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Did you know February is “Love Your Theater Month?” more
The same inspectors will enforce pretty much the same rules at Del Ray Tanning Salon in Eldridge. But inspections now cost salon owner Kandi Olson twice as much under new county rules she fears will eliminate perhaps a fifth of her clientele. more
Melisa Maher, John Jackson, Chris Sterbenz and Cynthia Kaczinski all recently earned promotions at First Central State Bank, which has locations in eastern Iowa at Eldridge, DeWitt, LeClaire, Clinton and Goose Lake. more
When AJ Gross walked into GT Sports on a late September Friday afternoon, he had no idea that his plan to have a single shirt embroidered would evolve into him buying the whole business. more
Scott County Supervisor Ken Beck foresees a county where residents can get mental health treatment as easy as any other medical service. more
When I think about what the North School community and school district will look like in the next decade, much of what I imagine is similar to what most people might predict. I see more growth in all aspects of the community. That means more businesses, homes, a higher student enrollment and more facilities for the schools. We will continue to learn about the best teaching practices and instructional methods and will retain the best faculty, staff and administrators that are available. more
Donahue Mayor Ken Schoenthaler expects Eldridge and Davenport growth to nudge his hometown’s population and perhaps boundaries just a bit larger. more
I envision that Princeton leaders and residents will have thoughtful discussion and make decisions regarding the aging infrastructure in town, such as water, sewage, and roadway repairs. I am hopeful that the 2020 Census will provide Princeton with additional funding opportunities and that collaboration with organizations will carry on as a valuable resource. more
I would like to see our First Street revitalization project actually get completed in the next 10 years.  The project would improve our primary road through town with curb and gutter streets and proper drainage, walkways, parking, and period lighting much like many other small towns that do similar projects.  more
Scott County Board chairman Tony Knobbe looks away from farm fields and towards central cities for development opportunities championed by the entire region over the next decade. more
A rare North Carolina snowstorm has proven to be a boon for a well-established Eldridge company, and now, two years later, area residents have a whole host of Christmas ideas at their fingertips. more
Brandi Lord has always enjoyed learning new things. more
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