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Class 2A Regional quarterfinal Regina defeats Durant 53-46 After being defeated in the same gym by 40 points early in the season, the Durant girls’ basketball team gave fellow River Valley … more
As we head toward spring, several events pulled me in many different directions last week. From a fire at the old Wilton college to a trek to Des Moines for state wrestling, that was just the tip of … more
Many of you have heard about the turmoil in Johnson County concerning their zoning ordinance. I view this ordinance as anti-agriculture and illegal. We are working on two bills in the Iowa … more
Editor: 2020 is a monumental election year where social media and political promises may make it difficult to understand the real, underlying issues. What do we really value in a candidate for … more
James T. McBride, 83, of Stockton died at home Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. A celebration of life and open house will be held Saturday, Feb. 29 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Davenport American Legion Post 26. … more
Maurice Edwin Jones, 94, of Durant, died Feb. 18, 2020 at Wilton Retirement Community. A private family service will be held at the columbarium in the St. Thomas Aquinas Prayer Garden in Ames. Online … more
Gloria Bein Neckerman, 86, (also known as Katy) died Feb. 11, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia, where she had lived since 2012. The memorial service will be held in Durant, the date is pending. In lieu … more
Brisby Ann is the name selected for the daughter born Jan. 30, 2020 to Brad and Baili Maurer of Edgewood. Born at Manchester Regional Medical Center in Manchester, Brisby weighed 9 pounds, 6 … more
DES MOINES – On Wednesday, Feb. 12, Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) Chair Troy Price, formerly of Durant, delivered the following letter to the IDP State Central Committee and Secretary Don … more
Small but mighty — the Wilton Show Choir is full of talented students who not only can sing, but dance to synchronized choreography to each song. “It has been really fun hanging out with people … more
Prior to the Wilton school board meeting Feb. 12, a public hearing was held on the proposed issuance of approximately $2.25 million in school infrastructure sales, services and use tax revenue bonds … more
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