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Dec. 8, 2004: Eldridge city officials were pleased with the results of a special census. They discovered the population of the town had increased by about 16 percent in the last four years. more
Framing is up on North Scott schools' new indoor practice building that’s on track for completion by spring. more
On Nov. 26, the Scott County Regional Authority (SCRA) announced awards of just over $1.35 million for the fall 2019 grant cycle. more
Glen Keppy remains chairman of the North Scott School Board following the board’s 4-3 vote for him Monday over member Mark Pratt more
Nov. 29, 1979: Caterpillar employees had been on strike for a month, citing forced overtime, and issues related to time off, medical leave of absence and job security. more
"I believe small local papers will survive ..." more
Nov. 22, 1979: Iowa Department of Transportation officials received news that a $15 million federal grant could assist in a quicker than expected opening of Freeway 561 from Davenport to Eldridge. more
"I just wanted to express my thanks and gratitude to everyone who I have had the privilege to speak, learn, and grow with over the last few months while running for the North Scott School Board ..." more
Rural Scott County families in need of assistance will benefit from a Mobile Food Pantry as River Bend Foodbank and the North Scott School District once again join forces to bring free food to the community. more
The long wait for the results is over for Iowa’s new statewide public school assessments given to students last March. more
Scott County Supervisors support Eldridge’s sales and property tax financing for a proposed YMCA, and the city’s plan for up to $10 million in tax rebates for prospective business development. But supervisors last week opposed use of tax increment funding for Eldridge’s next trail extension. more
I’m not comfortable making personal endorsements in this year's North Scott School Board election. There are six candidates, including four incumbents, for four seats (a majority on the board of seven). more
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