Letters to the Editor
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"That hatred will continue to plague us until we stand together to elect tactful and capable people ..." more
"Now we have an election that will determine whether or not we continue to have a Democracy ..." more
"Thank you, North Scott, for spearheading this vital initiative. We look forward to contributing to its success and witnessing the positive impact it will have on our community ..." more
"What a shame that the mayor of Princeton vetoed the recreational trail that had been in development locally for over 20 years ..." more
"All Iowans need to know how much AEAs add to school districts–everything from training, professional development, to student help and more ..." more
"Thank you to North Scott bus drivers and bus garage people ..." more
"Count your blessings (family, friends, food, laughter, good health) – you have already won the lottery and are richer than your wildest dreams ..." more
"Iowa credit unions serve 1.4 million members who count on their credit union to be safe, sound, and modern. Banks have evolved and their code has been updated. The same needs to be done for credit unions ..." more
"As 2023 comes to a close, I hope that families and businesses in North Scott and surrounding districts who will benefit from the RIC will consider joining us in making a year-end, tax-deductible gift, further building on the grants secured and private gifts already given ..." more
" ... It took a lot of courage for Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds to endorse Ron DeSantis. Why? Because she had to weigh the endorsement against the likelihood of threats once Trump the thug vented his rage ..." more
"President Biden’s driving force from day one has been to save our democracy ..." more
"Another successful Hometown Holiday is in the books! We are thankful Mother Nature cooperated. We are also so thankful to all of the local businesses and organizations that donate their time and efforts into helping us provide a free event for families ..." more
"If Sen. Cournoyer wants to micromanage local spending maybe she should run for a local office instead of tying local elected officials’ hands ..." more
"Giving back a hard-won $180,000 grant would be a tragedy. It would end the prospect of this valuable addition to our community, and would eliminate future grant considerations ..." more
"I want to share some of the things I have learned during my 16 years of representing Eldridge citizens as a member of the city council ..." more
"Molly Bergfeld has gone the extra mile or the district ..." more
"Molly will do what’s right for the North Scott community, the schools, and the people and places we live ..." more
"Carrie deserves to serve a full term on the North Scott School Board, and I can’t think of a better person to serve us ..." more
"How could Scott County Attorney, Kelly Cunningham, who ran for election on a platform of being tough on crime, recommend no prison time and support deferred prosecution for a defendant who pled guilty to a Class C felony ..." more
"When John Maxwell first decided to run for the North Scott school board, it was based on the need to do what’s right for students and their families ..." more
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