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New traffic plan for Armstrong

Neil Armstrong parents can expect new procedures for picking up kids after school. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Remembering Mr. Mac

After a brief drizzle prior to the start, the sun came out to shine and illuminate a special event on Friday, May 18 at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View. more

NS awards $1,500 raises to administrators

North Scott School’s early retirement offer generated enough cash to provide $1,500 flat-rate raises to principals, office staff and other managers. more

School board lends an ear: First forum focuses on traffic safety outside of schools

Student safety issues were on the minds of parents and area residents when members of the North Scott School Board hosted the first of several open forums on Thursday at Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View. 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

Top stories of 2017

I encourage you to read Mark Ridolfi's "On the Record" column because he does, I believe, accurately describe the biases of The North Scott Press, your community newspaper. He adds detail to our mission statement, which is published in every issue: "The mission of The North Scott Press is to provide dependable, accurate information in a family-oriented way to help build and support our communities." more

Armstrong students have fun at Harvest Party

These students from Neil Armstrong Elementary in Park View, pictured with principal Tim Green, superintendent Joe Stutting and teachers and counselors, were among 270 students who were treated to a day in the country at the Pride of the Wapsi pumpkin patch north of Long Grove on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 11. more

Residents rally for safety in Park View

It didn’t take long for Fireside Christian Church’s new security cameras to catch their car thief. more

First Day of school

Neil Armstrong principal Tim Green started his first day on the job by greeting all the students on the school playground Wednesday (Aug. 23) morning. more

Lions club brings circus to Eldridge

Aug. 25, 1977: The Eldridge Lions Club sponsored a back-to-school event during which they brought the Franzen Brothers Circus to town. The circus was held on the ball diamond directly south of the Eldridge water tower in a tent planned to accommodate 1,500 people. Lion Jack Albrecht said that the profits would go to the city tennis court fund.  more
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