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Scott County Board of Supervisors Chairman Carol Earnhardt will not seek another term. more
Princeton City Council’s decision to keep vehicles off Lost Grove Acres streets during trick-or-treating will limit a Halloween tradition of farm tractors pulling wagons of kids door to door. more
Incumbents Cindy Blinkinsop and Michael Oeschner and challenger Al Pawloski are running for two four-year terms. Voters will select two. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff at the Scott County Library, 200 N. 6th Ave., Eldridge, from 2-3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26. more
Scott County supervisors on Tuesday indicated they will not accept responsibility for roads in a proposed subdivision, despite pleas from one of the region’s biggest real estate firms and a threat of a lawsuit by the developer. more
Republican voters Stanley "Jim" Robinson, left, and Dave Holst are among three voters who braved Monday's snow storm to attend the North Scott High School Republican caucus site for seven rural county precincts. more
In one of the county's most hotly contested races, Michael Limberg was re-elected mayor of Long Grove. He gained 51 percent of the vote, to challenger Jackie Wilcox's 48 percent. more
Scott County Supervisor Diane Holst will not seek reelection, ending a term that found her occasionally voting against fellow Republicans on the GOP-dominated board. more
Scott County Supervisors remain on track to record and post digital audio of meetings by summer’s end — but no sooner — after the board voted down supervisor Brinson Kinzer’s motion to post audio immediately. more
Two days remain to determine if China will make good on its threat to impose steep tariffs on American soybeans, and some Iowa bankers, grain marketers and equipment dealers still expect someone will blink. more
Iowa’s Coca-Cola bottler and distributor will move its Quad-Cities operation to Walcott, bringing 143 jobs and building an $8 million, 100,000-square-foot plant with state and local taxpayer incentives. more
A Grand Mound couple’s renovation of a neglected Eldridge home hit a snag just as they put it on the market. A review of old city maps indicates a sliver of their front yard at Second and Davies streets may actually be city property. more
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