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Congressman Dave Loebsack (D-IA) announced Sept. 5 that the Davenport Fire Department received a $612,369 grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security as part of their Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program. more
Go behind the scenes of a new musical that follows a young girl who is on a journey to find her mother when Iowa Public Television debuts “The Making of NOËL the Musical” on Monday, Oct. 1 at 8 p.m. more
In years past, when farmers harvested their fields, threshing crews would travel from farm to farm helping to bring in the crops. The family would provide hearty dinners to keep the workers going, while the crews would enjoy the break from the hard labor.  more
Enjoy 100 years of rural American music at Scott County Conservation’s fifth annual “Pioneer Village Harvest Moon Song & Dance Fest” on Sunday, Sept 30 at the Dan Nagle Walnut Grove Pioneer Village. more
Park View Water and Sanitary District trustees found cause to formally fire Joel McCubbin, the district’s longtime public works manager who had been on unpaid suspension since Aug. 29, 2017. more
Park View faces at least $5.25 million in sewer treatment plant upgrades, the cheapest of three proposals being considered by Park View Water and Sanitary District trustees. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Sept. 26 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Sept. 26 NSP! more
Three who missed just one of the 17 picks topped Week No. 4 of the North Scott Press Football Contest. Brooklyn Easter of Dexter, Iowa, won the $50 first prize with a tie breaker of 45 (closest estimate to total points in Wisconsin’s 28-17 win over Iowa). Kelly Johnson of Walcott took second and $25 with a tie breaker of 47, and Martha Pearce of Long Grove won third and $10 with a tie breaker of 42. more
Equipment failure is the reason for another delay on reopening Slopertown Road. more
A walking tour of the newly refurbished North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium with longtime show producer Tom Goodall and North Scott technical director Josh Tipsword on Sept. 12 gave this writer a preview of what Lancer patrons will see at the Oct. 1 Open House, or whenever they next experience this crown jewel. more
A cheery yellow and blue playground now greets those entering Donahue following a collaborative effort with the Donahue Sportsmen’s Club, the city of Donahue and a homegrown company wanting to give back to its community. more
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