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Churches United names Dr. Melvin Grimes as executive director

Rev. Dr. Melvin Grimes has been appointed executive director for Churches  United of the Quad City Area. more

Tina's seniors bid farewell

Six North Scott seniors performed their senior recital with Tina’s Dance Studio & Tumbling Center earlier this month at Davenport North High School Performing Arts Center.  more

Virgil Grissom Elementary Year-End Awards

Virgil Grissom Elementary School in Princeton handed out several awards to students at the end of the school year.  more

Sprucing up Walcott

Volunteers recently gathered to do landscaping around the new Walcott signs at Historic Highway 6 and North Main Street. Taking part were Josie Dietz, John Kostichek, Scott Bengfort, Mickey Burt, Austin Burt, Verlyn Dietz, Brent Puck, Mike Avise, Jason Holdorf and Larry Koberg. more

Clinton to host holistic expo 

The Body · Mind · Spirit Expo is adding excitement to the holistic movement in eastern Iowa and western Illinois, with a first-of-its-kind event in this area. more

Do you want to be Queen of the Fair?

Applications remain available for the 2018 Mississippi Valley Fair Queen Contest. They can be found online at mvfair.com or may be picked up at the fair office, 2815 W. Locust St., Davenport. more

BioBlitz this week at Nahant Marsh

The Guardians of the Prairie and Forest, in partnership with the Nahant Marsh Education Center and the Friends of Nahant Marsh, invite the public to the 5th annual BioBlitz, held at Nahant Marsh from 2 p.m. on June 22 to 2 p.m. on June 23. more

Stutting warns that vouchers will doom public schools

Saving the 1-cent sales tax to repair school buildings, killing the proposed voucher program, and pressing for an increase in supplemental state aid school funding are the North Scott School District’s top priorities for the 2019 legislative session. more

NS schools pitch in $12K for new Princeton sign

Princeton will own, operate and maintain a new, $24,000 LED sign to be purchased by the city with funds from the North Scott School District and a casino grant. more

Jersey Ridge bridge over I-80 closed through summer

The Jersey Ridge Road bridge over Interstate 80 in Davenport will remain closed through the summer as Iowa Department of Transportation crews proceed with emergency repairs. more

Eldridge seeks funding for rec trail extension

Eldridge is moving ahead on funding for east-to-west recreation trails on the north and south sides of town through an Iowa Department of Transportation grant program. more

View the Eldridge Police report from the June 20 NSP!

View the Eldridge Police report from the June 20 NSP! more
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