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Aug. 23, 2006: Maysville residents were preparing to celebrate the community’s 150th birthday with a day of activities including a cemetery walk, wagon tours, a historical program, entertainment, and a beef sandwich dinner. Dorothy Fischer and Ruby Ferris also prepared a booklet on the history of the town, which was platted by steamboat captain James May in 1856. more
Katie Hoyt said her passion for North Scott schools prompted her interest in the new communications position after 18 years of similar work at Palmer College of Chiropractic. more
Princeton council members on July 8 chose Zach Phares from among four applicants to fill a vacant council seat. But voters may see all four names on the November ballot. more
Brian Carter and Terri Applegate are among residents interested in filling the council term of Michael Kline. Kline is moving to Polk City to become superintendent of the North Polk school district. more
North Scott assistant superintendent Michael Kline has been hired as superintendent at North Polk schools, leading a four-school district of about 2,000 students north of Des Moines. more
Quite a few folks have been joining me for the normally solitary mission of observing local governance. more
North Scott school board members hired nine special education teachers over the past two months, part of an effort to fill 10 vacancies caused by promotions and staff moving elsewhere. more
May 14, 1981: Two longtime Walcott businesses were celebrating milestone anniversaries. The Walcott Mutual Insurance Association was 125 years old, and the Walcott Trust & Savings Bank was 50 years old. The businesses planned to celebrate with a pork and beef sandwich lunch for the public at Victory Park. more
North Scott school leaders are mapping a way forward from the April 14 junior high forum, intending to turn aspirations into actions. more
"Human rights and treating each other with mutual respect should be the norm ..." more
More than 300 filled North Scott junior high bleachers Monday night to hear about 30 students and parents react to diversity lessons that some lauded for uniting, and others blamed for dividing the community. more
North Scott School board members bought nearly $800,000 in digital technology Monday, and expect more is on the way. more
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