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River Valley Cooperative recently announced that it has completed another successful year, with sales of $382 million and annual earnings of $5.1 million. more
District 6000 of Rotary International in southern Iowa is now accepting applications for its study abroad program – Rotary Youth Exchange – for the academic year 2018-19. more
Friends and family of Mike Myers will remember the North Scott High School class of ’96 graduate with a motorcycle fun run and benefit Sept. 30 at some of his favorite biking destinations. more
Erin Wilson fastens a command pin to her husband, Lt. Cmdr. Brian Wilson, the new commanding officer of the Navy Operational Support Center Rock Island, located on the Rock Island Arsenal. more
The Republican Party of Iowa and the Iowa Democratic Party have officially set the dates for the 2018 Caucus to Convention process. more
Visitors to the Yellow Beetle can look up to find the smiling faces of hundreds of the gift shop’s customers. Nearly half of Yellow Beetle visitors can find their own photographs pinned to the ceiling of Jolene Harvey’s eclectic Davenport gift shop. more
Property tax incentives to business should be targeted to reverse blight, boost property values and create, new, high-paying manufacturing jobs, according to standards unanimously approved by the Scott County Board of Supervisors. more
Add a young North Scott grad to the growing list of entrepreneurs expanding businesses in Princeton. more
A new engineering contract approved Sept. 12 launches a West Lake Park lake restoration expected to culminate with dredging that will close Lake of the Hills for a portion of 2020. more
Two new members of the North Scott School Board joined remaining members to authorize $324,602 in architect and construction planning for an estimated $3.5 million renovation of the high school fine arts auditorium. more
Incumbent Long Grove mayor Mike Limberg will face retired city clerk Jackie Wilcox in the county’s only contested mayoral race this year. more
The extended Eckermann family of Eldridge had perfect entries to capture the top two prizes in Week No. 4 of The North Scott Press Football Contest. Kayla Easter of Dexter, Iowa, and Holly Eckermann of Osceola, Iowa, got all 17 games right. Kayla won the $50 first prize with a tie breaker of 46 (closest estimate to total points in Penn State's 21-19 win over Iowa, while Holly won the $25 second prize with a tie breaker of 53. more
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