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Long Grove Public Works assistant Tyler Loussaert takes a test run on the new, accessible playground equipment officially dedicated Nov. 4. more
Firefighters often need spotlights to illuminate faded addresses barely visible beneath eaves on front porches. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff in at the Scott County Library in Eldridge on Tuesday, Nov. 26 from 2-3 p.m. more
Over the past 10 years St. Ann’s Knights of Columbus have made life a better place for residents of the North Scott community, and 2019 was another banner year when it comes to their generosity. more
The Iowa Beef Industry Council has teamed up with a certified sports dietitian to produce eight sports nutrition videos to provide athletes and others with credible information from an expert in the field of sports nutrition. more
The Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation is purchasing Clover Woods Camp and Retreat Center near Madrid, Iowa, from the Iowa 4-H Foundation. more
Associate high school principal Frank Wood will retire at the end of this school year. Wood was hired as a physical education teacher in 1973. more
It’ll be a swashbuckling good time as Lancer Productions opens its season with the Children’s Theatre show, “Peter and the Starcatcher.” more
Scott County’s youngest Legion members are finding friendship and more at the Dixon American Legion. more
Rural Scott County families in need of assistance will benefit from a Mobile Food Pantry as River Bend Foodbank and the North Scott School District once again join forces to bring free food to the community. more
A new federal grant brings $812,000 to upgrade four structurally deficient bridges in rural Scott County that are at least a half-century old. more
Results from the Tuesday, Nov. 6 school board and municipal general elections. more
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