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Rita Hart picked up 26 more votes than Mariannette Miller-Meeks in Scott County's recount of Iowa's Second Congressional District race, the closest in the nation. The recount left Miller-Meeks … more
Eldridge’s Hometown Holiday goes drive-thru this year, with Santa, the Grinch and some traditional characters and activities joined by a bunch of new ones,  all enjoyed by families from their vehicles. more
Long Grove council members will take a closer look at open burning regulations following some council members’ concerns about smoky fires. more
Japan’s Spiber Inc., a biotech startup that produces lab-grown spider silk for use in clothing and other products, announced Nov. 20  it will expand production of its plant-based protein to Clinton, its first U.S. facility, through a partnership with Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM). The expansion stems from a relationship between Spiber and Iowa that started with the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) years ago and solidified during Gov. Kim Reynolds’ trade mission to Japan last year.  more
The Scott County Health Department surrendered all pandemic contact tracing going forward to the state health department as cases and deaths in the last month were more than 25 local contact tracers could handle. more
An hour-long school board online forum Nov. 16 drew more than a hundred live-time participants, and has been at least partially viewed by more than 1,000. more
Two COVID-19 vaccines that are expected to be submitted soon for federal review and licensure are showing “very promising data,” members of the Iowa Board of Regents heard Nov. 18. more
Two Scott County residents are in stable condition following a collision of their vehicles just north of Blue Grass, about 5 p.m., Friday that required firefighters more than an hour to free them from the wreckage. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Nov. 25 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Nov. 25 NSP! more
The Iowa Board of Regents will continue freezing tuition and mandatory fees at the state’s three public universities for the spring 2021 semester, president Michael Richards announced at the Nov. 18 meeting. more
Iowa PBS has launched a new initiative intended to celebrate the people, culture and stories of rural America by showcasing the diversity, traditions and richness of small town and rural life in Iowa. more
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