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A North Scott junior high student claiming injuries in a Feb. 12, 2020 gym class is among at least eight nationwide who got hurt the same way that same month: Being duped by classmates into the skull-breaker challenge popularized on Tik-Tok. more
Eldridge’s South First Street bike trail extension looked too good for Ryan Iossi to pass up. more
Long Grove council members mapped out a 10-year capital improvement plan that relies on $14.67 million in property taxes, grants, water rate increases and loans, but not a new property tax debt levy. more
The 39th annual Walcott Day Pie Contest held on July 17 raised a record-breaking $19,150 for the 41 apple pies that were entered. more
North Scott Foods' Steve Grolmus and Andy Lane pose with Eldridge city administrator Lisa Kotter, and a check for $2,625.38 from North Scott Foods customers. more
Ed White students honored more
Iowa’s unemployment rate rose slightly to 4.0 percent in June 2021 from 3.9 percent in May 2021. The state’s jobless rate was 7.1 percent one year ago. The total number of working Iowans increased to 1,587,800 in June of 2021, which is 59,300 higher than June 2020 and 3,800 more than May of 2021. more
Iowa’s commercial horticulture industry contributes $48 million to the state’s economy each year and provides fresh fruits and vegetables to Iowa consumers. Gov. Kim Reynolds recognized the value of this segment of agriculture by designating July 26-30, 2021, as Iowa Fruit and Vegetable Week. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the July 21 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the July 21 NSP! more
All classroom furniture is out of storage and ready for what Superintendent Joe Stutting hopes to be a normal school year. more
Princeton summerfest covers the town from bottom to top this Saturday. more
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