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Long Grove council members will meet 6 p.m., Jan. 24 to address wage and benefit concerns raised by the Iowa State Auditor's examination of Joel McCubbin. more
Jan. 5, 1994: NSP publisher Bill Tubbs, who was president of the Iowa Freedom of Information Council, editorialized against a decision by nine area hospitals to not timely release news about births for fear of abductions. Information about newborns was a popular feature in The NSP. more
The 12 days of Christmas piled up on Mary Anne Braden’s desk. more
If the devil is in the details, Diane Holst will be remembered as a public service exorcist. more
Jan. 1, 1969: The Eldridge City Council met to award bids on a new water tank. Council members Bob Pischke, Ray Porter and Norman Harvey gave approval to accept the bid from Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Co. in the amount of $96,200 for a tubular column tank. (This is the water tank that still stands near the North Scott Administration Building.) more
Highlights from 3,000 NSP pages of Scott County news more
Students share time and talents with Eldridge seniors. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi. more
Dec. 28, 1978: Results of a study showed that Eldridge was projected to grow to 3,200 by 1978, 3,900 plus by 1980 and 6,200 in 1985. City leaders began to consider providing additional services such as cable TV to residents. more
For the first time since the Iowa legislature took control of local school calendars in 2014, the first allowable school day of Aug. 23 falls on a Friday, presenting a challenge for local boards. more
Dec. 18, 1968: Norbert Albrecht, rural Long Grove, placed first in the Scott County Corn Yield Contest with 159.96 bushels per acre. William Storjohann of rural Davenport was second with 159.91 bushels per acre. more
North Scott seventh-grader Camden Russell recently attended an impromptu Christmas concert by the junior high jazz band in the cafeteria, and frequently pops into a variety of classrooms throughout the day. more
The email from our attorney with the Iowa Newspaper Association Legal Hotline summed it up: "We believe the paper has the legal right to accurately publish the accused’s name and the charges against him – even though he is a minor. Whether the paper should is really a judgment call."    more
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