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After more than 30 years of service to Special Olympics, Long Grove resident Kathy Henningsen finally got her just reward on Monday, Dec. 2, when she was inducted into the Special Olympics Iowa Hall of Fame. more
Scott County Supervisor Ken Beck will seek a second term. more
Thanks to MidAmerican Energy, the Long Grove Civic League building will soon be getting a new look, at least on the inside. more
New Park View landlords pledged cooperation with neighbors and county officials who want city-like rental property inspection and law enforcement for Iowa’s largest community without a city government. more
The Alzheimer’s Association is offering free community education in Bettendorf. more
North Scott’s baseball team will host its 10th annual Wiffle Ball Tournament at the end of December. more
New Liberty welcomes residents into a new city hall created in the city garage for an open house 6-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 11. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds on Monday  announced her appointment of Jeffrey Bert as a district court judge in the Seventh Judicial District. Bert, of Bettendorf, currently practices law with the Brooks Law Firm, P.C., in Davenport and Rock Island. He received his undergraduate degree from Iowa State University and his law degree from the University of Iowa College of Law. more
Supervisors honored Genesis Health Systems with a resolution commemorating its 150th birthday Dec. 7. more
Framing is up on North Scott schools' new indoor practice building that’s on track for completion by spring. more
Hometown Holiday returns to downtown Eldridge with a special mission to fill Santa’s sleigh with food contributions. more
Scott County welcomed two deputies, including an Army National Guard veteran new to the county and a LeClaire native thrilled to return after four years as a Burlington police officer. more
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