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Donahue native and former Iowa state Sen. Chris Brase of Muscatine announced Nov. 11 that he is running for the Iowa State Senate in District 46. more
The long wait for the results is over for Iowa’s new statewide public school assessments given to students last March. more
What a roller-coaster ride this year’s North Scott Football Contest has been! Last week, two entrants got all the games right. This week, in Week No. 10, one entrant – Cale Curry of Davenport – missed three and won the $50 first prize. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Nov. 13 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Nov. 13 edition of The NSP! more
On April 13, 1945, Army soldier Mel Andresen sent his family an 18- by 24-inch letter recounting his year of deployment through D-Day, when he drove supplies on Omaha Beach. The letter was among the motivations for his son, Vietnam Army Veteran Tom Andresen, of Eldridge, to join the Eldridge American Legion. Tom Andresen shared this letter and images with NSP readers. more
North Scott’s re-elected school board incumbents took Election Day results as affirmation the board is heading in the right direction. more
Tom Andresen carefully unfolded the first letter home his late father, Melvin, wrote from Europe after experiencing the D Day invasion. In clear, careful writing on both sides of the 18-by 24-inch paper, Melvin Andresen describes an ocean voyage dodging submarines, walking an English girl home after a late pub night, and finally, driving supplies off ships and onto Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. more
The National FFA just gave the North Scott chapter an all-star rating of three stars and awarded member Rachel Paustian an American FFA Degree. more
The true story of Pvt. William Sandoval’s involvement in the largest air assault in history is featured in a new film by award-winning documentary filmmakers Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films. more
The North Scott Press and Rotary Club of North Scott are receiving nominations until Nov. 19 for the Community Fine Arts Awards, which they co-sponsor. The awards recognize individuals, businesses or organizations who have supported the arts at North Scott in significant ways in each of five areas: Drama, Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, Visual Arts and Literature/Creative Writing. more
The Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce reminds groups that the deadline to apply for grants from proceeds of the 2019 Moonlight Chase fund is Friday, Nov. 8 at noon. more
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