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View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the June 19 NSP! more
View the Eldridge police report from the June 19 NSP! more
The North Scott School Board advanced the district’s solar project, accepting a proposal at Monday’s meeting from ACME Electric Company of Cedar Rapids not to exceed $5.2 million. more
Scott County’s share of a nationwide opioid settlement will put $6.9 million to work over the next decade funding recovery for addicts, and coaching students how to save others, and avoid addiction. more
Maysville throws its annual block party Saturday. Look for Mayor Rod Ferris behind the bar. more
Prepare to slow down to 25 mph on Eldridge’s Lincoln Road, the first step in resolving homeowners’ safety concerns in the city’s fastest growing areas. more
The Scott County library bookmobile served snow cones to children as a bubble machine blew into the wind. more
The Scott County Auditor provided these results from the June 4 primary election. more
Rep. Mariannette Miller Meeks defeated David Pautsch to win the GOP nomination for Iowa's First District congressional seat. more
Pickleball courts in Walcott. Fire helmets for Dixon. Radios for LeClaire. And $100,000 for North Scott school’s Regional Innovation Center. more
Traffic signs for Blue Grass. Turnout gear for LeClaire and Donahue firefighters. A park pavilion in Donahue. Easier access to the Long Grove Community Center. more
CRAWFORDSVILLE, Iowa – Iowa State University Extension and Outreach and the ISU Digital Ag Innovation Lab are partnering to offer a new workshop as part of their "Research to Rows" series focusing on Drone (UAV) Technology on July 30 at the Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm near Crawfordsville. more
Eldridge Lions present an $800 check to the North Scott Community Enhancement group to redevelop the dog park in Eldridge. more
The $1.5 trillion farm bill is unlikely to advance this year as debates over SNAP benefits stall efforts to pass the bill for the second year in a row. more
A federal district court judge said Monday he will “do his best” to rule on a new Iowa immigration law before it is set to go into effect July 1. more
Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks faces a rematch with Democratic challenger Christina Bohannan to represent Iowa’s 1st Congressional District. more
State agriculture officials will test dairy farms for bird flu if they are near a poultry flock that is infected by the disease, the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship announced Friday. more
None of the state’s more than 40 monitored beaches has a warning against swimming because of unsafe bacteria or toxins this week, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. more
Ken Thomsen has been growing strawberries since 1981, and he was back at it with a crew picking bucketfuls at his Pride of the Wapsi farm for the Long Grove strawberry festival. more
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