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At a hearing this spring, the attorney representing Grain Processing Corporation, Michael Reck, warned a Scott County judge that if he were to deny the... [Read More]
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The fastest kid in Iowa description is still intact for Tanner Iske. [Read More]
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The outcome may not have been what Tyler Olson had envisioned, but the senior's final race as a Muskie still brought a sense of fulfillment... [Read More]
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The first half of Friday's matchup against Iowa City Regina, the No. 1 ranked team in Class 1A, was everything Muscatine boys soccer coach Jose... [Read More]
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Wapello senior Trenton Massner wanted something better than bronze. [Read More]
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Its time may have been .62 seconds too slow for the finals, but the Muscatine boys' 1,600 relay had plenty reason to celebrate as it... [Read More]
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A debate over what Muscatine city code has defined as a vicious animal was spurred at Thursday's city council meeting. [Read More]
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Wilton boys golf coach Nick Dohrmann is convinced that if his team played Friday's district meet 10 times it would get 10 different results. [Read More]
Muscatine Center for Social Action staff say it's easy to ignore numbers. [Read More]
The Muscatine Police Department is seeking information on a shots fired incident Thursday around the 1600 block of Orange Street. [Read More]
The Muscatine Department of Public Works is shutting down all but one lane in the 1200 block of E. 5th Street so a contractor can... [Read More]
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Organizers are hoping a parade and a soapbox derby can bring people together. [Read More]
After meeting with union representation, Muscatine Schools approved the union-certified increases for its represented employees. [Read More]
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Motorcyclists will again be welcomed to a summer series of evening events in Wilton. [Read More]
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