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Sept. 15, 1971: Nearly 100 citizens were present at the Eldridge City Council meeting to discuss a series of complaints against G.G.’s Pizza Place, mostly involving excessive noise. There had been a rumor that the meeting could result in a citywide curfew, although this was quickly dispelled. G.G.’s proprietor Donn Brennan appeared at the meeting and stated he believed many of the problems resulted from a lack of cooperation from the Eldridge Police Department. more
Fire early Monday destroyed a feed storage shed at Cinnamon Ridge Dairy Farm near Donahue. more
North Scott students return to classrooms a little fuller than last year, with 1,078 expected the first week of high school. more
The competition was good. The weather was fantastic, and the kids were their usual awesome selves. Why then, did it seem like such a melancholy day on the grounds today? more
North Scott students will return unmasked to schools with at least 40 new open-enrollment students, an added kindergarten section at Shepard Elementary, and some brighter buildings. more
Scott County supervisor Ken Croken drew 14 people – mostly supportive – to his July 27 meeting in Eldridge against a proposed 40-bed juvenile detention center, and for more county spending to prevent juvenile crime. more
Editorials are falling out of favor at many American newspapers, for various reasons, including a desire not to upset and chase away readers. more
Dairy farmers from across the nation gathering near Donahue got tough-love advice to embrace their changing industry, and admit they are being out-marketed by almond, oat and other grain-made beverages. more
Negotiations to build an agriculture center with Eastern Iowa Community College are aiming for a $14 million building with at least $5 million coming from the college district. more
Scott County supervisors committed to a $131,980 engineering contract with Wold Architects to design an estimated $16 million juvenile detention center and $1.6 million juvenile assessment center that would more than double the capacity of the county’s existing facility. more
Scott County Democrats fell short of new state law petition requirements to call a special election for county auditor more
North Scott class of ’92 alumnus Kerri Tompkins is diving head first into her new Scott County Auditor’s job with a daunting to-do list. more
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