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The end of a tumultuous year for student aid is coming to a close as deadlines for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA, are set to pass next week. more
A Scott County man is suing his former employer for allegedly firing him after he wore Christian-themed T-shirts to work in response to the company’s endorsement of Pride Month. more
“Shots fired, shots fired,” thundered through all the radios. Students wearing shorts and tee shirts fled North Scott High School. Police clad in bulletproof vests and strapped with magazines of blank ammunition plunged into through entrances to face an unknown scenario. more
When everyone gives, the gifts are overwhelming. more
Inspectors have cited Iowa restaurants and stores for hundreds of food-safety violations in recent weeks, including octopus left to thaw in buckets, mouse droppings, and grimy blenders used to concoct smoothies. more
Former Eldridge utility manager Jacob Rowe took city computers valued at $2,836.62, and accepted $1,028.27 in unauthorized clothing reimbursements, according to criminal charges filed June 28. more
Eldridge council members voted unanimously Monday for a $1.025 million settlement to the family whose teenaged daughter was sexually abused by an on-duty police officer. more
Together with the staff, a group of couples at Grand Haven Retirement Community gathered to celebrate a major milestone last Wednesday: nearly 500 years of marriage. more
Former Eldridge utility manager Jacob Rowe was arrested Friday night by Eldridge Police and faces three felony and two misdemeanor charges. more
Scott County law and Eldridge city code limit personal fireworks to 2-11 p.m., July 3, and 4. more
Scott County supervisors agreed to 2024-2025 insurance coverage totaling $1,119,972 in annual premiums, a 13.2 percent increase from this year. more
Walcott City Council met June 17 to hear residents’ concerns about a proposed Westbrook neighborhood trail, raise utility and garbage pick-up rates, and put a 2017 police Dodge Challenger up for sale. more
Hawkeye athletes devoured chicken and mac and cheese during a fan meet-and-greet at the Iowa 80 kitchen. But some needed help identifying the Iowa desserts. more
The North Scott school board on June 17 accepted the resignations of: more
Park View’s Thursday July 4 celebration kicks off at 5 p.m., by the water tower and culminates with fireworks at dusk. more
Fireworks and laser lights illuminate Davenport Municipal Airport Sunday for an after dark Quad City Air show. more
The skydivers come down at 8 p.m., and the fireworks go up about an hour later at Dixon Memorial Park’s 75th anniversary party, June 29. more
Come join Wapsi River Center staff and learn to become more sustainable by creating your own health and home products made with natural ingredients. more
Scott County Conservation department seeks these seasonal employees: more
Phil Wiese has officially announced his candidacy for Iowa House District 82, which encompasses parts of Scott, Muscatine, and all of Cedar Counties. With a campaign focused on addressing the real … more
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