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I'll admit that what I'm attempting to write about this week I know nothing about. Conventional wisdom would be to not touch a subject you know nothing about. Yet I've been fuming all week about … more
Anna Marine is a self-described rule follower. She understands regulations, procedures, and that several things in life are monitored for a reason. As a reporter, I know this first-hand. Anna … more
This gig keeps me on my toes. It keeps me on the road, and puts me in situations I certainly wouldn't be in otherwise. I found myself in one of those situations a couple weeks ago, when I was … more
When I drove past them for the first time, I thought I was seeing things. For anyone traveling through Wilton eastbound on Fifth Street in the area of WTC Communications, the Wilton bus barn, CBI … more
Our collective hearts grew heavier and heavier this week as obituaries came into our newspaper. I've tasked myself with preparing obituaries in our paper for quite sometime. Call me a prisoner of the … more
Sometimes things happen to put things in perspective. Moments after another instant WHS vs. DHS classic, Wilton TE Caden Kirkman collapsed. He was taken away in an ambulance. My thoughts are with … more
The Iowa Legislature’s role in redistricting is under way. The nonpartisan Legislative Services Agency has released its initial plan for Congressional, state House and state Senate districts. … more
Over the past few weeks, there have been countless community happenings in Wilton and Durant. I often find myself telling our staff that we only get the front page of the paper once each week. Sadly, … more
It's homecoming week in Durant and Wilton. On one hand, I feel great for our students, especially those upperclassmen, who are able to have a dance. I say that because COVID-19 is again starting to … more
On Labor Day, let’s renew our commitment to Iowa’s working families. When you put in a 40-hour work week, your contributions should be valued enough that you can make ends meet and … more
I wasn’t going to say anything, but once it happened a second time, I felt it was time to speak out. For the second time since May, I’ve had a car damaged while being parked in downtown … more
The school year begins this week for area youth in both Durant and Wilton, with first days being Wednesday, Aug. 25. Considering where we were a year ago with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, … more
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