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NSP photos by Scott Campbell and Mark Ridolfi.  more
NSP photos by Caden Romero.  more
Twelve volunteers joined eight Iowa DNR officers and Partners of Scott County Watershed members Feb, 12 to improve fish habitat at Crow Creek Lake. Workers cleared the shores of cedar trees, then … more
Travel to the magical kingdom of Arendelle as Lancer Productions presents Disney’s “Frozen Jr.” this weekend and next in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. Performances are … more
After being forced to take a year off due to Covid, elementary students returned to the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium for Children's Theatre Workshop on Dec. 4. High school students and theatre … more
The year began with great promise with the approval of a COVID-19 vaccine in the final weeks of 2020, only to be filled with ever more dire news week to week of the novel coronavirus pandemic. But … more
Four new babies were among Donahue residents filling the fire station for the annual holiday party Dec. 12. Santa met Evelynn Nylin, Hudson Wolfe, Leo Harvey and Olivia Smith, along with dozens of … more
Crowds returned to the Nov. 27 holiday celebration at Scott County Park's Pioneer Village. Families filled the school house, train and shops for crafts, snacks and carols. NSP intern Caden … more
The Relevé Youth Ballet Company presents the Nutcracker Ballet, 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 19 at North Scott High School auditorium. Tickets are available at the door for $20. The company … more
Seventeen students participated in the North Scott Junior High Spelling Bee on Thursday, Nov. 18, with eighth-grader Seditia Beydler topping the field. The top five finishers all advanced to the … more
Get ready to boo, hiss and cheer, as Lancer Productions presents its fall play, “Bertha, the Beautiful Typewriter Girl,” this week in the North Scott Fine Arts Auditorium. Performances are … more
North Scott Junior High students heard first hand the amazing story told internationally by ESPN, USA Today, Sports Illustrated and many others. Chris Nikic brought along his Boston Marathon and … more
Neil Armstrong Elemenary students couldn't have picked better weather conditions for their annual Fun Run last month. The weather was absolutely perfect as they made their laps around the Lancer … more
Second, fourth and sixth graders from the Princeton elementary enjoyed a Rock Creek Park field trip Sept. 28. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi.  more
After being unable to hold the full-fledged event last year because of Covid-19, Ed White Elementary students returned to the Lancer Stadium track last month for their annual Fun Run fundraiser. It … more
After a year off because of Covid-19, traditional homecoming activities returned to North Scott last week, with the Thursday night parade, pep rally and king and queen coronation. Seniors Ella … more
Eldridge city administrator Lisa Kotter asks council members to rescind her paid leave and return her to work. more
North Scott Junior High students took to the streets of Eldridge on Wednesday, Sept. 15, for their annual Color Run Fundraiser. Afterwards, students played games, took part in a variety of activities … more
Lisa Kotter read a statement saying Eldridge's contracted investigator found no evidence of harassment. Kotter also said the investigator offered to end the inquiry if Kotter resigned. View the … more
350 of the world's best softballers hit Sheridan Meadows. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi.  more
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