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It sounded like a tornado. more
North Scott students Hazel Khoury and Izzy McChesney and their “Been There Done That” band mates won the Iowa Rock ‘n’ Roll Music Music Association’s Youth Rocks contest and performed for the association’s induction ceremony last weekend. more
The Figge Art Museum will name the second-floor gallery at the museum the Carolyn C. Moon Gallery in acknowledgment of a major gift from her family, it was announced this week. A private reception was held on Aug. 12 with family and friends to remember, celebrate and honor the life of Carolyn C. Moon, whose family founded the Iowa 80 Truckstop at Walcott. more
About 30 miles of Iowa 130 will be dedicated Sunday to a fallen soldier who probably would have preferred to remain a little less conspicuous. more
Students, parents and colleagues are offering up prayers of thanksgiving on behalf of Dawn Spring, the North Scott Junior High teacher credited for a life-saving intervention with a 12-year-old student. more
A 12-year-old student at North Scott Junior High student faces felony attempted murder charges for displaying a loaded gun snatched away by his teacher in the classroom. more
The Scott County Regional Authority online grant application is now available for the fall 2018 grant cycle.  Fall applications are for programs or projects to be completed between December 1, 2018 and November 30, 2019. more
The North Scott School District welcomed several new teachers at the start of the school year. more
Get ready to go wild at Donahue’s Frontier Days Wild West Celebration on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1-2. This event celebrates the founding of the town and kicks off with many fun sporting events Saturday, including a sand volleyball tournament all day, a coed one-pitch softball tournament from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., followed immediately by an adult Homerun Derby and Target Derby at 4 p.m. more
On Sunday, Sept. 2, McCausland will kick off its two-day town celebration with a blast from the past. more
Strong storms swept through northern Scott County Tuesday night. High winds and rain left their mark, leaving snapped tree limbs and other damage in the storm's wake. Sporadic power outages were also reported. Mark Ridolfi captured these images in Long Grove Wednesday morning. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Aug. 29 NSP! more
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