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Princeton’s Big Docks gets bigger – Hamilton expects 10 more workers to increase production

Every 20 minutes, two workers at Bill Hamilton’s Princeton plastics plant knock out two pieces of his innovative plastic boat dock assembly. That’s the fastest pace possible for the riverfront … more

Eldridge lands a new LeClaire Road convenience store

The closed Living Vintage antique shop will become a new East LeClaire Road convenience store that will emphasize customer service as they offer snacks, treats, some groceries and liquor, but not … more

Surprises set for Princeton Ale House fall opening

For a year, Jackie and Jim Nelson and their friend Choen Lane boated by the abandoned Kernan’s restaurant building on the Princeton riverfront and wondered: Why isn’t that open? Could a new … more

Cooking for the Food Pantry

For the sixth consecutive year North Scott Foods held its annual Ribfest on Saturday, July 8, with all proceeds going to the North Scott Food Pantry. This year's event drew 11 teams and countless … more

Bank, interns will dedicate repair station on bike path

Ohnward Bancshares, Inc. summer leadership interns Jason Zhang, Lauren Heilig, Luke Bowman, Shannon Shovlain and Nick Riedesel were encouraged to formulate a sustainable community driven program in … more

Joe Kaufman elected to board of Liberty Trust

Liberty Trust & Savings Bank announces the addition of Joe Kaufman to its board of directors. Kaufman retired from DuPont Pioneer (formerly Pioneer Hi-bred International) in 2008 after a 40-year … more

Wapsi Willy’s wins zoning change; Owner thinks twice after neighbor’s party

Wapsi Willy’s is one step closer to outdoor volleyball and bags, but the owner told Scott County Supervisors he may reconsider. Supervisors July 13 approved a first reading of a zoning change … more

Mama’s Parlor seeks beer, wine permits

Scott County Supervisors on Thursday considered a beer and wine license for Mama’s Parlor in Park View. The family restaurant at 10 Grove Road is owned and operated by Joyce Culver. Culver said … more

Wapsi Willys agrees to curfew on outdoor activities

The owners of Wapsi Willys agreed to a list of restrictions that led county planning officials to support a zoning change to allow outdoor volleyball and bags at the restaurant on the Scott-Clinton … more

Eldridge to consider property tax incentives for gun plant July 17

Eldridge council members authorized work to begin on extending 16th Avenue and water and sewer service to prepare for Lewis Machine & Tool’s move from Milan, Ill., to Eldridge. The city … more

Welcome to Eldridge

The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon-cutting at Salon Del Ray, a new tanning salon in Eldridge. The business is located at 158 S. 4th Ave. Pictured are front (l-r): … more

Iowa 80 Group donates $2,000 for hunger

A $2,000 donation from the Iowa 80 Group will help restock Churches United’s 26 food pantries and three hot meal sites. Iowa 80 Group operates the Iowa 80 Truckstop in Walcott and other trucking … more
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