June 2017

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Muscatine County’s response to new fireworks law

The Muscatine county board of supervisors will follow the law as signed in with no additional restrictions. Muscatine county supervisor Nathan Mather told the Voice of Muscatine, “We just didn’t have enough time for us to make any real changes. By the time we would...

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Gilda’s Club hosts yoga workshop for cancer survivors/caregivers

Gilda’s Club's upcoming Yoga Workshops for Cancer Survivors & Caregivers will be held weekly from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. at Senior Resources in the Adult Day Area, located at 1808 Mulberry Avenue in Muscatine. Sessions begin Thursday, June 1, 2017, and end Thursday, July 6,...

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Muscatine City Council discusses sidewalks, parking, and more

The in-depth council meeting of the Muscatine City Council held on Thursday, June 8 involved several presentations on the progress of various projects in and around town. The council discussed the continuation of the trial no-parking area near the intersection of...

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Building Bridges: Forgiveness; healthy for the mind and body

Contributed by Pastor Dan Baldwin Grace Lutheran Church For those who attend worship or spend time reading scripture, a common theme you will find is forgiveness. We read in scripture, particularly the New Testament, of our God who comes to us in Jesus Christ, dies on...

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Salvation Army spends their summer in the Kid Zone

For the last 24 years, the Muscatine Salvation Army has opened its resources to the children of Muscatine. Lieutenant Christian Lopez said, “The summer is all about having fun, and we are blessed to have a great place for children to spend their summer.” The Kid Zone...

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