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The Scott County Republican Party will hold its 9th Annual Ronald Reagan Dinner on Oct. 10 at the Quad Cities Waterfront Convention Center, Bettendorf, with the doors opening at 5 p.m. The featured speaker will be U.S. Senator Joni Ernst giving a DC Congressional update. more
Rep. Dave Loebsack visited Grissom Elementary in Princeton on Sept. 15. The North Scott Press teamed up with Grissom Sixth Grade Teacher Natalie Rogalski’s class to hold a press conference. Students prepared questions, then wrote short essays to share their factual observations, followed by their thoughts on the event. more
Eldridge will begin negotiations with 12 property owners for easements to accommodate the city’s $14.6 million sewer project scheduled to get under way next year. more
Eldridge voters tasked with filling two city council positions will choose among four-term incumbent Brian Dockery, one-term member Frank King, and data system professional Marci Ordaz making her first run for elected office. more
The Republican Party of Iowa and the Iowa Democratic Party have officially set the dates for the 2018 Caucus to Convention process. more
Property tax incentives to business should be targeted to reverse blight, boost property values and create, new, high-paying manufacturing jobs, according to standards unanimously approved by the Scott County Board of Supervisors. more
Add a young North Scott grad to the growing list of entrepreneurs expanding businesses in Princeton. more
Incumbent Long Grove mayor Mike Limberg will face retired city clerk Jackie Wilcox in the county’s only contested mayoral race this year. more
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