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Iowa legislator forums return to St. Ambrose University’s Rogalski Center beginning Saturday, Jan. 25. more
Princeton City Council launched 2020 with new committee assignments, some homework from new mayor Kevin Kernan, and the first of hopefully several FEMA checks. more
Scott County Supervisor Ken Beck foresees a county where residents can get mental health treatment as easy as any other medical service. more
Students will continue to increase engagement in work learning opportunities, project experiences and dabble in a wide variety of career options to ensure they are prepared for Day 1 after graduation. more
School board member Mark Pratt anticipates new collaborations and innovations to support some long-standing goals. more
Scott County Board chairman Tony Knobbe will continue to lead supervisors meeting after a 3-2 vote to sustain his leadership. more
Congressman Dave Loebsack will have a member of his staff, Brian Kramer, in Clinton and Scott counties for open office hours at the Scott County Library in Eldridge on Tuesday, Jan. 28 from 2-3 p.m. more
Valley Construction’s $1.2 million bid was the best among six to build Eldridge’s South First Street trail over an abandoned rail bed this year. more
Scott County Auditor Roxanna Moritz will seek a fourth term as the county’s top elections official. more
The last decade brought a new city hall, park pavilion and the start of a Wapsi River trail to McCausland. City clerk Sheila Bosworth hopes the next decade will bring a few more people to enjoy them. more
School board chairman and lifetime ag leader Glen Keppy imagined his experiences a decade from now. more
Donahue Mayor Ken Schoenthaler expects Eldridge and Davenport growth to nudge his hometown’s population and perhaps boundaries just a bit larger. more
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