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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
North Scott School Board members unveiled a five-year project list totaling $19 million, and disclosed drawings for a new agricultural research center and a separate YMCA fitness center with a pool. more
The Ed White fifth-grader sat calmly in a chair in principal Bernie Brustkern’s office, talking amiably with a stranger she’d never met. more
May 10, 1979: North Scott students built a home at 808 W. Hickory St. in Eldridge. Participants in the program included Mike Zimmer, George Braden, Dave Meier, Tim Decker, Dave Haycraft and Kurt Swanson. Instructor Jack Dudley offered instruction and guidance to the group. more
Growing up east of Park View, and adjacent to Scott County Park, Alice Darland was used to making up her own childhood games. more
The 92-member Rotary Club of North Scott last week awarded $50,366 in support to local groups, including a $15,000 Impact Grant to Habitat for Humanity, and Community Needs Grants to 26 groups. more
April 16, 2014: The North Scott School Board began exploring the possibility of adding an athletic field house and training center to the high school’s assets. NS activities director Jason Schroeder was given permission to form an exploratory committee after he presented a list of needs compiled by the high school activity coaches. more
April 2, 2014: A group of Walcott residents began to work in earnest to raise funds for a splash pad in their community. The idea for the splash pad was initiated after the completion of a visioning study and a downtown assessment conducted by the Iowa Downtown Resource Center of the Iowa Economic Development Authority. The city agreed to pay $10,000, the asking price for properties owned by Carol Snay, Delbert Lamp and Nancy Engler. more
The Silver Bullet (steel building east of the high school) will come down June 1, ending years of service to countless Lancer ballplayers who learned their games in the shed the district bought ages ago for $1. more
The North Scott school board is considering selling vacant school property in Eldridge as sites for student-built homes. more
Feb. 18, 2004: Trinity Hospital's new three-story, $72 million Terrace Park facility opened for business on Utica Ridge Road in northwest Bettendorf. more
The competition was fierce on Tuesday, Dec. 18 when top spellers from across the North Scott School District gathered for the annual District Spelling Bee at North Scott High School. more
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