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The North Scott School Board election is still more than four months away, and candidates can’t even officially throw their hats into the ring until Aug. 26. more
City Administrator John Dowd officially alerted council members to his planned April 1 retirement after 30 years serving the city. more
Scott County Supervisors on June 27 approved Sheriff Tim Lane’s request for three 2019 Ford Explorer Police Interceptors at the same unit price as eight others bought by supervisors in May. more
Scott County’s gravel roads are firming up beneath a record amount of new gravel and some timely downpours that actually helped, according to Scott County Engineer Jon Burgstrum. more
New recommendations for expanding Scott County’s jail and building a new juvenile detention center will face tough, long scrutiny by county supervisors. more
Lewis Machine and Tool’s $25 million contract with Estonia brings Iowa-made firepower on NATO’s front lines against “Russia and other aggressors,” Sen. Joni Ernst said Monday in Eldridge. more
Park View Water and Sanitary District trustees awarded more contracts as part of nearly $7 million of water and sewer treatment improvements planned over the next tow years. more
Former Illinois congressman Bobby Schilling is among three Republicans considering bids for Iowa’s Second Congressional District against Democrat Rita Hart, who has seen all but one potential Democrat challenger disappear. more
All five Eldridge city council members are behind a North Scott fitness center and agreed voters should have a say in financing. more
Eldridge council members tonight offer residents their most comprehensive look yet at a $10.4 million fitness center that would finally bring a competition pool to Eldridge. more
A group of Pineo Grove homeowners urged Princeton Council member Thursday to help resurface crumbling roads they say are a threat to safety, and property values. more
Most city purchases of $5,000 or more must be competitively bid under a policy unanimously adopted June 11 by Long Grove council members. more
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