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Congratulations! You survived the late January deep freeze. If you hadn’t, you wouldn’t be reading this. more
Feb. 2, 1994: William Cusack retired as Scott County Treasurer after 17 years of service. Bill Fennelly, who then was serving as chairman of the Scott County Supervisors, announced that he would seek the treasurer’s post. more
I'm giving my "Impressions" space this week to Dr. Michael Bugeja – a friend of The North Scott Press and a friend of journalism everywhere. Dr. Bugeja is a professor and former director of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University. Under his dynamic leadership, journalism at Iowa State earned national recognition. more
I had to double check my notes from Saturday’s state legislative forum. more
Jan. 28, 2004: With an upset victory over Bettendorf, the North Scott High School boys’ basketball team soared to the top of the state rankings. more
Medical students must take the Hippocratic Oath: "First, do no harm," before becoming doctors. more
It’s been almost two months since my wife told me I should do a story on Juuling, and while I usually try to be more attentive to her suggestions, this one got put on the back burner. more
My heart sank when I saw The Des Moines Register published the name and jail mug shot of a North Scott seventh-grader on its front page last week. more
If you type the word downsizing at, I suspect you won’t see a photograph of people having fun. more
Jan. 25, 1979: The Eldridge City Council voted to ask the Iowa State Liquor Commission to investigate the feasibility of opening a liquor store in Eldridge. more
It was abruptly back to reality on the home front for Linda and me, including digging out from a winter storm last Saturday, after a long anticipated week with our children and their families on a Disney Cruise in the Caribbean. more
Jan. 8, 1979: The “Great Blizzard of ‘79” wreaked havoc when 17 inches of snow smothered the area on Jan. 13, 1979 – on top of 11 inches still on the ground after New Year's – a 28-inch accumulation. more
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