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A new storm water utility tax took a step forward Monday, Feb. 12, during the Durant city council meeting. The council approved the first reading of an ordinance that will add $1 month to every … more
The Wilton City Council covered a lot of ground Monday, Feb. 12, at city hall. The meeting began with discussion about the rising rent at a local mobile home park. Afterwards, the council … more
The Wilton American Legion Post 584 wants to get back in the spotlight with more community activities.   They’re putting together a member-driven “Chili Cook-off” to help … more
David Leon Spilger, 67, died Friday, Feb. 16, 2024, at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City.   Visitation was held Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024, at the Henderson-Barker … more
Deborah Sue Cole, age 68, of Bennett, died on Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, at her home. A celebration of life will be held from Noon – 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 24, 2024, at the Bennett American … more
The Durant School Board of Education authorized bids totaling over $270,000 on four construction projects at their regular Monday, Feb. 12 meeting at the District’s Superintendent Office. … more
The Durant High School Drama Class will present the musical “Annie Jr.” on Saturday and Sunday, March 2-3, in the Durant High School Auditorium, announced by director Jeanine Link, the … more
The Durant Chamber of Commerce will host its annual meeting on Monday, April 15 at 5 p.m., during which members of the community can get updates on city activities as well as economic development … more
There is a group of dedicated ladies who put a lot of work into raising money to support the athletes of Wilton Junior and Senior High School.   They are Becky Hansen, Terri Becker and … more
Easy as 1-2-3, as the saying goes.   For Wilton freshman Liam Adlfinger, that held true as the Beavers 106-pounder defeated the top three seeds in his bracket to win the Class 1A state … more
For his first time at the Iowa High School Athletic Association boys’ state wrestling tournament, Durant sophomore Trey Ramer certainly made his presence felt. The lone Wildcat qualifier … more
The Durant boys’ bowling team season came to a close last Tuesday (Feb. 13) at the Iowa High School Athletic Association Class 1A state qualifying meet in New Hampton. In a pod with seven … more
The Wilton Beaver girls’ basketball team knew they had their work cut out for them when they traveled to Class 2A No. 5 Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont on February 16.  The Rockets have … more
The Wilton Beaver boys’ basketball team saw their season end last week at the hands of RVC foe Iowa City Regina, 68-57 in a district loss.  The Beavers and Regals were playing for the … more
In 2018 Anna Marine performed at the Iowa State Fair… only a few short years later she was at a different venue: Carnegie Hall in New York City. “It made me feel like an actual … more
On Jan. 21, the Wilton Fire Department held their banquet to honor members of the group that went above and beyond.   Fire Chief Jamie Hull said the annual banquet celebrates the success of … more
Always working to accept unique donations, the Tri-County Heritage & Genealogy Museum continues to keep its doors open in the heart of the Durant business district. The Museum held its … more
Rehearsals are ongoing for the HiLiters, as they prepare for their part in the Wilton Fine Arts Guild’s spring production in mid-March. The group this year consists of 14 area vocalists … more
The 29 members of the Wilton Fire Department and Ambulance Services will be hosting their annual pancake breakfast this Sunday, Feb. 18, their biggest fundraiser of the year. Serving more than … more
How can you have it both ways?   That is what Rep. Miller Meeks wants.   She and House Republicans demanded border security measures before funding Ukraine and Israel with arms. They … more
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