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July 31, 1980: The Eldridge City Council selected Quint Cities Cablevision Inc. of Moline to bring cable television to the town. more
July 26, 1995: The Blue Grass Sunshine Workers 4-H club celebrated its 75th anniversary. Zella Steffen and Minnie Kistenmacher, two founding members of the club, were special guests at the meeting. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds’ June 10 proclamation reopening Iowa businesses contributed to the spike in COVID-19 infections in Scott County and statewide, county health department director Ed Rivers told the county’s health board. more
About 115,000 Scott County voters will get a mail-in ballot request form delivered to their homes soon. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds says she trusts Iowans to make the right decisions to avoid spreading COVID-19. But she apparently does not trust the local elected officials chosen by these very same Iowans to lead their communities. That attitude is endangering the health and lives of Iowans. more
In an effort to save lives and slow the spread of COVID-19, the Scott County Board of Supervisors has resolved to encourage, but not mandate, all medically able residents to wear face coverings when they cannot maintain a safe distance from others. The process leading up to this conclusion was open, robust and civil. It focused on issues with only a very few unhelpful personal attacks. more
Scott County residents raised a wave of objections Tuesday against a countywide face mask requirement after hearing county medical director Louis Katz recommend it as, “absolutely justified based on the science that exists.” more
Scott County’s health department will consider implications of requiring face masks in county buildings, but most supervisors seem reluctant to mandate it. more
Give up the outrage. more
July 3, 1980: Durant native Dr. Micheal Schreck was set to join Dr. Jack Barker in practice at the North Scott Medical Clinic. 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
Republican Mariannette Miller-Meeks will make her fourth bid for Congress after winning the Iowa Second Congressional District primary without the backing of most Scott County primary voters. more
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