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On the previous pages, you'll see the official Notice of Election for our Nov. 2 city and school board races. This is a legal notice required by law. What you will not see with the notice is the picture of the face of any ballot. Thus we can no longer call this publication a Sample Ballot. more
Oct. 18, 2006: The North Scott School District and the city of Eldridge signed a 28E agreement that would keep a school resource officer in the high school for at least the next three years. Meanwhile, following a recent spate of school shootings across the country, the school district was reviewing policies to ensure students remained safe. more
We did not travel to Jacksonville, Fla., to attend last week's National Newspaper Association convention and trade show. Since last year's was virtual due to Covid, it would've been nice to connect with colleagues and to have been present to accept the 28 awards The NSP received in NNA's Better Newspaper contests – a record number for any one year by any newspaper. more
Enough is enough. This needs to be over. Eldridge has been drug through the mud enough in recent months, and the end of the Lisa Kotter era couldn’t come soon enough. more
Oct. 9. 1996: Local fire departments were feeling the crunch due to a lack of manpower and funds. Many departments were looking to purchase new rescue vehicles, including Eldridge, which would take delivery of a $188,000 truck in the spring. Riverboat grants provided some budgetary assistance. more
Participation in elections for city councils and school board runs hot and cold. Sometimes there are no contests and few voters, while other times they're contentious with many voters. more
Oct. 2, 1996: The Eldridge City Council announced it would join with Citizens Against Pipelines, Inc., in opposing a natural gas pipeline extension designed to cut across the southern tier of the city. The construction plan would run through Eldridge north of Lincoln Road and cut through Rustic Ridge Golf Course. The city had already earmarked this area for residential growth. more
Among the best in the nation, new districts are drawn every 10 years to reflect population shifts. The lines in Iowa, unlike most states, are drawn by a nonpartisan group, the Legislative Services Agency, without regard to where incumbents live or what their party affiliation is. more
Sept. 24, 1981: Gene Schneckloth was elected president of the North Scott School Board, succeeding James Tank. Robert Medd was voted in as vice president. more
It's hard not to be excited about the excellent plan Patrick and Jodi Reid are announcing this week for the former US Bank building in our back yard here in downtown Eldridge. more
There was a time, roughly from 2004 to 2010, that the Kilen name was synonymous with North Scott’s athletic success. more
Sept. 15, 1971: Nearly 100 citizens were present at the Eldridge City Council meeting to discuss a series of complaints against G.G.’s Pizza Place, mostly involving excessive noise. There had been a rumor that the meeting could result in a citywide curfew, although this was quickly dispelled. G.G.’s proprietor Donn Brennan appeared at the meeting and stated he believed many of the problems resulted from a lack of cooperation from the Eldridge Police Department. more
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