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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
Members of the visioning committee and area artist Drew Etienne presented officials with ideas for a mural installation at the May 24 Durant city council meeting. The project includes five murals, … 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
Durant officials approved the site plan for Rise and Grind Drive Thru at the May 10 council meeting. The coffee shop plans to open this summer and will be located 622/624 Fifth Street. The location … more
Wilton city council members held the third and final readings of two city ordinances that will soon become law. At the April 26 meeting, council approved doing away with on-street parking in three … more
Durant Community Center Director Dawn Smith told officials at the April 26 Durant city council meeting that Musicfest would be held, “At least one last time.” The festival, which features mostly … 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
Kevin Bailey, engineer for MSA Professional Services, presented officials at the April 12 Durant city council meeting with a bid from Hoekstra Masonry that would be submitted with the 2021 AARP … more
As the weather is growing warmer and residents are spending more time outside, Cedar County Emergency Management is reminding all county residents of their responsibilities set by The Cedar County … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Insurance Commissioner Doug Ommen announced that Iowa investors who were previously defrauded by Metals.com, Tower Equity, Chase Metals or Barrick Capital have until April 30, … more
DES MOINES — The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced recently that additional federal premium tax credits will be available to individuals purchasing their own health insurance … more
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