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Taking their game to the next level

College gear was in full force earlier this spring as five North Scott athletes officially signed their letters of intent to continue their sports careers at the collegiate level. more

Tractors tour coming June 24-27

Look for at least 373 farm tractors on Scott County roads June 24-27 for the WHO Tractor Ride, an annual event making a rare eastern Iowa appearance. Participants will gather Sunday, June 24 at the Isle of Capri Casino, Bettendorf, then head out for day-long caravans around the Quad-City area. more

When we get our hearts right, politicians will listen

There is a dark side of the immigration issue, which was the subject of a column in Sunday's Des Moines Register by Rekha Basu. It's the story of Manuel Pacheco. He was brought to the U.S. when he was 3 and was scheduled to graduate with his classmates from Des Moines East High School. Instead, he was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on April 24 and deported to Mexico, where he died a brutal death at the hands of drug cartels. more

1978: Casey's to build in Eldridge

June 15, 1978: Plans were also underway to build a Casey’s Store directly south of White Roofing and north of East LeClaire Road. more

Eldridge gets curbside mail delivery

June 8, 1978: Personnel at the Eldridge Post Office finally received notification that Eldridge had received approval for curbside mail delivery. more

History Day winners reach finals

North Scott’s History Day finalists depart this week for national competition in Maryland June 10-14 with four teams of students presenting research all agree already has changed them forever. more

Youth Day: North Scott Rotary celebrates new generations

The Rotary Club of North Scott’s 23rd annual Youth Day which was attended by 90 members and guests on May 11 put the focus on youth. Recognized were: more

NSHS Class of 1988 to hold reunion in August

The North Scott High School Class of 1988 will celebrate its 30-year reunion on Aug. 18 with a party bus tour of local establishments. more

Personnel decisions top North Scott agenda

North Scott School Board members were scheduled to approve the following personnel changes at the May 29 meeting, which occurred after this week’s holiday deadline.  NSP coverage of the meeting will be in the June 6 print and online editions. more

First class stamps increased to 15 cents

June 1, 1978: Eldridge postal clerk Dona Cawiezell was pictured with a sheet of the new 15-cent first-class letter stamps. There was no price printed on the stamp, something new the Postal Service had initiated. more

Everybody's Special: North Scott's Special Runners carry the torch to Ames

No matter if you were a Special Olympics athlete competing or one of the 10 North Scott students who ran from Eldridge to Ames as part of the Special Runners for Special People relay team, it was a special few days earlier this month. more

Grace Coffman chosen by Donahue Legion to attend Girls State

The Auxiliary Unit of the Larry M. Gronewold American Legion Post in Donahue has chosen Grace Coffman to attend this year’s Girls State session in June on the campus of Drake University in Des Moines. Girls State is a learning-by-doing government experience from the local level to the state level. more
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