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Mark Ridolfi's analysis of Park View taxes in last week's NSP ruffled some feathers. more
If the calendar says May, it must be graduation time, and the seemingly endless string of parties has begun to play out all across the North Scott district. more
When President Trump flexes American muscle in his Chinese trade talks, Iowa farmers provide the backbone. more
Writing a country song, selling it and having it recorded can be a daunting task, even if the songwriter believes from the outset that his or her tune is destined to be a hit. That’s according to Wilton native Bobby Fischer, a longtime Nashville-based songwriter. more
May 24, 1979: Due to a shortage of gasoline supplies throughout Scott County, Memorial Day travelers were warned of potential problems finding gasoline. more
"The real problem is this city’s refusal to commit to reasonable urban planning ..." more
Last Friday, as we have each year for two decades now, Linda and I made the one-hour trip up Highway 30 to Lisbon, where we decorated the graves of her parents, the late Laurence and Zoe Long. Next week we will go the Union Cemetery two miles south of Maquoketa, one mile from the farm where I was raised, and do the same at the graves of my parents, the late Ed and Grace Tubbs. more
It was truly phenomenal, and a sight to see. Talk about teamwork at its best. more
Park View looks and feels more and more like its own town as Scott County adds code enforcement and landlord regulation to the police and road services long provided for the 3,000 or so living on Park View’s suburban-like courts and parkways. more
May 17, 1979: The Iowa Press Association bestowed its highest honor for journalistic achievement, the “Newspaper of the Year” award, on The North Scott Press. It was only the fourth time that a weekly newspaper won the top award. The title was awarded on the basis of points scored in contests in the respective divisions of the annual Better Newspaper Contests. more
"On May 4, North Scott Post Prom sponsored an alcohol- and drug-free alternative event at no cost for all North Scott juniors and seniors and their prom guests ..." more
"The purpose of this letter is to publicly thank Milt Schatz, a longtime Eldridge resident and one of the original teachers of North Scott High School when it opened in 1958 ..." more
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