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Eleven businesses competed in the "Battle of the Bowls" Chili Cook-Off April 10 at the Eldridge Community Center, sponsored by the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce. more
Iowa State University President Wendy Wintersteen came to North Scott High School Friday expecting to impart a little college wisdom to agriculture students. more
April 6, 1994: Mercy and St. Luke’s hospitals in Davenport combined and became Genesis Health System. St. Luke’s became Genesis Medical Center East, and Mercy was renamed Genesis Medical Center West. more
March 1, 1979: Firefighters from Donahue, Eldridge, Long Grove and Dixon responded to a fire at the Donahue Tap but could not save the 45-year-old structure. Don and Sue Hagan lost their home and all the contents. Don Altenhofen’s barbershop and $5,000 worth of equipment owned by the Donahue Sportsmen were also destroyed in the fire. more
Feb. 18, 2004: Trinity Hospital's new three-story, $72 million Terrace Park facility opened for business on Utica Ridge Road in northwest Bettendorf. more
One of the biggest issues that the Legislature is considering this session is whether the state should legalize sports betting. This conversation became a possibility last year after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a federal law that prohibited gambling on professional and college sports. more
I will venture a guess that some parents or guardians in the North Scott area would second guess a student’s choice to take an agriculture class.When I encourage a community member to consider enrolling their student in an agriculture class, I am often met with the response, “Sounds great! But our family doesn’t live on a farm.” However, I quickly counter with a common statement among the youth of North Scott, “Bet.” more
North Scott High School students and staff surprised ag teacher Jacob Hunter Jan. 8 with statewide Iowa STEM and Nationwide FFA honors. more
North Scott agriculture teacher Jacob Hunter is the 2019 recipient of the Iowa STEM Teacher Award, presented by the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory  Council. more
Highlights from 3,000 NSP pages of Scott County news more
Dec. 28, 1978: Results of a study showed that Eldridge was projected to grow to 3,200 by 1978, 3,900 plus by 1980 and 6,200 in 1985. City leaders began to consider providing additional services such as cable TV to residents. more
Dec. 14, 1978: The Walcott Lions Club completed a two-year project by purchasing a “Jaws of Life” for the Walcott Fire Department. The hydraulic rescue tool cost $5,400. more
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