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I was there in 1986. It was a special season when North Scott’s girls’ basketball team took its 25-0 record into the state championship game with Marshalltown. more
March 11, 1970: Pastors of DeWitt, Davenport and Bettendorf United Methodist churches planned to conduct a feasibility study with the aim of establishing a Methodist church in Eldridge. more
The events of Tuesday, March 3, both locally and nationally, will make a difference in how we see things and feel about ourselves going forward, both locally and nationally. more
Characters. There really is no other way to describe them. Each with her own unique personality, and each lovable in her own inimitable way. more
Please join me 5 p.m., Thursday, March 19 for the Scott County Board of Supervisors public budget hearing. more
March 6, 1980: Ninety percent of Long Grove residents participating in a community development study favored the construction of a bike path to Eldridge. More than half of residents participated in the survey. Sixty-seven percent said they were satisfied with local development and population growth. more
Sunday, Linda and I were guests of the University of Northern Iowa College of Education to experience a basketball game for the first time at the McLeod Center on the campus in Cedar Falls – a venue which may next year be dubbed "The Pit North" when North Scott's finest – Grace Boffeli and Ty Anderson – trade the Lancers' scarlet and silver for the Panthers' purple and gold. more
The game had been over for nearly half an hour, and Sean Peeters stood high above The Pit floor, talking with friends and family members about the big game. more
Our neighboring state – and entire country – is unsafe when this compulsive liar, cheater and thief is out of prison and walking public streets. more
Feb. 28, 1980: The North Scott Kiwanis Club held its charter banquet at the Izaak Walton League in Mt. Joy. Past governor of the Illinois-Eastern Iowa District of Kiwanis International, Robert Sinn, presented the charter to club president Gary Spohn. more
Another week with more opinions of others than our own on these editorial pages – which makes us happy. It's a sign of a healthy community that citizens are engaged and communicating through their local newspaper. more
Feb. 22, 1995: A short film promoting the North Scott School District debuted to rave reviews from local residents. Kevin Lindaman played Eldridge founder Jacob Eldridge. Tim Kane directed the film. more
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