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Scott County Supervisor candidates joined more than 50 voters for a Sept. 20  NSP forum. NSP Assistant Editor Mark Ridolfi moderated the forum and presented  questions from readers and North Scott High School FFA students. more
One in four emergency medical and fire calls in the county this year proceeded without lights and sirens, an indication the Scott Emergency Communication Center priority dispatching is working, SECC Executive Director Denise Pavlik said. more
North Scott school board members appreciated their warm welcome at Princeton City Hall Oct. 11 for a listening session in a community that once feared the loss of their elementary school. more
Warmer forecasts leave Eldridge leaders heartened that decorative red concrete can be completed and lights erected on Second Street so downtown will be open Dec. 1 for the Hometown Holiday celebration. more
Hallie Eller will get the 5-foot swath of North Scott school district property she needs to build an addition on her home next to the high school practice fields. more
Competitive bidding and some belt-tightening contract revisions brought the price of Eldridge’s new sewer plant down 5 percent below an estimated $8.5 million. more
Long Grove council members support a regional storm water detention plan for developer Dale Grunwald’s existing Winfield Estate subdivision and the next two additions. more
Eric Gruenhagen remains ready to start work on his home addition the instant Eldridge council members provide a formal exception to the city’s hard and fast 30-foot setback rule. more
Last year, Valerie Van Ee and Julia Guy joined more than 50 Park View residents crowded into water and sanitary district board meetings with concerns about persistently brown water. more
The City of Eldridge has a building inspector  for the long haul, or at least as long as they’ll have him. more
Five times in the past five years, Eldridge residents have asked their city to ignore a 30-foot setback rule to allow a home addition. Three times, the city’s Board of Adjustment said yes. Twice this year, the same board said no. more
Libertarian candidates for Iowa governor – Marco Battaglia and Mike Porter more
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