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The National Weather Service  intends to drop the "advisory" and "watch" hazard alerts and replace them with clearer terms. The changes set for 2024 follows "extensive social science … more
Join North Scott’s award winning choral groups for a limited-attendance live concert and open-to-all live stream, beginning 6 p.m., Monday, March 8. 6 p.m. Treble Clef Chorus/Bass Clef … more
The National Weather Service's Davenport radar will shut down March 11 about a week  to replace the generator that keeps it running during power outages. NWS meteorologist Rich Kinney said … more
Council members raised the price of yard waste stickers to five for $7.50, and cut two weeks off free spring curbside pickup. more
Eldridge council members on Monday reached a price for the portion of a city-owned YMCA site to be sold to the North Scott school district. more
Council members at Monday's meeting gave rave reviews to Eldridge snow crews, even as public works director Wessel asked for another 200 tons of salt in case winter isn’t quite over. more
Scott County ended February with 734 new monthly COVID-19 cases, the lowest since August, and less than half of January's total. more
The Eldridge council will proceed with restricting industrial development options, even as the city is out of the running for a proposed meat processing plant. more
Ten North Scott FFA members attended a legislative symposium and met with eight legislators from Scott County: Reps. Monica Kurth, Gary Mohr, Norlin Mommsen, Ross Paustian, and Cindy Winckler and Sens. Chris Cournoyer, Mark Lofgren, and Roby Smith. more
The Diva Dance Co. and Dream Dance Co., as well as the DynamiX Dance Team, Trouble Makerz Hip Hop Crew & Baby Divas, from Tina’s Dance Studio in Eldridge, recently attended the Showbiz National Talent Competition held at the Adler Theater in Davenport. more
Princeton firefighters recently celebrated with retired chief Roger Woomert and named him honorary chief of the rural Scott County community. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the March 3 NSP! more
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