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Eldridge city administrator Tony Rupe says he hopes to one day retire from the city of Eldridge, but not as administrator. more
Public works director Chris Rindler estimated more than $200,000 in Princeton street repairs, including $100,000 to resurface  a portion of the three-block-long Bluff Boulevard off U.S. 67 on the city’s south side. more
Kari Lake returned to Iowa with thunderous applause from Scott County supporters cheering her claims of election fraud in her Arizona governor campaign and across the nation. more
Princeton trail fans filled city hall Feb. 9, imploring council members to find a way to accept a $187,000 federal trails grant that some council members fear the city cannot afford. more
Scott County’s state legislators are invited to a public form, 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Davenport Fairmount Library, 3000 N. Fairmount St., Davenport. more
Rita Rawson’s neighborhood activism in central Davenport put her on a public leadership path that led to the Scott County Board of Supervisors. more
Scott County supervisors hired WHKS & Co., of West Des Moines, for up to $102,000 to design a replacement bridge on Wells Ferry Road over Spencer Creek in Pleasant Valley. more
Initial budget plans suggest a property tax rate increase coming for Eldridge. more
Eldridge’s Board of Adjustment set a Feb. 6 deadline for Ashley Atkins to move from her South First Street lot until a home is built. more
Kari Lake returns to Scott County, noon, Feb. 10, for a free, public event at the Tanglewood Pavilion, 4250 Middle Road, Bettendorf. more
Eldridge elected leaders joined Scott County supervisors supporting the Iowa Network Against Human Trafficking, which has a state legislative agenda calling for more sex abuse education in schools, and a plea to stop treating trafficked victims like criminals. more
Iowa Democrats on Saturday elected former state senator Rita Hart as the next chair of the Iowa Democratic Party. more
Former Davenport council member Rita Rawson will fill a vacancy on the Scott County Board of supervisors. more
Eldridge council members approved new golf cart rules, but sent police chief Joe Sisler’s proposed UTV regulations back to the drawing board after member Brian Dockery flinched at three pages of rules read by mayor Frank King. more
Time is running out for Ashley Atkins’ new home at 880 S. First Street. more
The Eldridge council renewed one-year appointments for city administrator Tony Rupe, and assistant city administrator Jeff Martens, who also serves as zoning enforcement official. more
County road F58 will get a new asphalt surface from Durant to Walcott by a long-time county contractor who got a stern warning from Scott County Board chairman Ken Beck. more
Eldridge, North Scott schools, and Scott County leaders had Sen. Joni Ernst’s attention for nearly an hour and made the most of it. more
Courtesy Ford added $4,488.64 to each of three Transit vans ordered by Scott County supervisors  last June. more
Supervisors promoted county human resources assistant Vanessa Wierman to  succeed Mary Thee as director. The board hired Wierman at $101,234 to replace Thee, who also served as assistant administrator. more
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