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A proposed Facebook data center on the west side of the North Scott school district won state and local incentives to build an $800 million facility bigger than Amazon. more
Monica Hursey holds the big scissors to snip a ribbon on her new State Farm’ Insurance office, 208 N. Second St., Eldridge.  more
As Stephanie Peterson of Calamus-Wheatland and Colin Telsrow of Durant were looking for a place to host their reception for their wedding in October 2019, there “weren’t a lot of good options.” Even venue staples like tables and chairs were hard to find. more
North Scott High School is among 21 school districts across the state receiving the Stem Best Program Award from the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council. more
Iowa-American Water has proposed a water rate increase that would raise bills for customers in Donahue, Dixon, Blue Grass, LeClaire, Riverdale, Bettendorf, Clinton and Davenport. more
Imagine transforming your outdoors into living space. more
Supervisors of Dickinson County voted unanimously April 16 to implement new restrictions on the placement of carbon dioxide pipelines to create larger buffers between them and people and animals. more
Mindful of the past, Central Scott Telephone and CS Technologies took a step into the future this week, rebranding as Central Broadband as of April 22. more
Members of the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce, friends and family gathered to help Jess White (center, in denim) cut a ribbon for her newly opened business, Linen and Light, located at 200 East LeClaire Road in Eldridge. more
Estonian defense minister Hanno Pevkur visited the Eldridge LMT Defense plant that manufactured 16,000 rifles he said are essential security for the nation on NATO’s front line. more
Olathea Creek Winery in LeClaire is among 26 Iowa organizations awarded Choose Iowa grants to expand business and services. more
About 10 employees of a Keokuk company might have been exposed to airborne asbestos when they demolished several buildings northwest of that town last year, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. more
When six-year-old Finley Durant witnessed an act of kindness at a local grocery store, an idea popped into her young head. more
Eldridge/North Scott Chamber members celebrated remodeling at Park View Cafe, 10 Lincoln Ave., Park View, March 19. The cafe opened last year and owners Claudia O’Connor and Alejandro Perez updated the inside and brought in new furniture. more
Sales and service of Deere’s biggest products return to Scott County with P&K Midwest’s acquisition of River Valley Turf. more
DuTrac Community Credit Union is debuting its newest branch office – the DuTrac Mobile Branch. more
North Scott residents have the chance to have fun and win prizes by visiting some of their favorite local businesses. more
The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce announces “North Scott Local Business Week” to take place February 28-March 7. more
Eldridge/North Scott Chamber of Commerce members and fans filled the Community Center Feb. 1 to celebrate growth in the community, growth of the chamber, and the members who are making it happen. more
Scott County supervisors shut down Riverstone Group’s plan for a concrete and asphalt recycling plant in Mount Joy, saying it is a poor fit for the growing business and residential area between Davenport and Eldridge. more
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