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North Scott High School will cease in-school classes at least through Oct. 5 following a spike of infections that led to quarantining of more than 200 high school students. more
Eldridge will hire a grinder to dismantle the storm debris mountain piling up near Eldridge’s Buttermilk Road soccer fields. more
Eldridge council members will consider reducing speed limits on Buttermilk Road after an appeal from resident Doug Lake, who said he’s seen too many accidents, including a fatality in his front yard. more
Look for all but one Eldridge council member to be promoting census participation by bringing information door hangers to most homes. more
Council members approved $4,457.60 in tile work needed to dry out city property north of Black Hawk Trail, between the new trail and east to South Ninth Avenue. more
Council members adjusted parks management salaries to reflect a recent change in job descriptions. more
Pizza Hut’s largest franchisee, NPC International, with 100 stores in Iowa, announced last week that 15 stores would close permanently, including eastern Iowa locations in Eldridge, LeClaire, Maquoketa, Tipton, Dyersville, Manchester, Independence, Oelwein and two in Dubuque. more
The SCC Foundation moved its annual fundraising dinner, SCC BASH, that they have hosted for over 10 years, that always features a delicious one-of-a-kind culinary meal prepared by the college’s culinary arts students, and they put it in a box. more
After recovering from Iowa’s derecho, what better time to wander around the historic countryside and appreciate and value Iowa’s remaining rural buildings? more
World War II was a global conflict that forever altered society and touched the lives of people around the world, including in Iowa. The year 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the war. more
One hundred thirty upgraded Iowa sewer plants now give the Department of Natural Resources live time data for those waging Iowa’s fight against nitrogen and phosphorus pollution. more
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship manages Iowa’s nutrient reduction strategy to change thoughts and actions, as well as reduce fertilizer run off. more
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