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Lancer Productions held its Children’s Workshop Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 2. more
North Scott grade-schoolers lucky enough to have this retired brigadier general fill in as their classroom teacher: Randy Warm is currently serving as a substitute teacher for second graders at John Glenn Elementary School in Donahue. more
North Scott Service Club students toted their home-baked cookies to Grand Haven Retirement Community in Eldridge, Dec. 21 for special deliveries, and – after a request from Robert Vize, above – an impromptu performance of “Rudolph.” more
Big changes shaped the North Scott area in 2017. NSP file photos. more
The annual Supper With Santa was held Dec. 7 at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View. The event is sponsored by the Park View Women's Club and the Park View Lions. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi.  more
The annual City of Donahue Christmas party drew a crowd to the fire station on Sunday, Dec. 10. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi. more
In what is becoming an annual occurrence, the Lancer dancers made their now traditional trip to the Wells Fargo Arena vault, withdrew another piece of gold and had their moment in the sun on the … more
Eldridge's annual Hometown Holiday was held Friday, Dec. 1, drawing residents to the newly repaved Second Street downtown. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi. more
Once again an annual tradition played out at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View when first-grade students enjoyed their Stone Soup meal. As evidenced by the pictures, the tasty treat caused a … more
Ed White Elementary School hosted its annual "Donuts for Dad" event on Nov. 17. The breakfast event is for students and their dads, grandpas, and other important people. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
More than $9,000 was raised for pancreatic cancer patients and research when pickleball players from around the area converged on North Scott High School on Saturday, Nov. 4, for the Ohl Strong … more
Junior high math teacher Matt Harrison knew students couldn’t get to the Veterans Day parade and events. So he brought the vets to school on Nov. 10. Harrison said he was inspired by his dad, veteran Jon Harrison, and a similar school event in his Maynard, Iowa hometown. more
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