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The three Democrats vying for Iowa’s U.S. Senate nomination diverged on fiscal issues pertaining to student debt, universal health care and taxes for the super wealthy during a final televised debate before the June 7 primary. more
Five candidates run for three nominations more
Lyman Miller was among 60 voters who cast primary ballots May 18 at the Scott County Library in Eldridge. more
A wide First Street with sidewalks and gutters would be illuminated by halogen lamps suspended from wire criss-crossed overhead. more
Four candidates run for three nominations more
Early voting in Eldridge today more
Long Grove  council members gave clerk Rosina Guyer a big raise and a new title for her leadership and education in exchange for a five-year commitment to stay on with the city she’s worked for since 2016. more
Eldridge council members awarded interim city administrator Tony Rupe a 10-percent pay increase Monday, and at least three council members said they’re ready to dispense with the “interim” title he’s carried six months. more
Demolition could begin as early as July and construction launched in October for a two-story Scott County juvenile detention center estimated to cost $26,070,000, supervisors learned Tuesday. more
A lawsuit brought by Iowa Capital Dispatch and others against Gov. Kim Reynolds that alleges her office repeatedly failed to comply with the state’s Open Records Law will proceed, a judge ruled Friday. more
Iowa first district Democratic candidate Christina Bohannan, joined other party members on the ballot for a meet-and-greet Saturday at Sheridan Meadows Park. more
Eldridge launches a busy construction season this month with the $4.8 million widening of First Street and LeClaire Road, and Central Scott Telephone installing fiber connections throughout town. more
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