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DES MOINES — Auditor Rob Sand released a report on a special investigation of the “Step Up, Stop the Spread” public service announcement (PSA) campaign that occurred in November … more
Auditor of State Rob Sand (pictured) released a report on a special investigation of the “Step Up, Stop the Spread” media campaign announced by Governor Kim Reynolds on Nov. 19, 2020. The … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Tourism Office and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources today announced updates to the popular Iowa State Park Passport to give consumers a fun and engaging way to … more
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) made a stop in Wilton on Wednesday, June 3 as part of his annual 99-county tour, meeting with members of the Wilton Development Corporation and community leaders … more
Durant residents and those from surrounding areas now have a new “hub” for fresh, nutritional drinks in order to help folks looking for some nutrition along with quenching their thirst. … more
The original wooden bleachers were recently removed from the Durant High School gymnasium, making way for new, blue resin plastic bleachers that will be installed this summer. Materials for the new … more
Photos courtesy of Derek Sawvell and Ben Brown more
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
A brother and sister from the Wilton Trap Team dominated the Scholastic Clay Target Program’s International Bunker Trap Championship held at AVAD Hunt Club, near Coon Rapids. Cole Henning, a … more
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs announced $600,000 in grants for historic preservation projects in or near Creston, Decorah, Elkader, Keokuk and Muscatine. Iowa’s Rural … more
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