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Two new businesses building in Washburn

Owners of River Ag Inc., Clark Price and Paul Bichler, visited with city commissioners on Sept. 26 to see if their new business would get the OK for 10 years of 100 percent tax exemption.

Posted 10/26/11 (Wed) read more »

Wilton School supt asks for contract buyout

The Wilton School Board approved a $2.6 million budget on Wednesday night but the crowds didn’t form to hear how much taxes they’d be paying.

Posted 10/18/11 (Tue) read more »

Washburn Water Treatment Plant reaches completion

The renovated Washburn Water Treatment Plant has been a project a long time coming in the city and it finally came to completion in mid-September.

Posted 10/18/11 (Tue) read more »

Wilton residents will see water rate increase

It might be just a drop in the bucket, but Wilton residents will be seeing a 10 cent increase in the water rates.

Posted 10/12/11 (Wed) read more »

On the fringe of growth

The housing study and motel feasibility study in Washburn are underway after a gathering of interested community members Sept. 29.

Posted 10/12/11 (Wed) read more »

Washburn ambulance has successful event

The Washburn ambulance held their annual pancake breakfast on Sunday, but instead of it being held in the Memorial Building, as it has been in years past, the feed was moved into the new ambulance bay.

Posted 10/05/11 (Wed) read more »

See where your water comes from

Everybody is invited to join in celebrating the opening of Washburn’s renovated and improved water treatment plant.

Posted 10/05/11 (Wed) read more »

Wilton and Cenex try to clear up property line issue

The sign for Wilton Cenex lies on property belonging to the City of Wilton.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Early freeze slows corn crop maturity

Steven Heger, an Underwood farmer, can’t remember a more stressful spring planting season than this past one.

Posted 9/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Wolf Creek area property owners question subdivision

Traffic concerns, covenants and drainage fears have put a temporary halt to a proposal by Alan Ness to develop a 40-lot subdivision near Wolf Creek.

Posted 9/21/11 (Wed) read more »