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The Long Grove Civic League can resume displaying its digital sign, but with new limits authorized by the Long Grove Planning and Zoning Commission. more
A 2016 North Scott High School graduate is serving at Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC) Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Kalahan Baker, a personnel specialist, is responsible for maintaining and entering data into enlisted service records, providing enlisted with information and counseling about Navy occupations, provide pay and entitlement information to individual members, and more. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Feb. 6 NSP! more
Learning in June will be quite different than January, said North Scott teachers planning a school year extended by record-breaking cold and snow. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Feb. 6 NSP! more
The Quad-Cities and Cedar Rapids set all-time record low temperatures Jan. 31. Moline hit -33 and Cedar Rapids hit -30. The Moline record low beat the prior record of -27 set Jan. 16, 2009 and Jan. 2, 1979. more
Eldridge council member Adrian Blackwell said a private insurance firm’s direct-mail advertisements approved two years ago by the city council are “misleading,” and “a little deceptive.” more
Mike and Lea Guldenpfennig think Eldridge is a terrific place for their new business and their young family. more
Scott County deputies found Connor Kelly in Davenport at jury duty Monday morning when a smoky fire damaged his family’s rural Long Grove farmhouse. more
Rep. Dave Loebsack was surrounded. more
The Scott and Clinton County Soil and Water Conservation districts, along with the Iowa Pork Producers, Clinton County Farm Bureau, and the Iowa Natural Resources Conservation Service, will host a Soil Health and Nutrient Management meeting at the Clinton County Fairgrounds in DeWitt from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 22. The event is free and open to the families and includes a complimentary meal. more
High school seniors intending to further their education while pursuing programs of study in any field of agriculture, environmental science, or natural resources, have until Feb. 15,  2019, to apply.  The Scott County Soil & Water Conservation District will award two $1,000 scholarships in Scott County. In addition, one recipient's application will be forwarded to the state level to compete for scholarship awards of $3,000, $2,000, $1,000 or six $500 awards. more
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