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First Central State Bank is adding a team member with more than a decade of banking experience. The eastern Iowa community bank recently announced the addition of Brandon Meyer to its team. Meyer, an AVP and commercial and ag lender, is located in First Central State Bank’s Eldridge location. more
It’s a junior high basketball season Ralph Bluedorn never forgot. Now he hopes Walcott’s next generation might be inspired by the farmers who took on the city kids. more
Four familiar faces will campaign for two Scott County board seats. more
Ross Paustian stepped off the 2022 state legislative ballot, ending a decade of elected service, and Scott County supervisor Ken Croken announced his bid for the legislature. more
Edie Copley remembers her first All-State music experience as if it were yesterday. It was 1967, and she was a North Scott sophomore. more
After months of early-morning and after-school rehearsals, a pre-audition concert and then finally the much-anticipated Audition Day, 21 North Scott students are set for the encore of a lifetime when they head to Ames this weekend for the Iowa All-State Music Festival. more
Thanks to the support and donations from a generous community, Calvary United Methodist was able to raise $1,300 through its annual Bags Tournament, and the proceeds were presented to the Walcott Hearts and Hands committee last month. more
Eldridge United Methodist Church will honor veterans, 6 p.m., Nov. 10, with a special thank-you from Rev. Jae Hee Lee for U.S. liberation of South Korea. more
A popular program that began in 2004 will continue for the 18th year on Thursday when members of the Rotary Club of North Scott will give Student Dictionaries to 240 fourth-grade students in the five elementary schools in the North Scott district. more
Farmers in the United States are likely to plant less corn and use less nitrogen fertilizer on their fields for next year’s growing season due to sky-high fertilizer prices and short supplies. That trend will be less pronounced in Iowa, where fertile soils make the extra costs worthwhile. more
Work lights Sunday evening illuminate the Amazon plant under construction around the clock on Division Street, just south of Eldridge.  more
The familiar face of James Belk, 89, of Eldridge, a Korean War-era veteran, was among the 150-plus veterans welcomed home at the Quad City International Airport Thursday night, Nov. 4, from the first Quad-Cities Honor Flight in two years, thanks to the pandemic. Jim is surrounded by three of his sons (l-r): Fred, of Donahue; Dan, of Eldridge; and Jim, of Eldridge. more
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