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Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate on March 31 announced that his office plans to mail an absentee ballot request form to every active registered voter in the state ahead of the June 2 primary. The forms will be sent in mid-late April and will include prepaid postage for return mailing to county auditors. more
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) as of Monday, April 6, had been notified of 78 additional positive cases of COVID-19 for a total of 946 positive cases. IDPH also reports an additional 680 negative tests, for a total of 10,653 negative tests to date, which includes testing reported by the State Hygienic Lab and other labs. more
Supervisors exempted 1,843 acres from property taxes under Iowa’s Slough Bill law that allows counties to waive tax liability for land maintained as prairie, forest cover or other environmental purposes. more
Snow fence and yellow caution tape went up in Eldridge parks this week as the city implemented a new phase of Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’ virus response. more
At a time when people are being asked to social distance and maybe even self-isolate, an Eldridge company is doing its part to try and keep residents free from germs and other contaminants. more
Maria Dickmann is aiming for a 2022 Scott County Supervisor bid after her attempt to run as a Republican this year fell short. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the April 8 NSP! more
North Scott students will be out of school until at least April 30, and Supt. Joe Stutting said he wouldn’t be shocked if students don't go back to their classrooms this school year. more
For many rural Scott County residents, Sunday will mark the first time in their lives that they won’t celebrate Easter in church. more
Before the coronavirus closed area schools, members of North Scott's girls' wrestling team visited Virgil Grissom Elementary in Princeton and served as guest readers in various classrooms. more
Eldridge resident Katie Hoyt has done a lot for the community through the North Scott Enhancement Project, and when she celebrated her birthday on Thursday, community members wanted to pay her back. more
The Scott County Pork Producers are planning to hold their annual Scott County Pork Queen and Pork Ambassador Contest in April. more
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