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North Scott residents will have three weeks before July 4 to stock up on fireworks from a new Eldridge stand operated by some familiar faces. more
Winners among the 359 entrants in the June 10 Strawberry Stampede include Lily Rauch for the quarter-mile girls; Maddox Drummond for the quarter-mile boys; Dylan Moeller repeated as the one-mile girls; and Dylan DuFloth won the one-mile boys. more
Princeton Summer Fest 2018 opens Friday with more music, more kids activities and a splash of color. more
Connor Kashmarek, who won the $50 the first prize in Week No. 8 of the North Scott Press Football Contest, did it again in Week No. 10. He was one of seven who missed three of the 17 picks, and his tie breaker of 52 was closest to 29, the total points in the Alabama-LSU game. more
Rep. Dave Loebsack was surrounded. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the March 6 more
Eldridge is one of nine Iowa communities awarded the Certificate of Appreciation 50-Year Award on May 2 from the American Dental Association (ADA), Association of State and Territorial Dental Directors (ASTDD) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), for continuously adjusting and maintaining the optimal level of fluoride in drinking water from 1968-2018 to prevent tooth decay. more
Theater fans in the North Scott area will have even more to look forward to once the remodeling of the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium is complete. more
Mother Nature put a big damper on last week's Beat the Street music event in Eldridge, but fear not, the concert by Gray Wolf has been rescheduled for Wednesday. more
Members of the Eldridge Lions Club, as well as family members and guests, gathered at Sheridan Meadows Park for the annual Lions Steak Fry on Sunday, June 24. more
With the goal of bringing North Scott residents together for the good of the community, the North Scott Red Table group will be holding a block party at the home of Randy and Katie White in Long Grove on Saturday, July 22. more
The Eldridge City Council had its eye on the future Monday night as it set the wheels in motion to develop a new strategic plan for the city, while also approving tax increment financing (TIF) benefits for a local company. more
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