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Scott County Republican voters nominated Mike Fennelly, while Democrats picked Jane Duax to compete in November for the county treasurer post long held by Fennelly’s dad, Bill. more
Scott County supervisors approved Tom and Joni Dittmer’s 16th hog farm, a two-barn operation at 26413 75th Ave., in Section 32 of Allens Grove Township. more
Scott County Supervisors voted unanimously Jan. 2 to keep Tony Knobbe as chairman, then voted along party lines for Ken Beck as vice chairman. more
The Iowa Legislature adjourned May 4. The NSP reached lawmakers whose districts represent rural Scott County on Monday for their reactions on two major items of legislation that were passed at the end of the session: more
Expect the Iowa Legislature to extend and perhaps regulate Iowa’s 1-percent sales tax for schools, make hemp a cash crop, and toughen criminal laws against pet abuse. more
A student injury – or worse – is just waiting to happen on First Street by North Scott High School, and Fifth Street, by the junior high and Ed White, Eldridge City Council members agreed during a discussion on student safety. more
Forums featuring the Iowa Quad-Cities state legislators will be Jan. 26, Feb. 23, March 23 and April 27 at Davenport Central High School’s Kahler Auditorium, 1120 Main St., Davenport. Doors … more
Scott County residents won five of Gov. Kim Reynolds 152 appointments and reappointments to state boards announced June 29. more
Park View Sanitary and Water District has reached out to the city of Eldridge as a long-term source of treated water, exploring a new option for the Park View district rebounding from water treatment and personnel changes. more
Legislative efforts to equalize school funding among districts will bring a net increase of $2,000 for one year to North Scott Schools. more
Excavation will begin after harvest on a 2.5-mile sewer line from Eldridge’s Buttermilk Road sewer lagoons to the city’s expanded South Slope sewage treatment plant. more
Long Grove’s water tower needs “some type of restoration” in the next three years, according to the city’s engineer, who presented options ranging from $25,000 to $205,000 at the Sept. 11 city council meeting. more
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