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Eldridge interim police chief Joe Sisler recognized staff for exceptional service through the pandemic year. more
July 14, 1971: A new Olympic-size swimming pool was dedicated at Scott County Park. Performing the ribbon cutting duties were George Theunen, chairman of the Scott County Board of Supervisors, and John McCormick, chairman of the Scott County Conservation Board. more
We give you flowers so your home may always know beauty, Bread so your home may never know hunger, Salt so it may always have flavor, A candle so your home will never know darkness And sugar, so that life will always be sweet. more
About 14,000 more acres will be added to Scott County’s flood plain map that FEMA and others use to determine flood insurance needs. more
Nov. 22, 1995: The Park View Owners Association purchased 8.3 acres between Old Highway 61 and Park View Drive (behind the water tower) with the intention of building a sports and recreation complex. more
Sheriff Tim Lane said the Scott County Sheriff’s Department looks, operates and responds differently after his four years in office. He’s seeking reelection to continue leadership he says put more officers in uniform, increased enforcement in Bettendorf and Davenport, and kept the pandemic largely out of the jail. more
Tony Knobbe said he’s “having a blast,” in his first term as Scott County supervisor, navigating long-term initiatives like jail expansion, immediate projects like the new dispatching system, and fast-breaking flood and virus disasters. more
A sunny and 62-degree Saturday took the bite out of the annual Special Olympics fundraiser. But 54-degree water Saturday at West Lake Park kept plungers moving quickly. North Scott was well … more
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