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Initially scheduled to take place this Saturday, June 27, Atalissa Day will not happen this year, it was announced last week by Atalissa Fire Chief Ryan Pace. The event typically raises money to … more
Quincy and Trisha Latimer of Durant will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at Jaycee Park in Durant Sept. 14. All friends and family are invited to the open house, … more
Wilton defeats West Liberty 3-1 All season long, Wilton head volleyball coach Brenda Grunder has preached defense, footwork and blocking with her young team full of girls learning new positions. … more
Visitors and passersby in downtown Wilton have noticed a corner store with plenty of curb appeal thanks to the many interesting items displayed outside. Across The Tracks Antiques has relocated to … more
Mussels of Muscatine is hosting a free event for the public Thursday, Nov. 14 at the National Pearl Button Museum, 117 W. Second St. in Muscatine, from 5-8 p.m. Join Muscatine area organizations to … more
Editor: 2020 is a monumental election year where social media and political promises may make it difficult to understand the real, underlying issues. What do we really value in a candidate for … more
Editor’s note: The following was published on the Iowa Capital Dispatch website June 19.Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a COVID-19 liability bill into law on Thursday, granting businesses, … more
Roberta Elaine Juergens, 82 of Wilton, died Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 at her home. Visitation was held on Sept. 9 at Bentley Funeral Home in Wilton. Funeral services were held Sept. 10 at Zion … more
Editor's note: The following was submitted by Rex Troute, candidate for Iowa Senate. Rex Troute, the former business editor of The Hawk Eye newspaper in Burlington, is running for the District … more
A total of three Durant preschool classes, two kindergarten classes and two first grade classes are receiving free books each month, thanks to Mindy Hoon – an early childhood teacher who has been … more
Many of you have heard about the turmoil in Johnson County concerning their zoning ordinance. I view this ordinance as anti-agriculture and illegal. We are working on two bills in the Iowa … more
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