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Upsets made for a difficult week in Week No. 3 of The North Scott Press Football Contest. Rryan Claussen of Eldridge won the $50 first prize with three wrong. more
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate kicked off a new voter registration initiative Sept. 10 aimed at Iowa high school students. Every school in Iowa that registers at least 90 percent of its eligible students to vote will receive the Carrie Chapman Catt Award, named after the Iowan who was a national leader in the women’s suffrage movement. more
Cheryl Jurgens (l), North Scott High School's school nurse, recently accepted a check for $623 from  Nadine Schwarz of the Eldridge Lions Club. more
The passion to help patients fight their battle with pancreatic cancer still burns deep inside Peggy Ohl, and once again the Eldridge mother of two is asking the North Scott community to pitch in. more
Scott County Board Chairman Tony Knobbe (right) presents a certificate commemorating National Hispanic Heritage month, Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. more
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has scheduled five meetings across the state in October to present its proposed waterfowl season and zone structure for the 2021-2025 waterfowl hunting seasons. more
Scott County Historical Society will host its 22nd Annual Thresher’s Meal on Sunday Sept. 29, at Our Savior Presbyterian Church, 22530 240th Ave., (1/4 mile north of Argo Corners). The church is handicapped accessible. more
North Scott school district voters will see four incumbents, one former board member, and a new challenger on the Nov. 8 ballot. more
North Scott School Board members voted to earmark up to $7 million of future sales tax revenue to the school district’s share of a new YMCA. more
By acting as their own general contractor, North Scott school board members shaved about $300,000 off bid costs for a new indoor sports practice building intended to replace the Silver Bullet. more
Republicans holding the majority on Scott County’s Board of Supervisors joined Democrat Brinson Kinzer to vote down a proclamation by Democrat Supervisor Ken Croken for a Juvenile Justice Month … more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Sept. 25 NSP! more
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