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Rita Hart challenged election results Wednesday that left her six votes behind winning Iowa Second Congressional District representative-elect Mariannette Miller-Meeks. Hart said the count should … more
Tasty Café, in Eldridge, made the perfect half-way point for Davenport’s Jeanie Matzen to meet her grandson, Tavian Clausen, of DeWitt, for an early Thanksgiving dinner. The pair, and … more
The Scott County auditor and county supervisors say they will welcome a court-ordered recount that could clear up an absentee ballot discrepancy not addressed in results of the Iowa Second … more
During this fall and early winter, fighting the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for some families. The Walcott Lions Club realizes there is a need, and has set up a food drive to benefit the … more
Monday, Nov. 23 3:53 a.m. – Complaint of a disabled vehicle at South First Street and Slopertown Road. Had help on the way. Handled by officer. 5:56 a.m. – Alarm sounded at 400 … more
Scott County supervisors bought nine new vehicles, including six new sheriff’s department vehicles, bringing the sheriff’s fleet to 36 vehicles, and three spares. Supervisors voted … more
Lost Grove Road, west of Princeton, will be resurfaced next year. Scott County supervisors on Nov. 24 authorized bidding to repave three miles of 257th Street, from 240th Avenue to the Princeton … more
Grainy, black and white photographs and tales of the 1940 National Cornhusking Contest are helping bring forgotten memories back into focus for many Scott County residents. An NSP Country … more
Memories of growing up in rural Scott County in the 1930s and 1940s came pouring out as Dorla Schroder looked back on her nearly nine decades.  The 89-year-old widow, mother and grandmother … more
COVID-19 may wreak havoc with many holiday traditions, but Christmas will still be in the air when North Scott High School students present their annual winter concerts in the upcoming … more
Scott County’s worst pandemic month ends with 5,887 new infections, nearly doubling the positive test totals for the previous eight months of COVID-19 combined. The county began the week … more
Eldridge’s  $15.6 million sewer plant investment handled every flush from the town’s 6,000 residents on this high-use Thanksgiving weekend, and is capable of taking on 3,600 … more
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