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North Scott school board members are looking to Iowa’s Republican House majority to undo Iowa Republican Senate legislation the board fears will launch an enrollment free-for-all among public schools and anticipated publicly funded charters and private schools. more
Vaccine is reaching Scott County residents through federal, state and local sources that confuse residents and public health officials who describe a fragmented response to the common pandemic. more
Eldridge city council members set the two public property tax hearings required by state law: A 7 p.m., March 15 maximum levy hearing to establish the highest rate possible, then a 6 p.m., March 29 hearing on the actual levy. more
Denise Coiner remembers the late Bill Fennelly’s invitation in 1989 to join the Scott County Board of Health. more
Scott County is among 89 Iowa counties that committed another year to using the Iowa Department of Natural Resources master matrix to permit some confined livestock feeding operations. more
Four Scott County Democratic legislators fielded 10 questions during Saturday’s online forum that reached a peak of 55 viewers over about 90 minutes.. Davenport NAACP and LULAC chapter members moderated the forum. more
Sen. Mark Lofgren and Rep. Ross Paustian say the Republican majority’s 2.4-percent growth in education funding boosted state education funding $35.6 million, extending their party’s history of increasing education funding every year. more
Mommsen said he was prepared to discuss education bills heading to the house. But no one asked. more
Sen. Chris Cournoyer isn’t sure if or how she’ll vote on an Iowa house bill that would end tenure at state universities. But one person at Saturday’s legislative forum in LeClaire wanted to know. more
Scott County's state legislators resume public forums beginning Saturday. more
Eldridge council members looking ahead see Blackhawk Trail and a parallel recreation trail spanning the city from Scott Park Road to Slopertown Road. more
Soccer fields graded last year onto 3.8 acres of city property along Buttermilk Road will become a full-fledged Eldridge park with the addition of an irrigation system this year. more
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