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Long Grove needs new speed limits, stop and yield signs for the town’s renovated First Street, and new subdivision, and perhaps the entire town. more
Heavier attendance at Eldridge council meetings suggests a change in meeting places. more
Eldridge city council approved an 8 percent raise for building inspector Ray Nees Monday. more
Iowa Democrats decided Saturday they will caucus on Jan. 15, 2024, the same day as Iowa Republicans, but it is still unclear when they will cast presidential preference votes. more
McCarty’s Corner Farm and RaDar Farms will host National Alpaca Farm Days Sept. 23 and 24 at McCarty’s Corner Farm, 21060 240th St., Eldridge. Admission and parking are free. more
ADM contributed $8,630 to the Princeton Trails committee, a contribution that could be key in advancing the design of a trail through town. more
The Donahue Apple Pie Baking Contest held on Sept. 3 was a huge success, thanks to many generous businesses, groups, families and individuals.  Our total income came to over $17,000, which will be split with the Donahue Sportsmen and Donahue Fire Department. more
Taylor Bush of State College, Pa., won Week 3 of The North Scott Press Football Contest, missing two with a tiebreaker of 47, the closest to the total number of points in Penn State’s 30-13 win over Illinois. Bush bested 150 other contestants to take the $50 first prize. more
St. Ann’s Catholic Church would like to invite the North Scott area to join them for a Parish Mission. more
Farmers so far have reported average or better corn yields despite this year’s drought, according to Iowa State University Extension field agronomists. more
View the Eldridge Police report from the Sept. 20 NSP! more
View the Scott County Sheriff's report from the Sept. 20 NSP! more
North Scott alum Sean Stender was officially inducted into the University of Northern Iowa’s Hall of Fame for his contributions on the wrestling mat. more
Greg Keppy’s banking career started 20 years ago as a teller. Now, he’s the senior credit officer at First Central State Bank. more
First Central State Bank will continue its tradition of Grilling for Charity fundraisers. more
It’s not yet clear how utility regulators in North Dakota will proceed with their reconsideration of a pipeline permit for Summit Carbon Solutions. more
Action by North and South Dakota utility boards give Amy Nelson hope the Iowa Utility Board will follow suit and keep carbon waste pipelines off her property, out of the county and away from Iowa. more
At the Sept. 11 North Scott School Board meeting, board members and administrators hailed a poverty simulation held Aug. 17. more
Hard to imagine, perhaps, but some Scott County residents find comfort, assurance and hope for the future at the very same place others blame for lying, cheating and fraud. more
Eldridge council members hope to provide some direction about the future of Scott County Library before the Nov. 7 election. more
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