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Henry Chase, 8, and Boden Spies, 7, climb aboard for their May 20 big-rig trip to the World's Biggest Truckstop, with Amhof Trucking driver Paul Kilburg. more
When school resumes in August, Shepard Elementary will be among Iowa schools moving to a building-wide digital communication system that allows teachers to be heard and seen by those in the classroom, and those outside. more
A new softball complex, with concessions, restrooms and storage for tennis and soccer as well, got a green light from North Scott school board members Monday. more
The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce has announced that members have successfully petitioned the board to call a special meeting on Wednesday, June 1 at 5:30 p.m. in the Eldridge Community Center, 400 S. 16th Ave., Eldridge, to vote to adopt bylaws based on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recommended bylaws for chambers. more
The three Democrats vying for Iowa’s U.S. Senate nomination diverged on fiscal issues pertaining to student debt, universal health care and taxes for the super wealthy during a final televised debate before the June 7 primary. more
First Central State Bank president Brigham Tubbs recently announced two promotions. more
Five candidates run for three nominations more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the May 25 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the May 25 NSP! more
White Elementary fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students packaged 14,412 meals May 12 for Kids Against Hunger. more
Veterans and North Scott High School service club members joined forces for a May 7 cleanup along Iowa 130 by Blains Farm and Fleet. Club advisor Cherie Henningson, is also a VFW 6174 member, and invited the VFW to partner. more
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