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The Blue Grass American Legion selected three young men to participate at Hawkeye Boys State, held June 10-15 at Camp Dodge in Johnston. more
North Scott students seeking comfort after SJ Madden’s death instead got a faith challenge from a pastor sadly too familiar with the loss of a child. more
Twelve days of heartfelt community support have followed the two minutes of threatened gun violence at a North Scott Junior High. more
Sam Skarich parked it on the North Scott Junior High court to figure out how his preferred career’s income can meet his anticipated grown-up expenses. Corbin Suiter and Trinity Jewell completed their worksheets at DuTrac Credit Union’s Financial Literacy day for junior high students Nov. 21. more
The North Scott School Board is scheduled to consider the following 2018-19 school calendar at its 6 p.m., Jan. 22 meeting at the district administration office. more
With a bright blue sky overhead, more than 100 North Scott High School students silently filed out of school and walked toward Lancer Stadium Friday morning to participate in a student-organized walkout to draw attention to gun violence and school safety. more
Students at John Glenn Elementary in Donahue were among more than 300 fourth-graders who received Student's Dictionaries recently, thanks to the Rotary Club of North Scott. more
It’s probably a good thing she was wearing sunglasses. They were the perfect accessory to hiding any unexpected tears. more
North Scott’s History Day finalists depart this week for national competition in Maryland June 10-14 with four teams of students presenting research all agree already has changed them forever. more
Just as bidding is about to begin for North Scott High School’s auditorium renovation, school board members decided to include air handling and sprinkling upgrades that could add up to a million dollars to the estimated $3.5-million project. more
Neil Armstrong students Anna Hodge, Nora Glover, Anna Sophia Council and Elizabeth Samara pose with art teacher Elise Ward and their Hometown Pride posters. more
Even as cast and crew grieved, there was little doubt the show could go on. The question was: Should it? more
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