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Day 4: Rilynn goes back-to-back

Can anybody stop the Buesing Express? more

Day 3: Lauren's last day in the ring

I wouldn’t have missed it for the world. more

Day 2: Passing pioneers remembered

It hit me on the drive to the fairgrounds. more

Fair 2018: New faces, old friends

Read NSP Editor Scott Campbell's daily diary as he tours the 4-H and FFA exhibits! more

Bookmobile accepting donations of school supplies to ‘Rock Our Teachers’ World’

The Scott County Bookmobile wants to “Rock Our Teachers’ World!” and is gathering supplies for North Scott elementary teachers. more

Sales tax holiday on clothes, footwear Aug. 3-4

The annual Iowa Sales Tax Holiday will be Aug. 3-4. During this time, no sales tax will be collected on select clothing or footwear with a selling price of less than $100 per item. All businesses open on Aug.  3 and 4 are required to participate, though the holiday does not extend to Sunday. more

Circus Band to perform

The Big Top Circus Band will perform historical circus music Aug. 4 at the German American Heritage Center, 712 W. 2nd St., Davenport. Enjoy this whimsical music from the era when the circus used live music written by famous composers to entertain their audiences. The performance will be sure to remind you of your days at the circus, fair, or even theme park. more

Donahue teens enjoy Boys State

Zachary Garrard and Brandon Schmeink represented the Donahue American Legion at the Iowa chapter of the American Legions Boys State from June 10-15 at Camp Dodge, Johnston. This participatory program gives young men the opportunity to see up close how the government works at the local, county, and state levels. more

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Rotary clubs throughout Iowa sponsored the week-long Rotary Youth Leadership Awards conference which was attended by 240 high school students plus student and adult counselors July 15-20 at Grinnell College. more

Rural fire departments weigh in on priority dispatching choices

Eight of Scott County’s 12 fire departments would keep priority dispatching and continue reducing fire truck response to less-than-urgent medical calls. more

Water & Sanitary District grows

Park View’s three-member Water and Sanitary District Board will add two more to help with a heavy workload and create a quorum of more than two members. more

Park View turns to county for covenant solutions

Park View residents will get help from Scott County to restore rules and regulations no longer enforceable in homeowners’ association covenants. more
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