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As part of the Iowa Democratic Party’s lawsuit against the state over absentee ballot requests, the Iowa State Association of County Auditors is warning the state faces a “dire” situation that could lead to errors in the voting process this November and delays in the delivery of ballots. more
Nancy Herrin had some ideas for Long Grove’s small, overlooked Lancer Park. Benches. A trail. Maybe a small play area. more
Rolling along in a pickup truck across a field in Harlan, Iowa, Alex Freeman really got to know Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig, and the cattle producer they were visiting. more
Park View rental property now faces county regulation under an ordinance that took two years to develop and just minutes to pass. more
Early releases and other efforts kept Scott County’s jail inmate count low through the pandemic and led to innovations that may keep the count down when it’s over. more
Roxanna Moritz, Scott County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections, reminds voters that they need to submit only one request for an absentee ballot for the Nov. 3 General Election. She said her office has received hundreds of calls from voters who have received multiple requests from various organizations. more
Park View’s chalk-the-walk event this weekend will celebrate a big milestone in the community's 53 years. more
Long Grove planning and zoning commission member Mark Abdon has filled a vacant council seat. more
State Reps. Norlin Mommsen (R-DeWitt), Gary Mohr (R-Bettendorf) and Ross Paustian (R-Walcott) are encouraging area students to apply for the Legislative Page Program for the 2021 session. more
Iowa PBS will hold debates for the U.S. Senate, 1st Congressional District, 2nd Congressional District, and 3rd Congressional District races in September and October at Iowa PBS studios in Johnston. The hour-long debates will air live on statewide Iowa PBS and be streamed on iowapbs.org, YouTube and Facebook. more
Pandemic restrictions cancelled Scott County’s order in March for six 2020 deputy squads. So supervisors had to rebid the order and wound up with newer, 2021 vehicles from a local dealer for about $200 per vehicle more than the order for last year’s model. more
Eldridge city council members applauded city workers’ storm response that began with a 12-hour shift the moment the storm hit about 1:30 p.m., Monday, Aug. 10. more
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