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Nov. 26 Traffic stop in the 200 block of 5th Street.   Dylan Scero, Indianapolis, IN, was given a citation for speeding. Assisted Iowa State Patrol with a motor vehicle collision into … more
Nov. 26 An animal call occurred in the 100 block of E 1st. Parking problem was reported in the 1200 block of W Wate Street.   Was handled by the officer. Nov. 27 Traffic stop … more
Cindy Tietz, Treasurer of the Wilton Alumni Association, gave a donation of $350 to Pastor Patrick Slessor for the Wilton/Durant Ministerial Association. The money was collected from the free-will … more
Brian Graves, a member of the Wilton FFA chapter, was awarded the American FFA Degree at the 96th National FFA Convention and Expo on Nov. 4, 2023. Each year, the National FFA Organization … more
A good time was had by audience and cast alike for the production of “The Christmas Choir,” Dec. 2-3, in Wilton’s Masonic Lodge by the Wilton High School Not Ready for Prime Time … more
As Santa walked into the Durant Community Center Saturday, Dec. 2, hundreds of children gasped with excitement. The big man himself had arrived. “I got to give Santa a high-five,” … more
The tiny train chugged down Railroad St., Sunday, Dec. 3, boarded by excited children. It was a first for Wilton’s annual Window Walk with Santa Claus. “It’s cool and … more
Muscatine deputies found the body of   Letts man in a Creek Bed away from a rollover accident, Nov. 27, Sheriff Quinn Riess said. Quinn provided the following report. At 9:13 p.m., … more
The first 25 students who enroll full-time in one of Eastern Iowa Community Colleges’ Agriculture AAS degree programs will receive an automatic $2,000 scholarship to offset the cost of their … more
West Liberty, Iowa-based West Liberty Foods recently announced the company has completed a month of charitable giving, having donated nearly 100,000 pounds of turkey breast to food bank organizations … more
An outbreak in Iowa this year of a disease that causes deer to bleed internally and often results in death is poised to be the second-worst since the first known outbreak occurred 11 years ago, … more
The Durant-Wilton Food Pantry served 92 households in October, including 235 individuals. With the cold season quickly coming upon us that need will only rise. more
Looking for some reading inspiration over the winter months? Come to the Wilton Public Library and sign up for the Reading Winter Challenge on Friday, Dec. 1. more
The Muscatine County Fair’s country music headliner has sold over 13 million albums and charted 18 number-one hits. Tracy Lawrence is coming to the Muscatine County Fairgrounds in West Liberty, July 20. more
During National Education week the Wilton American Legion Auxiliary presented the Wilton Community School staff with a box of Kleenex for every class room and a variety of cans of popcorn for the staff to enjoy. more
Ron Alpen Ford donated over $5,000 to the Durant School District. more
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) recently received more than $875,000 in grants designed to expand and enhance the college’s truck driving program. more
Iowa’s most popular hunting seasons are less than two weeks away when more than 100,000 blaze orange clad hunters will be walking, posting, sitting and standing in Iowa’s timber and field edges hoping to tag an Iowa deer. The first deer gun season is Dec. 2-6; the second deer gun season is Dec. 9-17. more
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