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Quinn Riess had one goal in mind when he joined the Muscatine County police department in January 1999 — eventually become Muscatine County Sheriff. When asked in his interview by then sheriff … more
Wilton city council members began their May 24 meeting with a visit from Joe Grunder and his son Chase, with regard to a property on Fourth Street owned by Joe that was cited for a nuisance by City … more
“What will success look like?” That was the question facing Wilton city council members and Mayor Bob Barrett at the May 10 Wilton city council meeting. City Administrator Jeff Horne, who … more
On May 4 and 5, the Wilton Pool saw its last activity for the next five weeks, as several planned renovations began May 6. The spring physical education swim units for Wilton Elementary students … more
Wilton Fire & EMS took a big step toward its ambulance purchase at the April 12 Wilton city council meeting, when the Wilton Fire Department got approval to use $202,000 from its truck fund buy an … more
Wilton is updating its city map. At the March 22 city council meeting, Wilton Economic Development Director Becky Allgood presented members with a draft of what the updated map looks like (pictured). … more
Last week, Wilton’s new interim City Administrator Jeff Horne could be found working with current City Administrator Chris Ball in preparing the next fiscal year budget. Horne was granted a … more
In a special meeting Dec. 21, the Wilton city council voted to explore a 6-month interim contract with Jeff Horne to be the city’s next administrator. On Dec. 14, current City Administrator … more
He may be just 29 years old, but Zach Wahls, the new Democratic Leader of the Iowa Senate, is no stranger to the political spotlight. It was a decade ago when Wahls’ meteoric rise in the Iowa … more
The third and final reading of the UTV and golf cart ordinances were approved at the Oct. 12 Durant city council meeting, but not before yet another lengthy discussion was held and multiple revisions … more
The UTV and golf cart ordinances were once again the primary source of discussion during the Sept. 28 Durant city council meeting. Just prior to the meeting, City Clerk Deana Cavin received the legal … more
Council discussed and considered the first reading of the ordinances allowing UTVs and golf carts on certain public streets in the corporate limits of Durant. Mayor Scott Spengler informed the … more
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