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An Eldridge man who posted a Facebook threat to shoot vandals at his Fifth Street home, followed up with a $1,000 reward offer following a rash of ding-dong-ditch harassment on his block, and throughout town this year. more
As the North Scott speech team’s season hits the midway point, it has already received a number of special recognitions at large group events. more
A Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion event will be held 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 29, in the North Scott High School Library. more
The Autism Society of the Quad Cities hosts a trivia night, Saturday, March 9, at the Esperanza Center, 335 Fifth Ave., Moline. more
The Friends of the Eldridge Library Winter Fundraiser is going on now through Monday, Feb. 26. more
Rita Farro has been named executive director of LeClaire’s Buffalo Bill Museum, taking over the day-to-day duties of the position. more
The DeWitt Noon Lions have announced their 2024 Travelogue series for its 55th season every other Tuesday, March 5 through May 14. more
The North Scott Rotary Community Needs Grant Cycle is now open.  Grants will be accepted until March 15, 2024, from any not-for-profit agency, school, or other 501c3. The maximum grant awarded is $5,000. Grant submissions should avoid grants that focus on capital campaigns, funding funders, or provide scholarships. more
Scott County Board Chairman Ken Beck will seek a third term on the Board of Supervisors. more
Matt Trimble, 53, of Davenport, is running for Scott County auditor after serving as an AEA educator, labor organizer, and county chairman for the Democratic Party. more
An informational forum on Gov. Reynolds' proposed changes to Area Education Agencies will be held at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 28, at the DeWitt Community Library, 917 Fifth Ave. Panelists will include Mississippi Bend AEA Chief Administrator John Speer, Mississippi Bend AEA Director of Education Services Shane Williams, AEA Director of Special Education Kim Hofmann, and area superintendents. more
Chamber Music Quad Cities continues its 2023-24 concert season with A Cello-bration, 3 p.m., Sunday, March 10, at the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral Parish Hall.  more
Career Development Events gives FFA students a chance to get involved with something they’re interested in and they can build a career out of it. These competitions are super beneficial for new members to get engaged, see what their interests might be, and give them that agriculture exposure. It’s an amazing career exploration experience. more
If you could go back to your High School FFA days, what advice would you give yourself? more
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds welcomes North Scott students to her office, along with Reps. Luanna Stoltenberg and Norlin Mommsen, Scott County supervisor John Maxwell, county planning and zoning board member Joan Maxwell and superintendent Joe Stutting. more
North Scott FFA is open to students from other districts. I was one of those many students along with my friends Molly and Hailey. Hailey and I both come from a different district that didn’t offer FFA, but it was something we were very interested in more
Scott County supervisors promised to provide local match funds needed if the state of Iowa provides grants for the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds to fund a $1.5 million grandstand renovation, and the Figge Art Museum to install a $900,000 exterior light show. more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Feb. 21 NSP! more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Feb. 21 NSP! more
In the final day before the first legislative deadline, House lawmakers passed a school funding proposal for the upcoming school year — as well as a measure to increase teacher salaries. more
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