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Iowa political leaders congratulated United Auto Workers union members on Wednesday after they agreed to a new contract, ending a five-week strike at John Deere plants. more
Eldridge police get trading cards more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Nov. 24 NSP! more
Waste Commission of Scott County facilities will be closed on Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday. Regular hours will resume at all facilities on Friday. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Nov. 24 NSP! more
The Association of Early Childhood Iowa Area Boards and Advocates presented Iowa State Sen. Chris Cournoyer with the Association’s first “Early Childhood Iowa Advocate of the Year” award at its annual meeting on Thursday, Nov. 18. Cournoyer serves as the chair of the Education Appropriations Budget Sub-Committee in the Iowa Senate. more
A new rate study convinced Princeton council members to increase water rates they already raised twice in the past year. more
North Scott school board members applauded Donn Wilmott’s eight years of board service, welcomed newly elected Lancer teacher, coach and retired administrator Frank Wood, then voted for Joni Dittmer to remain board president. more
More than 100 Eldridge police, Scott County deputies state troopers and others joined the McKearney family Nov. 19 at the Eldridge community center to grant 4-year-old Hudson's wish of becoming a police officer. Officers first rallied for Hudson when he came home from University Hospitals for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, B-cell type, in March 2019. His family reports he is in remission. more
Scott County’s riverfront communities would see at least three times more train traffic under a proposed Canadian Pacific railroad merger that makes the county a critical connection on the nation’s first single-carrier line linking Canada and Mexico. more
Scott County supervisors heard from more than a dozen county residents asking that federal pandemic aid be used for almost anything other than building a juvenile detention center. more
Eldridge council members will convene a public discussion about allocating the city’s $1.1 million pandemic aid, 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 7 at the community center. more
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