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North Scott sociology students hugged and hoisted 40-pound jugs of water around The Pit Friday, taking periodic breaks on their water walk.  more
North Scott’s Lancer Productions will participate in the 2019 Iowa High School Musical Theater Awards Showcase, presented by EMC Insurance Companies, in honor of the school's achievements for its April production of "Seussical." more
A roll of remembrance honoring Scott County residents in every war will be read for the 100th time Monday at Scott County Historical Society’s centennial anniversary of the Historic Summit Church Memorial Day service. more
Farmers and farm businesses in southeastern Iowa can learn about the latest crop production research and trends during the Iowa State University Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm spring field day June 20 at the farm located at 3115 Louisa-Washington Road, Crawfordsville. more
A field day for farmers, landowners, and the general public interested in conservation practices and water quality has been scheduled June 5 at Fawcett Farms Cold Spring Pond, 459 290th St., West Branch. The event will start at 4:00 p.m. and will end with a complimentary meal and discussion at 6:30. more
The federal disaster declaration for Scott County’s May flooding also extends the time for protesting property value assessments. more
The Long Grove facility of First Central State Bank will conduct its last day of business this month. more
Some Scott County volunteer firefighters say they welcome the advantages of new radios, but have no way to pay for them. more
Scott County Supervisors appear ready to have countywide taxpayers pick up the entire bill for all radios that local first responders will need to use the Quad-Cities’ first bi-state, coordinated emergency dispatching system. more
Forty-nine traffic tickets in the past week sent a strong message to Pinehurst Drive speeders, but thrilled a group of homeowners who returned to Eldridge city hall Monday to thank the council for quick action. more
Scott County farmers are doing more waiting than field work during the slowest corn planting season in 24 years. more
Park View’s plan for a sewer treatment upgrade presents an opportunity for up to $500,000 in Iowa water quality money for storm water projects like buffer strips and detention ponds in and around the subdivision. more
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