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Durant Public Works employees will begin picking up leaves at the curb on Oct. 16 through Nov. 27. Please see schedule and map (right) for your zone. Crews will pick up on Mondays, Wednesdays and … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), a combat veteran and member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, issued a reminder to Iowa students that applications to receive a nomination to the … more
WASHINGTON – National Farmers Union (NFU) recognized 26 U.S. Senators and Representatives who have demonstrated leadership and support at the federal policymaking level for family farmers, ranchers … more
Officials approved the first reading of an ordinance which would amend the number of cats and dogs allowed per household at the Sept. 9 Durant city council meeting. The ordinance amendment states, … more
On Sept. 4, Rep. Bobby Kaufmann (R-Wilton) applauded the Iowa Department of Transportation for securing a major federal grant to improve aging bridges across the state. “This is great news for … more
DES MOINES – City and school elections will be conducted simultaneously this year, on Tuesday Nov. 5. A law passed by the Iowa Legislature in 2017 ended the longstanding tradition of holding school … more
DES MOINES – Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced that she will appoint Kelly Kennedy Garcia, currently deputy executive commissioner of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, as director of … more
Wilton’s $6 million wastewater treatment plant is nearly complete. When the city council met Sept. 9, it received an update on some potential problem customers — Vitalix and Hy-Line … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff in Southeast Iowa for open office hours. Jared Hershberger, Loebsack’s District Representative, will be at … more
DES MOINES– Gov. Kim Reynolds announced her appointment of Julie Schumacher as a judge of the Iowa Court of Appeals.  Schumacher, of Schleswig, Iowa, currently serves as a district court … more
Noel Price was chosen to fill the Durant city council seat left vacant by Brian Utter, who recently resigned just before being hired as a full-time officer for the Durant Police Department. Price … more
For the second straight meeting, Steph Maine and Ginny Harris were in attendance to talk with Wilton city council members about a proposed Fall Festival to be held in downtown Wilton Oct. 11 and 12. … more
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