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Mississippi Valley Fair Queen Dana Jamison, a North Scott High School senior from Princeton, joined the fun at Sandyland, a first-time fair attraction at the fair for kids. Jamison is active in 4H and theater, and was crowned fair queen by reigning Miss Iowa Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw. Jamison visited the area named for the late Sandy Coussens, wife of fair board director Rich Coussens. more
Longtime Scott County dairyman Chris Blake was remembered by family members during last week’s Mississippi Valley Fair. more
It’s over. There’s that feeling in the air. more
Yes, this was Bella’s big day. more
Can anybody stop the Buesing Express? more
I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. more
It hit me on the drive to the fairgrounds. more
Read NSP Editor Scott Campbell's daily diary as he tours the 4-H and FFA exhibits! more
The Iowa Plowing Association will hold its annual state Plowing Matches on Saturday, July 28 at 1213 Underwood Ave., Conrad, Iowa. The site is at the corner of Highway 96 and Underwood Ave., just east of Highway 14 between Conrad and Marshalltown. more
Women who own farmland and/or farm in Scott, Cedar and Muscatine counties are invited to join their Women, Land and Legacy (WLL) team at an upcoming Listening Session. more
Iowa Learning Farms, along with Scott County Soil and Water Conservation District and Iowa Natural Resource Conservation Service, will host a saturated buffer and soil health field day on Tuesday, Aug. 7 from 5-7 p.m. at the Paustian Family Farm, rural Walcott. The event is free and open to the whole family and includes a complimentary meal. more
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds’ schedule for the week includes attendance at the Farm to Table Event Friday, July 27 at John and Joan Maxwell’s Cinnamon Ridge Farms near Donahue. more
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