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Mona Martin of Davenport, who represented rural Scott County in the Iowa House of Representatives from 1992-2001, is one of four who have been chosen by the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women for induction to the Iowa Women’s Hall of Fame. more
Dalton "John" Hanenburg, a 2019 graduate of North Scott High School, has been awarded the F. William Beckwith Scholarship through the Iowa Grocers Education Foundation for the 2019-2020 academic year. Hanenburg was chosen for the $2,000 scholarship from an applicant pool of more than 400 students. There were 89 recipients who received scholarships totaling $160,600 this year. more
Mollie Hill, Grace Gephart, and Matea Kitchen are seventh-graders in North Scott Junior High. Their strong aptitude in math and science led teacher Erin Jenkins to recommend them to Tech Trek, an engaging camp for girls interested in hands-on science and technology. more
A group of Pineo Grove homeowners urged Princeton Council member Thursday to help resurface crumbling roads they say are a threat to safety, and property values. more
Most city purchases of $5,000 or more must be competitively bid under a policy unanimously adopted June 11 by Long Grove council members. more
Now that the North Scott School District has earmarked $7 million toward the construction of a new Eldridge-North Scott YMCA, city officials said it’s time for them to make some decisions. more
Dan Hennings, on behalf of the Eldridge American Legion, recently presented a donation to Kathy Boffeli of North Scott's Post Prom committee. more
"North of 40" will provide the music for the first free Summer Concert sponsored by the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, June 19  on Second Street between Franklin and Davenport streets in downtown Eldridge. more
Scott County crews will begin collecting flood debris Tuesday, June 25. more
A rash of accidents and a new Kwik Star coming in 2020 on U.S. 61 just west of the Interstate 280 interchange are prompting Scott County supervisors to look at signage and road improvements. more
North Scott High School's North Scott Singers performed at the American Rosie the Riveter convention in Bettendorf June 8. The convention honors the history of working women during World War II. more
John Maxwell has opened the doors to his Cinnamon Ridge Dairy countless times over the years for visitors from foreign countries and across the United States. more
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