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Lancer seniors recognized by generous community

North Scott's Class of 2018 was rewarded for its hard work in the classroom on Wednesday, May 9, when the North Scott Educational Foundation (NSEF) and other generous community donors handed out college scholarships. more

Planting seeds for the future

At the beginning of the year, in an effort to stay relevant for the future, we planted some seeds here at The NSP that have been germinating all year and are now just poking their heads out of the ground. more

Wuestenberg mink farm sold

March 13, 1968: The Wuestenberg mink farm, located at the northwest corner of Second and Donahue streets in Eldridge, had been in operation since 1932. Otto Wuestenberg founded the business, and his sons Reinhardt and Dario had taken it over and continued operation, but had recently sold the business to Ralston Purina, ending the farm's 36-year run. more

How do you pay tribute to someone like that?

It’s possible for a broken heart to feel full. I know that now. more

From joy to disbelief and sadness, all in 24 hours

For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven ... more

NSP tops in Iowa for editorials, news coverage, online galleries and Snappy

The North Scott Press editorial pages, school coverage, and Snappy Mistletoe were first-place winners in Iowa Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contests, it was announced Feb. 4 at INA’s Annual Convention and Trade Show at the Des Moines Marriott. more

Fifty years later: Issue No. 2,601

The timing was too great to ignore. The first issue of The North Scott Press was this very day and date 50 years ago today, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1968 and Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018. more

Del's fire was five years ago!

Jan. 23, 2013: In one giant burning blaze, the building housing Del’s Eatery and Pub in Eldridge burned to the ground.  more

Eldridge fields a dream: City receptive to park board’s soccer field pitch

Four hundred and twenty-five kids can’t be wrong. more

Students without vaccines not allowed to attend school

Jan. 19, 1978:  Eleven North Scott students (0.3 percent of the student enrollment) were not at school on the first day of the second semester due to non-compliance with the newly enacted law requiring all students be immunized against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio, measles and rubella before they could attend. more

YEAR IN REVIEW – 2017: Big Changes Shaped Us

Highlights from more than 3,000 NSP pages of county news, sports, features and fun. more

Yes, bias abounds in the Press!

Read this week’s North Scott Press year in review and you’ll immediately see our newspaper’s biases. more
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