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By Tim Evans Index Reporter Just 10 years ago, Alfredo Prata put together a small fireworks show for his family and friends in Atalissa. Next Saturday night, June 22, at dusk, he may be … more
By Tim Evans Index Reporter Summer celebrations continue in the area with Atalissa Days next on the slate Friday and Saturday, June 21-22, hosted by the volunteers of the Atalissa Fire … more
Caden Youngquist had his sights set on the world of business since his early years at North Scott High School in Eldridge, Iowa. more
Sirens of the Scott County Sheriff, Clinton County Sheriff, and Eldridge Police composed a mobile requiem honoring the service of Spike. more
All Walcott residents will get a chance to weigh in on a proposed trail. more
Christie Liske, who worked as a reading aide at John Glenn for 21 years until her retirement in the winter, and Jodie Brotherton, a special education teacher at the junior high for 29 years, who will retire at the end of the school year, both attended the May 28 school board meeting and received certificates from superintendent Joe Stutting. more
Eldridge city officials are pursuing criminal charges based on findings of an internal investigation into city utility employees. more
Long Grove’s longest residents will lead the parade over the town’s newest streets Sunday for a Strawberry Festival unlike any other. more
Eldridge council members are eager to drop the Lincoln Road speed limit to 25 mph through much of town, then fast-track a proposed trail in response to safety complaints from residents at meetings earlier this year. more
Blue Grass Homecoming Days 2024 launches Friday with an evening run, then live music, family games and activities straight through Saturday fireworks. more
Applications are now available for the 2024 Mississippi Valley Fair Queen Scholarship Contest. more
Iowa residents can try fishing without buying a license on June 7, 8 and 9 as part of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ free fishing weekend. All other regulations remain in place. more
Michelle Crawford, of Eldridge, and Scott County Republican Party chairwoman Jeanita McNulty are among 15 Iowa Federation of Republican Women members serving as Iowa delegates and alternate delegates to the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee July 15-18. more
Enjoy kayaking on Scott County Park’s Pride Lake, or try it for the first time, June 12. more
After a few years off, North Scott’s Special Runners for Special People program returned on Wednesday, May 22, with seven students raising money for Special Olympics. more
A platoon of former Hawkeye football players, and the nation’s No. 1 college cheer squad hit the St. Ambrose University turf June 21 to lead youth football and spirit camps powered by love through the Rally for Reid Foundation. more
Hot lunch was a hot topic at the May 28 North Scott School Board meeting. more
Eldridge council members voted to back an apartment developer’s request for state tax credits, but stopped short of actually providing the city’s financial share required to get those credits. more
Scott County supervisors will consider new policies, and possibly fees for MEDIC ambulances committed to community events. more
Alan Shepard Elementary School titled this year’s yearbook “Constructing Our Future,” and the North Scott School District took two huge steps into the future last week. Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at Shepard on Wednesday, and the softball complex on Thursday. more
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