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The next Music at Butterworth concert is scheduled for 7 p.m. March 20, at Butterworth Center, Moline, with a performance by the internationally known trio Grosse Isle, comprised of Irish uilleann piper Fiachra O’Regan, Quebec fiddler/singer Sophie Lavoie, and guitarist Andre Marchand. Refusing to let an ocean divide their passion for music, these talented artists blend traditional with original compositions from haunting to playful, lively to reflective, leading audiences on an unforgettable journey in song. more
The Iowa80.com Distribution Center celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday, Feb. 27. This $20 million capital investment includes a state-of-the-art warehouse equipped with advanced technology and an additional 132,921 square feet of available space for lease. more
Scott County library hosts adult crafts, 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday March 16, at the Eldridge branch. more
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is announcing up to $5 million to fund agreements that address Iowa-specific conservation issues. more
On Feb. 29, North Scott elementary students joined hundreds of other fourth- and fifth-graders from around the Quad Cities at the Quad City Symphony’s annual Symphony Day at the Adler Theatre in Davenport. more
Join eastern Iowa families once again for the traditional Easter egg hunt in DeWitt. more
The City of Davenport is taking the state auditor to court over an investigation into $1.9 million in settlements paid out to former city employees. more
A fire in rural Massillon Feb. 27 took the life of a 77-year-old Wheatland woman. more
A rural Wheatland boy died of injuries received in a UTV accident, 6:03 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 2375 210th St., northeast of Bennett in Cedar County. more
All hay producers in the region are invited to attend the annual Eastern Iowa Hay Producers Association Annual Meeting and Conference on March 14 at Buzzy’s Bar and Grill, 414 Main St., Welton. more
February temperatures in Iowa averaged more than 12 degrees above normal this year, which makes it one of the warmest on record, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. more
A bill that would expand the time period in which deer can be killed to prevent damage to crops and trees did not get support from an Iowa Senate subcommittee on Monday. more
The Dixon Cemetery will hold its annual meeting at 6 p.m. March 26 at the Dixon Fire Station. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the March 13 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the March 13 NSP! more
Anticipation buzzed through the Scott County Library as the steady sound of pencils scraping paper reverberated through the room. Fifteen students murmured in concentration as teams clustered, ready to tackle question after question. more
Eldridge city council and staff filed Freedom of Information Act requests to compel the city utility board to divulge text, emails, bylaws, and meeting recordings. more
Sales and service of Deere’s biggest products return to Scott County with P&K Midwest’s acquisition of River Valley Turf. more
Mashed potatoes and pizza are popular foods on their own. But a group of students in Jan Garland’s fourth-grade class at Walcott Elementary School took a chance and combined the two, winning a statewide agriculture contest in the process. more
Eighty-thousand Scott County property taxpayers will be mailed official tax hearing notices this month that local elected officials say will be impossible to understand. more
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