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Scott County supervisors on Sept. 15 proclaimed welcoming week in the county, and presented the proclamation to Ann McGlynn. more
RECOGNIZING SEPTEMBER AS LABOR UNION APPRECIATION MONTH more
Park View is exactly where Claudia and Alex want to be. more
The closure of Happy Joe's company-owned store in Eldridge was a step in a bankruptcy reorganization disclosed today by it's Bettendorf-based owner, Dynamic Restaurant Holdings. more
Negotiations are under way to buy access over 91 miles of Iowa farmland — about 30 miles in Scott County — for a carbon pipeline that will remove ethanol production waste, and draw industrial investment to rural areas. more
Happy Joe's closed its Eldridge restaurant Monday due to staffing shortages, company representative Kristel Whitty Ershan said. more
Scott County Board chairman Ken Beck’s threat to object to the Canadian Pacific railroad merger drew a response from the railroad that another supervisor says may be a first step in negotiations for a settlement. more
After a half-century of ownership of North Scott Press, Inc., the Tubbs family of Eldridge has sold three eastern Iowa newspapers to 37-year-old J. Louis "Louie" Mullen of Buffalo, Wyoming. more
The Granary’s new brew, rye saison, went down smooth and fast, as guests clamored to taste the first commercially produced Eldridge brew in ages, if not ever. more
Scott County supervisors next week will consider restrictions that would keep the county off-limits to the wave of utility solar panel farms sprouting up across Iowa. more
Secretary of State Paul Pate announces Iowans registered the highest number of new business entities in state history during the 2022 fiscal year. 33,331 new businesses registered with the Secretary of State’s Office between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022. The mark breaks the previous record of 33,260 set last year. more
Look for a few familiar smiles at Eldridge Tropical Sno. more
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