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In a year that’s already been packed with natural phenomena, add one more to your list: The cicadas are coming to Iowa, and they’re coming in droves. “Millions of these guys … more
The Wilton City Council met Monday, April 8, where it discussed personnel, the splash pad, Division St. and more. Deputy Clerk To begin, the council appointed Desiree Zeman to the position … more
For the first time in history, Wilton High School students got a chance to use the Wilton Observatory for the purpose of viewing a solar eclipse.   Now in its fourth year of helping educate … more
QuickE’s Tacos QuickE’s Tacos at 1211 W. 5th Street is owned and operated by Erasmo and Sarah Espinoza. They serve a full menu of delicious tacos burritos rice bowls, salads, … more
Paul Birdsey Luethye, age 69, of Wilton, died unexpectedly on Thursday, April 11, 2024, at Leland Smith Assisted Living, Wilton. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, April 19, … more
Helen M. Rider of Davenport, Iowa died on March 19, 2024. Celebration of life services were held at Newcomb Presbyterian Church in Davenport on Tuesday, March 26 with burial at the National … more
The Wilton Community School District had a regular board meeting on Wednesday, April 10th. Present at the meeting were four of the five members, board members Sam Wilson, Tommy Fitzer, Tara Oien and … more
Durant’s School Board of Education heard administrative reports, set public hearings on budgets and school calendars, and made a number of personnel moves at their Monday, April 8 meeting held … more
The Wilton Beaver boys’ track team secured a third-place finish last week at the Wapello Indian Relays. There, Wilton scored 79.5 team points behind two event wins to have a good … more
The Wilton Beaver girl’s track and field team made the short trek to Stanwood on Tuesday, April 9 for their second meet in as many days.    There, the Beavers placed fifth in an … more
Just like the boys did last week, the Durant girls’ track team defended its den with a superb victory in the Wildcat Relays. Durant was the only school to top 100 points, scoring. 132 … more
After a tough start to the season, Durant’s girls’ golf team is back in a strong position after scoring back-to-back wins against Davenport Assumption, Davenport Central and Iowa City … more
The Wilton girl’s golf team has started the season 2-1 in three meets, playing two of the three meets away from its home course at Tipton and at Columbus Junction.  Wilton won at home … more
Darrell Lee Woodward, age 86, of Wilton, died on Saturday, April 6, 2024, at Harmony Nursing Home, Davenport. A visitation will be held from 4-7 p.m., Wednesday, April 10, 2024, at Bentley … more
Joshua Raye Atkins, age 21, of Wilton, died on Tuesday, March 26, 2024, at his home surrounded by his loving family. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, April 13, 2024, at the … more
Looking to the Future, Honoring the Past “It didn’t take long to get here,” jokes Bruce Rabedeaux, Class of 1974. “It’s hard to believe that 50 years have gone by … more
Muscatine County, including Wilton and Durant, experienced a partial solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, the likes of which won’t be seen in the United States for another 20 years. From … more
By Tim Evans Advocate Contributor Started 24 years ago, the Durant Senior Dining project has been a favorite among 60-plus-year-old local citizens in Durant. They meet every Thursday … more
“For Wilton, it was a good fit.” That’s what Wilton Police Chief Dave Clark had to say about the installation of four new speed monitor signs – with two more on the way … more
Wilton’s second annual Day of Caring, organized by the Wilton/Muscatine United Way, is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever. The free service is set to take place the morning of … more
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