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“Ease up on the water,” Princeton firefighter Brad Davies tells rookie Jared Esparza. more
Manpower, financial constraints and equipment needs are all challenges faced by small rural fire departments, and riverboat grants and other funding sources continue to be important tools in insuring the safety of Scott County residents. more
Scott County’s Emergency Communications Center director Denise Pavlik resigned this month, just as the center launches negotiations for a multi-million dollar emergency dispatching system covering Scott and Rock Island County. more
A 10-man team of Davenport, Eldridge and Scott County law enforcers drew guns and used a battering ram to break into an Eldridge home on Tuesday, Nov. 13, then tackled two young men who tried to flee. more
When 78-year-old Gene Moore and 67-year-old Dave Genztler sit down for their respective Thanksgiving dinners, officers with the Eldridge Police Department will top their list of blessings. more
Bring your voice to Dixon’s Hope Church for its community choral performance of Handel’s “Messiah,” 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 25 at the church at 300 Muscatine St., Dixon. more
Five area communities are among 105 recognized by the Iowa Department of Public Health for consistent fluoridation of public water. The health department recognized Eldridge, Tipton, Wilton and Iowa American Water Co. operations in Clinton and Davenport. more
The Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) open enrollment period is now open and ends Dec. 15, for Iowans purchasing or changing their ACA individual health coverage to become effective Jan. 1, 2019. more
The annual North Scott Clergy Group ecumenical Thanksgiving service will be held Sunday, Nov. 18, at 6 p.m. at Cornerstone Baptist Church, with Pastor Courtney Dake of Eldridge United Methodist Church preaching. All community members are invited to attend. more
A new stone marks a memorial to Larry Gronewold, killed in the Vietnam War. more
Look for a new sign soon on First Central State Bank in Eldridge. more
The Iowa and Illinois departments of transportation announce progress updates and upcoming work for the new I-74 Mississippi River Bridge. more
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