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Eldridge council members will consider putting the city’s fitness center up for sale, just as the North Scott YMCA prepares to open. more
Eldridge council members will consider putting the city’s fitness center up for sale, just as the North Scott YMCA prepares to open. more
County officials dead-set against a carbon waste pipeline across Scott County are hosting a rally at North Scott High School, Monday, Nov. 28, to cultivate more opposition to the ADM project. more
Scott County's absentee recount completed Friday afternoon confirmed 23,362 early or absentee ballots . Election night returns showed 22,874 early ballots. Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate … more
Scott County Auditor offered this updated at 12:44 p.m.: more
Allens Grove Turnout................. 66% Grassley................. 67% Miller-Meeks................. 68% Reynolds................. 70% Constitutional gun amendment: 75% More than … more
Poll worker errors at one precinct and an order from the Iowa Secretary of State prompted an election recount authorized Tuesday by Scott County supervisors. more
Long Grove council members dimmed First Street renovation plans just a bit by eliminating decorative sidewalks and overhead lighting, and replacing it with more functional light poles every 80 feet. more
Freedom of Information requests to the city of Eldridge have produced hundreds of pages of public records, but little insight into the amounts, duration and specific improper credit card transaction that led to the council’s firing of city clerk Denise Benson. more
Scott County voters swept Republicans into almost all county offices, riding an ideological wave the winners credit for the win, but say won’t change much in the county. more
Following complaints about balloting in one Davenport precinct, Scott County auditor Kerri Tompkins is seeking an administrative recount of absentee and special voters precinct ballots. more
Republican voters dominated most Scott County and Iowa races, sweeping longtime Iowa attorney general Tom Miller from office, and creating an all-GOP Scott County board. more
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