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Spring rains pushed the Wapsipinicon River over north Scott County farmland, and was forecast to remain above 12.5 feet major flooding levels at DeWitt through at least June 3. more
Newest Eldridge Utility Board member Michael Bristley works as director of commissioning for Silicon Ranch Co., developing utility-scale solar sites across the country. more
Jack Schinckel’s new Quilt of Valor evoked 60-year-old memories of his Army service, including keying in classified teletype messages from bases across the United States. more
The city of Eldridge fired three utility employees, and a full, five-member Eldridge utility board dismissed all litigation against the city, its law firm, and investigations launched by the previous utility board members. more
Scott County GOP primary voters will choose between the Republican incumbent sheriff seeking a third term and a county deputy who’s been running nearly two years for the post. more
Five Republican and one Democrat are running for Scott County supervisor on June 4 primary ballots. more
The Scott County Attorney declined to prosecute Eldridge police’s arrest of a 14-year-old on felony charges for ding, dong ditching vandalism alleged by South Fifth Street resident. more
The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce invites the public to participate in the annual North Scott Chamber Golf Outing. more
A $40,000 Regional Development Authority grant helped fund a restroom/storm shelter handicap facilities at Gless Field and Black Bear Park.  more
The June 1 deadline for eligible Iowa farm owners to apply for Century or Heritage Farm recognition is quickly approaching, and the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is encouraging farm families to apply today. more
The Auxiliary Unit of the Larry M. Gronewold American Legion 532 in Donahue has chosen Addyson Wehrman and Lainey Wall to participate in this year’s Girls State Session.  Addyson and Lainey will join girls from all over the state in meetings held in June at Drake University in Des Moines for a learning experience covering government from local to state levels.   more
Long Grove residents will begin paying directly for a portion of garbage and recycling pick up fees that the council had covered through property taxes. more
The 105th annual Memorial Day service at historic Summit Church 21980 210th Ave., Davenport, will be held at 9 a.m. Monday, May 27. more
"Since 2016, it has been my calling and honor to serve the citizens of Scott County through responsible governance, and my passion is to continue doing so when re-elected." more
"I was appointed to the supervisor position by unanimous vote in January 2023 from a candidate pool of 28 applicants. I am a very good fit for this position based on my previous four years of Davenport city council experience, being a former small business owner in the finance/investment industry for 25 years, and a resident of Davenport. " more
"I believe the Quad Cities is going to be the next Great Midwest Destination." more
"I’m running to address concerns of safety, power grabs at the expense of the residents of Scott County, and employee retention." more
"I believe government at all levels is too big, and too expensive." more
All Scott County primary election voters may case ballots Thursday and Friday at the Bettendorf Library, 2950 Learning Campus Drive, Bettendorf. more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday $300 million in funding for more than 60 groups seeking to diversify American agricultural exports. more
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