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Although it’s become the first official weekend for summertime picnics, family get-togethers, camping and boating, Memorial Day was originally established to remember and honor those who have … more
DES MOINES — Iowa is one of six states selected by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to take part in a pilot project that will provide financial assistance to farmers to … more
Spring is in full swing. Iowans are out in the yard clearing brush collected over the winter and indoors on rainy days cleaning up from a winter inside. While you are sprucing up the house, also … more
As part of a national initiative, Milestones Area Agency on Aging will begin distributing vouchers June 3 to low and moderate-income seniors for use at approved local farmer’s markets. … more
DAVENPORT — It’s like stepping back in time. The Heritage House will be open every day during the Great Mississippi Valley Fair in celebration of the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds’ 100th … more
All are invited for “A Universe of Stories” this summer during the Wilton Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. There will be reading and fun for all ages from June through August. Prizes … more
Editors note: The following release was submitted by the Iowa Department of Public Safety. Memorial Day and the traditional beginning of summer are quickly approaching. Unfortunately, with the … more
Durant The following information was received from the office of the Durant Police Department: May 12—Police handled a suspicious activity call at Feldhahn Park. A subject was in the park … more
ATTENTION READERS: Due to a printing issue last week, some of the pages in the Wilton High School grad section had left and/or right margins get partially cut, causing some readability problems. … more
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
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