Leader-News - News

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

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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.

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

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

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

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City commissioners rationed there were too many keys floating around for entry into the Memorial Building so they voted to have new locks installed in the building with new keys to be distributed to those necessary.

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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.

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A proud monument on Washburn’s Main Avenue turns 60 years old on Sept. 21.

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September 14, 2011

County has a new agent

Irene Graves is the new agent for McLean County.

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Area producers are continuing to harvest small grains as weather provides only slightly drier conditions than what has been seen over the growing season.

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