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When the Wilton school board held its regular meeting May 8, board members were treated to cake in recognition of School Board Appreciation Week. The board also approved a list of 52 Wilton High … more
The city of Wilton may have to cut back on its plans to remodel City Hall after a project/construction cost analysis by Klingner & Associates, P.C. estimated the cost at $136,146 over budget, it … more
The Durant Downtown Task Force is holding a bench design contest as part of its downtown revitalization initiative. The task force is looking for up to 10 benches to be painted and installed along … more
Durant’s weekly farmer’s market began its season on Wednesday, May 1 with many residents visiting and shopping with local vendors. The Durant Farmer’s Market will take place weekly on … more
The Durant school board heard an extensive overview of its facilities at its May 13 board meeting. Joe Tursi of OPN Architects was on hand to discuss his firm’s findings with regard to its … 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
DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig reminds eligible farm owners to apply for the 2019 Century and Heritage Farm Program by June 1. The program is sponsored by the Iowa Department … more
The Tri County Heritage & Genealogy Museum, located at 820 Fifth Street in Durant, is planning a scan day for Saturday, May 18 from 9 a.m. until noon. Everyone is invited to bring in pictures and … more
ANKENY — Soybean prices hit lows not seen since December 2008 as the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) released its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report May 10. The … more
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