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Eldridge council members voted to get a head start on replacing retiring school liaison police officer Bruce Schwarz. more
Eldridge mayor Marty O'Boyle and council member Bernie Peeters snip a ribbon at 6:42 p.m. Friday, to open the 1.9-mile rec trail from Iowa Street south to Blackhawk Trail in Eldridge. more
Eldridge will qualify for at least $151,361.75 in pandemic reimbursement, and possibly more to cover costs incurred safeguarding city staff and residents against the virus. more
At the Eldridge Lions Club Sept. 21 board meeting, the following Lucky 20 winners were drawn. The Lions appreciate the support of the community. more
Eldridge council members said they heard from enough residents to hold off dropping the Buttermilk Road speed limit, and forego spending $9,000 for warning signs. more
Look for all but one Eldridge council member to be promoting census participation by bringing information door hangers to most homes. 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
Eldridge council members will consider a seven-year, 75-percent property tax discount valued at nearly $375,000 for Grand Haven Retirement Community’s plan to expand on lots next to the Eldridge retirement center. more
Grand Haven Retirement Community owner Joel Callahan plans a $3 million, 50-unit expansion, including attached townhomes with garages he said are necessary to compete with tax-exempt senior campus developments under construction in Bettendorf and DeWitt. more
The contrast was stark. On Sunday afternoon at 1:30, Linda and I sat in lawn chairs in our front yard on South 8th Street and cheered as the seniors rode by in their Graduation Parade. It was a time of great joy and love as waves and high 5s and thumbs up were freely given and the grads looked proud in their red caps and gowns, surrounded by friends and family. more
Fifteen weeks passed since Deanne Garber’s last cut and color appointment, so she cheered stylist Dorcas Smith’s reopening of North Scott Family Hair Care in Park View Friday, and didn’t flinch when a photographer sought a photo. more
Todd Wiebenga is meeting himself coming and going these days. COVID-19 has not affected the landscaping business. more
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