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In three short years, the Farm to Table event at John Maxwell's Cinnamon Ridge Farm has become a "must" on Gov. Kim Reynolds' busy itinerary. She, and other state and county leaders were among 300 who spent an evening at the Donahue farm last Wednesday, Aug. 21. more
Business owners seek government help all the time. more
Did you celebrate National Vinyl Record Day? Or did you miss it like I did? more
Aug. 25, 2004: DuTrac Credit Union cut the ribbon on their new office in Eldridge. The building, located at 200 N. Fourth Ave., Eldridge, featured 3,000 square feet of space and the convenience of a drive-up ATM. Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce president Brenda Drummond, along with Eldridge mayor Frank Wood and bank branch manager Matt Briehl, participated in the ribbon-cutting celebration. more
Manufacturing is critical to our national and state economies. We rightfully take pride in seeing a “Made in America” label because it represents not only a high-quality product, but the prowess of our workers and the economic success and prosperity they bring to our country. From farm and construction equipment to medical devices and wind turbines, Iowans have brought innovation and ingenuity to America’s manufacturing industry. more
"This year the Polar Plunge is at Buffalo Shores (just south of Davenport) in the Mississippi River on Oct. 26 ..." more
With summer winding down and kids returning to school, this seems like a good time to catch up on odds and ends: more
Aug. 20, 2014: North Scott High School football coach Kevin Tippet accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The North Scott event was organized by Steph Sacia, and more than 50 people were on hand at Lancer Stadium to either dump water or witness the event, which was part of a nationwide campaign to raise $15 million for research for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). more
Last month the state of Iowa issued yet another extension to Strategic Behavioral Health for its proposed 72-bed psychiatric hospital in Bettendorf. Readers may remember that SBH is a for-profit company based in Memphis.  Founded in 2006, the company operates 10 psychiatric hospitals in six states with plans to open facilities in Bettendorf and Middleton, Wis., an affluent community northwest of Madison. Despite delays and the 20 percent projected cost overrun of the Bettendorf project, the vote by the Iowa State Health Facilities Council was unanimous and without question or comment. more
With the recently announced two-year federal Budget Deal, discretionary spending will increase $2.7 trillion over the next two years. Knowing Iowa Republican Senators Joni Ernst and Charles Grassley along with Iowa Democrat House of Representatives Cindy Axne, Abby Finkenauer and David Loebsack voted yea, they have proven they no longer care about a balanced budget or deficits. Only Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) opposed the legislation. more
I am so excited about the upcoming school year and looking forward to seeing all of our staff and students. I am sure we are in for a great year. The buildings are in great shape, and our teachers have been working all summer on updating their curriculum. As always, it is a privilege to serve the North Scott Community School District. more
"Kadyn’s law increased the criminal penalties and license sanctions for passing a stopped school bus, including fines, imprisonment, and driver’s license suspension ..." more
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