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"Scott County Supervisors should implement the technology that meets the legislative intent and allows online access to the 'basis and rationale of governmental decisions as well as those decisions themselves' ..." more
"Some members of the Scott County Board of Supervisors need a lesson in government transparency and in how to be responsive to taxpayers ..." more
Iowa State University president Dr. Wendy Wintersteen paid a compliment to Scott County ISU Extension director Becky Bray in a talk at North Scott Rotary on April 12: "The good ones make it look easy." more
Scott County Supervisors seem to be using a red-tipped cane to cautiously navigate paths well worn by just about every local government in Iowa. more
April 26, 1979: In their first trip to the state jazz band competition, the North Scott Jazz Band, directed by Dan Anderson, brought home a Class A state championship. Several musicians won individual honors. Kevin Halstead was selected as one of the four top musicians in the state. Alan Goldis received an honorable mention. Outstanding solo awards went to Jim Williams, Rob Medd, Craig Welsh, George Shreves and Roger Gilbert. more
Public safety is frequently one of the top things that Iowans identify as something the Legislature needs to address. We have taken this topic seriously, passing many bills this session that will keep students, motorists, and senior citizens safe across our state. more
I’ve been a special ed teacher at the Edward White Elementary School in Eldridge for five years. more
"I’m writing in support of the teacher’s aides, food service workers, custodians, secretaries and all the classified staff of the North Scott schools ..." more
"When the leader and his inner circle (cabinet) don’t follow the laws of the country and no one stops them from breaking the laws, the type of government you thought you had has changed ..." more
This was supposed to be about ISU president Wendy Wintersteen's inspirational talk at North Scott Rotary last Friday. But then the news arrived Saturday afternoon that former Eldridge hardware store owner and mayor, Larry Rauch, died, and a change of plans was required. more
Everybody seems to love the Special Olympics, and that fact once again played out in living color on a bright, crisp Saturday morning at North Scott’s Lancer Stadium. more
If I was Century Electric owner Aaron Griesenbeck, I’d be mighty honked off this week. more
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