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    COVID-19 Update Sept. 09

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    Muscatine Living

    Chasing More Daylight

    Tuesday, September 22nd was the first official day of fall and with that comes less daylight into...

    When your town can ease your worries

    I headed off this morning to yet another pre-op appointment and after a couple handfuls of these...

    Daily Bread

    We live in one of the great breadbaskets of the world. We are all well aware that...

    Discover Muscatine will provide daily updates on COVID-19 new case counts and total case counts for the state and Muscatine County. All data used comes from www.coronavirus.iowa.gov, which the Iowa Department of Public Health. The Department now reports data in real time. Discover Muscatine’s data reflects current numbers from 11:57 a. m.

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    MUSCATINE, Iowa-- At Tuesday’s meeting of the Board of Water, Electric and Communications Trustees, the Board received...

    Muscatine Fire Department ladders pass annual test

    MUSCATINE, Iowa – The aerial ladder truck and the ground ladders used by the Muscatine Fire Department (MFD) are required to be tested annually...

    Muscatine Police selected for ABLE program national rollout

    MUSCATINE, Iowa - The Muscatine Police Department has been accepted into the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement (ABLE) Project. The project is Georgetown University...

    Riverside Park restrooms to be temporarily closed

    MUSCATINE, Iowa – The public restrooms in Riverside Park near the playground at Pearl City Station will be closed starting Wednesday, Sept. 30, by the...

    Stanley Center commits gift to Racial Justice Fund

    MUSCATINE, Iowa--The Stanley Center for Peace and Security recently committed $15,000 to the Racial Justice Fund at the Community Foundation of Greater...

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