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Come on over to the Wilton Public Library and check out all the new books. Here are some that have recently arrived! Adult Fiction: “Abraham Lincoln in the Kitchen: A Culinary View of … more
Eastern Iowa Light and Power has donated $20,000 to the new Event Center at the Muscatine County Fair. “I couldn’t be more humbled at the support of the new event center from … more
Beginning July 1, add strollers, skaters, powered bikes and skateboards to the list of Iowans protected in cross walks. Sen. Mark Lofgren, R-Muscatine, led passage of the bill that requires … more
The City of Wilton played host to a citywide garage sale on Saturday, May 4, thanks to the Wilton Chamber and Development Alliance. A total of 44 garage sales and vendors participated. This was … more
There are no easy events ever at the River Valley Conference track and field championships. Even more so when the meet gets pushed back a day. Taking the weather delay in stride, the Durant … more
The Wilton Beavers boys’ golf team had a busy week with three meets.  Wilton had two River Valley Conference meets against Durant and Iowa City Regina, as well as the annual River Valley … more
The Wilton Beavers traveled to Columbus Junction on Monday, April 29 to take part in the annual Wildcat Relays at Columbus Junction.  There, the Beavers placed fifth with a team score of … more
The Wilton Beaver girls’ golf team had a very busy week with four meets over the last seven days.  In the past week, the Beavers won two RVC dual meets and competed at the 2024 River … more
The County Board of Supervisors has done the annual allocation of public library funding, and some library directors are not pleased. The West Liberty Public Library and the Wilton Public … more
The City of Wilton is planning a $7 million overhaul of Fifth St., which will both widen and revamp the community’s main drag that doubles as an entrance from Hwy 38. Construction will … more
"The hardest part is resisting the urge to speak," says Madison Smyser, "You definitely have to use your facial expressions a lot." Smyser played the role of a mute Ariel on April 17 and 21, … more
Learning at an early age she was “always comfortable around children,” Tammy Place knew when she was in high school, she would pursue a teaching career. “I enjoyed babysitting, … more
The Wilton Community Quilt is now on display at the Wilton City Council Chambers.   In the Fall of 2023, the quilt was completed and put on display at the Wilton Public Library. Librarian … more
A $3.6 million commitment of taxpayer dollars from the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship will leverage a total investment of approximately $10 million toward statewide water quality … more
The place to be on Saturday nights in the late 1940s and 1950s was downtown in Wilton Junction. Farmers came to town, town people gathered. Why? The band was playing, and there was shopping … more
Jo Anne Meincke, age 89, of Durant, died peacefully on Sunday, April 28, 2024 at the Wilton Retirement Home after a long illness with Parkinson’s Disease. A visitation will be held from … more
Leila M. Rekemeyer, age 80, of Walcott, Iowa, died on Tuesday, April 23, 2024, at Clarissa C. Cook Hospice House, Bettendorf. A funeral service will be held 11 a.m., Monday, April 29, 2024, at … more
Derwood Gail Keith died on Friday, April 26, 2024, at the Simpson Memorial Home in West Liberty.     Visitation will be held 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at the West Liberty … more
The Muscatine County Fair Event Center is receiving a major gift of $50,000 from the Joseph and Edward Ryan Trust. The Ryan Trust is going to sponsor the Kitchen, which will be named after the trust. … more
There are “in-form” golfers, and then there is Lauren Callison. In the span of 72 hours, the Durant junior won two tournaments and broke her school’s 18-hole low record which … more
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