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Genesis Health System reached a three-year agreement with UnitedHealthcare. This agreement ensures continued in-network access to Genesis hospitals, doctors, and specialists for patients covered by UnitedHealthcare Commercial and MedicareAdvantage plans. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds included seven Scott County residents, two from Clinton and one from Cedar County among 196 she appointed or reappointed to Iowa boards and commissions. more
Brian Lee Zindel, age 81, of Walcott, passed away on Friday, July 5, 2024, at Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House, Bettendorf.  Cremation rites have been accorded. A memorial gathering will be held from 11 a.m. - 12 noon, Monday, July 15, at Calvary Church of Walcott.  A service will be held at 12 noon, Monday, July 15, at the church.  Memorials may be directed to the Walcott Fire Department or Calvary Church of Walcott in his memory.  Online condolences may be left at more
Fifty-four years after being shot while unloading a helicopter in the jungles of Vietnam, SSG Keith Ormsby received the Purple Heart and Air Medal. more
By Vanessa “Cueponi Cihuatl” Espinoza Have you ever wanted to own a gun, but didn’t know where to get started? Our community has a place for you. Three years ago, Evelio … more
By Anita Hartley Are you acquainted with Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast of the FBI?   Well, he is a strange fellow, extremely intelligent, as told in the 21 book series featuring him, … more
A long-time Muscatine resident and advocate for health and wellness has been hired to coordinate the Muscatine County activities related to an Iowa State University grant from the Centers for Disease … more
By Tim Evans Index Reporter Durant resident Miles Budelier may be a car show enthusiast, but he doesn’t attend more than one car show annually. That’s the Durant Car Show … more
By Barb Arland-Fye Editor Catholic Messenger   Father Guillermo Trevino quotes an adage in Spanish to convey the importance of parents’ roles as faith formation leaders in … more
By Tim Evans Index reporter A national not-for-profit organization is hoping to get local kids to sleep in a more comfortable environment. “Sleep in Heavenly Peace” is … more
Inspectors have cited Iowa restaurants and stores for hundreds of food-safety violations in recent weeks, including octopus left to thaw in buckets, mouse droppings, and grimy blenders used to concoct smoothies. more
By Tim Evans AN Reporter One of the largest animal rescue operations ever recorded in Muscatine County history took place last Monday, June 17, as the investigative team from the Muscatine … more
By Royce Richman Advocate Sports Writer Last weekend, Durant softball placed 12th out of 16 teams in a tournament in Oak Ridge and Alburnett.  They played two games on Friday … more
By Ryan Stonebraker Advocate Sports Writer Cornell sophomore outfielder Peyton Souhrada was named to the 2024 All-Midwest Softball Conference first team which was announced earlier this … more
By Ryan Stonebraker Advocate Sports Writer The Wilton baseball team is on fire with a season-high five-game winning streak going and a record that now sits at 13-10.  The Beavers … more
By Ryan Stonebraker Advocate Sports Writer The Wilton softball team picked up their 9th and 10th River Valley Conference wins last week with a sweep over the Tiger Tigers on June 17.  The … more
June 16 Traffic stop at Walnut and 5th Street for no muffler,   A verbal warning was given to the juvenile for equipment violation. Responded to 400 block of Maurer for a medical … more
June 16 Routine officer walk through at the Dew Drop Bar. The officer handled alarm in Durant. Warning was given for a traffic violation on 1st Avenue and 7th Street. June 17 … more
I believe in community journalism. And I believe in telling your stories. My name is Erin M. Gentz, and I am the interim editor of the Wilton-Durant Advocate News and the West Liberty Index . I … more
The Greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce & Industry, in collaboration with the Muscatine Community YMCA and IowaWORKS, will host a job and career fair on Tuesday, July 9, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. … more
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