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During the winter months many accidents are caused by slick road conditions. As winter has given way to spring, the roads conditions improved. Unfortunately, accidents continue as the Wilton area … more
Prior to the Wilton school board’s April 10 meeting, a budget hearing was held. District business manager Staci Owens-Kirkman reported that the district’s 2020 valuation increased 3.65 … more
At the end of March, Wilton City Administrator Chris Ball presented city council members with an extensive list of streets that needed repaired. He noted that the harsh winter caused a more extensive … more
Hunter education courses are offered by certified volunteer instructors and Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officers and are typically 12-15 hours in length held over two to … more
The Wilton Chamber of Commerce’s Founders Day Committee is making plans for the 2019 event on Aug. 16 and 17. The theme is “Summer Fun” and the grand marshal of the parade will be Eva Belitz, … more
DES MOINES – Ten fellows have been accepted to join the 2019 Iowa Walking College, a program facilitated by the Healthiest State Initiative and the Iowa Department of Public Health. The fellows … more
Ordinarily, a slow moving vehicle at night in the Iowa countryside spotlighting deer, raccoons or coyotes would send Iowans to their phone, speed-dialing their local conservation officer, but in … more
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