710,453 for the year ended … more
    Anderson, Lower & Whitlow, P.C., Certified Public Accountants, has completed an audit for Wilton Municipal Light & Power. Total assets for June 30, 2017 were $5,848,522 and total … more
    On Wednesday, April 4, Cedar County will host an open house to inform residents on the Cedar County Comprehensive and Vision Plans that will serve as guiding documents for the county’s … more
    Eric Dirth, a Democratic candidate for Iowa Senate District 37, will hold two events in Tipton on Sunday, March 25. Dirth and volunteers for the campaign will be knocking on doors throughout … more
CORALVILLE — Iowa Senate candidate Zach Wahls (D) will hold a spring campaign kick-off this Friday, March 23 at Backpocket Brewing in Coralville from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. The event will offer … more
    There was bipartisan representation when the Wilton Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual political forum March 10 at the Wilton Mealsite. State Rep. Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) and Sen. Bob … 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
    On March 6, voters in Muscatine County voted to extend the 1 percent Local Option Sales and Service Tax (LOSST) to June 30, 2034. The extension will begin July 1, 2019, a day after the current … more
    Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff in Southeast Iowa for open office hours. Jared Hershberger, Loebsack’s District Representative, will be at Muscatine City Hall, 215 … more
    At the March 12 Durant city council meeting, community development consultant Mark Brockway told council that the city is still seeking applicants to take advantage of funds available via the … 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
    Council members discussed repairs needed to water and sewer lines at Seventh Avenue and Third Street at the Feb. 26 Durant city council meeting. Public works director Jared Semsch explained … more
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