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Butterfly release memorial service Sept. 16

Iowa City Hospice is hosting a butterfly release memorial service at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16 at the Celebration Farm, 4696 Robin Woods Lane NE, Iowa City. Join in to honor and remember loved ones … more

Applications open for Healthiest State Awards

DES MOINES — The Healthiest State Initiative is now accepting nominations to recognize Iowa workplaces, educational institutions (schools, child care centers and out-of-school programs), … more

Iowa farmers cost share program

DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced that a record number of Iowa farmers again signed up to install nutrient reduction practices on their farm through the Iowa Water … more

Route 6 Retro Road Trip comes to Wilton Sept. 14

Downtown Wilton will come alive and go back in time a bit Sept. 14 when the U.S. Route 6 Iowa Association makes a stop while on its River to River Retro Road Trip. The trip will take place from … more

College News: Sept. 13, 2018

Weih inducted into Phi Theta KappaColin Weih was inducted into the Beta Zeta Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Muscatine Community College on Tuesday, Sept. 4. Colin, a former Durant graduate, is … more

Police Reports: Sept. 13, 2018

Durant The following information was received from the office of the Durant Police Department: Sept. 2—Police conducted a routine officer walk through during a bar check at the Dew … more

Cub Scout informational meeting Sept. 13

Boys and girls in grades kindergarten through fifth grade in the Wilton area are invited to join Cub Scout leaders at the Wilton City Park in the shelter by the pool on Thursday, Sept. 13 anytime … more

AN Classifieds: Sept. 13, 2018

Employment Bennett Trucking is seeking DOT qualified candidates to fill vacant full time and part time truck driving positions within our expanding company. We offer competitive wages, company … more

Durant bond referendum fails

With 1,027 votes cast, the Durant Community School District bond referendum has failed. Needing 60 percent "yes" votes for passage, the proposed $10.8 million project instead received between 62-63 … more

17-year-old Lowden male missing

*The following information was received from the Cedar County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday, Sept. 4. On Aug. 27, 2018, at approximately 7:10 a.m., Mason Anthony Morgan, 17, ran away from his … more

Iowa State to honor Advocate News Publisher Bill Tubbs

William F. “Bill” Tubbs, who has served as publisher of the North Scott Press since 1971 and the Wilton-Durant Advocate News since 1980, has been named the recipient of the 2018 James W. … more

Stretch of Highway 130 named in honor of fallen Bennett soldier

About 30 miles of Iowa 130 will be dedicated Sunday to a fallen soldier who probably would have preferred to remain a little less conspicuous. Gary Hein was a quiet, determined, 21-year-old Army … more
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