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Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018, was the day we wrapped up our first issue with the new style book. That was a pivotal day for our staff here at The NSP, but it was an even bigger day for news around the country. more
I don’t remember the last time I saw or talked to Wade Steckel. I just know it’s been too long, and now it’s too late. more
The No. 77 car at Whiteside County Fair sent a volley of mud over my shoulder and into the grandstands. The next time, I wasn’t so lucky. A front row seat at the demolition derby guarantees a little bit of the action gets all over you. more
Aug. 31, 1978: As the result of an informal hearing of the Iowa Department of Transportation, it was recommended to the Iowa Department of Transportation that the existing route of Highway 61 at Mt. Joy be stubbed off and a new route be relocated east of the proposed Freeway 561. more
Put on your thinking cap. Now think back to Aug. 15. If you can remember that day, tell me this: Did you use the day for relaxation? more
"I wanted you and your staff to know how much I like the new look of The NSP and the updated format inside ..." more
"Thank you, Bill, for striving to provide the most up to date newspaper possible to your readers ..." more
"Seemingly, today’s Republican Party has no heart ..." more
"Why does the current Republican controlled administration insist on burning all of our bridges except the one they are trying to build with Putin's Russia ..." more
"We can do better by increasing access to proven outpatient service and community-based support programs, like the Mental Health Court and many others ..." more
On Jan. 31, to begin our 50th year, we reprinted the complete 12-page first issue of The NSP from Jan. 31, 1968, with a 4-page wrap-around that told how and why The NSP was started, and included an overview of our first 50 years. more
There’s nothing quite like the start of a new school year. more
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