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View the Eldridge Police report from the July 5 NSP! more
After road work lasting over a year, the intersection at First Street and LeClaire Road in Eldridge has reopened to traffic. more
Homes along North 5th and North 6th streets from Donahue to Davenport streets in Eldridge were evacuated after an employee at the City of Eldridge Water Plant detected a chlorine leak during routine morning operations. more
A quilt show returns to Cedar Rapids after having to take a hiatus during the pandemic next month. more
Count down to county fairs more
Eldridge police hosted a June 21 meeting at the city community center with law enforcement throughout southeastern Iowa along with Iowa Republican state legislators, and U.S. congressional staff members to discuss staffing levels, recruitment, funding for training, and the need for a law enforcement training facility in southeastern Iowa.   more
The Rotary Club of North Scott celebrated youth and presented scholarships of $19,000 at the annual Youth Day, Friday, May 19, at the Steeplegate Inn. more
North Scott school board members on June 19 made the following staff changes. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the June 28 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the June 28 NSP! more
Sunrise at Lost Grove Lake brings red winged blackbirds furious at the morning anglers. more
Eldridge residents planning on setting off fireworks over the July 4 holiday should exercise extreme  caution due to the drought conditions in Scott County. more
Countryside Community Theatre may be turning 40 this year, but don’t expect the group to start acting its age as it serves up the youthful “Footloose” the next two weekends in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. more
Almost everyone loves the idea of sidewalks in their town. Things get tougher when council members have to force property owners to comply with city code. more
Scott Wiebel barely saw the deer. more
The Maddie Russo investigation is finished following her guilty plea June 16 to an open deal on a Class C felony that could bring up to 10 years in prison for faking cancer to solicit donations. more
Eldridge council members hired Martha Nieto as city clerk for $71,585 a year, subject to her passing drug and alcohol screenings. She is scheduled to start work July 10. more
Denise Benson stole $76,717.90 through city of Eldridge checking and credit card accounts, including payments to her own credit card, and her personal tax filing fees, according to felony charges filed June 15 in Iowa District Court. more
Eldridge will use federal pandemic aid to cover a $162,231.30, five-year contract chief Joe Sisler said is necessary to keep collecting and using police body and squad-car camera evidence. more
A 200,000-gallon water tank rising over Blue Grass will replace two aging tanks, and increase pressure throughout town. more
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