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The Wilton High School Alumni Assocation’s “Not Ready for Prime Time Alumni” are in rehearsal for their annual Christmas play at the Masonic Temple located at 405 Cedar Street in downtown … more
According to a release from of the Iowa Secretary of State office, Iowans turned out in record numbers for the November 2018 general election. More than 1.32 million votes had been tallied by … more
For the second month in a row, the Durant school board reviewed a school permit request. According to Iowa DOT rules, in order to attain a school permit, the student must live at least a mile from … more
Kurt Paulsen attended the Nov. 12 Durant city council meeting to ask that council consider a winter ordinance for ATVs and UTVs. He explained that the vehicles could be utilized for snow removal … more
At the Wilton city council meeting Nov. 12, Wilton Development Corp. director Becky Allgood was present and informed the board that Wilton’s Muscatine County Freedom Rock project received a … more
The Wilton Fine Arts Guild is hosting an open house on Sunday, Nov. 18 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Junction Grill and Bar, 110 E. Fourth St., Wilton. Auditions will be held for the spring 2019 dinner … more
Poor graduates from Upper Iowa UniversityUpper Iowa University is pleased to announce Tanner Poor, of Moscow, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in July. more
Wilton American LegionWilton American Legion Post 584 held a monthly meeting on Nov. 6. Commander Roger Bender called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. with 12 members present. The group recited the … more
Week 10 of the Advocate News Football Contest was more predictable for contestants, and there was a shakeup at the top. The tie-breaker score was 27, the total number of points in PCM Monroe’s … more
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