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An Iowa administrative law judge has decided that Summit Carbon Solutions should give documents of its “dispersion modeling” to groups that seek them as evidence for the company’s upcoming pipeline permit hearing. more
Summit Carbon Solutions must reveal the financial aspects of its agreements with ethanol plants to the attorneys for two groups that seek to verify the economic claims of Summit’s proposed carbon dioxide pipeline, the Iowa Utilities Board has decided. more
Family, friends, and students joined Lindsey Ambrose at the ribbon cutting for her new Luminous Dance Force studio earlier this month. more
North Scott/Eldridge Chamber of Commerce members and friends surround Double Barrel Drinkery general manager Jordan Brantner and owner Jason McCoy, to officially open the bar at 350 E. LeClaire Road, Wednesday, Aug. 2. more
Summit Carbon Solutions has failed to minimize the negative impacts of its proposed carbon dioxide pipeline in North Dakota and will not be permitted to construct it, state regulators decided earlier this month. more
FORT PIERRE, S.D.— The economic benefits of a proposed carbon capture pipeline came under scrutiny last week during the second day of a permit hearing before South Dakota state regulators at the Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center. more
Iowa tax credits worth $135,000 will be added to Eldridge’s $3.5 million tax break incentives to draw RILCO industrial lubricant plant from Rock Island to the old Bawden press building, 400 S. 14th Ave., Eldridge. more
Representatives from Triple Oak Power presented specifics on a possible wind turbine project to about two dozen people Thursday, July 13, at the Durant Community Center. more
North Scott Hy-Vee manager Kenny Schroeder and First Central State Bank representative Chad Ulrich are joining the board of the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce as non-voting members next fiscal year. more
Illinois-based RILCO Lubricants and Services is eyeing the old Bawden print factory in Eldridge to consolidate three Quad-City regional sites, and possibly add on. more
Even the best-built new homes do not sell themselves. more
The best burger in Iowa has a distinct North Scott flavor. more
Family, friends, and members of the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce gathered Friday, April 21, to help Collin and Stephanie Telsrow celebrate the ribbon cutting at the Rolling Meadows Event Center, located at 657 S. 16th Ave. in Eldridge. more
McCausland’s best-kept secret has quietly been growing on the edge of town for more than 30 years. more
Eldridge history surrounds Matt DeWulf. more
A LeClaire restaurant was cited for risking cross contamination in food storage following a March 29 inspection. more
Shoppers will find a new bakery, a bit brighter lighting, new coolers and taller shelves stocked with 22,000 products at the North Scott Hy-Vee. more
There is plenty of time to negotiate with landowners and enough wiggle room in Wolf Carbon Solutions’ proposed carbon dioxide pipeline route to avoid using eminent domain for the project, said Nick Noppinger, the company’s senior vice president of corporate development. more
Bittersweet. more
First he was a kid in the audience. Later he worked the concession stand. Now Mac Howes owns West Liberty’s New Strand Theatre and hopes to offer today’s families the same thrills he enjoyed as a kid. more
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