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Leaders of the Farm Progress Show, scheduled Sept. 1-3 at Boone, Iowa, pulled the plug on the show for 2020 after announcing last week that it would go forward as planned. more
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a bill last week that she said would relieve “onerous and burdensome” professional licensing laws that are among the most restrictive in the nation. more
Republican U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, in a close race with Democratic challenger Theresa Greenfield, staged a Zoom news conference Monday featuring agriculture leaders who accused Greenfield of being unprepared to represent Iowa farm interests. more
Scott Count Sheriff Tim Lane swore in Bronze Star recipient Misty Bunker as a new deputy, and promoted Deputy Sean Thompson to sergeant. more
McCausland hosts a community blood drive 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 7 at McCausland Methodist Church. more
AARP Iowa says it is “outraged” by 11 COVID-19 deaths at an Iowa nursing home where symptomatic employees worked alongside vulnerable seniors. The organization is calling for immediate, mandatory testing in all of the state’s nursing home and assisted living facilities. more
The Handicapped Development Center (HDC) has received a shipment of good, quality shoes to distribute to their team of essential workers on June 26.  HDC is working in partnership with Fleet Feet, a running specialty store in Davenport, focused on finding the right footwear solution to help individuals reach their lifestyle and wellness goals, and Brooks Running, the industry leader in running and walking footwear.  more
Scott County on Tuesday implemented a new mask requirement for staff  in all county buildings effective July 6, and visitors will be instructed to wear masks, too. "Now is the time for county … more
Scott County’s health department will consider implications of requiring face masks in county buildings, but most supervisors seem reluctant to mandate it. more
We wanted to make sure everyone who participated in this year’s race would go home with a door prize. The response was overwhelmingly positive. We lost only one sponsor, but gained two more after the pandemic scare. Plus, the support of the City of Long Grove, the Long Grove Civic League, the Long Grove Volunteer Fire Department, the Scott County Health Department, and the approval of event liability insurance, and especially the families, our event was still on! more
There are more than 1,100 people buried at the Maysville Cemetery, and now visitors can find a particular burial spot without much trouble. more
Legat Architects will begin design work the YMCA planned for East LeClaire Road and Third Street with plans to seek bids in December. more
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