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Say Thank You to a teacher

Here are some scratches from an old reporters’ notepad: more

Donahue welcomed a paved road

May 22, 1968: A crowd of approximately 420 Donahue residents celebrated the completion of the newly paved street into town. more

Looking out for Iowans after the session

The 2018 legislative session wrapped up on May 5. I have been listening to folks in my district who are looking for real solutions to real problems. With a few exceptions, this year’s session fell short on those solutions, and Iowans are already feeling the consequences. more

We must support the most vulnerable

"This country’s laws and biases perpetuate the mass incarceration of non-whites for nonviolent drug crimes that has the pernicious effect of breaking up families and perpetuating poverty ..." more

Vote for a 'true Republican' for Congress

"If you are a part of the silent majority who elected President Trump, then Ginny Caligiuri is the write-in candidate to vote for in the primary election on June 5 ..." more

Roses for making Eldridge beautiful

"Three roses ..." more

Will you go to Heaven when you die?

"If you are uncertain you will go to heaven when you die and therefore it follows have a dread of dying, Jesus Christ is the anchor that will hold ... " more

Welcome to the conversation

We're mailing free sample copies of The North Scott Press to North Scott residents this week, so some of you might be seeing our paper for the first time. more

A leap from concussions to a championship

Without question, it’s the feel-good story of the year. more

My years with a journalism icon

So Bill Wundram and I walk into Argo Corners. A back room brims with crock pots and covered dishes for what appears to be a chili cook off. Bill’s there for Stink Fest, a celebration of the natural human consequence of spicy chili and deviled eggs. more

Congressman rides with police chief

May 15, 2013: U. S. Congressman Dave Loebsack was able to get a close-up view of Eldridge during a visit to the Eldridge Police Department. He spent time with police Chief Dave Kopatich at the department’s headquarters before the two stepped into a police car and took part in a “ride-along” tour throughout Eldridge. more

Tribalism: A most relevant column

"Perhaps if enough of us join the tribe of civility and morality, we can restore a kind of tribalism that will mend, or begin to mend our great country ..." more
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