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North Scott Rotarians heard firsthand from recipients how thousands of dollars in Community Grants will impact their organizations. more
Video cameras are detecting traffic at the U.S. 61 ramp on to LeClaire Road. more
Basements are now an option in Eldridge’s new Ivy Acres subdivision after some stormwater management work dropped the water table, developer Ryan Windmiller said. more
Valley Construction will patch portions of five county roads this spring under a $103,413.50 contract awarded by supervisors. more
Some farmers who rely on satellite data to plant their fields were delayed in recent days by a geomagnetic storm, according to field agronomists who have been monitoring corn and soybean planting. more
Artwork from Iowa students is being sought for the 2024 Choose Iowa Calendar Contest hosted by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship. more
Monica Hursey holds the big scissors to snip a ribbon on her new State Farm’ Insurance office, 208 N. Second St., Eldridge.  more
For the first time in nearly two years, no part of Iowa has extreme drought — the second-worst dryness classification of the U.S. Drought Monitor. more
A state grant will help bring an “I Spy” exhibit based on author Walter Wick’s seek-and-find books, to the Figge Art Museum in Davenport. more
Enjoy kayaking, or try it for the first time, for free, June 12 at Scott County Park and June 26 at West Lake Park. more
Nitrate contamination of Iowa’s rivers has surged in recent weeks amid heavy, widespread rainfall, according to data collected by the Iowa Water Quality Information System. more
Follow a new and improved path to Crow Creek lake. more
Registration is now open for the Explore the River Series, part of River Action’s Summer Education Program. Participants get to learn first-hand from experts about the wildlife, history, culture, and geography along the Mississippi River through a series of Channel Cat Talks and Riverine Walks. more
The Iowa Board of Regents raised dorm and board rates and heard proposals for tuition and fee increases at its May 10 meeting. more
Beginning July 1, add strollers, skaters, powered bikes and skateboards to the list of Iowans protected in cross walks. more
WASHINGTON — The commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said at a congressional hearing Wednesday the agency is preparing for the possibility the strain of avian influenza affecting dairy cattle could jump to humans, though he cautioned the probability is low. more
Walcott Elementary School has a new furry friend. more
In celebration of National Therapy Dog Appreciation Day, the Eldridge Library buzzed with attendees during the Read to Dogs Celebration on April 11. Volunteers from the Quad City Canine Assistance Network brought specially trained reading assistance dogs, creating a welcoming environment for children to enhance reading skills. more
The American Legion Auxiliary sends girls that have completed their junior year in high school to Girls State every year.  Girls State is an inspirational, educational, fun, and life-changing experience for young women.  The program’s objective is to develop leadership skills, confidence, and action-based understanding of the governmental process.  The American Legion Auxiliary believes that educating youth about the basic ideals and principles of government will help ensure our democracy’s survival.  This year, the Walcott American Legion Auxiliary is proud to be sending three very strong young women. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the May 15 NSP! more
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