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Walcott and Eldridge’s city attorney plans to continue his service to the cities after moving to the Myrtle Beach, S.C. area. more
Eldridge Mayor Marty O'Boyle has asked council members to take a hard look at buying Rustic Ridge Golf Course, a property that residential developers say has limited housing potential, but a public golf course pro says could draw a buyer. more
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has nominated North Scott graduate Alex Freeman to serve on two of her administration's boards and commissions. Freeman will serve on the Iowa Homelessness Council and the Iowa Volunteer Services Commission. more
Eldridge voters may be asked twice this March to tax money to fund a proposed North Scott YMCA. more
Look for more than twice as many fireworks over McCausland at the town’s Sept. 1 Labor Day celebration than previous years. more
The Dittmer family’s Grand View farms will add another confined feeding operation, JT Cleona Pork LLC near Stockton. more
The Eldridge Utility Board declined adding a back-up power line to the city after hearing annual price tags of up to $676,000. more
A judge is backing Scott County Supervisors’ decision not to maintain roads in a new rural subdivision, and county officials say other developers should expect the same for new rural housing additions, with one exception. more
Data architects. Software engineers. Medical tech scientists. Marijo and Paul Anderson hope their 400 acres atop Princeton river bluffs will provide workplaces for professions rare in the Quad … more
Candidate filing begins Monday, Aug. 26, for Iowa’s first combined municipal and school elections, and no one knows what to expect. more
Rustic Ridge Golf Course owners Kevin and Sandy Wohlford offered the 73.2 acre course and restaurant to the city of Eldridge for $2.5 million, giving the city “first dibs” before offering it for development. more
Long Grove City Council members are offering $215,000 to First Central State Bank in hopes of changing the bank’s closed, 2,114-square-foot branch bank into the town’s next city hall. more
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