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DES MOINES – The absentee voting period for mailed ballots in Iowa’s June 2 primary began April 23. Secretary of State Paul Pate and county auditors across the state are encouraging Iowans to … more
Protesters have been gathering at times downtown by Jeff’s Market on the corner of Maurer and Fourth streets during the past couple weeks. Wilton city council members opened up the April 13 meeting … more
Officials were asked to rezone the south industrial park from light industrial to heavy industrial at the April 13 Durant city council meeting. The request to change four lots was approved and will … more
DES MOINES — On April 8, the Iowa Democratic Party announced an updated county convention process to be conducted remotely over the month of April. The updated, non-present county convention … more
Auditor of State Rob Sand released an audit report March 24 on the city of Wilton. The City’s receipts totaled $11,447,526 for the year ended June 30, 2019, a 111.2 percent increase over the … more
DES MOINES – Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced her appointment of Matthew McDermott as a justice to the Iowa Supreme Court. “Matt is a talented, smart, and astute lawyer with deep Iowa … more
Editor’s note: The following was sent by Muscatine County Auditor Leslie Soule:Due to COVID-19, Muscatine County polling places have been temporarily combined for the Primary Election to be … more
MUSCATINE — Kenny Hora, a Detective for Muscatine County Sheriff’s Office, officially filed petitions for nomination and affidavit of candidacy. Hora seeks to win the Republican nomination for … more
Cedar County voters now have a user-friendly website to find all of their election information. Cedar County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections Cari Dauber announced that … more
Cedar County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections, Cari Dauber is encouraging those wishing to vote in the June 2nd Primary Election to vote absentee by mail due to the recent concerns with … more
Durant city officials practiced social distancing techniques at a March 23 city council meeting, the first of which since several social measures have been taken and mandated in the state to fight … more
Furniture will be moved into the newly updated Wilton City Hall offices later this week, with staff returning to their renovated spaces shortly after. Work to the east side of the building will then … more
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