DeWitt Volunteer Fire Department building to expand

Inflation isn't only hitting you at the stores. A project to expand a volunteer fire department recently got a lot more expensive. At the DeWitt Volunteer Fire Department, space is an issue while the community around the volunteer department keeps growing. For more on this story, visit OurQuadCities.com.

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