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Ed White Elementary School handed out several awards to students at the end of the school year. more
The WHO Tractor Parade crosses Scott County this week, beginning Monday in Eldridge and wrapping up Wednesday. more
These early-1900s farm buildings in Maysville are remnants of a rapidly vanishing Iowa countryside, so I love the chance to photograph them. I have fond memories of exploring the barns on my grandfather's farm near Fairfield, Iowa. These structures have great historic significance because they provide a look at farm life from the past. They were designed to efficiently store grain or hay, and the animals used to pull the implements. Inside you can see stalls, wooden pegs instead of metal nails or beams with notches for ropes used to float the lumber down river. Photos by Jeff Cook more
North Scott Little Leaguers were honored prior to the Lancers’ baseball game with Maquoketa on Wednesday, June 13. more
The future of North Scott athletics appears to be in good hands as more than 30 youngsters participated in last week’s Summer Kids Camp. more
A mercifully cooler Strawberry Festival filled Long Grove June 10. Photos by Synclaire Lunardi. more
Katie Seeman wrapped up the 2017-18 FFA year by joining this year’s officers hanging their jackets at the North Scott ag department’s May 15 banquet at the Eldridge Community Center. more
John Glenn Elementary School handed out a number of awards to students at the end of the school year. more
After a brief drizzle prior to the start, the sun came out to shine and illuminate a special event on Friday, May 18 at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View. more
The Phyllis Heuer Chapter of National Honor Society at North Scott High School inducted new members in a ceremony on April 30. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi. more
North Scott's Class of 2018 was rewarded for its hard work in the classroom on Wednesday, May 9, when the North Scott Educational Foundation (NSEF) and other generous community donors handed out college scholarships. more
HISTORY COMES ALIVE [Photo gallery]
The gymnasium at Alan Shepard Elementary was filled with famous people on April 20. Spanning the centuries between President Abraham Lincoln and Pakistani schoolgirl/activist Malala Yousafzai, dozens of important people in history were portrayed by second-graders at the Long Grove school. Parents and other family members were invited to view the “wax museum” figures come to life. NSP photos by Scott Campbell. more
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