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Parents, grandparents and other invited guests sat quietly in the Neil Armstrong Elementary gymnasium on Wednesday, Jan. 22, while in front of them more than 50 sixth-grade students were honored for their pledges to resist the temptations of alcohol, drugs and tobacco. more
Joe Zrostlik wasn't sure what he would do with the old Long Grove City Hall building he bought from the city. But he knows he wants it to evoke memories of the city's history. more
Princeton's fire department will hang on to its 35-year-old tanker truck a bit longer. more
Eldridge council members delayed March meetings so they’ll have YMCA referenda results before making next year’s spending decisions. more
Long Grove council members have to decide if stormwater tiling is sufficient to let Dale Grunwald resume selling homes in his Winfield Estates Third Addition. more
Scott County Emergency Communications system upgrade has secured five tower sites and expects to begin building the $300,000 to $400,000 towers on four of them as part of the county’s $12.6 million upgrade. more
Add Donahue to the handful of Iowa communities that decided caucus results with a coin toss. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Feb. 19 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Feb. 19 NSP! more
Early balloting in the YMCA referenda could top 1,600, which already is about as high as the turnout in the last school board election. more
The same inspectors will enforce pretty much the same rules at Del Ray Tanning Salon in Eldridge. But inspections now cost salon owner Kandi Olson twice as much under new county rules she fears will eliminate perhaps a fifth of her clientele. more
The DeWitt Noon Lions Club’s 2020 travelogue series continues Tuesday, Feb. 18, featuring “The Upper Mississippi River on a Commercial Towboat.” more
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