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Congressman Dave Loebsack announced June 1 that both Scott County and the City of Davenport have been awarded grants through the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) FY20 Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program. more
Really, we should have expected nothing less. After all, this is North Scott. What a great day to be a Lancer. more
On May 26, Gov. Reynolds signed a proclamation continuing the Public Health Disaster Emergency. This proclamation continues the re-opening of various establishments and again permits gatherings of more than 10 people with public health measures such as social distancing and limited capacity. This proclamation extends regulatory relief to those affected by this public health emergency until June 25. more
Iowa continues to ease business restrictions over the next few weeks. Starting May 28, bars, wineries, breweries, and distilleries will be able to reopen. On June 1, casinos, bowling alleys, amusement parks, skating rinks, outdoor performance venues, and outdoor playgrounds will also be able to reopen. Just like all previous re-openings, these entities must allow for the use of social distancing; they must follow public health guidelines to protect staff and patrons; and may only operate at 50-percent capacity.  more
The North Scott baseball and softball diamonds finally came to life Monday afternoon as Lancer teams were able to hold their first practices of the COVID-19 abbreviated season. more
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed another event, and this time it’s Scott County 4-H’ers and FFA members who are being affected. more
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate partnered with Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management and the Iowa National Guard to deliver masks, gloves and hand sanitizer for use at polling places on June 2. The National Guard delivered the materials last week. more
Iowa may delay some road projects over the next five years because motorists are traveling less, reducing gas tax payments used for construction, a key transportation official said. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds on May 21 announced that any Iowan who wants to be checked for COVID-19 will be able to get a test through Test Iowa. more
Scott County Board of Health members want to see more positive updates on COVID-19, including recovery rates, so that country residents don’t succumb to “panicked fear.” more
Thank goodness irises know nothing of pandemics. My Memorial weekend favorites blossomed right on time, shooting their delicate showpiece blooms above sharp foliage. more
If you watch the news or look at social media each day, you probably think that we are never going to escape the current public health pandemic. While the media and others are often focusing on the negative impacts of COVID-19, many of the positive trends are largely being ignored. more
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