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Davenport’s downtown two-way street conversion in 2025 will bring traffic light changes affecting Scott County’s administration building, courthouse and jail. more
The Iowa Youth Straw Poll will take place across the state on Tuesday, Jan. 9, less than one week before Iowans participate in the Iowa presidential caucuses. more
The Republican Party of Iowa has announced precinct locations for the 2024 Republican presidential caucuses. more
Scott County Democrats will caucus for everything but a presidential pick at a single location Jan. 15: Davenport North High School,  626 W. 53rd St., Davenport. more
Former President Donald Trump expanded his lead in Iowa with less than five weeks left until the 2024 Republican caucuses, with more than half of likely GOP caucusgoers naming him as their first choice candidate in the Des Moines Register/NBC News/Mediacom Iowa Poll published Monday. more
Eldridge resident Michelle Crawford was elected 2024-2025 president of the 600-member Iowa Federation of Republican Women, a political group founded in 1938. more
An irrigation line leak at R&L Carriers’ 300 Slopertown Road sent 1.4 million gallons into a ditch, and ran up an $11,540 sewer bill. more
Eldridge council member Bruce Cheek condemned fellow council members and city staff, and insulted former mayor Marty O'Boyle, before leaving Monday's council after nine minutes. more
Republicans caucus 7 p.m., Jan. 15, in the party’s traditional manner: Individual votes for presidential preferences, along with votes to choose precinct and convention leaders, and make platform suggestions to the county convention. more
Vivek Ramaswamy will join Iowa GOP chairman Jeff Kaufmann to raise funds for state Sen. Scott Webster, 6-8 p.m., Friday. Dec. 8 at the Dahl Old Cr Home, 5215 Grand Ave., Davenport. more
Scott County Democrats will caucus for everything but a presidential pick at a single location Jan. 15: Davenport North High School. more
On a 3-2 vote, Scott County supervisors Monday rejected a canvass of a recount that ended in a tied Pleasant Valley school board race. more
Former president Donald Trump was scheduled to hold a town hall meeting, 4 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 5, for Fox News Channel broadcast. more
In his final month as Princeton mayor, Kevin Kernan ended his town’s 10-year pursuit of a recreational trail, acknowledging residents’ concerns about the route along U.S. 67, and the town’s ability to cover any costs. more
Ron DeSantis brought his attack on woke, left-wing liberals to Eldridge’s Cody Road Coffee Sunday, drawing repeated applause with sharp barbs against Democrats, but emphasizing that Republicans need more than rhetoric to take back the White House. more
North Scott school board members joined the Iowa Association of School Board conference this month that set legislative goals against more public money in private schools, and require private schools to be as transparent as public schools. more
Eldridge will offer the Scott County Library a 25-year agreement at a rate equal to the city’s insurance costs for the building. more
The council agreed to extend yard waste free curbside collection through Dec. 4. more
Eldridge city council members said the RILCO renovation of the old Bawden printing plant may proceed without  some sidewalks, but the company will need to extend 16th Avenue by 2026. more
Kierra Looney received 16 write-in votes to win a Donahue council seats. She joins incumbent Adam Ganzer, who was on the ballot and got 76 votes. more
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