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Scott County is finally going to open for vineyard businesses. more
While local incumbents fared well during the election held Nov. 6, Scott County residents will see a few new faces on local boards and in the state legislature. more
Even though some of the soldiers had been home for nearly two months, almost 200 people turned out on Friday for the official homecoming of the Iowa National Guard 248th Aviation Support Battalion. more
When some 300 veterans and their families show up Nov. 17 for a special luncheon in Davenport, Donahue American Legion volunteers will be there to serve. more
Keeping students safe has always been a  priority for the North Scott School District, but there’s no denying that school officials have been addressing the issue with renewed vigor over the course of the past two months. more
Baylee Drezek had influential role models when she was growing up, and now the 2016 North Scott graduate wants to be just as influential to young girls and boys all across Iowa. more
Our Savior Presbyterian Church will be holding its annual Deacon’s Fall Harvest Supper and Auction on Friday, Nov. 9. more
Zion Lutheran Church in Princeton is inviting area residents to share an evening of food, fun and fellowship at their 14th annual Harvest Feast on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the Princeton Community Center. more
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reminds Iowans that getting a flu vaccine every year is the best way to protect themselves from the flu and its potentially serious complications. more
This fall, first-year Iowa State University student Drake Golinghorst of Maysville was invited by Iowa State University president Wendy Wintersteen to participate in the 2018-19 President’s Leadership Class. Golinghorst majors in supply chain management. more
There is only one time of year when individuals in Eldridge with a Medicare Advantage or Medicare Part D (prescription drug) plan are able to adjust or change their plan, and that time is now. more
The North Scott Press and the Rotary Club of North Scott are receiving nominations until Nov. 13 for the Community Fine Arts Awards, which they co-sponsor. more
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