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Ruby Kappeler awarded Shrope Scholarship Coe College has awarded Ruby Kappeler of Muscatine a William E. Shrope Scholarship for the 2020-21 academic year. Kappeler, the daughter of Jeffrey … more
The New Year is just around the corner and that means new possibilities! Eastern Iowa Community Colleges offers students a number of options, from career/technical training leading directly to … more
Keep Iowa Beautiful (KIB) will award three $1,000 scholarships to Iowa high school seniors in 2021 that plan to enroll in an Iowa college or university. The scholarships are in honor of three … more
Prior to the Nov. 23 Wilton city council meeting, a public safety committee meeting was held with council members Keith Stanley and Ted Marolf present, along with Mayor Bob Barrett, Police Chief Dave … more
AMES — The Iowa 4-H Foundation and Hills Bank and Trust Company 2021 Leadership Grant applications are now open for current high school juniors. For the past 20 years, Hills Bank & Trust Company … more
Data analytics is one of today’s fastest growing and highest paid professions as organizations increasingly rely on data to drive strategic business decisions. With Eastern Iowa Community … more
During a rather brief Durant School District board meeting Nov. 9, Maintenance Director Tom Wuestenberg was present to brief board members on several ongoing and upcoming maintenance projects, … more
In recent weeks, COVID-19 has been closing in on Wilton. Numbers are up within the community, causing the temporary closure of several local businesses. Numbers are also up within the Wilton School … more
The Wilton ag and FFA program recently unveiled a new grain bin that was ready for the fall 2020 harvest, which occurred recently at the Wilton School District ag farm south of Wilton. Corn is shown … more
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