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Negotiations to build an agriculture center with Eastern Iowa Community College are aiming for a $14 million building with at least $5 million coming from the college district. more
The district ended this school year with 37 more students than enrolled in August, a big jump that Superintendent Joe Stutting said may just be a start. more
Midwest farm experts return to Cinnamon Ridge Dairy Farms June 25 for the fifth annual Expo on the Ridge with 11 a.m. tours, a noon lunch, and a 3 p.m. roundtable discussion on ag issues more
What happens when a big-hearted fourth-grader has too much stuff in her Armstrong Elementary desk? more
For sale: Three battle-tested vehicles that have been mostly sitting idle since their mid-2000s Army service. more
Council members supported interim police chief Joe Sisler’s proposal to forego a planned purchase of one Chevy Tahoe police vehicle budgeted at $44,000, and instead, come up with another $12,197.34 to cover two new Dodge Charger squads. more
Deputy Zach Ahrens and wife, Taylor, and daughter, Emerson, pose with Denali, the sheriff’s department’s newest police dog. more
Virgil Grissom students honored more
Robert Baenziger Jr.’s family is thanking area firefighters for a 22-hour operation to recover his body from a million-gallon manure tank (pictured) used to produce energy on the Sievers Family … more
North Scott Foods is giving everyone a chance beginning June 21 to put their hearts into the fight against women’s heart disease. more
Two graduating seniors celebrated their last recital with Tina’s Dance Studio & Tumbling Center in Eldridge earlier this month.  more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the June 23 NSP! more
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