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Perhaps Travis Ralfs needs to be a better salesman. Or maybe, when he participated in the Class 4A substate seeding conference call over the weekend, nobody was listening. more
Marcella and John Osborne and Christie and Amora Gelken open Affinity Rose, 110 E. LeClaire Road, Eldridge, offering unique, locally made gifts, decor, clothing and jewelry. more
Two years ago, Eric Gruenhagen took his fight to city hall. more
A panel of state lawmakers turned down a Democratic proposal July 1 to allow the Iowa secretary of state to send out absentee ballot request forms to all Iowa voters for the November general election. more
A third Iowa nursing home where residents have died of COVID-19 has been cited by the state for failing to observe basic health care protocols in the midst of the pandemic. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the July 8 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the July 8 NSP! more
This is the week we would be giving you the details for the Eldridge Summer Festival which, like others, has been canceled due to COVID. It pains us not to be able to do that this year both from a community engagement and business standpoint, not to mention personal. Our kids and grandkids from out of town have joined us at the Eldridge Festival and Moonlight Chase the past several years. more
As I write this open letter to you, I do so with the utmost respect, and with a sincere attempt at not wearing my parent, grandparent or white-haired senior citizen hat. more
July 13, 2005: The Eldridge Summer Festival had five grand marshals, each representing special causes: Jack Lindaman and the Muscular Dystrophy Association; Sheila Gerardy and Diana Grabeel and the Organ Donor Foundation; the Sacia family and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; Deven Strief and the Iowa Marrow Donor Program; and Matt Ernst and the Cornelia de Lang Syndrome Foundation. more
The 2020 legislative session was historic mainly for 11 weeks of inaction as the session was suspended due to COVID-19.  Even so, lawmakers racked up a surprisingly robust list of actions. Here’s a look at some of this year’s winners and losers: more
"In the past, many of us heard racists’ statements from specific individuals. We cringed and walked away. We allowed them to speak their ignorance of people different than themselves.  Long Grove citizens, including myself, need to speak up and speak out ..." more
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