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Long Grove council members shifted reserve funds to begin planning work this year on an estimated $1.65 million water treatment plant that will be financed with a low-interest state loan and future rate increases. more
Rain falls indiscriminately on farm fields, suburban lawns and city streets. Where it goes from there is covered by a labyrinth of state laws, municipal codes, judicial precedent and homeowner covenants decipherable only by engineers and lawyers. more
Scott County Sheriff’s deputies today identified Eldridge teen Jacob Fenn as the young man killed Tuesday in an all-terrain vehicle accident just west of Princeton. more
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Quad Cities (UUCQC) has announced its intention to become the region’s first sanctuary congregation for immigrants fighting deportation. Members of the congregation voted overwhelmingly in support of sanctuary status on Sunday, May 20 at its annual meeting. more
Lancer volleyball players Megan Loussaert and Emma Powell laughed with their teammates as they struggled to spread the sticky peanut butter onto bread for PB&J sandwiches. more
Rotary clubs throughout Iowa sponsored the week-long Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference which was attended by 240 high school students plus student and adult counselors July 15-20 at Grinnell College. more
Long Grove city council’s newest member welcomed his appointment Nov. 13 to help run a town he never expected to move to. more
Firefighters are still struggling to understand how Kelly and Becky Meyer escaped early Sunday from a home leveled by fire and an explosion so intense it blew out windows and doors yards from their Big Rock home. more
The old red dairy barn along St. Ann’s Road in rural Scott County, just east of Highway 61, is on its last leg. more
Zachary Garrard and Brandon Schmeink represented the Donahue American Legion at the Iowa chapter of the American Legions Boys State from June 10-15 at Camp Dodge, Johnston. This participatory program gives young men the opportunity to see up close how the government works at the local, county, and state levels. more
Scott County is finally going to open for vineyard businesses. more
Eldridge council members aren’t quite ready to join their Long Grove, Princeton and Blue Grass neighbors enacting a public parks smoking ban. more
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