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"We live on Buttermilk Road in Eldridge, and this weekend found a racist/hate flyer near our mailbox ..." more
"The Fact Checking data confirms that during his 928 days in office Donald Trump didn’t lie once or twice, but 12,019 times ..." more
"Iowa state parks and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have set Saturday, Sept. 28 as Volunteer Day, when Iowans are invited to help at 40 parks hosting clean-up events ..." more
"Thanks for the memories ..." more
"It's time to elect a president and senators who will put the country before party and self-interest. Please think about this when it's time to vote ..." more
"We don't have to settle for an establishment, politics-as-usual politician. We need a president who will fight the greed of the insurance and drug companies ..." more
As I stood in Maysville’s cemetery Saturday afternoon, my mind tried to comprehend what I had already seen, and imagine what was about to happen in a few short minutes. more
Government communications plans make me nervous. more
Sept. 1, 2004: North Scott friends and relatives learned that Pfc. Nick Skinner, 20, had died after he was shot while serving in the Marines in Iraq. North Scott High School teachers recalled that Skinner had been very committed to serving his country. North Scott students and staff observed a moment of silence in honor and in memory of Skinner. more
"While we have been working at the state level to pass legislation that encourages growth and attracts more people to our state, there are many external factors that have made this year particularly difficult for our agricultural community ..." more
"Thanks to Mark Ridolfi and The North Scott Press for highlighting the work of four great organizations that contribute to the North Scott community ..." more
In three short years, the Farm to Table event at John Maxwell's Cinnamon Ridge Farm has become a "must" on Gov. Kim Reynolds' busy itinerary. She, and other state and county leaders were among 300 who spent an evening at the Donahue farm last Wednesday, Aug. 21. more
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