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Thursday, Jan. 19, saw the culmination of a two-and-half year journey for Jesse and Emily Dvorak of Eldridge, as they snipped a ceremonial ribbon to mark the opening of their new business, The Potter’s Delight. more
Lindsey Ambrose sketched her dream on graph paper, trying to design a space to replant her growing Luminous Dance Force studio. more
Refunds have gone out to donors to Maddie Russo’s phony cancer drive, according to Eldridge police and a representative from Gofundme, an online fundraising site. more
Thirty-seven new home lots in Donahue will bring more families to the town, and David Rose hopes they’ll be big ones. more
“Be strong! Take care of yourself. And be a good listener.” more
Former Davenport council member Rita Rawson will fill a vacancy on the Scott County Board of supervisors. more
Expect a world of pure imagination at North Scott High School this Friday as the annual Athletic Boosters Cake Auction returns. more
North Scott’s junior high Lego League team returns to state competition this weekend with their project, a mobile power station. more
Eldridge council members approved new golf cart rules, but sent police chief Joe Sisler’s proposed UTV regulations back to the drawing board after member Brian Dockery flinched at three pages of rules read by mayor Frank King. more
Time is running out for Ashley Atkins’ new home at 880 S. First Street. more
Bids for expanding Alan Shepard Elementary in Long Grove total $5,516,400, for a project scheduled to get under way in April, and be ready for students by fall of 2024. more
The Iowa Department of Transportation will patch U.S. 61 from Interstate 80, north to 290th Street, or St. Ann’s Road this year. more
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