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Four candidates are running for two open seats on the Scott County Board of Supervisors. Supervisors oversee a budget of $95.67 million that covers sheriff and jail operations, rural road … more
Princeton will dispense with parades, fire station hot dogs and let families choose safe trick or treat practices on Saturday, Oct. 31. more
Jami Stutting said she’s pursuing the Boll's Community Center sign she said the city was promised when it purchased the LED lighted sign in the center parking lot. more
Council members set a $25 annual fee for a chicken permit. more
Mayor Kevin Kernan and council member Karen Woomert urged public works director Josh Genz to get bids on replacing the public works truck. Genz said the truck runs, but needs about $5,000 in repairs. more
Residents whose financial situation has been negatively impacted as a result of COVID-19 should contact city hall. more
After service to LULAC, the Quad-City Chamber of Commerce, Bi-State Regional Commission, and other local groups, Jazmin Newton aspired to elected office. more
Tony Knobbe said he’s “having a blast,” in his first term as Scott County supervisor, navigating long-term initiatives like jail expansion, immediate projects like the new dispatching system, and fast-breaking flood and virus disasters. more
Faith led Rev. Rodgers Kirk to community leadership. Hope brings him back on the supervisor ballot a second time. more
Ken Beck said his first term as supervisor has been boot camp for civic leadership. more
The highest bid is the best to repair a bump running between the lanes of East LeClaire Road/240th Street from 180th to 210th Avenue. more
Eldridge council members said they heard from enough residents to hold off dropping the Buttermilk Road speed limit, and forego spending $9,000 for warning signs. more
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