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HIDDEN GEM: Davenport Lutheran Home provides Christ-centered care

Nestled amongst residences and directly adjacent to Harrison Elementary School on Davenport’s busy West 53rd Street is one of Scott County’s hidden gems when it comes to nursing care in the Quad Cities. more

Iowa’s jobless rate is 2.9 percent, down from last year

Iowa’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 2.9 percent in January after an upward revision to the December 2017 rate. more

Osbornes’ kennel dream comes true: Groomer creates Dot's Groom and Board after husband's death

One crushed dream helped Jennifer Osborne achieve another. more

'Pay It Ohnward' and 'Grilling for Charity' benefit communities

The "Pay it Ohnward" and "Grilling for Charity" initiatives of Ohnward Bancshares, Inc., were designed to give individuals at First Central State Bank and other Ohnward organizations the opportunity to use their time, talent and influence to generate change. more

Supervisors say ‘no’ to new subdivision roads

Scott County Supervisors’ refusal to accept road maintenance in two new rural county subdivisions will stymie residential development at a time the market is booming, developers for those projects said. more

Eldridge braces for boom

Make room for at least 340 new jobs in Eldridge next year for two firms moving to town, and dozens more from hometown companies with aggressive expansion plans. more

Eldridge to be home of Iowa’s top gun maker; Lewis breaks ground for firm’s move from Illinois to Eldridge

Lewis Machine & Tool Inc. executives expect their new Eldridge plant to increase noise and flash suppressor production, introduce a new signature line of rifles and continue growth of cutting blades and other machined products. more

Rusty Rooster crows in Donahue Saturday

Tammy Burns unveils her collections in Donahue this weekend. more

Riverstone expands New Liberty quarry: Gravel mining to grow an acre or two per year

County zoning officials supported Riverstone Group’s planned expansion of its New Liberty quarry operations that a company executive says will help assure local gravel supplies through this century and into the next. more

Iowa trappers tap global markets

Rick Hemsath stacks pelts on the tailgate of his pickup truck parked behind the Mount Joy BP station on a cold January Saturday afternoon. The buyer for Northeast Iowa Fur Exchange is a 21st century practitioner of the trade that brought French explorers to North America in the 17th century, and English in the 18th century. more

Donahue business to be featured on IPTV

Miss Effie’s in Donahue will be featured on Iowa Public Television’s “Iowa Ingredient” series on Thursday, May 24 at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday, May 26 at 11:30 a.m. This episode features delicious destinations in Iowa. more

Princeton prepares for corporate campus

Princeton council members navigating their way to perhaps the biggest economic development initiative in the Quad-City region’s history were stumped. more
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