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Fireworks hours

Eldridge Police Chief Dave Kopatich hopes common sense and courtesy prevail this year. more

Swearing in at North Scott

Terina Bruns was sworn in as district secretary for the North Scott School District Friday, June 8, by longtime district secretary Kristy Looney, while school board president John Maxwell witnesses. more

View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the June 13 NSP!

View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the June 13 NSP! more

View the Eldridge Police report from the June 13 NSP!

View the Eldridge Police report from the June 13 NSP! more

Long-time Quad City area writer Shirley Davis dies

The North Scott Press  has learned of the death on Tuesday, June 12, of long-time Quad Cities journalist Shirley Davis of DeWitt. more

'Barn Raisers' documentary to be screened at Scott County Library

"The Barn Raisers," a new documentary by Mid-America Emmy® nominated filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films will screen on Monday, June 18 at 6:00 p.m. in the First Amendment Room at the Scott County Library, 200 N. 6th Ave., Eldridge. more

Lunardi joins NSP as intern

Synclaire Lunardi has joined The North Scott Press as a summer intern, gaining experience for her English and communications major at Carthage College. more

Fennelly vs. Duax for Scott County treasurer

Scott County Republican voters nominated Mike Fennelly, while Democrats picked Jane Duax to compete in November for the county treasurer post long held by Fennelly’s dad, Bill. more

Theater partnership brings ‘Mamma Mia’ to new auditorium

Theater fans in the North Scott area will have even more to look forward to once the remodeling of the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium is complete. more

Venhorsts bring the boom

North Scott residents will have three weeks before July 4 to stock up on fireworks from a new Eldridge stand operated by some familiar faces. more

Lift high this cross: Faith Lutheran raises prayers as well as new cross

The cross towering over Faith Lutheran Church might not look different, but there is more than meets the eye. The new, 24-foot structure unites today’s members and contains a special surprise for those in the future. more

Mikenna's new wheels

MiKenna Culp poses with her new bike between Lions Club member Dan Ferry and Grille 350 manager, Eric Couchman. more
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