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The Eldridge United Methodist Church Mission Committee is undertaking outreach projects in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Chair Steve Sorensen reports these activities: more
Just in time for summer, Iowa state parks opened their cabins and campground restrooms and showers on May 22. more
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate partnered with Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management and the Iowa National Guard to deliver masks, gloves and hand sanitizer for use at polling places on June 2. The National Guard delivered the materials last week. more
Iowa may delay some road projects over the next five years because motorists are traveling less, reducing gas tax payments used for construction, a key transportation official said. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds on May 21 announced that any Iowan who wants to be checked for COVID-19 will be able to get a test through Test Iowa. more
To fully understand the breadth and unbelievable depth of Frank Wood’s career, you have to go back to the beginning and walk through it step by step, much like the organized and complicated high school class schedules that he meticulously put together each year. more
It was on a whim that Frank Wood dipped his toe into the political waters back in 2001, and no one could have imagined how a lifelong educator could take such a winding path through Iowa’s political landscape. more
Frank Wood has fond memories of working with the North Scott Athletic Boosters, and they go all the way back to his second year in the district when it came time to erect a new fence around Lancer Stadium. more
Excerpts from senior commencement speakers' inspiring messages recorded for the May 31 graduation ceremony more
Some Scott County voters will cast ballots at new, consolidated voting sites in a June 2 primary unlike any other. more
Scott County Board of Health members want to see more positive updates on COVID-19, including recovery rates, so that country residents don’t succumb to “panicked fear.” more
Princeton moved ahead with contracts totaling $658,637 to build a new well to replace one shutdown years ago for nitrate contamination. more
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