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IOWA CITY – The first League of Women Voters of Johnson County Legislative Forum will be held Saturday, Jan. 25, in Harvat Hall in City Hall, 410 East Washington St., Iowa City. The forum will run … more
The Wilton city council met in regular session Monday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. The meeting held many yearly resolutions, board appointments and new changes to the Wilton Police staff. When the Wilton … more
Richard Roesger presented a petition signed by many of his neighbors to officials at the Jan. 13 Durant city council meeting. Roesger is a resident along Seventh Street between Yankee Avenue and the … more
Former Vice President Joe Biden made the trek to Tipton Dec. 28 in pouring down rain to meet with a crowd of around 125 at Tipton High School. It was the first of three eastern Iowa events for the … more
Members of the Durant Police Department presented city council members a bid for a used Chevy Tahoe at the Dec. 16 city council meeting. With three weeks having passed since the last meeting, … more
CNN will host the Iowa Democratic presidential debate on Jan. 14, in what will be the final face-to-face meeting between the candidates before the nation begins heading to the polls.CNN, in … more
The Durant school board took part in several traditions when members met Dec. 9, some old and some new. For three members, Barb Reasner, Russ Paustian and Phil Nietfeldt, it was the final meeting of … more
The Wilton city council met for a regular meeting Dec. 9 on the heels of the town’s annual Window Walk — one of the first items discussed. “I was really impressed with how many people were … more
DES MOINES– Gov. Kim Reynolds announced her appointment of Paul Ahlers as a judge of the Iowa Court of Appeals.  Ahlers, of Fort Dodge, currently serves as a district associate judge in … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff in Southeastern Iowa for open office hours. Jared Hershberger, Loebsack’s District Representative, will be at several … more
After 15 years serving as Wilton’s Chief of Police, Tim Leathers announced his retirement when members of the city council met Nov. 25. For the second straight time, the meeting was held in the … more
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