Donate blood and give more life

The best gifts can’t be bought in a store. The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by giving blood this December.   Alison Wissen knows the power of blood donations. She received 22 units of blood products after experiencing complications during...

Thomopulos inducted into National Academy of Construction

Gregs Thomopulos, chairman emeritus of Stanley Consultants, has been inducted into the 2017 class of the National Academy of Construction (NAC). This organization recognizes and honors individuals for their distinguished contributions to the industry and shares this...

The Muscatine Civic Chorale will present “A Christmas Cantata”

The Muscatine Civic Chorale will present "A Christmas Cantata" by contemporary Swedish composer Nils Lindberg on December 8 at 7 p.m. at Wesley United Methodist Church, 400 Iowa Avenue, Muscatine.  Everyone is welcome. Lindberg's jazz cantata features a unique blend...

God didn’t give a white elephant gift

Contributed by Pastor Sandra Berryman Have you ever gone to a party where you exchanged a white elephant gift? You know what a white elephant gift is—something cheap or weird that you own because someone gave it to you. You know. Pink flamingo boxer shorts,...

Old Stone Church to host Christmas service

The public is invited to Christmas services at the Old Stone Church, hosted by the Friends of The Old Stone Church, on Saturday, December 16, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. The Old Stone Church is located at 3507 180th Street, Muscatine, Iowa, one and one-half miles north of Wild...

Hanging up the headphones

This Friday, December 8, is my last day with Vintage Sound 93.1 FM, KWPC, and The Voice of Muscatine Newspaper. After nearly five years with Prairie Radio Communications (owner of the radio stations and newspaper), I decided it was in the best interest of me and my...

Merrill Hotel joins international association

The International Association of Conference Centers (IACC), the only global professional association representing small to medium-sized venues focused on meetings, training courses, and conferences, accepted The Merrill into its program after a stringent application...

Veteran ID Card (VIC) application available

For many veterans, the only way to provide proof of their service is by carrying a full-sized DD Form 214. This usually is not a practical option, and it can increase the likelihood of identity theft, since most forms include personally identifiable information like...

Muscatine Art Center prepares for holiday fun

The staff at the Muscatine Art Center are busy preparing for upcoming events this holiday season. The annual Sunday with Santa is set for December 3. The Gingerbread House workshop will be held Saturday, December 9, and returning this year, the Kids Pajama Party will...

Pearls of Progress fully funded

Mission accomplished. The Pearls of Progress Project fundraising effort reached its goal to qualify for an Enhance Iowa Board $500,000 Community Attractions and Tourism (CAT) grant. The Pearls of Progress Project, which actually consists of four separate projects, can...

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November 2017

Freezing For Food

November 27 @ 8:00 am - December 1 @ 5:00 pm
December 2017

Christmas Share Fair

December 9 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Silent Auction will be from 1-3 pm. We'll be drawing raffle tickets items at the closing of the silent auction bidding at 3:00pm. You need not be present to win. Come out and enjoy a sweet treat & hot drink. The event will take place in the Muscatine First Assembly of God, 314 West 7th Street ~ Basement Entrance on December 9th. The proceeds will go towards Community & Missions projects. For questions please contact Barb at 563-260-8028.

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Donate blood and give more life

Donate blood and give more life

The best gifts can’t be bought in a store. The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give more life by giving blood this December.   Alison Wissen knows the power of blood donations. She received 22 units of blood products after experiencing complications during...

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Hanging up the headphones

Hanging up the headphones

This Friday, December 8, is my last day with Vintage Sound 93.1 FM, KWPC, and The Voice of Muscatine Newspaper. After nearly five years with Prairie Radio Communications (owner of the radio stations and newspaper), I decided it was in the best interest of me and my...

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Hometown Hawkeye

Hometown Hawkeye

Joe Wieskamp has known his basketball destination since June 9, 2015. Early in the summer following his freshman year at Muscatine High School, the long athletic wing verbally committed to play college basketball at the University of Iowa. On Wednesday, he signed his...

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West Liberty and Wilton make football playoffs

West Liberty and Wilton make football playoffs

Last season, Wilton and Sigourney Keota faced off with the winner punching their ticket to the Iowa High School Athletic Association playoffs. The Cobras took last season's matchup and got out to an early lead on Friday night. But the Beavers battled back. After...

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