Do you know Alexander Clark?

By Daniel G. Clark Do Muscatine people know Alexander Clark the same way that Hannibal citizens know Mark Twain and Springfield residents know Abe Lincoln? Every February, for Black History Month, Clark's story is our ready-made Exhibit A for Muscatine’s...

City council discusses roundabout, new library furniture

By Alex Folz The Muscatine City Council's regular session on February 15 began with a resident's concern about the proposed roundabout at the intersection of Houser and Fulliam streets. The resident stated that the plan discussed at the last council meeting to add a...

Community Connections Build Pathways From Poverty

By Jim Elias The Muscatine Center for Social Action connected with Muscatine Community College to help build a pathway out of poverty for area homeless. Last Friday, MCC hosted a debut of the Pathways From Poverty documentary and a Community Success reception to...

Kimble Bromley exhibit opens at Muscatine Art Center

Contributed by Jim Elias “One encounters many surprises in life, both good and bad,” reflects Kimble Bromley, Professor of Art at North Dakota State University, painter, and hypnotist. An exhibit of his Moby-Dick painting series will hang at the Muscatine Art Center...

Dr. Dan Talks dental health for pets

On January 16, during our "Dr. Dan the Animal Man" radio segment, the Voice of Muscatine sat down with Dr. Drahos, a local veterinarian. Dr. Drahos has many roles in the community: he has taught a course at Muscatine Community College since 2010; he is "Dr. Dan the...

Mississippi Drive Closure

The northbound lane of Mississippi Drive between Pine Street and Iowa Avenue will be closed starting at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, February 14 and will be closed through Friday, February 16.    Muscatine Power & Water will be working on installing street lights.

MHS blood drive honors Micaela Brunson

Muscatine High School hosts annual blood drives at the school as a way of educating students on what it means to give blood and what it can do to save lives. Getting students involved at a young age sets them up to be more likely donors in the future. MHS student...

Speech and Debate students prepare for districts

Muscatine High School’s speech and debate team has taken on this season with success! The speech and debate team at MHS involves about 30 students. While MHS’s team is primarily focused on speech, in the two-day tournaments in which the group participates, the second...

A Professor and His Passion

On February 1, during KWPC’s Moving Forward Broadcast Feature, the Voice of Muscatine sat down with Jeff Kaufmann, a history and government professor at Muscatine Community College. Kaufmann has been with MCC for 28 years and plans to stay for at least another ten. He...

City of Muscatine begins budget review process

Once again, it is budget review time for the City of Muscatine. This is an annual process designed to plan the city’s fiscal year and review the proposed budgets for all the departments and agencies involved. The approved budget must be filed with the County Auditor...

Burger King catches fire, two local wrestling state champions, and saying "Goodbye" to Orschlen's Farm and Home. Check out this week's newest Weekly Update to learn more about these! ... See MoreSee Less

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Voice of MuscatineNot sure if you consider Dollar General to be a grocery store or not but it is on its way. Hope it helps! 😁https://www.facebook.com/voiceofmuscatine/videos/vb.463083937045610/1801741679846489/?type=2&theater

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I would like to see a Grocery store South end of Muscatine needs one

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Sorry to hear about Orschlens closing 😞

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Do you know Alexander Clark?

Do you know Alexander Clark?

By Daniel G. Clark Do Muscatine people know Alexander Clark the same way that Hannibal citizens know Mark Twain and Springfield residents know Abe Lincoln? Every February, for Black History Month, Clark's story is our ready-made Exhibit A for Muscatine’s...

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MHS blood drive honors Micaela Brunson

MHS blood drive honors Micaela Brunson

Muscatine High School hosts annual blood drives at the school as a way of educating students on what it means to give blood and what it can do to save lives. Getting students involved at a young age sets them up to be more likely donors in the future. MHS student...

read more
Speech and Debate students prepare for districts

Speech and Debate students prepare for districts

Muscatine High School’s speech and debate team has taken on this season with success! The speech and debate team at MHS involves about 30 students. While MHS’s team is primarily focused on speech, in the two-day tournaments in which the group participates, the second...

read more

Seniors get a head start on Survivor fundraising

The students at Muscatine High School are making continual efforts to raise funds for those in need. Whether through a food drive, a coat drive, or fundraising for a charity, they are always working to support their community.    Each year, Muscatine High School holds...

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Agriculture College and Career Fair

Agriculture College and Career Fair

On January 19, Calvary Church played host to multiple businesses and colleges for the Agriculture College and Career Fair. The fair gave students in middle school and high school the opportunity to speak with representatives from colleges, small businesses,...

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