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World Affairs Council of the Quad Cities and the Bettendorf Public Library are hosting a seminar, “A Criminological Examination of Mass Shootings in America,” with Dr. Grant Tietjen, an associate professor of criminal justice/sociology at St. Ambrose University, on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Bettendorf Public Library. more
North Scott school board members appreciated their warm welcome at Princeton City Hall Oct. 11 for a listening session in a community that once feared the loss of their elementary school. more
Scott County Supervisor candidates joined more than 50 voters for a Sept. 20  NSP forum. NSP Assistant Editor Mark Ridolfi moderated the forum and presented  questions from readers and North Scott High School FFA students. more
Scott County Sheriff’s detectives are joining the state fire marshal investigation into the Thursday fire that killed Cynthia Webb in her Blue Grass home. more
A new zoning ordinance aimed at drawing a corporate campus to Princeton’s river bluffs will go before the town council Nov. 8. more
Wapsipinicon River flood waters kept Lucia Dryanski and husband Bill Robbins stranded in their Donahue home eight days to cook, clean and take some projects off their to-do list. more
A memorial fund has been established with the North Scott Education Foundation by friends of the late North Scott High School Principal Linda McClurg to honor her memory. more
Four fewer students enrolled district-wide in North Scott schools as of Oct. 2, the date Iowa schools record annual enrollment. more
With 20 awards between them, The North Scott Press and the affiliated Wilton-Durant Advocate News were two of five Iowa newspapers whose work was recognized among the best in the nation by the National Newspaper Association at its annual Convention and Trade Show Sept. 26-29 at Norfolk, Va. more
A week after eight persons got all the games right, Week No. 6 of the North Scott Press Football Contest got tougher. Kevin Michalek won the $50 first prize with two wrong! Steve Baker of Eldridge won the $25 second prize with three wrong and a tiebreaker of 57 (closest estimate to total points in Wisconsin’s win over Nebraska, which was 65). Nancy Roseman of Eldridge won third and $10 with a tiebreaker of 52. Two others missed three: Sharon Schwarz (48) and Kate Michalek (47). more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Oct. 10 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Oct. 10 NSP! more
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