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First Central State Bank will host several shred events during a two-day period this month. more
Marcella and John Osborne and Christie and Amora Gelken open Affinity Rose, 110 E. LeClaire Road, Eldridge, offering unique, locally made gifts, decor, clothing and jewelry. more
Two years ago, Eric Gruenhagen took his fight to city hall. more
A panel of state lawmakers turned down a Democratic proposal July 1 to allow the Iowa secretary of state to send out absentee ballot request forms to all Iowa voters for the November general election. more
A third Iowa nursing home where residents have died of COVID-19 has been cited by the state for failing to observe basic health care protocols in the midst of the pandemic. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the July 8 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the July 8 NSP! more
After nearly four months of collecting funds, the North Scott Food Pantry will be getting a much-needed addition. more
Though you would never guess it from their wedding photos, Joseph and Sarah Rymars threw together a wedding in two weeks after news that Joe would be deployed to Qatar in Operation Spartan Shield. more
Eldridge will consider property tax rebates to encourage a $7 million addition to Grand Haven Retirement Community through an urban revitalization plan that must extend similar tax break incentives to at least one more piece of property. more
Scott County residents raised a wave of objections Tuesday against a countywide face mask requirement after hearing county medical director Louis Katz recommend it as, “absolutely justified based on the science that exists.” more
Census takers will come knocking in August hoping to boost participation rates that so far range from more than 80 percent in Donahue and Eldridge, to 66 percent or less in Walcott, Davenport and McCausland. more
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