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Faller, Kincheloe & Co., PLC, released an agreed-upon procedures report on the City of Dixon, Iowa, for the period of April 1, 2017, through March 31, 2018. The agreed-upon procedures engagement was performed pursuant to Chapter 11.6 of the Code of Iowa. more
That’s Scott LaPlante, of Eldridge, meeting President George H.W. Bush during a visit to Milwaukee, near LaPlante’s hometown of Racine. more
Walcott passed its fifth Iowa State Auditor annual examination with no exceptions found among 16 compliance areas. more
Kathleen Wierzba can’t remember ever seeing corn in the crib toward the back of the farm property she grew up in Hickory Grove Township at 9481 220th St. more
Scott County’s first vineyard and winery will be built near LeClaire, fulfilling Julia Rubino and Bryce Flaherty’s dream, but with a few restrictions. more
Eldridge council members committed $290,000 Monday for the city’s share of an estimated $1.4 million trail along South First Street over an abandoned railroad bed. more
Two new members are joining an expanded Park View Water and Sanitary District Board facing more than $3 million in water and sewer projects in the coming years. 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
Long Grove city council’s newest member welcomed his appointment Nov. 13 to help run a town he never expected to move to. more
The Election Day blue wave that swept Democrats into control of the U.S. House of Representatives left nary a drop in Scott County. more
Development of Lost Grove Acres added $12.13 million in assessed value to Princeton over the past decade. more
Scott County voters opened the eyes of winning candidates who report to elected duty humbled, grateful and energized by the county’s best ever midterm turnout. more
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